Now Playing Tracks

DCI - Dropbox

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1989

  • Santa Clara Vanguard: The Phantom of the Opera

2003

  •  Phantom Regiment: Harmonic Journey (Semifinals Recording)

2008

  •  Phantom Regiment: Spartacus

2011

  • Bluecoats: Creep (Final Run Thru)

2013

  • Carolina Crown: E=MC²

2014

  • Bluecoats: Tilt
  •  Bluecoats: Tilt (Jumper Cam)
  • Blue Devils: Felliniesque (Mellophone Cam)
  • Carolina Crown: Out of This World
  • The Cavaliers: Immortal

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DCI - Dropbox

1989

  • Santa Clara Vanguard: The Phantom of the Opera

2003

  •  Phantom Regiment: Harmonic Journey (Semifinals Recording)

2008

  •  Phantom Regiment: Spartacus
  • The Cavaliers: Samurai

2011

  • Bluecoats: Creep (Final Run Thru) *NOT YET*

2013

  • Carolina Crown: E=MC²

2014

  • Bluecoats: Tilt
  •  Bluecoats: Tilt (Jumper Cam)
  • Blue Devils: Felliniesque (Mellophone Cam)
  • Blue Devils: Felliniesque (Final Run Thru )
  • Carolina Crown: Out of This World
  • The Cavaliers: Immortal
  • Track Name

    Into the Light

  • Artist

    Phantom Regiment

“The Old Moon in the New Moon’s Arms,” written for the new millennium and released in 2000, was regarded by Kamen as his “first classical symphony.” The piece was inspired by the history of the Anasazi people, American Indians who lived in the Southwest and who mysteriously vanished a millennia ago. The Anasazi left their legacy in paintings on canyon walls across much of the American southwest, images that Kamen sought to capture in music. 

The show explores themes of spiritual guidance from the beginning of life to its termination in death. A recurring inspiration in the music was Kokopelli, the humpbacked flute player that is so often used as a symbol of the American Southwest, represented here as the orange-clad flugelhorn player. [x]
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