Drum Corps International (DCI) is a governing body for junior drum and bugle corps based in Indianapolis, Indiana. DCI is responsible for developing and enforcing rules of competition, and providing standardized adjudication at sanctioned competitions throughout the United States and Canada. The competitive season traditionally begins in late-June and ends with the annual World Championship, usually the second week of August
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Home Styles Various releases 1975 Drum Corps International Championship Volume 5. Various. And you can download the album in one file to your computer or tablet or phone.
Drum Corps International. Learn more about the 1975 27th Lancers, and save this week only on the Legacy DVD that contains the complete 27th Lancers performance, along with all finalists from the 1975 World Championship.
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One (Live) Drum Corps International. Jolly Rancher 3041, 12/29/2018. Uhm Hello?, It’s DCI! What’s not to love? I mean I have nothing to whine about with brass blaring in my ears to the point that I can’t hear the horrible outside world
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A Fife and Drum Corps is a musical ensemble consisting of fifes and drums. In the United States of America, fife and drum corps specializing in colonial period impressions using fifes, rope tension snare drums, and (sometimes) bass drums are known as Ancient Fife and Drum Corps. Many of these ensembles originated from a type of military field music. Fifes are an ancient wind instrument, referred to in Europe as the "Schweizerpfeife", or Swiss flute
At the end of the summer season, Drum Corps International (DCI) World Class corps compete to earn the title of DCI World Class Champion (formerly DCI Division I World Champion). The championships consist of 3, Semifinals, and Finals-held on the first or second Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of August. Through 2010, all active World Class corps (22 corps as of 2016) competed in the Quarterfinals, with the top 17 advancing to the Semifinals. The top 12 corps from Semifinals then advanced to the Finals
|A1||–Saints||Woodbridge, New Jersey|
|A2||–Black Knights||Belleville, Illinois|
|B1||–Falcon Cadets||Elizabeth, New Jersey|
|B2||–Argonne Rebels||Great Bend, Kansas|