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We Meet Again, MusicWorks Grade 2 - Hal Leonard Online
Sahara's final swell of dynamic sound in the closer was simply one of many endings for Heat Wave. Tears exchanged with parting words and hearts warmed from the experience between staff and membership alike. It is at the end of a season of drum corps that we all remember why this somewhat divergent but beautiful activity exists. The work this corps has put in is phenomenal. To our staff, volunteers, and members we are truly grateful. The hard work has been a great outpouring of passion from all.
It is with pride we present our season's only age-out. The hard work and passion put in by our members and this awesome age-out is what Heat Wave has dedicated itself towards. Heat Wave was honored to age you out! We had only seen city life in Ethiopia so far, but today we saw what living in Africa is really like.
Week 3 We were now on our final week of the three-week tour this week was all about putting the final touches on to the performance that will be shown on Friday morning.
We started off with full band where we were working on the Mask of Zorro. The band was only used to marching so all their music is played at the same tempo and in a similar style.
For the parade on Friday we wanted to start the marching display off with a fanfare. The fanfare we chose was from the opening of Olympiada by Samuel Hazo.
The afternoon was spent with some new recruits from the Somali region of Ethiopia. These recruits are based at the camp for two years to learn how to play an instrument, read music and march.
All the information was completely new to them but it was a presentation that will be a great help to them in the future. This morning started off with a session of full band where we worked on the fanfare from the day before.
This will be played outside on marching band so the percussion were trying to learn it off by heart. The Drum Majorettes had a lot of pressure on them for this display as they were leading the band. We had a recommendation from the embassy to go to an Ethiopian restaurant. We were not disappointed when we got there. The food was amazing and an Ethiopian band and dancers performed all night, even when the power went out.
We were all shocked at how energetic their dancing is and even a couple of us got up to have a go. We all went home feeling extremely full and had a great evening. On our final day we all had mixed emotions. We were all looking forward to the final ceremony but also knew that this was the end of a fantastic three weeks.
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Emotional goodbyes We had grown close to the band and were sad to be leaving them. We got to the camp and did a rehearsal of the ensemble pieces and the marching band. The band then put on their extremely bright green and red uniforms and started warming up before the guests arrived.
The Commanding Officer of the camp Colonel Kilbrom, all the training instructors of the band and all of the Somali Police recruits were there to watch. The guests then had some traditional coffee while the band got ready for marching band.
The marching band was a great success they had remembered everything we had taught them. Their marching and the music were faultless. We then all went up one by one and got presented a traditional Ethiopian shirt, and the women also got a scarf.
We all were extremely grateful and humbled to be receiving gifts. The guests left and we were told to put on our gifts as we presented the band with our presentation. We had got them a CAMUS plaque and we had made a picture collage of photos we had taken throughout the three weeks.
They like the photos and were all keen to find themselves on it. It was then time to leave; we packed up our office and said some very emotional goodbyes.
The STTT have had an amazing three weeks here in Ethiopia and we have all said we could come back here in a heartbeat.