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An intense performance art with an impressive variety and dedication by its performers, drum and bugle corps (shorthand drum corps) is an activity combining unparalleled musical, physical, and mental demands. A rich history has brought the activity to where it stands today, governed by such organizations as DCI, DCA, and DCE.

At present, Wikipedia's information on drum corps varies greatly from article to article. Some need to be created, some rewritten from the ground up, others expanded to truly do justice to the activity and its performers. The goal of this project is to improve the articles relating to drum corps and make Wikipedia a premier resource on the activity.

Version History[edit]

15 September 2005 by Mr Bound.

Scope[edit]

This project covers all drum corps articles, including American and European corps at both the junior and senior level, as well as articles about individual corps such as the Blue Devils or The Cavaliers. In addition, this project will also be responsible for applicable sections on drum and bugle corps in articles where marching bands and drum corps intersect, such as drum majors, marching percussion, articles on horns and drums, and other assorted articles. The primary focus, however, is the creation and maintenance of all things drum corps.

The Wikiproject will also be responsible for articles pertaining to winter guard (governed by WGI, which is arguably a child activity of drum corps.)

Goals[edit]

  1. To improve and expand articles on drum corps at all levels and in all regions.
  2. To create articles for every North American Division I drum corps (this is just a starter, DII and DIII will have their day).
  3. The creation of a vast, accurate, and neutral drum corps resource.
  4. To secure the use of drum corps photos in articles.
  5. To promote a drum-corps article to featured article status.

Statistics[edit]


Parentage[edit]

The parent of this WikiProject is WikiProject Music.

Descendant WikiProjects[edit]

There are currently no descendant WikiProjects for this project.

Similar Wikiprojects[edit]

Related Music WikiProjects[edit]

Action Items[edit]

Articles needing cleanup[edit]

Highest priority[edit]

Lesser priority[edit]

Please add others as you see fit. the drum and lyre corps originate in the Philippines.

Articles needing expansion[edit]

Please add others as you see fit.

Articles needing creation[edit]

Here's a list of current (July, 2014) Open Class corps with no article:

  • 7th Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Blue Saints Drum and Bugle Corps
  • City Sound Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Coastal Surge Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Columbians Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Eruption Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Genesis Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Golden Empire Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Gold Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Guardians Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Impulse Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Legends Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Les Stentors Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Louisiana Stars Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Spartans Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Thunder Drum and Bugle Corps
  • Watchmen Drum and Bugle Corps


  • Even a stub is a start! Be bold! BUT... be sure to include a lead paragraph, the DEFAULTSORT address & inclusive Categories or risk almost immediate deletion by a zealous moderator... Also, be sure to create a redirect to that page (such as Kiwanis Kavaliers for Kiwanis Kavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps) or put a link on an appropriate disambiguation page (Blue Devils for Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps). Finally, make sure a WikiProject Drum Corps tag is put on the talk page!
  • All World Class corps are now present and accounted for. All corps have now been tagged with the Project as well.

Category work[edit]


Requests for Comment[edit]

None yet.

Participants[edit]

Userbox[edit]

Cavaliers 2004 dci world championships.jpg This user is a member of
WikiProject Drum Corps.

{{User WikiProject WDC}}


Active Wikipedians[edit]

  1. Mr Bound
  2. GWFrog
  3. Ëvilphoenix Burn!
  4. Sherwelthlangley
  5. Littledrummrboy
  6. Kevin Rutherford
  7. BassHero55 (talk)
  8. Scottydude talk
  9. Aran101
  10. Jim Burnell
  11. Fredref123 Talk

Others[edit]

  1. Ross Uber
  2. Readparse
  3. SWGlassPit
  4. Letoofdune
  5. Lazytiger
  6. Brad Halls
  7. Wootking
  8. Green Machine 6
  9. C.lettinga
  10. Hornandsoccer
  11. Rokbloom -currently on tour
  12. DTGardner - active after I get back from tour
  13. Crossman33
  14. Smilliga
  15. Werecowmoo
  16. Djthemello
  17. Dbalash
  18. HoboBob11 - once I stop sucking at Wikipedia
  19. FusionBeatz
  20. Tanokiman1
  21. nawsum526
  22. sanders.me
  23. NickIsOrange
  24. Rifelpet

Wikipedia Resources[edit]

External Resources[edit]

Please add sites as you see fit.

Featured articles on drum corps[edit]

None (yet).

Project templates[edit]

Current[edit]

WikiProject Drum Corps (Rated Mid-importance)
WikiProject icon This page is within the scope of WikiProject Drum Corps, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Drum and bugle corps (modern) on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.
 ???  This page does not require a rating on the quality scale.
 Mid  This page has been rated as Mid-importance on the importance scale.
 

{{WikiProject Drum Corps}}

WikiProject Drum Corps

{{Infobox drums corps}}


Superceded[edit]

To Do[edit]

  1. Standardize the basic information in corps articles
  2. Create a custom project template (see above template)
  3. Create a uniform infobox for corps (see articles such as Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps for an example of what we're shooting for). The current infobox (Template:DrumCorpsInfoBox) is a good start, but for defunct corps (no director), corps without titles, or other needed changes, it is somewhat inflexible. Needs to be discussed and modified!
  4. Write and cleanup articles!


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