Gold Drum and Bugle Corps

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Gold Drum and Bugle Corps
Gold Drum & Bugle Corps logo.jpg
Gold Drum & Bugle Corps logo
Location Oceanside, California
Division Open Class
Founded 2005
Director Donald Flaherty
Uniform (2017) Brown overalls
Tan shirt
Bown shoes
Tan cap
Website golddrumcorps.org

The Gold Drum and Bugle Corps is an Open Class competitive junior drum and bugle corps. Based in San Diego, California, Gold performs in Drum Corps International (DCI) competitions.[1]

History[edit]

Sources:[2][3][4][5]

The Hawthorne Gold Drum and Bugle Corps was founded in 2005 in Hawthorne, California by Donald Flaherty & Juan Leguizamon, Flaherty remains as the corps' executive director.

For its first five seasons, the corps competed only within the state of California. In 2010, the corps relocated to Oceanside, in order to be accessible to more of the youth of Southern California and changed its name to Gold Drum and Bugle Corps.

The corps first ventured out of California in 2011, traveling to Salt Lake City for one performance, then on to Loveland and Denver, Colorado for DCI's Drums Along the Rockies regional competitions.

Gold had first attended the DCI World Championships in 2007, when DCI traveled west to Pasadena, and had placed 9th of 15 corps in Division III. Since 2012, Gold has traveled to the Midwest, to attend the DCI World Championships in Michigan City and Indianapolis, Indiana.

In 2013, Gold was joined by students from the Laizhou Martial Arts Institute of Laizhou, China as performers in the corps' show, "East Meets West." The school had been featured performers in the 2008 Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony.

Gold was noted for the gold finish on the horn line's instruments until 2015 when they switched from Yamaha Horns to Jupiter Horns with a silver finish.

Sponsorship[edit]

The Gold Drum and Bugle Corps is sponsored by Gold Youth Arts Organization, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) musical organization that has a Board of Directors, corps director, and staff assigned to carry out the organization's mission. The Executive Director is Donald Flaherty, Ed.D.[2]

Show Summary(2006–2017)[edit]

Source:[6]

Gold background indicates DCI Championship; pale blue background indicates DCI Class Finalist; pale green background indicates DCI semifinalist.

Year Theme Repertoire Score DCI Placement
2005 Introductions Introductions (original music by corps staff)
2006 The Black Widow The Black Widow (Original music by corps staff)
2007 Spanish Gold Spanish Gold (Original music by corps staff) 74.175 9th Div.III
2008 "29,029 ft: EVERST"
2009 Entomology Entomology by Travis Larson
2010 Primary Colors Yellow, Blue & Red by Travis Larson
2011 Reel to Real Selections from movie soundtracks
Repertoire unavailable
2012 Different Dunkle und Rau, Different & Celebration! by Scott Director 84.300
66.350
7th Open Class
26th World Class
2013 East Meets West Pingpang, Mínyáo & Zuìzhong by Scott Director 86.750
69.960
6th Open Class
26th World Class
2014 The Journey The Journey by Scott Director 74.125
71.250
6th Open Class
28th World Class
2015 POP STAR Pop Star by Scott Director with Rich Hinshaw, and Joe Millea
Based on Toxic by Cathy Dennis, Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, and Henrik Jonback
67.725
60.525
8th Open Class
34th World Class
2016 El Dia De Los Muertos Movement 1: Processional / Movement 2: The Offering / Movement 3: Celebration
by Scott Director, Niko Jasniewicz, and Sean Gordon
68.600
67.638
8th Open Class
30th World Class
2017 Grow Movement 1: The Seed / Movement 2: The Spout / Movement 3: The Sapling / Movement 4: Maturity
by Scott Director
72.750
70.100
7th Open Class
29th World Class

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Drum Corps International :: Marching Music's Major League¿". www.dci.org. Retrieved 2016-08-24. 
  2. ^ a b "Drum Corps International - News - Drum Corps International :: Marching Music's Major League¿". www.dci.org. Retrieved 2016-08-24. 
  3. ^ "Welcome". 2011-12-04. Retrieved 2016-08-24. 
  4. ^ "scores@corpsreps.com - Historical Drum Corps Score Archives". corpsreps.com. Retrieved 2016-08-24. 
  5. ^ "Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets edge Blue Devils B...". Drum Corps World. 16 August 2013. Retrieved July 13, 2014. 
  6. ^ "Song History for Gold". Maher & Associates, Inc./corpsreps.com. Retrieved June 23, 2017. 

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