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Blast! (2000)

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A cast of 68 playing percussion and brass instruments combined with color and choreography evolved from the Star of Indiana Drum and Bugle Corp.

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Rachel Jane Anderson ... Brass
Nicholas Elias Angelis ... Percussionist
Kimberly Beth Baron ... Brass
Jason Talmadge Buckingham ... Brass
Wesley David Bullock ... Brass
Ariel Rubio Campos ... Percussionist
Mark Alan Compton ... Percussionist
Dayne Alan Delahoussaye ... Brass
Brandon Joseph Epperson ... Brass
Michael Ray Esham ... Brass
Brian Wayne Frederick ... Brass
Trevor Gooch
Damon Michael Grant ... Percussionist
Michael Jeffrey Greer ... Percussionist
Darren Michael Hazlett ... Percussionist
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A cast of 68 playing percussion and brass instruments combined with color and choreography evolved from the Star of Indiana Drum and Bugle Corp.

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In the marimba spiritual, when the 2 guys are playing the set of 4 drums and cymbals, the cymbal on the left side of the screen falls off, but in the next shot it is back on, and in the next shot it is off again. This is because of the show being filmed on 2 different nights. See more »

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Drum Corps meets Broadway: Audience walks away the winner.
12 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

Having been a drum corps aficionado for many years, and having marched myself (evidence of a misspent youth, I assure you), I've got to say that this is by far the best show I've seen. It takes the elements of drum corps (that's usually done on a football field) and expands it into a wonderful showcase for a wide variety of talent. They took each subsection of the corps and highlighted them wonderfully, allowing each section to demonstrate their strengths, while others acted in a supporting role. While there were soloists, there were no prima donnas.

And that middle horn section (Mellophones, Flugel Horns, French Horns, Alto horns and sometimes baritone horns) has got to be the best ever assembled. I'd give it three thumbs up if I had three thumbs.


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