Montgomery H.S. Marching Band 10/28/11 Halloween Field Show (PitCam View)/UMS Band Students





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Published on Oct 28, 2011

A camera was stationed in the pit along the sideline, focusing on the musicians up front and close-ups of the rest of the band, at an October 28th, 2011 field show performed by the Montgomery High School (Skillman, New Jersey) Marching Band. They performed in Halloween-themed costumes (as noted below) at half time of a football game between the Montgomery Cougars and the North Hunterdon Lions.
The Pit Crew were The Incredibles
Clarinet players were Cowboys and Cowgirls
The Drum Line were Hipsters
Euphonium players were Men In Black
Flute players were Native Americans
French Horn / Mellophone players were Three Blind Mice
Saxophone players were Greek Gods / Goddesses
Trombone players were Pokemon characters
Trumpet players were Mobsters
Tuba players were Lumberjacks
The Color Guard girls were Princesses
The field show featured three movements from Rimsky-Korsakov's "Scheherazade", the "Russian Sailors Dance" from Gliere's 'The Red Poppy', and the ending from Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony. Playful skirmishes broke out between various sections but, eventually, the field show was completed without injury nor loss of life.

Afterwards the Montgomery Upper Middle School band students were invited onto the field to play "Midnight Hour" with the marching band.

The Montgomery High School Marching Band is led by Director Adam Warshafsky and Assistant Directors Kawika Kahalehoe and David Rabinowitz. The Color Guard Director is JL Marshall.

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