Now it is YOUR Turn, a note to Sophomores and Juniors in a High School Band. http://www.virtualmusicoffice.com/now-it-is-your-turn/
Record Shattering Numbers of Long Island Students Opting Out of Common Core Testing http://www.longislandpress.com/2015/04/15/record-shattering-numbers-of-long-island-students-opting-out-of-common-core-testing/
Originally posted on Huntington North Bands:
By Mr. Gardner
It is normally about this time that Sophomores & Juniors, start to realize that their older friends they’ve look up to, learned from and leaned on, are graduating, have graduated or are gone – and if they dwell on it, they can get down about the next (new) year. Don’t!
This is not a new or unique situation. It happens every year. So I would like to encourage you and others who have thought the same thing about graduated friends…. to consider a couple things.
First, if this note is speaking to you it is a compliment. As you think back during your Freshman and Sophomore years, there were Juniors and Seniors who accepted you into their friend circles, right? Those became strong and meaningful relationships and I suspect you gained from their experience and insight – and from their friends. And now, for those who are…
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Actually, I have NEVER dreamed about this… http://ow.ly/i/aktgX
Band Freshmen vs General Population Freshmen http://ow.ly/LnSnA
Easter service at Duke University Chapel. Very formal service. Here are some spots to consider checking out:
Best for pipe organ is at 1:14:00. This chapel has 5 pipe organs. The one you will hear is in the front of the sanctuary – 6600 pipes. There is a 5000 organ at the back (they show it during this segment). I have been fortunate to be in the chapel when they play together — such beautiful power.
Super Anthem at NCAA finals. Wall to wall trumpets …. great snare rolls….and an BALD EAGLE. https://youtu.be/6jrB9a_fE6w
At first, I wasn’t sure about the order of events: 1) Good Friday Service 2) Church Family Meal 3) Communion. I’m glad pastor pointed out that Jesus shared the bread and the cup at the end of the meal. Matthew 26:17-30