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Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Marching Band

What fun it is to be in a marching band! “Have you ever wanted to play a piccolo? A trombone or a trumpet or a sousaphone?” Color guard, drum major, and hats with plumes--kids work on rhyme, rhythm, and vocabulary as they step to this tune. With a few drumrolls at the end, it seems like fall and sounds like a half-time show is about to begin.

Lyrics: 
Marching Band Have you ever wanted to play a piccolo? A trombone or a trumpet or a sousaphone? Play the kind of music that you hear across the land. Oh, now you’re making music. You’re in a marching band. Have you ever wanted to play a mellophone? A clarinet or flute? Or maybe saxophone? Bare alto tenor for the people in the stands? Oh, now you’re making music. You’re in a marching band. Oh, when you see the rifle team Walk down the street to the cadence beat, And when they march with the color guard You see them rank and file, you have to smile. In perfect form, in their uniforms, In gloves and spats, plumes on their hats. So if you think you’re ready to be part of a team, Wearing the regalia tall and proud and lean, Marching in formation, following the major’s hand, Well, then I think you’re ready. You’re marching in a band. You’re marching in a band. Music By: Angie Royce, Stuart Poltrock Performed By: Angie Royce