Lineup: 2019 Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands Oct. 26, 2019

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Lineup: 2019 Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands Oct. 26, 2019

Post by Cardinal Regime » Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:45 pm

43rd Annual Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands Lineup - Saturday, October 26, 2019. San Diego, CA

PARADE COMPETITION LINE-UP

HOST
01 - 12:15 PM - Mt. Carmel HS (San Diego)
Exhibition
02 - 12:21 PM - Golden Valley HS (Merced)
Class MS
03 - 12:27 PM - Lakeside MS (Perris)
04 - 12:33 PM - Elsinore MS (Lake Elsinore)
Class 1A
05 - 12:39 PM - Santana HS (Santee)
06 - 12:45 PM - Granite Hills HS (El Cajon)
Class 2A
07 - 12:51 PM - Patrick Henry HS (San Diego)
08 - 12:57 PM - Castle Park HS (Chula Vista)
09 - 1:03 PM - Arlington HS (Riverside)
Class 3A
10 - 1:09 PM - Arcadia HS (JV)
11 - 1:15 PM - Bonita Vista HS (Chula Vista)
Class 4A
12 - 1:21 PM - Orange Vista HS (Perris)
13 - 1:27 PM - Heritage HS (Menifee)
14 - 1:33 PM - Calexico HS
15 - 1:39 PM - Temescal Canyon (Lake Elsinore)
Class 5A
16 - 1:45 PM - Garey HS (Pomona)
17 - 1:51 PM - Olympian HS (Chula Vista)
Class 6A
18 - 1:57 PM - Mira Mesa HS (San Diego)
19 - 2:03 PM - Santiago HS (Corona)
20 - 2:09 PM - Arcadia HS

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Re: Lineup: 2019 Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands Oct. 26, 2019

Post by Luis » Tue Oct 22, 2019 9:07 pm

Have a great time GV :D
Good luck to all participating bands! 8-) :yeah:

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Re: Lineup: 2019 Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands Oct. 26, 2019

Post by peapod » Sat Oct 26, 2019 11:25 pm

I just got back from the Mt. Carmel Tournament and saw a bunch of great performances.

This first one wasn't the "best" or highest scoring, but it was a wonderful performance from what used to be a tiny band: Garey from Pomona. Holy crap, great, confident opening, good dynamics, nice intonation (where quite a few other bands struggled here or there), very good drum major, and if I wasn't so distracted by the music I might have made a note on marching. They made Bravura sounding exciting and fresh. Just excellent. I've always thought they play big and with confidence and they didn't disappoint. Nice work guys!

The other band won the field tournament. I'm terribly biased toward Arcadua, having gone there and I always enjoy Mt. Carmel, street and field. But Rancho Bernardino blew me away. The musical arrangement was exciting and the performance was beautiful. It was near the end of the night, so I don't have notes, but I felt privileged to see and hear this great band perform. I'm kind of at a loss for words, but among a group of very good bands, they were in a class by themselves. Sorry for all the cliches, not sure how to describe it. The only thing I was sad about is that they stopped competing in the street, where they were one of the very best. I hope to someday see them in a band review again.

Thanks to everyone. I had a really fun day.

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