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  1. I've been curious about this question for years: For groups that do not compete in indoor drumline circuits, what are your director's reasons for not competing? Is the focus on percussion ensembles/solos instead? Would you rather do indoor drumline that what you are currently doing? I've always wanted the top Texas drumlines to participate in WGI and local circuits. Centennial in indoor is typically phenomenal, but I would love to see more upper echelon groups in the activity. Obviously each director can do what they want with their program, and it is important to take time to build skills in percussion outside of the marching realm, I just would like to see more involvement in WGI from the best groups in Texas.
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