$1,995.00
 

How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse

 

Details

Composer(s) / Arranger(s): Gary P. Gilroy & Aaron Hines

Performance Time: 6:31  |  Grade: Easy-Medium  |  Style: Contemporary

Our culture has certainly seen a surge in monster enthusiasm, but groaning and dragging a decayed foot into first place is undoubtedly the zombie. Popular not because of the monster itself, but the theoretical situation it places humans. With a tongue firmly placed in cheek, Gary's menacingly-playful soundtrack is simply genius. Whether you want to pit guard against band, or use extras for a dramatic twist on typical marching band, this simple tale of survival will be a blast for your staff, students and audience.

Movements:

  1. On The Run
  2. Basic Combat
  3. Starting Over
  4. On The Defense
  5. On The Attack
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Standard Features

  • Site-Based Exclusivity: Music and/or Drill (depending on show) with exclusivity, based on their performance schedule, providing a one-of-a-kind show at each contest location regardless of state lines.
  • Drill Writer's Dream Kit - give your drill writer every edge for writing great drill!
    • Drill score: wind and percussion scores reduced to one page for a snapshot of who's playing what and when to optimize staging and GE.
    • Audio files: The entire show split into movements and saved as separate audio files in OGG format for Pyware.
    • Count Sheet: Phrase by phrase breakdown of the music including key musical events and GE suggestions.
  • XML files exported directly from the notation software (these files are in raw format and import behavior may be erratic).
  • 15-minute consultation on GE suggestions, flags, props, show modifications, etc.
  • 8½ x 11 Scores and parts delivered electronically (both Landscape and Flip Folder size).
  • Wind and Percussion Scores that are lined up with the same amount of measures on each page.
  • 3, 4 and 5 bass drum parts.
  • Downloadable Student Practice Files with a recording of Full Band, Winds Only, Full Percussion, Battery Only, & Front Ensemble Only.
  • Bass Clarinet part, Bari Sax part, Horn in Bb part, Low Brass parts in Treble Clef, and Electric Bass part.
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