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"The Fall of Troy" by The Terra Nova Band

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Terra Nova Band Nite!


The Advanced Band students from the Pacifica School District, join with the Terra Nova Band students to play the National Anthem and pep band music during the football game.


Friday, October 19, 2012


Arrive by 6:40 pm to see the (almost 200) students march in together


7 pm:  T.N. Varsity football game kickoff (vs. Burlingame)


1/2 time:  See T.N. Band's award winning "The Fall of Troy" field show. 


This is the LAST Pacifica performance of this show!


Read more about The Fall of Troy, here:  http://www.mercurynews.com/pacifica/ci_21787179/terra-nova-band-brings-troy-theme-half-time


"This is the most complex show the Terra Nova Band has ever done," band director Michael Pens says. In
its first full performance, this past Saturday at the Cupertino Tournament of Bands, the show took first place in its division. (The band also took a first place in Parade Marching at the tournament.)


The field show, "The Fall of Troy," tells the classic Greek myth of Paris stealing the heart of Helen, Queen of Sparta; of King Menelaus pursuing the couple to Troy with his army and killing Paris; and of the "gift" Trojan horse that carried Greek soldiers into Troy to destroy the city. The show incorporates music from the movies "Spartacus" and "Gladiator," "Adagio for Strings" by Samuel Barber, and "Vesuvius" by Frank Ticheli.  Marching formations, color guard work, narration, props, and a climactic sword fight combine with the music to create a rich program."


Ticket prices to the football game: 


$6 adults,


$2 kids 6-12 and high school students with student id


Free: kids 5 and under.

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