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Lee Larry writes: “I just wanted to take a moment to tell you all that Marching Roundtable is one of the MOST educational and inspiring things on the internet today! As a music education student these podcast are completely changing the way I look at marching band and teaching music in general. After hearing the first podcast I was hooked! You all have given meet SO much to think about and I am going to have to go back and listen again so that I can take LOTS of notes. I want you to know that you guys (and gal) are changing my future teaching style and you are enriching the lives of the many students I will teach in the future. Thank you so much for what you are doing and keep it coming!”

Nathan Whitworth writes: “Hey guys… please keep this up! I think this is going to be a treasure trove of insider information for new directors like myself. Thanks for the time you’re taking to do this.”

Scott King writes: “Great podcast! I really appreciate how informative it was from various viewpoints. I also felt like I was “part” of the roundtable because it was presented in a relaxed manner (like we were truly sitting having coffee or other beverage together) as opposed to “this is how it is” and being lectured to. Finally, I like the examples a lot! Not only does it help me remember later (before I apply the info) but I understand it better that way. Can’t wait for the next one!”

Cory Meals writes: “Thank you so much for putting this show together! It is so great to hear our activity being presented in such a helpful and educationally-sound manner — kudos to everyone for making your first episode such a success! As an alumnus of drum corps (Cavaliers 97-01, staff 02-06 – current staff at SCV), and a former band director who is now working towards his Masters, the validity and truth of what you talk is so, so refreshing. I am going to recommend this resource to all the students and directors I come into contact with!

Dan Potter wrote: “Great podcast folks! I’ve always thought Joe A. would be good on radio (and not just because he has a face for radio)!”

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