All of the music that is needed for the summer is on our Member Students page. This page is password protected. The login password is LVW2021. Easy to remember, right?
The parts are all there. Some have links to the individual part, and some are links to all parts. If it has all parts, simply scroll to your part and print that page only.
There is also a ROSTER on that page. If you are not sure of what part you will be playing, check the roster. We have almost all parts assigned. There are a few questions in the percussion Snare and Tenor sections. Those will be finalized on the first day of camp based on ability and preparation. It would be best for Snare and Tenor players to be ready for either instrument.
LVW Banner and American Flag Detail
For the past several years, LVW has utilized younger siblings of marching members to carry the LVW banner, the American Flag, and the Flag Guard (rifle or sabre). We are looking for at least four students for this detail for each parade. It is best if the students are in grade 5 or higher. If you have a younger member of your family that would like to participate (even if it can't be for all parades), please let Mr. Neujahr know as soon as possible.
We typically don't charge these students any fee. We are happy that they can assist with this most important and visual part of our overall performance. They would be asked to attend some rehearsals prior to any parade they will be participating in. That will be communicated with the individual parents based on the student's availability.
LVW Drum Major
LVW is looking for two members who would be interested in becoming Drum Major for the summer. A few members have indicated to Mr. Neujahr that they would like to be considered. If there are others, please contact Mr. Neujahr so he is aware before the start of the first rehearsal camp. Interested members will be interviewed and auditioned during the first few days of rehearsal.
If you haven't done so already, please read the post from May 27 with LOTS of information about the upcoming rehearsal and first parade.