Starting with the 2004 DCI Tour, amplification in the front ensemble percussion section was permitted for the first time, and no corps embraced it with the fervor of Carolina Crown. The corps’ seventh-place “Bohemia” production utilized poetry and singing with an unapologetic fervor. The show captured the mood and ambiance of the movement of largely impoverished artists, musicians, actors and intellectuals who lived beyond the edge of established society. The movement attracted those who were not enamored by the lure of material goods and a normal 9-to-5 job.
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