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  • Music is important in the cultural rituals that are important to maintaining their societies.Musical traditions become cultural markers, evidence that someone belongs to a social or ethnic group.Music belongs in the education of children and young people for the same reasons that language and number do - to expand and solidify each person's sense of belonging to the social group and contributing to the culture on which the society depends for its claim to uniqueness and unity.
  • Tradition of excellence, entertaining
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  • Situation and game. Give situation and use picture to show
  • Making unity bigger, change size of video

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  • 1. The Notre Dame Marching Band:
    A fundamental part of reinforcing the Notre Dame Spirit
    The Notre Dame Marching Band and Student Spirit
  • 2. School Spirit=Athletics
    Some Students believe Notre Dame spirit is only associated with Athletics
    The Notre Dame Marching band also plays a huge role in school spirit and a sense of identity
    School Spirit=Band + Athletics
    School Spirit ≠ Athletics
  • 3. Student Body Spirit
    “Music expands and solidifies each person's sense of belonging to the social group and contributing to the culture on which the society depends for its claim to uniqueness and unity.”
  • 4. Motivating
    The Notre Dame Marching Band plays fight songs to pump up the student body at the Dillon Hall Pep Rally.
  • 5. Passionate
  • 6. Halftime Entertainment
    The Notre Dame Marching Band performs for the crowd with their
    Hawaii Five-O show.
  • 7. Enthusiasm
  • 8. Energizing
  • 9. Dedicated
    Michigan attempts to convert on third down and long.
  • 10. Supportive
    “I wish I could stay here another year because of all of you fans and mostly the BAND.”
    ~Ian Williams
  • 11. Unity
    "Everyone was really excited to rush the field [after the Utah game], but when the Alma Mater came on, it was a reflective moment. Everyone stopped amidst the chaos."
    ~KaitieMcCable
  • 12. Work Cited
    Photographs and Text (by appearance)
    “Second Jig.” Webshots, 2010. Web. 11 November 2010.
    Gates, J. “Belonging, being, and promoting music in education.” The Argonaut, 2003. Web. 3 December 2010.
    ”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 30.” SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.
    “The Coach.” Notre Dame Game Day, 2009. Web. 14 November 2010.
    ”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 #45.” SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.
    ”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 #50.” SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.
    “Waking Up the Echoes.” Notre Dame Game Day, 2009. Web. 14 November 2010.
    Daniel, Jonathan. “Notre Dame Victory March.” Getty Images, 2010. Web 13 November 2010.
    “Who’s Going Up?” Notre Dame Game Day, 2009. Web. 14 November 2010.
    ”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 #70 SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.
    Centofanti, Domenic. “Notre Dame v Michigan.” Getty Images, 2010. Web. 11 November 2010.
    Williams, Ian. “Game Day Captain: New York Pep Rally.” Lincoln Center, New York, NY. 19 November 2010. Speech.
    O’Connor, Sarah. ”The Notre Dame stdent section sings the almamarter following Saturday’s 37-14 loss against Stanford Cardinal. The Observer. 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.
    Stryker, Sam. “Saving the Best for Last.” The Observer. 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.
    Videos
    “Hawaii Five-O Notre Dame.” YouTube, 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.
    “Notre Dame vs Nevada-Sights and Sounds from Campus and the Stadium.” Youtube, 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.
    Audio
    “Rakes of Mallow-Major Independent Schools-University of Notre Dame Marching Band: The Band of the Fighting Irish!” College Football Fight Songs, 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.
    “Victory Clog-Major Independent Schools-University of Notre Dame Marching Band: The Band of the Fighting Irish!” College Football Fight Songs, 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.