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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.
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    • 1. The Notre Dame Marching Band:<br />A Fundamental Element of Reinforcing the Notre Dame Spirit <br />The Notre Dame Marching Band and Student Spirit<br />
    • 2. School Spirit = Athletics<br />Some students believe Notre Dame spirit is only associated withathletics<br />
    • 3. School Spirit = Athletics<br />Some students believe Notre Dame spirit is only associated with athletics<br />However…<br />
    • 4. School Spirit = Athletics<br />Some students believe Notre Dame spirit is only associated with athletics<br />However…<br />The Notre Dame Marching band also plays a huge role in school spirit and a sense of identity<br />
    • 5. School Spirit = Athletics<br />Some students believe Notre Dame spirit is only associated with Athletics<br />However…<br />The Notre Dame Marching band also plays a huge role in school spirit and a sense of identity<br />
    • 6. School Spirit = Band + Athletics<br />Some students believe Notre Dame spirit is only associated with Athletics<br />However…<br />The Notre Dame Marching band also plays a huge role in school spirit and a sense of identity<br />
    • 7. Student Body Spirit<br />“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.” <br />
    • 8. Motivating<br />The Notre Dame Marching Band plays fight songs to pump up the student body at the Dillon Hall Pep Rally.<br />
    • 9. Passionate<br />
    • 10. Halftime Entertainment<br />The Notre Dame Marching Band performs for the crowd with their <br />Hawaii Five-O show.<br />
    • 11. Enthusiasm<br />
    • 12. Energizing<br />
    • 13. Dedicated<br />Michigan attempts to convert on third down and long. <br />
    • 14. Supportive<br />“I wish I could stay here another year because of all of you fans and mostly the BAND.”<br />~Ian Williams<br />
    • 15. Unity<br />"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."<br />~KaitieMcCable<br />
    • 16. Work Cited<br />Photographs and Text (by appearance)<br />“Second Jig.” Webshots, 2010. Web. 11 November 2010.<br />Gates, J. “Belonging, being, and promoting music in education.” The Argonaut, 2003. Web. 3 December 2010.<br />”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 30.” SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.<br />“The Coach.” Notre Dame Game Day, 2009. Web. 14 November 2010.<br />”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 #45.” SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.<br />”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 #50.” SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.<br />“Waking Up the Echoes.” Notre Dame Game Day, 2009. Web. 14 November 2010.<br />Daniel, Jonathan. “Notre Dame Victory March.” Getty Images, 2010. Web 13 November 2010.<br />“Who’s Going Up?” Notre Dame Game Day, 2009. Web. 14 November 2010. <br />”Notre Dame vs. Michigan-September 11, 2010 #70 SmugMug, 2010. Web. 13 November 2010.<br />Centofanti, Domenic. “Notre Dame v Michigan.” Getty Images, 2010. Web. 11 November 2010.<br />Williams, Ian. “Game Day Captain: New York Pep Rally.” Lincoln Center, New York, NY. 19 November 2010. Speech.<br />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.<br />Stryker, Sam. “Saving the Best for Last.” The Observer. 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.<br />Videos<br />“Hawaii Five-O Notre Dame.” YouTube, 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.<br />“Notre Dame vs Nevada-Sights and Sounds from Campus and the Stadium.” Youtube, 2010. Web. 15 November 2010.<br />Audio<br />“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.<br />“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.<br />

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