This exotic marching band show portrays the life and shedding cycle of a snake. The pre-show ambiance and show’s introduction sets the stage for the hatching of eggs. Part 1 portrays the young snake; curious and playful. The confident and purposeful adult snake is characterized in Part 2. The shedding process begins in Part 3, first subtle then building drama and intensity when the old skin is finally removed. The Finale celebrates the gratifying vibrancy of the new skin with the snake returning to life as a bold solitary predator. The musical score is perfect for smaller bands with limited instrumentation and allows for percussion to shine. Even young colorguards can masterfully depict the easy to follow transformation of character, mood and color.
Shed is part of the Scott Koter Signature Series, which includes Scott’s detailed show design document as well as a one time video performance assessment. The show also includes a detailed storyboard and optional sound design.
Click here for a sample design document created by Scott Koter (complete document provided upon receipt of the contract).
Designed by Scott Koter. Composed by John Fannin and Matt Hightower. Percussion by Josh Powell.
All Scott Koter Signature Series shows include one video performance assessment via mp4 recording. For more information about Scott’s services please click here.
Optional services and products
Drill design is available. Contact us for more information.
Electronic sound design by Jeremy Thompson. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Flags and Color Guard Costumes are available from Band Shoppe. (coming soon)
Contact us for more information on props.
Click here to view a show contract and pricing information. Note: this show has special pricing which includes a one time consultation with Scott Koter.
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- Regional exclusivity
- Customized wind scores and parts (pdf)
- Partial pit scores (Full percussion available for an additional fee)
Customization Can Include:
- Changing solos
- Reducing number of parts
- Simplifying or “beefing up” any part
- Adding new phrases
Show Images created with Pyware 3D®
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