1972 Azusa Aztec Marching Band

Fall 1971 – Spring 1972
Azusa High School Marching Band plays “Purple Pageant”, by Karl L. King in SCSBOA parade competition. The recording is from a reel to reel tape converted over the years to cassette then CD then mp3. The performance is from May, 1972 and the photo is of the band that season (though I’m not sure if it matches the specific performance.

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1971 - 1972 Azusa Aztec Marching Band

Seniors

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Juniors

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Sophomores

Tracy
Mayfield
Brenner
Flute
Flute, French horn
John
Kiessling
Percussion
snare in marching band. Was Drum Section Leader.

Freshman

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1971 - 1972 Banners

 
 

1971 - 1972 Colorguard And Pageantry Core

Seniors

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Juniors

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Sophomores

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Freshman

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1971 - 1972 Little Tecs

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Sophomores

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