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The Schenectady High School Marching Patriots are a high energy performing group that represents the Schenectady High School instrumental music program to the community at large. The Marching Patriots are entering their second season as a part of the New York State Field Band Conference. This year, we will be competing as a Large School Division 3 band within the conference.
The 2013 Schenectady Marching Patriots Proudly Present...
 
¡VIVA BRAZIL!
 
Let the festivities begin! This years production features the sights and sounds of the beautiful country of Brazil. The Marching Patriots begin their show with Ary Barroso's iconic, high-energy "Brazil!" As the band continues to depict a Brazilian paradise, kick back and groove with the great Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Wave". Join our celebration as the Marching Patriots dance off the field in a Brazilian carnival and Robert W. Smith's "Brazil: Ceremony, Song, and Samba"!
 
Enjoy the incredible sights and sounds of ¡Viva Brazil!
 
FOR OUR COMPLETE SEASON SCHEDULE, SEE THE ATTACHMENT ON THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE!
 
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Below are videos from our 2012 Debut Season. Enjoy, "For Your Entertainment"!

Schenectady Marching Patriots 2012 - For Your Entertainment


And after many hours of hard work and practice, here is the show approximately 5 weeks later at the Mohonasen Home Show...

For Your Entertainment - Mohonasen Show



What an incredible season! CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL ON A TRULY AMAZING JOB!!!

On the bottom of this page, PLEASE read the attached PDFs! This is what Marching Band is all about!!!


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Schenectady 13-Brazil!.mp3
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Schenectady 13-Brazil-Ceremony, Song and Samba.mp3
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Jun 11, 2013, 1:53 PM
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Schenectady 13-Wave.mp3
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