C. The conducting motion should extend forward from the elbows
(Page 4, Figure 1-4)
(Page 3, Figure 1-3)
A. In the left hand
(Page 2, Figure 1-1)
(Page 5, Figure 1-5)
(Page 1, NOTE)
D. Count six of the cut off cadence and count three of instruments up
(Pages 4 and 7, Figures 1-3 and 1-6)
C. On count one of instruments down
(Page 8, Figure 1-8)
FORMATIONS AND ALIGNMENTS
In this lesson you will learn the formations, alignment, and instrumental placement principles used by Army
bands for marching.
After completing this lesson, you will be able to identify the formations, alignment, and instrumental
placement principles used to lead the marching band.
Given the information in this lesson.
You will identify the formations, alignment, and instrumental placement
principles of the Army marching band.
IAW the information contained in this lesson.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following