History Film / Drumline

2nd Mar '17 9:06:19 AM Mdumas43073
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2nd Mar '17 9:02:58 AM Mdumas43073
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'''''Drumline''''' is a 2002 film starring Nick Cannon and Creator/OrlandoJones.

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\n'''''Drumline''''' is a A 2002 comedy-drama film directed by Charles Stone III, starring Nick Cannon and Creator/OrlandoJones.
13th Nov '16 8:18:42 AM KingOfTheCockroaches
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** Perhaps more importantly, there is no such magical computer program that transcribes your playing onto paper. At least, not one that works.
23rd May '16 8:56:23 PM Taxima
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* EtTuBrute: Jayson feels betrayed when his roommate challenges him for his P2 position.


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* HonorBeforeReason: Dr. Lee prioritizes education in his band program over entertainment. This has put the school on a losing streak in band competitions and the president is not happy about it.
16th Jun '15 4:30:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* ShoutOut: The band plays the epic "King's Motorcade" from ''ComingToAmerica'' in a scene, with Dr. Lee's appropriately commanding presence as conductor.

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* ShoutOut: The band plays the epic "King's Motorcade" from ''ComingToAmerica'' ''Film/ComingToAmerica'' in a scene, with Dr. Lee's appropriately commanding presence as conductor.
23rd May '15 7:11:48 PM saku-sama
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* ArtisticLicenseMusic: The printed music that comes out of a snare drum solo in the middle of the movie has sharps and flats, despite the fact that a snare drum has only one note (roughly, "bang"). Besides the "bang," (notated with a note) there are also flams (where both hands hit the drum at the same speed with one slightly higher than the other; notated with one grace note to another note), double strokes (where two notes are played in one hand throughout the duration of the beat specified; notated with a slash through the note's stem), rim shots (where the shoulder of the stick hits the rim at the same time as the tip of the stick hitting the head; notated with an x on the line where notes are), and many other notations which do not use sharps or flats.

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* ArtisticLicenseMusic: The printed music that comes out of a snare drum solo in the middle of the movie has sharps and flats, despite the fact that a snare drum has only one note (roughly, "bang"). Besides the "bang," (notated with a note) there are also flams (where both hands sticks hit the drum at the same speed with one slightly higher than the other; notated with one grace note to another note), double strokes (where two notes are played in one hand throughout the duration of the beat specified; notated with a slash through the note's stem), rim shots (where the shoulder of the stick hits the rim at the same time as the tip of the stick hitting the head; notated with an x on the line where notes are), and many other notations which do not use sharps or flats.
23rd May '15 7:08:52 PM saku-sama
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* ArtisticLicenseMusic: The printed music that comes out of a snare drum solo in the middle of the movie has sharps and flats, despite the fact that a snare drum has only one note (roughly, "bang"). The main notations for drumming are things like rests(silence), flams(both sticks hitting within an instant of each other) and paradiddles(left-right-left-left or the reverse).

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* ArtisticLicenseMusic: The printed music that comes out of a snare drum solo in the middle of the movie has sharps and flats, despite the fact that a snare drum has only one note (roughly, "bang"). The main Besides the "bang," (notated with a note) there are also flams (where both hands hit the drum at the same speed with one slightly higher than the other; notated with one grace note to another note), double strokes (where two notes are played in one hand throughout the duration of the beat specified; notated with a slash through the note's stem), rim shots (where the shoulder of the stick hits the rim at the same time as the tip of the stick hitting the head; notated with an x on the line where notes are), and many other notations for drumming are things like rests(silence), flams(both sticks hitting within an instant of each other) and paradiddles(left-right-left-left which do not use sharps or the reverse).flats.
2nd Nov '14 10:23:17 AM tropeminer
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* MonochromeCasting: All main characters of the film are black except for Jayson. There are also only two or three non-African American background characters in the entire band. The movie is set at an {{Expy}} of an historically black college.

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* MonochromeCasting: All main characters of the film are black except for Jayson. There are also only two or three non-African American background characters in the entire band. The movie is set at an {{Expy}} of an a historically black college.
28th Oct '14 8:57:46 AM tropeminer
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* TokenWhite: Jayson a.k.a "Affirmative Action".

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* TokenWhite: Jayson a.k.a Jayson. Lampshaded with his nickname "Affirmative Action".
27th Oct '14 9:47:29 PM tropeminer
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* TokenWhite: Jayson a.k.a "Affirmative Action". There's also a white tuba player.

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* TokenWhite: Jayson a.k.a "Affirmative Action". There's also a white tuba player.
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