The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps

The Cavaliers Drum and Bugle Corps (also known as the "Cavies" and "The Green Machine") is a World Class (formerly Division I) competitive junior drum and bugle corps. Based in Rosemont, Illinois, the Cavaliers was one of the thirteen founding member corps of Drum Corps International and is a seven-time DCI World Champion. The Cavaliers is one of only two remaining all-male corps, with the other being the Madison Scouts.

Read more about The Cavaliers Drum And Bugle Corps:  Sponsorship, Mission Statement, Show Summary 1972-2012, Corps Traditions and Rituals

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The Cavaliers Drum And Bugle Corps - Corps Traditions and Rituals
... Corps Songs Prior to entering the field for competitions, the entire corps sings both "Over the Rainbow" and "The Corps Song", which has original lyics set to the tune of "Semper ... These two songs are also sung by the corps and its alumni on special occasions and in celebrations ... Battle Cry Prior to entering the field for competitions, the entire corps shouts out "SPLOOIE!" ...

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