Flag – Wavers, Drummers and Trumpeters are the ingredients of the historical – cultural representation that, since 1976, fascinate the audience of several Italian and foreign cities distinguishing themselves for the original performances and for the variety of rhythms.
The Flag – Waver show is composed of tens of different numbers performed by the Big Team, the Small Team, Couples and Singles.
The Big Team is composed of eight or twelve flag – wavers and essentially they perform technical numbers, connected to synchronous and coordination of movements and scanned from the roll of drums.
The Small Team is composed of four or six flag – wavers, it offers technical – artistic exhibitions including figures with two flags for each flag – waver.
The harmony and preparation of flag – wavers is clearly visible in the numbers of Couples that, in the Small and Big Team, they make a great exhibition especially with the exchanges of flags and with other figures like the “schermaglia” and the “spina”.
The Singles, finally, realize exercises created independently in accordance with its specific characteristics developed through a long and scrupulous training.
Drummers and Trumpeters besides to mark time of the movements of flag – wavers during the parade and the show, they have various choreographies and a rich repertoire of military and chivalrous marches.
The demonstration of Flag – Wavers Group from Sessa Aurunca City is composed of the following elements:
● Ensign (of Portagonfalone) which opens the parade and he leads the insigna of Sessa Aurunca City.
● Trumpeters wear the valuable costumes and they have the honour to announce, with the ring of their trumpets, the arrival of flag – wavers and the imminent show.
● Drummers perform the medieval marches and they mark time for the parade.
● Flag – Wavers close the demonstration and they perform during the parade some anticipation of their show.
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