The Sound of Long Island

Other Names:Free Sound of Long Island

Hicksville, NY United States

Inactive Senior
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Results from final championship competition of the year
  • Position: 13
  • Score: 77.400
Repertoire for 1990
Polovetsian Dances by Alexander Borodin Tchaikovsky/Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov/Borodin - Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Procession of the Czar
Hungarian Rhapsody by Franz Lizst Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies / Zubin Mehta, Israel PO

CORPS Photos

The Sound of Long Island, also known as the Free Sound of Long Island, was a senior marching and maneuvering corps based in Hicksville, New York.

The corps may have originated as the junior New Image and senior New Image II, before changing its format and name in 1986 or 1987.

The corps participated in DCA competition from 1988 through 1991. Their highest finishes were 13th, in 1989 and 1990.

Sound of Long Island was part of a triple merger in 1991 among Nighthawk of Somerville, New Jersey, Free Delivery of Sayville, New York, and Sound. The combined group competed that year under the name Free Sound of Long Island (although they were known for a short time by the long name of "The Free Delivery Nightbeat Sound of Long Island Triad Drum & Bugle Corp Excaliber").

[A History of Drum & Bugle Corps, 2002;, RAMD, 5/12/99; Thomas Pohl, RAMD, 5/29/00;, RAMD, 11/12/97]

Members (13)

Member Name Section Years Involved
(McCloskey) O'Neil, Dawn soprano 1986 to 1988
Brunter, Holly mellophone 1988 to 1989
Dyckman, Jim snare 1988 to 1990
Esposito, Vincent French Horn 1990
Johnson, Kirk Soprano 1989
Johnson, Kirk Drum Major 1990
Parmeter, Chris Euphonium 1989
Sardo, Sanford Mellophone 1990
Sitler, Joe Baritone 1990
steppe, matt soprano 1991
Tomasone, Joseph Auxiliary Percussion 1989 to 1990
Willms, Tom Baritone 1989
Willms, Tom French Horn 1990
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