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In 2001, The Cavaliers successfully defended their World Championship, and this time won it outright. This was The Cavaliers' fourth DCI World Championship.
With entirely original music by Dick Saucedo, Bret Kuhn and Erick Johnson, and Michael Gaines' amazing drill,
Four Corners became the first all-original program to win a DCI World Championship.
Oh, if you have better names for these, let me know. I just made some guesses.
The 2000 season ended with a tie between The Cavaliers and the Cadets. This was The Cavaliers' third DCI World Championship.
The Mighty St. Joe's Alumni Corps performed a medley of Cavaliers tunes for the 2000 season, and here's a good recording of it. They also did a rendition of the Cavaliers classic "Bully".
1992 was the year of The Cavaliers' first DCI Championship. Here are some selections from that year's DCI Finals performance at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin:
1995 marked both the return of The Planets to The Cavaliers' program, and the corps' second DCI World Championship.
The Cavaliers Medley is a combination of two Cavalier favorites, Somewhere Over the Rainbow and the Corps Song. The Corps Song is based on the tune of Semper Paratus (Always Ready), the anthem of the United States Coast Guard.