By William E Studwell, Bruce R Schueneman
Come subscribe to the band! College struggle Songs II is a complement to the unique collage struggle Songs, offering ninety seven extra track texts and engaging historic info. jointly they're a distinctive anthology of faculty struggle songs from around the country.College struggle Songs II: A Supplementary Anthology is a second-round knockout that finishes the activity began through the 1st variation. This rollicking continuation of the unique assortment provides you with much more to shout approximately, back bringing jointly entire lyrics, ancient annotations, and musical rankings of the songs of over 50 extra faculties and universities!Full of lively tune and lyrics that may placed a spring within the step of incoming newbies and tune historians alike, collage struggle Songs II is for you! you will discover lots of behind-the-scenes details concerning the songs and the folks who encouraged them, and naturally you can find:
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Morse also compiled the 1919 edition of Songs of California, and produced California Football History, a substantial 1937 volume on Cal gridiron accomplishments. THE STANFORD JONAH (University of California at Berkeley) One of the cleverest of college songs, "The Stanford Jonah" was written in 1913 by Ted E. Haley, class of 1915. " However, it won in 1914, and has continued to be a favorite, partly because of its reference to Cal's "Golden Bear" swallowing rival Stanford University as in the story of Jonah.
Clark wrote other songs for the Princeton, New Jersey, institution, including "Princeton Forward March" (1914), and "Ramble Song" (around 1904 or 1905). RAMBLE SONG (Princeton University) In 1902, the celebrated jazz composer W. C. (William Christopher) Handy (1873-1958) wrote his first significant song, "Oh! " Soon after, around 1904 or 1905, a Princeton University student, Kenneth S. Clark (1882-1943), wrote new lyrics to replace the original words by Handy. " Another university utilizing Handy's dandy music for a fight song is New Mexico State University, which usually performs its "Oh!
Douglas S. Holsclaw (1898-1995), the cocomposer and lyricist, was a 1925 graduate of the university, plus a businessman, philanthropist, playwright, Arizona state legislator from 1953-1975, and a Tucson community activist. 22 COLLEGE FIGHT SONGS II RAZORBACK PEP SONG (University of Arkansas) Of some historical importance to the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville are two fight songs by William M. Paisley, class of 1925. Paisley wrote the words and music for "Razorback Pep Song," copyrighted 1924, and the music for "Razorback Rootin' Song" (1931).