Indiana University Marching Hundred - Indiana! download mp3 album
A tradition of excellence. About 20 minutes prior to kickoff, the Marching Hundred performs for fans in the stadium. Don’t miss run-on, the fight songs, and all the excitement of starting up gameday with IU. Fan Photos.
Indiana University Marching Hundred.
The Indiana Hoosiers are the intercollegiate sports teams and players of Indiana University Bloomington, named after the colloquial term for people from the state of Indiana. The Hoosiers participate in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) in 24 sports and became a member of the Big Ten Conference on December 1, 1899. The school's official colors are cream and crimson.
Indiana University's famed Marching Hundred is the product of tradition dating back to the organization of the first band at Indiana in 1896. Originally founded to provide recreation for interested students, the 22-piece band of 1896 grew to 47 members by 1913. The current band performs at all home football games, one away game, multiple campus events, and bowl appearances made by the Indiana Hoosiers. Toward the end of the season the Marching Hundred holds an annual Showcase Concert in the Assembly Hall. The Marching Hundred is the recipient of the 2007 Sudler Trophy. IU Marching Hundred Sing Sing Sing 1. 2. One Day/One Hoosier with August Merback. The Marching Hundred (or Hundred) is the marching band of Indiana University. The Marching Hundred is the product of tradition dating back to the organization of the first band at Indiana in 1896, which was founded to provide recreation for interested students. The 22-piece band of 1896 grew to 47 members by 1913. The current band performs at all home Indiana Hoosiers football games, one away game, several campus events, and bowl game appearances
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|A1||Drum Yell and "Indiana Our Indiana"
Arranged By – Volz Written-By – K. King*
Arranged By – Leckrone*Written By – Hinkle*
|A3||On The Banks Of The Wabash
Arranged By – Gates Written-By – Dresser*
|A4||American Flyer March
Written By – G. Robinson
|A5a||You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Arranged By – Fosha*Written-By – Gesner*
|A5b||Let's Face The Music And Dance
Arranged By – Fosha*Written-By – Berlin*
|A6||When You Wish Upon A Star
Arranged By – Fosha*Written By – Harline
Arranged By – Davis*Written By – Parnes/Evans
|A7b||The Impossible Dream
Arranged By – Davis*Written By – Leigh
Written By – "Amici"
|B1||Fanfare & There's No Business Like Show Business
Arranged By – Davis*Written-By – Berlin*
|B2||Cheers & Back Home in Indiana
Arranged By – Leckrone*Written By – McDonald/Hanley
|B3||Thoroughly Modern Millie
Arranged By – Davis*Written By – Van Heusen
|B4||Fame and Fortune March
Written-By – K. King*
|B5||Goin' Out of My Head
Arranged By – Davis*Written By – Randazzo & Weinstein
|B6||Step to the Rear
Arranged By – Leckrone*Written By – Leigh
|B7||Alma Mater & "Indiana Our Indiana"
Written By – "Amici" & King
- Directed By – Frederick Ebbs*
- Directed By [Assistant] – Robert Glidden