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  • Published: [Ann Arbor, Mich.] : The Club, 1988?
  • Year Published: 1988
  • Description: 1 sound disc (48 min): digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: CD


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Songs of Michigan

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Call number: CD Local-Artist Songs

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Fl. CDs

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Laudes atque carmina / Charles M. Gayley -- Michigan medley: 'Tis of Michigan we sing / Anon. ; A toast to Michigan / Richard R. Kirk ; I want to go back to Michigan / Anon. -- Goddess of the inland seas / Charles M. Gayley -- I'll ne'er forget my college days / Donald A. Kahn -- Go blue / Philip A. Duey -- The hymn / J. Fred Lawton -- The University / Hazen J. Schumacher -- Ann Arbor days / Russel Barns -- The Friar's song (Jeff Hom, soloist) / Harold M. Bowman -- Michigan men / Anon. -- The bum army / J. Fred Lawton -- Varsity / J. Fred Lawton -- Victors / Louis Elbel -- The yellow and blue / Charles M. Gayley -- Hold on! / arr. Eugene Thamon Simpson -- Deep river / arr. H. T. Burleigh -- Elijah rock / arr. Jester Hairston -- Down by the Sally Gardens / arr. Henry G. Mishkin -- Betelehemu / Via Olantunji, arr. Wendel Whalum.

Jerry Blackstone, director.

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The Men's Glee Club sings many traditional Michigan songs not named The Victors, such as Yellow and Blue and Varsity, and songs which the Glee Club is known for, such as Betelehemu. The singers, under Dr. Blackstone's direction, are fantastic, and each cut off seems to be better than the last.

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