Uploaded on Aug 17, 2014
"Carmen Ohio" is the Alma Mater of The Ohio State University. The words were penned by an Ohio State glee club member after the Buckeyes lost to rival Michigan 86-0 in 1919. The word "Carmen" means "song of" in Latin, so the name is literally "Song of Ohio". To all who call themselves Buckeyes it is a great sense of pride and honor to hear this song played, especially after football games. Win or lose, the Buckeye faithful embrace arm-in-arm and honor their alma mater whom they all love. When the band plays it there is an introduction based on the chimes of Orton Hall. I am still working on transposing that part.
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