Come Join the Band

Come Join The Band is the official fight song of Stanford University. The lyrics were written in 1907 by screenwriter and playwright Aurania Rouverol, then a student at Stanford, and are set to the trio from Robert Browne Hall's New Colonial March.[1] Although Come Join the Band remains Stanford's official fight song, the Stanford Band nowadays plays All Right Now as their usual fight song at football games.

RecordingsEdit

"Come Join The Band" has been recorded several times, and has been featured on at least four albums:

Related songsEdit

Other Stanford University fight songs include:[1]

  • "When Stanford Begins to Score," by W. A. Irwin (1899)
  • "Victory Song," by G. H. Yost (19000
  • "Just Because They Hit That Line So Hard," by M. A. Thomas Jr. (1904)
  • "The Cardinal Song," by Alice Kimball (1904)
  • "Sons of the Stanford Red," by William Achi (1911) and Geoffrey F. Morgan (1909)
  • "The Cardinal Is Waving," by William G. Paul (1917)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Studwell, William Emmett; Scheueneman, Bruce R. (2001). eCollege Fight Songs II: A Supplementary Anthology. The Haworth Press. pp. 18–19. ISBN 9781136388316. Retrieved 9 January 2020.
  2. ^ Davi, John. Liner Notes of Stanford: Up Toward Mountains Higher, A Century of Cardinal Favorites, Stanford Fleet Street Singers, Stanford, 1991.