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Encyclopedia > Cornell University Glee Club

The Cornell University Glee Club (CUGC) is the oldest student organization at Cornell University, having been organized shortly after the first students arrived on campus in 1868. The CUGC is a fifty-member chorus for male voices, with repertoire including classical, folk, 20th century music, and traditional Cornell songs. Image File history File links Cornell University Glee Club logo or seal. ... For other uses of the name Cornell, see Cornell (disambiguation). ... 1868 was a leap year starting on Wednesday (see link for calendar). ... In classical music a chorus is any substantial group of performers in a play, revue, musical or opera who act more or less as one. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Folk music, in the original sense of the term, is music by and of the people. ... (Redirected from 20th century music) 20th century classical music was extremely diverse, ranging from the late Romantic style of Sergei Rachmaninoff to the complete serialism of Pierre Boulez, and from the simple triadic harmonies of minimalist composers such as Philip Glass to the musique concrète of Pierre Schaeffer and the...

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Achievements

  • First American collegiate choral ensemble to tour Europe by traveling to England in 1895 with Cornell's crew team.
  • First American collegiate ensemble to tour the Soviet Union, traveled to the Soviet Union and England from December 1960 to January 1961.
  • Performed for national television and radio on such networks as Television Moscow, BBC, Educational Television Network, Radio Leningrad, Frankfurt Radio Network, Television Singapura, PBS, NBC, and others. Notable appearances include:
  • Frequent domestic and international tours have traveled to over thirty-five states and nearly thirty countries across four continents.
  • First use of "Big Red" to refer to Cornell University dates to the song The Big Red Team, originally performed by the CUGC in 1905.
  • First published history of an American collegiate choral ensemble, Songs From the Hill: A History of the Cornell University Glee Club by Michael Slon, Class of 1992, was published in 1998.
  • Directors have had a profound impact on American choral music during and after their tenure with Cornell.
  • Has fathered some of Cornell's most notable a cappella groups, as listed below under Subsets.

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Directors and Terms

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A Cappella Subsets

  • Cayuga's Waiters (1949-present)
    • disassociated from Glee Club in 1956
  • Sherwoods (1956-1973) - alumni still perform annually at Reunions weekend
    • removed from Glee Club in 1958
  • Glee Club Eight / Glee Club Octaves (1958-1966)
  • Hangovers (1968-present)
    • continue to tour and perform within the CUGC and separately as the official a cappella subset

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International Tours

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Discography

LP Releases

Singles

  • Undated Annie Lisle Single - Glee Club Octet
  • 1978 Strike Up a Song - Tour Promotional Single

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Cornell Songs

  • 1913 Untitled
  • 1950 Cornell Music - Thomas B. Tracy with Cornell Chimes, Cornell Concert Band and William A. Campbell
  • Undated Cornell Records - Eric S. Dudley
  • Undated Cornell Records - Thomas B. Tracy
  • Undated Cornell Songs (Arts Quad cover) - Thomas A. Sokol with Cornell University Symphonic Band and Marice Stith
  • Undated Songs of Cornell (orange and black group cover) - Thomas A. Sokol
  • Undated Songs of Cornell (red and white group cover) - Thomas A. Sokol
  • Undated Songs of Cornell (clocktower cover) - Thomas A. Sokol

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Tour Albums

  • 1963 The Cornell Glee Club in England - Thomas A. Sokol
  • 1972 Eastern Europe - Thomas A. Sokol
  • 1979 1979 Concert Tour of England - Thomas A. Sokol

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Major Works

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Other

  • 1949 Untitled - Thomas B. Tracy
  • 1955 1954-55 Cornell Men's Glee Club - Thomas B. Tracy
  • 1957 From Far Above... 1956-'57 Cornell Men's Glee Club - Thomas B. Tracy
  • 1962 Cornell University Glee Club - Thomas A. Sokol

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CD Releases

Official

  • 1971 Songs of Cornell - Thomas A. Sokol
  • 1992 A Concert of Cathedral Music - Thomas A. Sokol
  • 1997 Echos from the Walls - Scott A. Tucker

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Major Works

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Other

  • 1999 Homecoming 1999 - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2000 End the Silence - Samite Mulondo
  • 2000 Music of Francis Poulenc - Cayuga Chamber Orchestra
  • 2000 Senior Week 2000 - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2000 Homecoming 2000 - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2001 Senior Week 2001 - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2001 Return from Venezuela - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2001 Orientation Week 2001 - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2001 Homecoming 2001 - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2002 Homecoming 2002 - Thomas A. Sokol
  • 2003 Homecoming 2003 - Scott A. Tucker
  • 2004 Homecoming 2004 (California Tour 2005) - Scott A. Tucker

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Notable CUGC Alumni

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Popular Cornell Songs (in chronological order)

The CUGC maintains Cornell's musical tradition by concluding most formal concerts with Cornell songs. Most of the songs were premiered by the CUGC and written by its members.

  • Cornell - "The soldier loves his gen'ral's fame..."
    • Words: George Kingsley Birge, Class of 1872
    • Music: James Power
    • Written: 1847 (music), 1869 (words)
  • Alma Mater - "Far above Cayuga's waters..."
    • Words: Wilmot Moses Smith, Class of 1874, and Archibald Croswell Weeks, Class of 1872
    • Music: H.S. Thompson
    • Written: 1857 (music), 1870 (words)
  • The Chimes - "To the busy morning light..."
    • Words: Francis Miles Finch
    • Music: George F. Root
    • Written: 1861 (music), 1869 (words)
  • 1875 - "'Twas on a sunny summer morn..."
    • Words: John Dewitt Warner, Class of 1872
    • Music: Archibald Croswell Weeks, Class of 1872
    • Written: 1875 (words), 1889 (music)
  • Evening Song - "When the sun fades far away..."
  • Song of the Classes - "Oh, I am the freshman..."
    • Words: Frank A. Abbott, Class of 1890
    • Music: Traditional
    • Written: 1890 (words)
  • Crew Song - "Onward like the swallow going..."
    • Words: Robert James Kellogg, Class of 1891
    • Music: William Luton Wood
    • Written: 1892 (words), 1900 (music)
  • Alumni Song - "I am thinking tonight of my old college town..."
    • Words: Louis Carl Ehle, Class of 1890
    • Music: William Luton Wood
    • Written: 1893 (words), 1900 (music)
  • Davy - "Give my regards to Davy..."
    • Words: Charles E. Tourison, Class of 1905, W.L. Umstad, Class of 1906, and Bill Forbes, Class of 1906
    • Music: George M. Cohan
    • Written: 1905
  • The Big Red Team - "See them plunging down to the goal..."
    • Words: Romeyn Berry, Class of 1904
    • Music: Charles E. Tourison, Class of 1905
    • Written: 1905
  • Cornell Hymn - "Lo, at her feet the valley lies..."
    • Words: Albert W. Smith, Class of 1878
    • Music: James T. Quarles
    • Written: 1905
  • Carnelian and White - "Cornell colors are waving today..."
  • Fight for Cornell - "From rocky height..."
  • March On, Cornell - "Onward, Cornell, to the top where you belong..."
    • Words: Marcel K. Sessler, Class of 1913
    • Music: Marcel K. Sessler, Class of 1913
    • Written: 1913
  • Cornell Victorious - "From blue cayuga..."
    • Words: S. Hibbard Ayer, Jr., Class of 1914
    • Music: S. Hibbard Ayer, Jr., Class of 1914
    • Written: 1915
  • My Old Cornell - "Oh, I want to go back to the old days..."
    • Words: Will A. Dillon
    • Music: Will A. Dillon
    • Written: 1917
  • Hail Thou in Majesty, Cornell - "Hail thou in majesty, Cornell..."
    • Words: Albert W. Smith, Class of 1878
    • Music: George F. Pond, Class of 1910
    • Written: Unknown
  • The Hill - "I wake at night and think I hear remembered chimes..."
    • Words: Albert W. Smith, Class of 1878
    • Music: George F. Pond, Class of 1910
    • Written: 1921 (words), 1928 (music)
  • Tales of Old Cornell - "She stands upon her hill, serene..."
    • Words: Morris G. Bishop, Class of 1914
    • Music: Ludwig F. Audrieth, Class of 1926
    • Written: 1928 (music)
  • In the Red and the White - "In the red and the white..."
    • Words: Richard H. Lee, Class of 1941
    • Music: Richard H. Lee, Class of 1941
    • Written: 1939
  • Strike Up a Song to Cornell - "Strike up a song to Cornell..."
    • Words: Richard H. Lee, Class of 1941
    • Music: Richard H. Lee, Class of 1941
    • Written: 1940
  • Cornell Champions - "Cornell champions are winning the game..."
    • Words: John P. Timmerman, Class of 1950
    • Words: John P. Timmerman, Class of 1950
    • Written: 1975
  • New Cornell Fight Song - "C-O-R-N-E-double-L..."
    • Words: Marice Stith
    • Words: Marice Stith
    • Written: 1976

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Song Premieres

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Miscellaneous

The Seal

Adopted as the official emblem of the Glee Club by Thomas A. Sokol shortly after he became director, the CUGC seal features the head of Apollo, the Greek god of music and poetry. It also recalls the official song of the world's first glee club, Glorious Apollo by Samuel Webbe. Apollo (Greek: Απόλλων, Apóllōn) is a god in Greek and Roman mythology, the son of Zeus and Leto, and the twin of Artemis (goddess of the hunt). ... A Glee Club is a chorus, historically of men but also of just women or mixed voices, which traditionally specializes in singing short songs. ... English composer, born in England in 1742; died in London, 29 May, 1816. ...


1901 Poem

One winter's day as the sun went down
And the shadows grew deep on the hill and glade,
A hapless stranger in the town
Beneath the Barnes Hall portal strayed.
And hear borne from the gloom o'erhead
Wild sounds, that filled his soul with dread. 1901 was a common year starting on Tuesday (see link for calendar). ...


Wild cries and shrieks were heard aloft,
With prayers and groans and yells,
And sounds unutterable, as oft
Of horrid murder tells,
Of ghosts unburied, who e'ermore
Must wander on the Stygian shore.


The stranger crossed himself in fear.
"What devil howl at even dim?
What are those awful sound I hear?"
A smiling student answered him,
"Those fearful sounds the night winds bring?
Why that's the Glee Club practicing."


- L.


from Cornell Verse, published in 1901 1901 was a common year starting on Tuesday (see link for calendar). ...


1935 Advertisement

Advertisement from Cornell Daily Sun, December 17, 1935
Advertisement from Cornell Daily Sun, December 17, 1935

1935 was a common year starting on Tuesday (link will take you to calendar). ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (177x681, 62 KB)Cornell University Glee Club Cigarette Ad for Spuds Cigarettes from December 17, 1935 Cornell Daily Sun File history Legend: (cur) = this is the current file, (del) = delete this old version, (rev) = revert to this old version. ...

See Also

Founded in 1968, the Hangovers are the subset of the Cornell University Glee Club, the oldest student organization at Cornell University. ... For other uses of the name Cornell, see Cornell (disambiguation). ... A Glee Club is a chorus, historically of men but also of just women or mixed voices, which traditionally specializes in singing short songs. ... This article is about choirs, musical ensembles containing singers. ... A Caipirinha preparedin the typical style Caipirinha is a Brazilian cocktail made from Cachaça, limes, sugar, and ice. ...

External links

In accord with CUGC tradition, ensemble correspondence is frequently concluded with:
"This is, as always, y.a.f.e.o.t.s.s.w.g.c.a.f.c.u.t.m. Amen."


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