The Cavalier Song


The Cavalier Song

The Cavalier Song is the official fight song of the University of Virginia. The song was a result of a contest held in 1923 by the University. The Cavalier Song, with lyrics by Lawrence Haywood Lee, Jr. and music by Fulton Lewis, Jr., was selected as the winner [ [http://www.virginiasports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=17800&KEY=&ATCLID=1134444 Traditions - University of Virginia Cavaliers Official Athletic Site - VirginiaSports.com ] ] . Generally the second half of the song is played during sporting events while the entire song can be heard at the Cavalier Marching Band's entrance during home football games.

Lyrics

References

External links

* [http://www.virginia.edu/marchingband/lyrics.php Lyrics] at Cavalier Marching Band site


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