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Cleveland Browns Fight Song (“Hi-O-Hi-O for Cleveland”)
The Cleveland Pops Orchestra plays its remake of the Cleveland Browns Fight Song, September, 2011. POPS composer and arranger Paul Ferguson made the new arrangement of the 1946 fight song, along with four other versions in different musical styles. POPS Board member George Veras, President of Veras Communications, produced and directed the video.
Video Selections Recorded October 28, 2005
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Celebrating 10 Years of Music: Live at the Pops
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- Overture to Gypsy
- Flower Drum Song: Selection for Orchestra
- Suite from Catch Me if You Can: 3rd movement “Joy Ride”
- Suite from Star Wars: Throne Room Scene
- Triumphal March from Aida
- Armed Forces Salute
- Feuerfest Polka
- Roumanian Horra and Bulgar
- O Sole Mio
- Concertante for Four Violins and Orchestra: Finale
- Music from the Drew Carey Show: Cleveland Rocks
- Music from the Drew Carey Show: Five O’Clock World
- Music from the Drew Carey Show: Moon Over Parma
- Here Come the Bands
- Alto Amore
- Sing, Sing, Sing
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