Texas Tech University Goin' Band From Raiderland - Traditional Music of Texas Tech University

Traditional Music of Texas Tech University

  • "Cotton Fields" Huddie Ledbetter (1940) Arranged by Joel Leach
  • "Fight On For Texas Tech" Thornton W. Allen
  • "Fight Raiders, Fight" Carroll McMath and James Nevins (1936)
  • "Macarena" Bernardino B. Monterde (1944)
  • "Malaguena" Ernesto Lecuona y Casado (1927)
  • "March Grandioso" Roland F. Seitz (1909)
  • "Red Raider Fanfare" Richard E. Tolley
  • "Ride, Raider, Ride" Richard E. Tolley (1961)
  • "Texas, Our Texas" William J. Marsh and Gladys Yoakum Wright (1924)
  • "Texas Tech On Parade" Edward S. Chenette
  • "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" William Steffe and Julia Ward Howe (1861)
  • "The Matador Song" R.C. Marshall and Harry Lemaire (1931)
  • "The Star-Spangled Banner" Francis Scott Key (1814) adapted by Henry Fillmore (1934)

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