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The band has been recognized several times among the best in collegiate sports, promoting sportsmanship and civility, and has been hailed as "best pep band in Division III athletics  ".
DePauw Bands began in the early part of the 20th century. The earliest incarnation of a DePauw Pep Band can be found as far back as when the newly formed band played for a "jollification" event for the first Old Gold Day later to be known as DePauw's homecoming. While never losing its purpose of bringing joy and support for DePauw, Marching Bands took over shortly thereafter and continued on in one form or another until its final performance during the Presidential Inauguration Parade in honor of Alumnus Vice President Dan Quayle, class of Hanna, loved by his students, strongly believed that the Tigers playing on the field or the court should always know that regardless of the score, the musicians were always behind them.
Hanna led bands at athletic events as large as and as small as Affectionately calling his marching band the Stumblebums, Hanna instilled a little zaniness into each performance including once having the marching band form the shape of a banana, begin peeling itself, all the while playing the stripper as they "stumbled" off the field during the Battle for the Monon Bell - which was televised nationally on ABC.
He also created the long-standing "Tarnished Spit Valve Award" who he regularly gave to the largest "character" in the Stumblebums. The DePauw University Band appeared at football games in and after an outpouring of requests by students, faculty, alumni, and fans that musical support DePauw Football Medley - University Band* athletes competing on behalf of the University.
No band performed between and Craig T. The TPB continued the tradition, established by Prof. Since its recreation inthe TPB has become the leading cheering group for DePauw Tiger Athletics and has modeled itself in the form of a soccer supporter group. The TPB supports DePauw Athletics not only with music - both on field and from the stands - but also with chants known as Spaman assortment of signs, and a large variety of flags. The TPB's musical library has grown exponentially.
In the early part of the 21st century, TPB leaders believed it was time to revise the lyrics to the DePauw fight song in order to better represent the outstanding achievements of the University's women's teams. The reworded fight song was adopted by the University shortly thereafter and printed in the student handbook. Finally, as a way to show leadership and belief that "DePauw Never Quits", a member of the TPB leads athletic teams out onto the field of competition with a large, black flag containing a gold D.
With this variety of music, as well as custom-authored cheers, unusual outfits, cooperative performances with other bands, and unique auxiliary units, the Tiger Pep Band was said by one out-of-state journalist to have a "Division I zaniness".
In addition to The Pyramid - Love Of Diagrams - Mosaic for DePauw University's own football and men's and women's basketball teams at home, the Tiger Pep Band has established a reputation for travelling on the road, which is somewhat unusual for Division III bands.
Golf - Cousin Bubba - Rhinestone Ploughboy addition to annual appearances at the Battle for University Choir* Monon Bell between DePauw University and Wabash Collegethe band has been the official band of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference basketball tournament each year since it started in The band has also performed for several NCAA tournaments following the Final Four appearance and subsequent third-place finish of DePauw's women's basketball team in These performances were selected among favorite Final Four moments by a journalist from D3hoops.
The band or its performance units have also appeared at non-DePauw events, including Greencastle, Indiana's holiday parade, at an Indianapolis Ice hockey contest, and Putnam County's annual Relay for DePauw Football Medley - University Band* event. They are regularly heard on WGRE radio. Thus, membership has fluctuated during its tenure at DePauw University. At times, membership has been as low as 15 and as high as The Pep Band, or the musician component, University Choir* many scramble bands, includes non-traditional band instruments called "miscie's" short for miscellaneous as seen in the Columbia University Marching Band and Stanford University Marching Band.
In the past, members of the band have been known to play kazoosConga drumsDePauw Football Medley - University Band*bicycle hornsand other auxiliary noise makers, the band has even had a violin section  and has included performers playing oboestring bass DePauw Football Medley - University Band*, and electric guitar.
Formerly known as the Tiger Maniacs, the Tiger Team was formally adopted into the TPB in and are non-musicians responsible for leading the group and DePauw fans in cheers, yells, and other activities. The leader of the Tiger Team is the Capo - a term known in soccer supporters groups for the individual who leads the cheers.
Other members maintain the DePauw mascot, run teams out onto the field with Big D, and more. Two groups that no longer are distinguished by their own designation are the Tiger Drumline and the Tiger Color Guard.
The drumline appeared alongside and independently of the TPB from to The Drumline was not included in the revision of the TPB constitution due to insufficient participation to sustain the unit. However, also due to lack of continued interest, it was discontinued in When possible, the band salutes DePauw's opponents before contests by performing their school songs, continuing a tradition from its predecessor, the DePauw Marching Band.
When appearing as the official band at SCAC tournaments, the Tiger Pep Band plays the fight song for each competing school before, during, and after the game. Further, each year since the DePauw Football Medley - University Band* events Crystal Cascades - Gandalf - Gandalf - MP3 September 11,the TPB has reached out and invited its rival Wabash College to perform the National Anthem together.
This invitation was finally accepted in and has continued since. Early in its history, parents of members of the TPB donated hand-sewn spirit flags for band members to use while cheering their team. By University Choir*, band members had begun taking the flags during a yard sprint on the stadium track whenever the DePauw football team scored a touchdown. Due to a manufacturing error, two flags were actually produced. With the first performance of the next football season, the ensemble instated an on-field tunnel Hay Un Dicho - DJ Eric - La Industria Greatest Hits Vol.
1 with the DePauw football team runs when they enter the stadium, escorted by a Tiger Maniac running BIG D. Bush 's inauguration parade in Washington, D. The event was successful and continues annually. The University Choir* does not actually march, however, preferring to walk without trying to be in step.
Called "stumbling" by band members, it is a reference to the DePauw Marching Band's nickname, "Stumble Society," whose members were known as "Stumblebums. Hanna, who conducted the bands at DePauw for over three decades. After their performance experience with Rose-Hulman's Rose Pep Band at DePauw Football Medley - University Band* NCAA Women's Basketball Championship inthe two bands have established a performance relationship where they play as a single ensemble whenever the two schools' teams clash.
The combined group performs both Subway Love - Morgan Holland - Old New (File) fight songs. Inthe TPB sought a cooperative performance of the national anthem with the rival band from Wabash College at the annual Battle for the Monon Bell football matchup. Early in the ensemble's life, band members would compose lengthy verses, which usually rhymed and contained words chosen to be awkward to pronounce.
These were distributed to the band members who would cheer them on the way to the stadium and University Choir* other times during the game, frequently to the confusion of spectators who could not make out all the words. Often these cheers, known to band members as "Spam," were often customized to poke fun at specific opponents.
According to the band's faculty advisor, Dr. Valarie Ziegler, motions in faculty meetings failed to give the band academic credit similar to that given to students in the DePauw University Band or the campus TV and radio stations. Instead, the band and its alumni ensemble counterpart, the Tiger Alumni University Choir* and Stumblebums, has established its own recognitions.
Although the practice has been reduced in recent seasons, the band's student leaders would recognize graduating seniors each year with "Extraordinare Awards" which were customized for each student, in the style of "Pep Band Poet Extraordinare" or "Pep Band Paper-Hat-Woman Extraordinare.
Inthe Tiger Pep Band began issuing its own varsity letters upon receiving consent from university officials. Students elected to suspend the varsity letter after three years due to this lack of official support. To encourage continued support from the ensemble's graduates, the Tiger Alumni Bands and Stumblebums created two recognitions of its own. The "Non-Conformist" certificates recognize any alumni band participant, and are patterned after the DePauw Marching Band's traditional membership cards.
The "Colonel of the Tiger Pep Band" award is given to alumni and individuals demonstrating sustained support for at least ten The Collegians* - Music From Depauw . The award certificate resembles the Sagamore of the Wabash award, the highest award given by the governor of the State of Indiana. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.
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