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Michigan Fight Song Basic Chorus, May Add Victors Fanfare extended version. Was this info helpful? Yes No
"The Victors", and also called "Hail to the Victors", 
is the fight song of the University of Michigan (UM) composed 
by UM student Louis Elbel in 1898. The song was first played
publicly by John Philip Sousa and his band.

[Verse 1]
Hail to the victors valiant, hail to the conquering heroes,
hail, hail to Michigan the leaders and best,

e|--------------------------------0-------------|-----------|
B|-0-----0-----0--1---0-1---0-1-3---0-0-1-----0-|----3------|
G|---0-2---0-2------2-----2---------------0-2---|2-0--------|
D|----------------------------------------------|-----------|
A|----------------------------------------------|-----------|
E|----------------------------------------------|-----------|

[Verse 2]
Hail to the victors valiant, hail to the conquering heroes,
hail, hail to Michigan the champions of the West! (Go Blue)

e|--------------------------------0-------------|-----------|
B|-0-----0-----0--1---0-1---0-1-3---0-0-1-----0-|-3-0-------|
G|---0-2---0-2------2-----2---------------0-2---|-----2-0---|
D|----------------------------------------------|-----------|
A|----------------------------------------------|-----------|
E|----------------------------------------------|-----------|

            
            
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john.blakowski 10 Sep 16, 2017 02:50 PM

I just played this on a concert ukulele disregarding the D, A ans E on the chart and using my A, E and C strings as the e, B and G strings on the chart. The result is pretty darn close. And would suggest someone with more than just beginner skills please try it and confirm. If so I am gonna start trying this simply conversion on other tunes. Can't believe it is that simply. So help me break my theory.

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john.blakowski 10 Sep 16, 2017 03:03 PM

I just played this on a concert ukulele disregarding the D, A ans E on the chart and using my A, E and C strings as the e, B and G strings on the chart. The result is pretty darn close. And would suggest someone with more than just beginner skills please try it and confirm. If so I am gonna start trying this simply conversion on other tunes. Can't believe it is that simply. So help me break my theory.

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krause734 364 Sep 22, 2017 03:06 PM

So if the guitar is GBE and the ukulele is CEA the intervals between the strings need to be the same for the tab to work perfectly.
G to B = 4 tones and B to E = 5 tones (guitar)
C to E = 4 tones and E to A = 4 tones (uke)
so the high string you would have to shift one note I believe for the uke tab

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