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Dec 24, 2010 ... But he is the composer of one official state song, and one adopted state song. You can guess one of them. It has to do with his last name. John Denver loved Colorado. The mountains, fresh air, cold streams, and vast skies all appealed to his sense of nature. Because of all this, he moved to Aspen in 1970.

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Colorado State Song. Courtesy of nationalatlas.gov. Colorado has an interesting history. During a blizzard in 1806, Zebulon M. Pike tried to climb to the top of the best-known Rocky Mountain peak in Colorado. It was 14,110 feet above sea level. However, his crew didn't have enough warm clothing or rations and was forced ...

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Jun 16, 2017 ... #3: The Fight Song. When you hear it, sing it loud and proud. The CSU Fight Song, often played by our Marching Band, is sung at all major sporting events. Fight on you stalwart Ram Team, On to the goal! Tear the (Opponent's) line asunder, As down the field we thunder. Knights of the green and gold,

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COLORADO HISTORY SONGBOOK II includes: La Jente Vino a Colorado - Lilting Spanish tune tells how the Spanish people settled and named the state of Colorado. Symbol Song - describes the state's flag and other symbols, in catchy snippets, perfect for staging. Soaring Eagle, Grazing Buffalo - The story of Colorado's ...

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Origin of the Name Colorado - The word Colorado is Spanish for the "color red," and refers to the muddy Colorado River State Nickname - Centennial State, Colorful Colorado State Motto - "Nil sine Numine" - Nothing Without Providence State Song - Where the Columbines Grow Dinosaur Fossils Found in Colorado ...

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It joined the Rocky Mountain columbine, Colorado's distinctive “C” flag, the blue spruce, bighorn sheep, lark bunting, aquamarine, and state song, “Where the Columbines Grow.” Since 1982, the greenback cutthroat trout; the hairstreak butterfly, blue grama grass; the mineral rhodochrosite; Colorado Yule marble; the square ...

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State Seal State Seal State Song: “Where the Columbines Grow” State Song: “ Where the Columbines Grow” State Flag State Flag St...

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Where the snowy peaks gleam in the moon. first_line_of_text. Where the snowy peaks gleam in the moon. First Line of Text. false. Composer: Fynn, A. J. composer. Fynn, A. J. Composer. false. Lyricist: Fynn, A. J. lyricist. Fynn, A. J. Lyricist. false. Type of Resource: notated music. type_of_resource. notated music. Type of ...

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The collections of the American Folklife Center contain rich and varied materials from Colorado that document the diversity of the state's folk traditions. Among its unique recordings are Mexican songs from the 1940s; Native American music; and cowboy poetry. In 1989-91, the Center conducted a field research project ...