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The Auburn University Indian Music Ensemble’s Auburn song is a really lovely song, such a lovely song

Auburn is a really lovely place, so lovely it has an Indian Music Ensemble. And when the Auburn University Indian Music Ensemble gets together, they always sing hymns to Auburn. Because it is a really lovely place. Such a lovely place.

Here’s a concert they put on at the Toomer’s Oates Museum of Art in 2012. They call the song “Auburn Song.” Member Patrick McMurry calls it “Tiger Raag.” You should to. (Can’t see the video? Try here.)

Here, sing along:

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The video of Tiger Raag at their latest performance is sadly un-embeddable. But you can watch it here.

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