Story of an upper class college in the early '50s and how a "harmless" hazing resulted in a student's death.
They didn't smoke grass. They didn't take the pill. They didn't do their own thing. They went to college in the Fifties. They pledged fraternities. They celebrated Hell Week. They were the buttoned-down, bottled-up generation. And sometimes they exploded.
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Composed & Adapted by John Phillips Hutton
Lyrics by Matthew Roe
Arrangements by Michael Corner
Performed by The U.S.C. Symphony Orchestra and Concert Choir
Conducted by Michael Corner
& Dr. Thomas Somerville
Published by Whitfeld Music, Inc. (BMI) See more