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Voice actor Aimi releases "ReSTARTING !!" MV!Powerful guitar performance show

 
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Cheer song

Cheer song(Ouenka) isGroup(mainlyDedicated to pre-school and extra curricularAnd sportsOUR TEAM) People who belong to themselves or groupsplayerEncouragemoraleTheInspire-CheerFor the purpose ofsongThat. mainlySportsIt is used for watching and cheering for games and encouragement parties.

JapanIn Japan, there are a considerable number of school cheering songs in terms of numbers, and in a broad senseschool song,Dormitory song(From the historical background and cultural aspects peculiar to Japan, school songs and cheering songs are broadly defined.Dormitory(There is also an interpretation that it is included in the song)Student songAlthough it can be said that it is a part of (school song), there are some songs whose definition is ambiguous and it is difficult to distinguish whether it is a cheering song, a student song, or a dormitory song.

Incidentally,Examination,Broken loveSuch as人生,Everyday lifeSongs for inspiring and cheering individuals regarding the above are often called "cheering songs" to distinguish them from the cheering songs here.Alsoサ ッ カ ーIn the support of, the kind of cheering song "Chant(Chant).

Japanese professional baseball

Originally described laterUniversityLike a cheering songBaseball teamIt was mainly using officially recognized team songs and cheering songs, but nowJapanese professional baseballIn most regular players, there is a support song for each player (hitting march, HM), which helps to improve the atmosphere of cheering.

At the beginning, it was often the case that different lyrics were applied to already existing songs, but nowadays there are many original songs,cassette tape,CDHas been released.Tokyo Yakult Swallows,Chiba Lotte MarinesThe cheering party still uses many existing songs as cheering songs. In particular, Lotte's support songs for most players are already existing songs, and songs with various arrangements, such as anime songs, folk songs, Japanese music, and Korean music, have been adapted. For YakultTokyo Ondo"(originallyTokyo OrionsThe general theme for left-handers who don't have a specific HM or "Denden March" (originalTsutomu WakamatsuWas enrolledDenden Public CorporationWas sent to the Yakult cheering party when Wakamatsu joined Yakult).

2004ToHanshin Tigers(Hereinafter Hanshin)Private cheering party"Nakatora FederationThere was an incident in which was illegally earning copyright-related income from the sales of cheer song CDs. In the case of copyright law violation cases such as by the former chairman, some HMJASRACSince it has been exempted from management, commercial performance, streaming, and MIDI distribution can no longer be done, which is damaging to music people.2005After that, about the Hanshin Hitting March,Hitting March Management Committee(Renamed "Hitting March Committee" in 2008)CopyrightOthers will be centrally managed (related to this item,University/MarchSee section). Along with this, in 2005, Hanshin Tigers, Hiroshima Toyo Carp, Yomiuri Giants, and Chunichi Dragons cheer song CD were released.Columbia Music EntertainmentHowever, the release schedule of the support song CD was canceled (Hanshin was discontinued from 2004 the previous year, all past sales have been discontinued),2006The Yomiuri Giants, which has lifted the right to sell from the company, released a 2006 support song CD for each player, and Chunichi Dragons released a CD that collects successive team songs.2008ToChunichi DragonsThe largest of cheering groupsNational Union of Dragon HeartsThe special support permission of is no longer permitted. (For more informationSpecial support permission(See section)

Generally, most of the B♭ tubes of the trumpet are used for playing, so the most common tone gradation in today's professional baseball cheering songsB flat majorHas become. In the past, in addition to trumpets, trombone was also used, but since 2000, it has almost never been used.

J League (Professional Soccer)

In the case of the J League, the club's official support song and supporters' support song (Chant) There are two types. The former are often produced by famous musicians who are associated with clubs. The latter has various cheering songs depending on the players and the situation,FC Tokyoof"Tokyo boogie boogieThere are many cases where existing songs are used.Player cheering songparodyThere are many.

J-POP

J-POPIn the case of, the definition of where the cheer song is from is not made clear. Although it has nothing to do with the lyrics, it is often used as a support song. For example,1996Debuted inSPEEDThere was a case that the music of was used at school. It was very popular among the members of SPEED in the same generation (especially elementary schools), so it was sometimes used to take advantage of it, and it was often used outside of sports festivals and sports festivals. Also recentlySMAP,B'z TV AsahiIt uses the theme song of a sports program of, and that song is often treated as a support song (B'z and SMAP were aware of the support song in the early days when they received the tie-up, but gradually It has been criticized that the direction has changed).

Where it changedNippon TVProgram24-hour TVCharitymarathonThen, to cheer up the runners, many cheering songs are played. As a song that plays frequently in recent years,ZARD"Do not lose"Blast slump"Runner"Important MAN Brothers Band"That is important", SMAP"the only flower in the world"Takako Okamura"do not give up your dream"and so on.

University

In addition to school songs and school songs, support songs and marches also exist at university.

Existing songs that are often used to support professional baseball and other sportsparodyThere are many (only the lyrics are changed), but most of the university cheering songs are original, and the old university cheering songs, dormitory songs, student songs, etc. are from junior high school and high school.Affiliated school-Affiliate schoolNot limited to, many of them change the lyrics for their own school and use them as cheering songs.

Cheer song

Usually, it is supposed to have lyrics.In addition to songs with unique and original song titles, they are simply "cheering songs" (XX university cheering songs) or "first cheering songs" (XX university first cheering songs). Some are.The latter is more numerous.Also, the existing song was divertedparodyThere is also something like that.

* The ones introduced and described below are limited to those that have some exposure in the news media, original songs when there are many other diversion examples, and those with special notes. Although it is recognized as famous, songs that are basically sung only as cheering songs for the university, songs that are diverted to a few cases, etc. are basically excluded. Basically, please refer to each university's article for details on the cheering songs of each school.
  • "Essassa"(Nippon Sport Science University)
    Device:. PredecessorJapan Gymnastics SchoolIt has been inherited by dormitory students since the Taisho era. It is often adopted as an attraction for sports events and introduced to students at the school to which it was assigned by a physical education teacher who graduated from the university. Rather than a song or song, it emphasizes the beauty of a mass game (discrete set/body) and creates a shout.
  • "Near term"(Kinki University(Support section)
    This song was diverted and borrowed with the same tone, and songs with similar lyrics spread over the years to universities and high schools all over the country. The copyright is claimed along with the circumstances, and any unauthorized use is prohibited.[2].. However, apart from the above assertions, there is also a theory that the origin of the song goes back to the Nihondai Hoshina.[3].. The origin of Kinki University is Nihon University.
  • "Aoyama bank"(Tokyo University of Agriculture)
    The dance scene is often introduced as the so-called "Daikon Odori" with a focus on sports coverage. Dance is generally more famous than the song itself.
  • "(St Paul shines tonight)" (Rikkyo University)
    I came to Japan from the United States in 1927 (Showa 2)Fresno baseball teamWas handed down from[4][5].. A support march (chance theme) that further diverts this support song has been used for a long time in support of the university, and it is high school baseball, especiallyTenri High SchoolThe song is relatively well-known because it has been used for a long time in support of the Koshien tournament (However, the reason for its adoption has nothing to do with Rikkyo University, but the original song "Our boys will shine to night" that was published in the March collection in the United States. Directly adopted[6]). Even in professional baseball, this cheering song is used as "Hitting March No. 2" in support of the Hanshin Tigers player (fielder).
  • “Dawning Japan” (Nihon University of Physical Education cheering group cheering song)
  • "Young lion" (Nihon University of Sport Sciences cheering party second support song)

March

In a broad sense, it indicates a case where only an instrumental musical instrument that is included in a cheering song but does not have lyrics is played or only a few songs are called. When it was born, it was called march exclusively, but the original march as a pure musical term (March) Is different from the operation in later yearsChance themeThere are also many examples of calling. In recent years,FanfareThere is an increasing tendency to continuously play the song, which is called the "chance pattern".

Basically, it is performed under the performance of a brass band, and there are many cases in which a supporter calls with lyrics. In general, it is the case that a member (member) called a leader in the cheering group (part) conducts this, and in such a case, the executive of the group (part) usually serves. Acting as a single person or by multiple people, each group (section) has its own unique shape. Many of them incorporate the karate shoken, and there are also places where members (members) are trained in the karate club to learn.

Originally, the hitting march style support that the playing song changes for each batter, which is often seen in professional baseball supportCollege baseball,In particularTokyo Roku University BaseballThe origin of the support was the March support, which was first introduced for baseball support, and it was popular and gradually spread to its present form. In college baseball, etc., generally, it is not the support of individual players but the support of the school/team/support of the representative of the alma mater. To do. On the other hand, professional baseball was an imitation of university baseball support in the early days of the introduction of march support, but gradually the trend of support as one of entertainment ways to enjoy and as a way to get excited will not get tired of support participants. It was different from the need for variety for the purpose and the team-based culture often seen in amateur baseball in Japan.Team is a group of individualsDue to the difference in the tendency to perceive this, it has become established as a form in which each player supports each other.

In addition, support groups and cheering groups of colleges with a short history, and cheering groups and cheering groups that are not established as a group regardless of the history of the university themselves, imitate the support of professional baseball and high school baseball in a reverse import manner. There are also many patterns that incorporate Ting March style support. The hitting march style support has the merit that it is easy to use existing songs, so the composition and preparation of the performance are easy, and it is easy to accept even completely unknown participants, but as a team unique It is difficult to demonstrate and maintain the sex.

The following is a list of the original march of the university (except for historically significant ones, existing music is diverted from the perspective of original music even if it is the first recruiting school).

It was created about a year after its birth to counter Combat March at Waseda University. Similar to Waseda's Combat March,Hiroshima Toyo CarpPlayer general support song, exKintetsu OfShigeru KurihashiIt is often used in other areas such as individual support songs.
  • "Assault theme" (created by Keio University Support Department)
  • "Victory March" (The University of Tokyo Athletic Meet Support DepartmentCreation)
  • "Knockout March" (Meiji University cheering partyCreation)
  • "Champion Meiji" (created by the Meiji University cheering group)
  • "Aim(First introduced by the Meiji University Cheerleaders) *The song itself is an existing song, but since the lyricist was an OB of the same university, it was first introduced for sports support throughout the country and then spread throughout the country.Chunichi DragonsIt was also the chance theme.
  • "Chance Hosei" (creation) → (Many diversions centered around the support of high school baseballLotte-Shimada Shigeru,Yakult-Atsunori InabaUsed for the individual support song)
  • "Saint PaulMarch" (see "St. Paul's Will Shine Tonight" above)
  • "Todai Atom(First introduced by the University of Tokyo Athletic Meet Support Department)[7]
  • "Rikkyo Popeye(Introduced first by Rikkyo University Athletic Club supporters)
  • "Dash Aoyama" (creation)
  • "Trial Green" (Tokyo University of Agriculture support groupCreation)
  • "Combat March" (creation) → Different from the Waseda University Combat March. It is also called "Komadai Combat" for distinction. The repurposed piece, Koma Dai Tomakomai "Chance," has slightly different details from the original song.
  • "Let's Go KG" (creation)
  • "Kokudai Fighter" (Kokugakuin UniversityCreation)
  • "Shattered" (Used by the Toyo University Support Department. Arranged the same song "Wakaba no Mori")
  • "Traditional Japanese body, lion dance, EBARA physical education" (created by Nippon Sport Science University cheering group)

Dormitory song

New universityAt the time of certificationOld high schoolMost of the universities that were promoted from etc. and those that absorbed and merged them inherited the dorm songs of the old system (the dorm songs themselves are not limited to the old system, but many of them are old systems in terms of number and song recognition). Most of them are used, and many of these dorm songs are also used as support songs.Dormitory songSee section).

school song

school songMay be used as a support song. Even in that case, there are some application examples such as 1. Sing as it is, 2. Arrange to up tempo, and 3. Arrange as a complete march and play as marching school song.

High school, junior high school, elementary school

Cheering song

Basically, the situation is similar to that of the university, but the degree of originality is lower than that of the university, and there are many cases where you borrow a famous cheering song or dormitory song as it is, or imitate professional baseball cheering. Since most of these schools have a brass band, it is customary for the brass band to be in charge of the performance for support, and it is extremely rare to adopt the support style of the trumpet alone like professional baseball. It will be a case. It should be noted that performances and cheering to make the player teased when the attack of the opponent team, which is often seen in the support of professional baseball, etc., went out, but it was often done before, but it is not preferable from an educational perspective. Since it was regulated and instructed by Takanoren, it is currently not practiced habitually.

March

Japanese high school baseballAlthough not all of the march support itself performed by imitation of professional baseball support, the hitting march style support that changes the song played for each batter is the propagation and imitation of professional baseball support.

In recent years, even in high school, composing an original march to support college students (often,Brass bandDepartment/brass bandThere are also sports powerhouses that are famous schools as well.

Asahi Shimbun 2008 Of90th National High School Baseball Championship Memorial TournamentA survey of the 55 representative schools that participated in the national competition[8]The following songs were adopted as cheering songs (the number of schools used in parentheses).

  1. African Symphony(50 schools)- 1987ToChirin Gakuen Wakayama High School The 69rd National High School Baseball ChampionshipIt was started when Eiji Yoshimoto, an adviser to the school's brass band, arranged and adopted it when he first appeared in[8].
  2. Fanfare(44 schools)-Also known as "Tianlihit".Tenri High School Brass BandArranged by OB. The original song is Richard Bowles' "Maxin Cocky Overture".
  3. Aim(29 school)
  4. southpaw(28 school)
  5. deep red(23 school)
  6. Lupine the Third Theme(22 school)
  7. Doka~n(18 school)
  8. touch(17 schools)-Animation "touchTheme song of
  9. Popeye the Sailor Man (16 schools)-Animation "PopeyeTheme song of
  10. (15 schools each)

Also, the TV Asahi variety show "Amethyoke!Is 2017The 99rd National High School Baseball ChampionshipI found out that the popular songs of cheering songs were as follows[9].

  1. African Symphony (36 schools)
  2. (English edition)(26 school)
  3. we will Rock You(26 school)
  4. El Cumbancello (22 schools)- Rafael HernandezComposition
  5. Southpaw (21 schools)
  6. Lupine the Third Theme (20 schools)
  7. Red (18 schools)
  8. SHOW TIME(17 school)
  9. SEE OFF(17 school)
  10. SG Rush Championship (16 schools)-"Pachislot monkey turnBGM,Chiba Lotte MarinesChance Theme 3

Original March List

*Unless historically significant, from the perspective of an original song handbookExisting songs (general dissemination songs) are not applicable even if they are the first schools to adopt.And


  • Aomori
    • Aomori Yamada High School
      • YAMAKO COMBAT
  • Iwate
    • Kamaishi High (formerly Kamaishi South High)
      • Chance Busan (formerly Chance Busan)
  • Akita
    • Akashi Sakura High School (formerly Akita Keio University → Akita Keiho University High School)
      • Akashi Combat (formerly Keisuke Combat, currently unused)
  • Gunma
    • Tokyo University of Agriculture
      • Victory Fanfare
      • Seventeen March
      • Two high blast
      • Two high samba
    • Maebashi Ikuhide High School
      • Run and GO
      • Gain Victory
  • Ibaraki
    • Joso Academy
      • Mononofu
  • Chiba
    • Takudai Red Mausoleum
      • Burning Red Mausoleum
      • Chance red mausoleum
    • Narashino High
      • Let's go Narashino-Lotte, the OB of professional school baseballKazuya FukuuraIt is used every year in the summer as a support song.
  • Saitama
    • Urawa High School
      • Winning March
    • Urawa Gakuin High School
      • Ura Gaku Samba-There are "1" to "5", and "3" is "UncleIt is also known as a representative support song of the Okinawan group
    • Prefectural Kasukabe High School
      • Eigata Ryuso-A compilation of two songs, "Encouragement Encouragement" and "Eigata Rinso" (both songs are original).
      • Tsunekatsu Harutaka-A collection of three songs, "Prelude Latin", "Big Wave March" and "Brave Harutaka" (all three original).
      • Brave Harutaka-The original March that was used by the time it was completed until the completion of "Eisen Sousho" and "Jitsukatsu Harutaka".
    • Prefectural Kawagoe High School
      • Fighting march
    • Kasukabe high prosperity
      • guts
      • WIN
  • Tokyo
    • Nichidai Mitsutaka
      • Come on !!
      • Chance Chance Chance
  • Kanagawa
    • Tokai Dai Sagami
      • Guts Tokai
    • Yokohama High School
      • Fifth support song-The song name is "Support song", but it is a March without lyrics. "Yokotaka March" refers to the prelude, "Fanfare Hosei".
  • Yamanashi
    • Tokai University Kofu High School
      • Tokai March
      • Burn Tokai
      • Press Press Tokai
    • Yamanashi Gakuin High School
      • BIG WAVE
      • Hurricane
  • Ishikawa
  • Mie
    • Mie High
      • Glitter
      • Fanfare G ~ Victory Mie
  • Wakayama
    • Chiben Wakayama High School
      • Red blaze
    • Municipal Wakayama High School (former Municipal Wakayama Commercial High School)
      • Let's Go City High School (Formerly Let's Go City Washo)
      • V
      • W
      • ICHIKO90
  • Nara
    • Tenri High School
    • Chiben Gakuen High School
      • Third
    • Koriyama High School
      • County high pitch
    • Nara Univ.
      • Blue pride
  • Kyoto
    • Ryukoku Ohira Antaka
      • Awful song (suspicious bolero)
      • Refreshing I~IV
      • HEIAN
      • Squid guy
    • Onishi High outside Kyoto
      • Combat March C
      • Combat March D
      • Combat swing
      • Combat rock
      • Delighted Nishitaka
    • Kyoto Subaru High
      • Subaru March
  • Osaka
    • PL school high
      • Winning (formerly Knockout March)
      • Victory
      • Yasaka
    • Kinko Osaka High School
      • Kinko March
    • Osaka Toin High School
      • You are Slugger
      • Alps Kida Taro
  • Hiroshima
    • Guangling High
      • Cheer song
  • Saga
  • Kumamoto
    • Prefectural Kumamoto High School
      • First support song
      • Second support song

注 釈

  1. ^ Fumio Iizawa "Fumio Iizawa Bibliographic Selection II" Fumio Kanazawa, 2016, p. 51
  2. ^ Copyright of Kindai
  3. ^ Tokyo Sakuramon Lions Club
  4. ^ "School song, support song”. Rikkyo University Alumni Association. 2013/9/7Browse.
  5. ^ News from LA Ritic Church
  6. ^ Tenri Fanfare, Wasshoi, St. Paul. Thorough coverage of the mystery of Tenri's baseball support! -Umezu Yukiko Official Site
  7. ^ A similar example is "Rikkyo Atom", but this has been used and introduced by the Doshisha University cheering group first, and the diversion from it has been the history (Rikkyo University cheering party notarization).
  8. ^ a b Chinatsuko Kawahara, Ryuichi Kanari (August 2008, 8). "Koshien, "African" blockbuster 50 schools played". asahi.com. http://www.asahi.com/showbiz/music/TKY200808160159.html 2011/5/25Browse. 
  9. ^ Soichiro Akiyama and Hiroshi Iijima (August 2018, 8). Asahi Shimbun. Koshien's cheering song does not have that popular song 10 years ago 2018/8/10Browse. 
  10. ^ Waseda Saga's new song is a collaboration with former Lotte cheering leader. "Let's have the best summer!" Thoughts hidden there Read Yahoo! News (Yoshizaki Eisinho), August 2017, 8, August 10, 2020

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