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chris41
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The main musical instrument isn't a drum but a drum could and probably has been used



Is it a trumpet?


Not a trumpet, but again a trumpet could be used and probably has been


A Kazoo?


Not a Kazoo and again that could be used & probably has been

Just a thought, It might be debatable that the main musical instrument it is connected with might not be considered as musical but I'll say that it is.

Remember also that it is a sound that's vocal and accompanied by either clapping or a musical instrument.(not both)


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It originated in The USA likely west of the Mississippi and is connected to a song/tune

It has been heard outside the USA including English League grounds but it would be impossible to say at what game or country it was first heard in a football sense

Everyone of this section would have heard this and still heard today but not as much these days


Clarification

If it's been established, does "originated in the USA" refer to a non-football sense?

Thanks



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Are the words of this usually adapted to fit a particular team or player?


chris41
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It originated in The USA likely west of the Mississippi and is connected to a song/tune

It has been heard outside the USA including English League grounds but it would be impossible to say at what game or country it was first heard in a football sense

Everyone of this section would have heard this and still heard today but not as much these days


Clarification

If it's been established, does "originated in the USA" refer to a non-football sense?

Thanks

Yes, non football sense. Football wise it could have been heard first in The USA at a Football game but difficult to establish


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Are the words of this usually adapted to fit a particular team or player?


Indeed.


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The main musical instrument isn't a drum but a drum could and probably has been used



Is it a trumpet?


Not a trumpet, but again a trumpet could be used and probably has been


A Kazoo?


Not a Kazoo and again that could be used & probably has been

Just a thought, It might be debatable that the main musical instrument it is connected with might not be considered as musical but I'll say that it is.

Remember also that it is a sound that's vocal and accompanied by either clapping or a musical instrument.(not both)



A string instrument of some kind?


chris41
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The main musical instrument isn't a drum but a drum could and probably has been used



Is it a trumpet?


Not a trumpet, but again a trumpet could be used and probably has been


A Kazoo?


Not a Kazoo and again that could be used & probably has been

Just a thought, It might be debatable that the main musical instrument it is connected with might not be considered as musical but I'll say that it is.

Remember also that it is a sound that's vocal and accompanied by either clapping or a musical instrument.(not both)



A string instrument of some kind?


No not string.

As I say It' may be debatable whether it's classed as musical but I'd say it is in the context of this quiz. It certainly wouldn't be found in an orchestra.


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Is the non-musical musical instrument a whistle ?


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Is the non-musical musical instrument a whistle ?


No, maybe getting closer but not a whistle.


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Q: An air horn?

G: The Routers "Let's Go (Pony)" from 1962. Its infectious “clap clap clap-clap-clap clap-clap-clap-clap Let's Go!" chant became a favourite of crowds worldwide.



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chris41
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Q: An air horn?

G: The Routers "Let's Go (Pony)" from 1962. Its infectious “clap clap clap-clap-clap clap-clap-clap-clap Let's Go!" chant became a favourite of crowds worldwide.

Yes And Yes, perfect answer Ropemaker as I said You have all heard it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17W-dMZjSIU

Other version at matches with the Klaxon going something like...

Honk, Honk
Honk, Honk, Honk
Honk, Honk,Honk, Honk,
Insert Team Name/Player etc

Over to You Ropemaker

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