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Introduction - Various - Intercollegiate Musical Competition - 1963

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  1. Up until , the regattas were held at various sailing centers in New England. After World War II, it became apparent that the competing colleges would have difficulty in obtaining sufficient boats to carry the McMillan Cup and in the Naval Academy offered their 44' Luders Yawls for Intercollegiate competition.
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  3. In music, the introduction is a passage or section which opens a movement or a separate piece, preceding the theme or lyrics. In popular music, this is often known as the song intro or just the intro. The introduction establishes melodic, harmonic or rhythmic material related to the main body of a piece.
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