What's the Name of that song that they always play at the circus?
For time out of mind circuses have been playing the same song, usually when the clown come in. It goes. "Duh du du..." er "Duh da duh du...." Hmmmm. Oh hell. I'll link to it below. But where did that song come from?
So What's the Answer:
The song is called "Entry of the Gladiators." It was written by a Czech guy named Julius Fucik (I'll let you figure out how to pronounce "Fucik.") in 1897. He was a big fan of all things Roman so the song is supposed to represent the pomp and ceremony of Roman Gladiators entering the coliseum. It got re-arranged and introduced to the America's by Canadian Louis-Phillipe Laurendeau in 1910. This is the version played a circuses. The original version (showing here")