Civil War: Its Music & Its Sounds

The Civil War: Its Music & Its Sounds

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Disc 1

  1. Hail to the Chief
  2. Listen to the Mockingbird
  3. Palmyra Schottische
  4. Hail Columbia
  5. Freischutz Quickstep
  6. Parade
  7. Port Royal Gallop
  8. Nightingale Waltz
  9. La Marseillaise
  10. Dixie/Bonnie Blue Flag
  11. Cheer Boys Cheer
  12. Luto Quickstep
  13. Old North State
  14. Easter Galop
  15. Come Dearest, the Daylight Is Gone
  16. Maryland, My Maryland
  17. Waltz No. 19
  18. Old Hundredth Psalm Tune
  19. The Girl I Left Behind Me
  20. The Recruiting Sergeant
  21. Jefferson and Liberty
  22. Old 1812
  23. Carry Me Back
  24. Liverpool Hornpipe
  25. Newport
  26. Gary Owen
  27. Cavalry Bugle Signals
  28. Sounds of Conflict: Fort Sumter to Gettysburg @@Martin Gabel

Disc 2

  1. Narration @@Martin Gabel
  2. Twinkling Stars Quickstep
  3. O Kentucky, Kentucky
  4. Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming
  5. Un Ballo in Maschera Quickstep
  6. St. Patrick's Day in the Morning
  7. Grafulla's Quickstep
  8. Gary Owen
  9. Cavalry Quickstep
  10. Storm Galop
  11. Twenty-Sixth Regiment Quickstep
  12. Lulu's Gone
  13. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
  14. Juanita
  15. Carry Me Back (To Old Virginny's Shore)
  16. Bugle Signals for the Service of Skirmishers
  17. Drum Calls
  18. Camp and Field Duty Calls for Fifes and Drums
  19. Appomattox Bugle, Played by Boyde Hood
  20. We Are Coming, Father Abra'am
  21. Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground
  22. Goober Peas
  23. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
  24. When Johnny Comes Marching Home
  25. Battle Hymn of the Republic
  26. Firearms of the Civil War
  27. Sounds of Conflict: Gettysburg to Appomattox

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Glen Bell   Bugle,Cornet
David Greenhoe   Bugle,Cornet
Boyde W. Hood   Bugle,Cornet
John Landis   Bugle,Cornet
Albert MacKinnon   Bugle,Cornet
Larry Combs   Clarinet
Elsa Ludewig   Clarinet
Jerry Smith   Clarinet
Early Anderson   Cornet
Roger Bobo   Cornet
Paul Brown   Cornet
Larry Campbell   Cornet
Robert Gillespie   Cornet
Peter Phillips   Cornet
Norman Schweikert   Cornet
Robert Sheldon   Cornet
Hubert Spencer   Cornet
Frederick Fennell   Drums,Track Performer
John Galm   Drums
Joel Thome   Drums
Peter Webster   Drums
Phillip Swanson   Fife
Joanna Tousey   Fife,Flute,Piccolo
Doris Wilson   Fife,Flute,Piccolo
Eastman Wind Ensemble   Track Performer
Thomas Hohstadt   Bugle

Technical Credits

Wilma Cozart   Director,Producer
George Maas   Cover Design
C. Robert Fine   Engineer
Abraham Lincoln   Liner Notes
Frederick Fennell   Liner Notes
Col. Arthur J.L. Fremantle   Liner Notes
Walt Whitman & the Soul Children   Liner Notes

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Civil War: Its Music & Its Sounds 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The lyrics on this CD's version of "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!" are unlike any I've heard elsewhere, and I can't find them when I do a Yahoo search. Rather, every version of "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!" I come across elsewhere has the original words: In the prison cell I sit, thinking Mother, dear, of you, And our bright and happy home so far away, And the tears, they fill my eyes 'spite of all that I can do, Tho' I try to cheer my comrades and be gay. chorus: Tramp, tramp, tramp, the boys are marching, Cheer up, comrades, they will come, And beneath the starry flag we shall breathe the air again Of the free land in our own beloved home. In the battle front we stood, when their fiercest charge they made, And they swept us off a hundred men or more, But before we reached their lines, they were beaten back dismayed, And we heard the cry of vict'ry o'er and o'er. chorus So within the prison cell we are waiting for the day That shall come to open wide the iron door, And the hollow eye grows bright, and the poor heart almost gay, As we think of seeing home and friends once more. chorus Also, it'd have been a nice bonus if "Battle Cry of Freedom" and "Marching Through Georgia" were included. That said, the song collection is awesome (especially "Garry Owen," which is conspicuous by its absence from most Civil War musical antholgies) and the narrative tracks are outstanding.