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Songs and music
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Marches; Gospel music; Folk music; Popular music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Middle Tennessee State University. Center for Popular Music.|
|Notes:||Music is chiefly from the Center for Popular Music Collection, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro.
Program notes by Charles K. Wolfe and notes on the musicians (23 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.) laid in container.
|Performer(s):||Performed by: Alan O'Bryant, Bob Carlin, Bob 'n' John Minstrels, Bruce Nemerov, Doug Green, 1st Brigade Band, The Hutchinson Family Singers, John Hartford, Mark Howard, James Bryan, Jerry Perkins, Norman Blake, Nancy Blake, Pat Enright, Paul Ritscher, The Princely Players, Sandy Hook Fife and Drum, Stones River Fiddle Band, Teressia Ward, Polly Brecht, Will Brecht, Will Brecht and Co.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in Milwaukee; St. Paul, MN; Lookout Mountain, Nashville and Murfreesboro, TN; Cincinnati, Birmingham, AL; Sandy Hook, Va.|
|Description:||3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Disc A. "In happy moments" : America on the eve of war. Hard times come again no more ; Jenny Lind polka ; Arkansas traveler ; Jordan is a hard road to travel ; Get off the track! ; Annie Laurie ; Mockingbird quick step/In happy moments ; I wish I was in Dixie's land ; Hymn medley : Come, ye disconsolate ; Pleyel's hymn ; Notting Hill --
"The first gun is fired" : fanning the flames of war. The first gun is fired! May God protect the right! ; The song of the contrabands : O, let my people go ; Quick step and Battle hymn of the republic ; Grafted into the army ; The southrons' chaunt of defiance ; The Bonnie blue flag ; Bonnie blue schottische ; Just before the battle, Mother ; Dixie quick step. Disc B. "Hard crackers come again no more" : music of the Union camp. Reveille ; Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! (John Brown's body) ; Hard crackers come again no more ; The rogue's march ; The Battle cry of freedom/Kingdom coming ; Aura Lea ; Opera reel ; There is a fountain filled with blood ; Home, sweet home --
"Richmond is a hard road to travel" : music of the Confederate camp. Richmond is a hard road to travel ; The yellow rose of Texas ; Stonewall Jackson's way ; For bales ; Natchez under the hill ; Goober peas ; Children of the heavenly king ; Lorena ; Tattoo. Disc C. "When this cruel war is over" : the fighting drags on. Weeping, sad and lonely, or, When this cruel war is over ; When Johnny comes marching home ; Go in the wilderness ; Marching through Georgia ; The vacant chair, or, We shall meet but we shall miss him --
The southern girl, or, The homespun dress ; Stonewall Jackson's prayer ; General Lee's grand march --
"O, I'm a good old rebel" : the musical legacy of the war. Home, sweet home ; Booth killed Lincoln ; Camp chase ; Roll, Jordan, roll ; Beautiful dreamer ; O, I'm a good old rebel ; Old Dan Tucker ; Spanish fandango ; Amazing grace.