Classical Brass - Honor To Our Soldiers - Music Of The Civil War album flac
Title: Honor To Our Soldiers - Music Of The Civil War
Style: Brass Band
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Genre: Brass and Military
Honor To Our Soldier. A4. Salutation To America Grand Polka. Music from the Books of the Band of the 27th North Carolina Regiment, . Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
During the Civil War, when soldiers from across the country commingled, the multifarious strands of American music began to cross-fertilize each other, a process that was aided by the burgeoning railroad industry and other technological developments that made travel and communication easier. In July 1862 the brass bands of the Union were disassembled by the adjutant general, although the soldiers that comprised them were sometimes reenlisted and assigned to musician roles. The narrator is usually a distinguished person the orchestra wishes to honor; among them have been Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and Barack Obama. Struble, John Warthen (1995). The History of American Classical Music. Facts on File, Inc. ISBN 0-8160-2927-X. Turner, Thomas Reed (2007).
Honor to Our Soldiers. Honor to Our Soldiers. William Withers, Jr. Classical Brass. 4. Salutation to America, Grand Polka. 5. Lustspiel Overture, Op 73. Adalbert Von Kéler Béla. From the Books of the Band of the 26th N. C. Regiment, C. S. A. 23. Lousia Polka (Books of the Band of the 26th N. A).
Here are ten great pieces of classical music that dramatize war, celebrate its resolution, and recall its sacrifices. 10. Franz Liszt: The Battle of the Huns. One of the composer’s many tone poems, Franz Liszt’s en in 1857-was inspired by the painting of the same name by Wilhelm von Kaulbach, which depicts the battle of the Catalaunian Fields of 451.
Black soldiers had fought in the Revolutionary War and-unofficially-in the War of 1812, but state militias had excluded African Americans since 1792. Army had never accepted black soldiers. Did you know? Sixteen black soldiers won the Congressional Medal of Honor for their brave service in the Civil War. After the Civil War broke out, abolitionists such as Frederick Douglass argued that the enlistment of black soldiers would help the North win the war and would be a huge step in the fight for equal rights: Once let the black man get upon his person the brass letters, . let him get an eagle on his button, and a. musket on his shoulder and bullets in his pocket, Douglass said, and there is no power on earth which can deny that he has earned the right to citizenship.
Background "Once let the black man get upon his person the brass letter, . let him get an eagle on his button, and a musket on his shoulder and bullets in his pocket, there is no power on earth that can deny that he has earned the right to citizenship. By the end of the Civil War, roughly 179,000 black men (10% of the Union Army) served as soldiers in the . Army and another 19,000 served in the Navy. Nearly 40,000 black soldiers died over the course of the war-30,000 of infection or disease. Black soldiers served in artillery and infantry and performed all noncombat support functions that sustain an army, as well. Black carpenters, chaplains, cooks, guards, laborers, nurses, scouts, spies, steamboat pilots, surgeons, and teamsters also contributed to the war cause. There were nearly 80 black commissioned officers.
The Civil War in Four Minutes: Black Soldiers. This video is part of the American Battlefield Trust's In4 video series, which presents short videos on basic Civil War topics. Our Preservation Work. Michael McAfee discusses Civil War equipment. Emancipation Proclamation. Historian Hari Jones describes the series of events which led President Abraham Lincoln to issue the Emancipation Proclamation. This video is part of the Civil War Trust's In4 video series, which presents short videos on basic Civil War topics.
This resource was created by Kirk Steyer, the 2017 Liljenquist Family Fellow at the Library of Congress. For soldiers and civilians embroiled in the Civil War, music was a near-constant companion. memory even today attest to the importance of music to those caught up in the Civil War. Between 1861 and 1865, soldiers left their homes and traversed the country to fight in the Civil War, bringing with them songs, rhythms, and, in some cases, instruments. Both Union and Confederate armies employed professional bands composed mainly of brass instruments such as the saxhorn and bugle. Early in the war, the Union army required two musicians for each company and a band for each regiment, although it soon reassigned most of those personnel to combat roles.
He devised the brass music for Lenin’s funeral in 1924 with a band consisting mostly of children left homeless by war. He also led the orchestra at the annual Red Square parade in Moscow in 1941, with German forces less than 20 miles away. Most of his music was burnt by a friend immediately after his death. The wistful, tender To Gratiana, a pinnacle of English song, reminds us of the talent lost in the first world war. 10 The Last Post.
|A1.||The Star-Spangled Banner||1:05|
|A2||Dixie & The Bonnie Blue Flag||2:24|
|A3||Honor To Our Soldiers||2:59|
|A4||Salutation To America Grand Polka||1:34|
|A6||My Heart's With My Nora||1:10|
|A8||O Ye Tears||0:49|
|A11||Wrecker's Daughter Quickstep||1:27|
|A12||Selections From Rigoletto||6:36|
|B3||Wood Up Quickstep||2:26|
|B6||Sextet & Cavatina From Lucia di Lammermoor||5:22|
|B11||Light Cavalry Overture||6:44|
- Horn – Lynden Mitchell
- Trombone – Scott Shelsta
- Trumpet – Woodrow English, Dennis Edelbrock
- Tuba – Jack Tilbury
NotesMusic from the Books of the Band of the 27th North Carolina Regiment, C.S.A 1981
|912959F||Classical Brass||Honor To Our Soldiers - Music Of The Civil War (CD)||Musical Heritage Society, Inc.||912959F||US||1991|