Item number 1310132,
Maureen Sellers is a music historian that has a knack for choosing the very best songs to include in her "themed" books of dulcimer arrangements. Here, she's put together an incomparable selection of songs that were popular during the American civil war. At that period in our history, the mountain dulcimer was still in its infancy - roughly 60 years old - and these songs all translate well to the dulcimer, even today. You'll appreciate the effort she's taken with the arrangements, too!
22 pages.Song list:Aura Lee - DAD - Composed by: George R. Poulton and W. W. Fosdick Battle Cry Of Freedom - DAD - Composed by: George F. Root Battle Hymn Of The Republic - DAD - Composed by: Julia Ward Howe and William Steffe The Bonnie Blue Flag - DAD - Composed by: Harry Macarthy Darling Nelly Gray - DAD - Composed by: Benjamin Russell Hanby Dixie - DAD - Composed by: Daniel D. Emmett The Girl I Left Behind Me - DAD Johnny Is Gone For A Soldier - DAD - Composed by: Septimus Winner Kingdom Coming (Year Of Jubilo) - DAD - Composed by: Henry C. Work Lincoln And Liberty - DAD - Composed by: Jesse Hutchinson Lorena - DAD - Composed by: Rev. H. D. L. Webster and J. P. Webster Lula Is Gone - DAD - Composed by: Stephen C. Foster Marching Through Georgia - DAD - Composed by: Henry C. Work My Old Kentucky Home - DAD - Composed by: Stephen C. Foster Never Forget The Dear Ones - DAD - Composed by: George F. Root Richmond Is A Hard Road To Travel - DAD - Composed by: Daniel D. Emmett Somebody's Darling - DAD - Composed by: Marie Ravenal De La Costa and John Hill Hewitt The Southern Soldier Boy - DAD - Composed by: Capt. G. W. Alexander Tenting Tonight - DAD - Composed by: Walter Kittredge The Vacant Chair - DAD - Composed by: Henry S. Washburn Wait For The Wagon - DAD - Composed by: R. P. Buckley When Johnny Comes Marching Home - DAD - Composed by: Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore
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