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Music of the War of 1812 / Various
Music of the War of 1812 / Various
Music of the War of 1812 / Various

Music of the War of 1812 / Various

Product ID : 2476200


Galleon Product ID 2476200
UPC / ISBN 727908135107
Shipping Weight 0.05 lbs
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Manufacturer Cd Baby
Shipping Dimension 5.2 x 4.88 x 0.31 inches
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Brand Cd Baby
Genre Spoken
Number Of Discs 2
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2012-11-23
Release Date 2012-11-23
Running Time 104
UPC 727908135107
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About Music Of The War Of 1812 / Various

Released in late November, double CD which includes the public radio program "From Broadside to Anthem: Music of the War of 1812" and additional period music, by David Hildebrand and other guest musicians. RIGOROUSLY RESEARCHED, the spoken and sung words on "Music of the War of 1812" bring life to the issues, thoughts, and stories of this critical period of American history -- with both drama and humor. Some featured pieces include Madison's March, Decatur and the Navy, The Anacreontick Song, Perry's Victory, The Battle of Baltimore, Before the Lord We Bow (a hymn composed by Francis Scott Key) The first disc is a one-hour public radio program entitled "Broadside to Anthem: Music of the War of 1812," written, produced, narrated and performed by David Hildebrand and guest musicians The second disc, entitled "Twenty American Songs, Marches and Dances," includes most of the recorded pieces within the radio show, plus additional selections, but without the spoken commentary. Featured guest performers include Ginger Hildebrand, the US Naval Academy Glee Club, The Sons of Harmony of St. John's College, and singers from Westminster Choir College. Recorded in Princeton, NJ, Conceived and Produced by David Hildebrand This project funded in large part through the generosity of WWFM - The Classical Network, For further information and ordering online visit www.1812music.org