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Civil War Scene

Early Victrola Recordings
of Civil War Music



All Early Victrola Recordings of Civil War Music listed below were recorded on 60 minute cassette/CD from a 1918 hand cranked victrola using special equipment to enhance and retain the characteristic victrola sound. To order please send $11.95 for each tape or $16.95 for each CD plus $ 4.95 shipping/handling per order (US and Canada), your name and address, and the tape/CD requested to:


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Civil War Music


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  1. War Songs Performed by Victor Male Chorus
  2. Maryland My Maryland Performed by Herbert Stuart
  3. Goodbye Dolly Gray Performed by Hugh Donovan / Broadway Quartette
  4. Dixie Land Performed by Peerless Quartette
  5. When Johnny Comes Marching Home Performed by Farrar and Columbia Quartette
  6. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp Performed by John Young
  7. Marching Through Georgia Performed by Harlan and Stanley
  8. My Maryland March Performed by Victor Drum, Fife and Bugle Corps
  9. War Songs March Performed by Victor Drum, Fife and Bugle Corps
  10. Just Before the Battle Mother Performed by John Young
  11. Break the News to Mother Performed by Henry Burr and Columbia Stellar Quartette
  12. The Vacant Chair Performed by Hayden Quartet
  13. Battle Hymn of the Republic Performed by Reinald Werrenrath
  14. Lincoln's Speech at Gettysburg 1913 (50th anniversary)
  15. Down Where the Swanee River Flows Performed by Haydn Quartet
  16. The Blue and the Grey Poem by Finch, Performed by Harry E. Humphrey (1913 Memorial Poem on the 50th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg)
  17. Sleep Noble Hearts Performed by Lyric Quartet (1913 Memorial Song on the 50th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg)
  18. The Boys of the Old Brigade Performed by Chautauqua Preachers' Quartette





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