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Various Artists/U.S. Military Bands: A Lincoln Portrait: The Music of Abraham Lincoln

> Hail to the Chief - Hail to the Chief
> The Battle Cry of Freedom - Dixie - When Johnny Comes Marching Home - The Battle Cry of Freedom - Dixie - When Johnny Comes Marching Home
> Annie Laurie - Annie Laurie
> La Marseillaise - La Marseillaise
> Susanna (Oh! Susanna) - Susanna (Oh! Susanna)
> Beautiful Dreamer - Beautiful Dreamer
> Camptown Races - Camptown Races
> Lincoln Portrait (Part 1) - A Lincoln Portrait (Part 1)
> Lincoln Portrait (Part 2) - A Lincoln Portrait (Part 2)
> Lincoln Centennial - Lincoln Centennial
> Maryland, My Maryland - Tenting on the Old Campground - John Brown's Body - Battle Hymn of the Republic - Maryland, My Maryland - Tenting on the Old Campground - John Brown's Body - Battle Hymn of the Republic
> Listen to the mocking bird (arr. S. Winner) - Listen to the Mockingbird
> The President's March (Hail Columbia) - The President's March (Hail Columbia)
> La forza del destino (arr. for wind ensemble) - La forza del destino (arr. for wind ensemble)
> Funeral March in Memory of President Lincoln, Op. 9, "Solemn March" - Solemn March
> Amazing Grace - Amazing Grace
> Eternal Father - Eternal Father
> Taps - Taps
> The Star Spangled Banner - The Star Spangled Banner

Track List

>Hail To the Chief
>Civil War Medley
>Annie Laurie
>Marseillaise, The
>Oh, Susannah
>Beautiful Dreamer
>Camptown Races
>Lincoln Portrait, Part 1, A
>Lincoln Portrait, Part 2, A
>Lincoln Centennial (1909 Historic Recording)
>Civil War Medley 2
>Listen To the Mockingbird
>President's March, The (Hail Columbia)
>La Forza Del Destino
>Solemn March
>Amazing Grace
>Eternal Father, Strong To Save
>Taps
>Star Spangled Banner, The

Album Notes

Performed by various military bands and orchestras, including that of the Coast Guard, which performs Aaron Copland's "A Lincoln Portrait," this collection of music from the mid-19th century includes Abraham Lincoln's favorite pieces, as well as narration by the grand old man of American news broadcasting, Walter Cronkite. In their performances of these military songs of the Civil War era, including "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," "John Brown's Body," and "Battle Hymn of the Republic," as well as popular songs like "Camptown Races," "Listen to the Mockingbird," and "Hail Columbia," these musicians rousingly portray the music of a bygone era.



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