Album Remarks & Appraisals:
A colorful variety of music popular in colonial America, from elegant drawing rooms to homely frontier hearths. The title tune, according to legend, was played by Cornwallis's surrendering troops at Yorktown. The album also includes dances, folk songs, an.Ground Music.2004.
Personnel includes: Barry Phillips (harpsichord, clavichord, cello, alto cello, bowed psaltery, percussion), Bruce Abrams, William Coulter (guitar), Todd Phillips (mandolin, bouzouki), Danny Carnahan (fiddle), Chris Latham (violin), Neal Hellman, Rob Petrie (dulcimer), Lars Johannesson (wooden flute), Esther Landau (flute, whistle), Shelley Phillips (English horn, oboe, recorders, harp).
Recorded at Bear Creek Recording, Santa Cruz, California. Includes liner notes by Gail Rich, Neal Hellman and Barry Phillips.
Personnel: Barry Phillips (cello); William Coulter, Bruce Abrams (guitar); Todd Phillips (bouzouki, mandolin); Neal Hellman (dulcimer); Robin Petrie (hammer dulcimer); Shelley Phillips (harp, recorder, oboe, English horn); Barry Philips (psaltery, cello, harpsichord, clavichord, percussion); Danny Carnahan (fiddle); Ester Landau, Lars Johannesson (flute); Jacob Kirckman (harpsichord).
Audio Mixers: Barry Philips; Justin Mayer.
Liner Note Authors: Barry Philips; Gail Rich; Neal Hellman.
Recording information: Bear Creek Studio, Santa Cruz, CA.
Editor: Alan Goldwater.
Photographer: Paul Schraub.
Unknown Contributor Role: Chris Latham.
Arranger: Barry Philips.
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