Singing the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865
Stackpole Books, 2000 - 398 pagine
From the recruiting songs that celebrated early war efforts to the 'lost cause' songs of the Confederacy's last days, this study chronicles how music helped the South discover and celebrate its identity.
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This book doubles as a good read and a reference book. It tells the stories of what role music held for the Confederate forces in the Civil War. I jumped at this book when I found it. The writing is excellent and the songs are familiar. Leggi recensione completa