Published December 1999
by Stackpole Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||398|
Every generation finds new insight into the times. What has largely been ignored is the role of songs in America’s Civil War. This book chronicles the war’s social history in terms of its seldom discussed musical side, and is told from the perspective of the : E. Lawrence Abel. singing the new nation Published by User, 19 years ago I wrote this book to show how Confederate music during the war reveals the social history of the South during the war. The book is not a bibliogrpahy of sheet music nor simply a collection of lyrics.5/5(3). Get this from a library! Singing the new nation: how music shaped the Confederacy, [E Lawrence Abel]. Explores the aspect of music on the Southern war effort by telling the story of the private lives of generals, ordinary soldiers, and families across the South as well as the triumph and tragedy that accompanied the Civil War.
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