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1865: Songs of Hope and Home from the American Civil War

Anonymous 4, Bruce Molsky

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1
Weeping, Sad and Lonely, or, When this Cruel War is Over
Henry Tucker; Charles Carroll Sawyer; Anonymous 4; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
5:23
2
Darling Nelly Gray
B.R. Hanby; Marsha Genensky; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
5:32
3
Hard times come again no more
Stephen Foster; Marsha Genensky; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
4:21
4
Sweet Evelina
Anonymous; Marsha Genensky; Anonymous 4
2:49
5
Bright Sunny South
Traditional; Bruce Molsky; Bruce Molsky
3:20
6
The Southern Soldier Boy / Rebel Raid
Anonymous; C.W. Alexander; Marsha Genensky; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
3:47
7
Tenting on the Old Camp Ground
Walter Kittredge; Marsha Genensky; Anonymous 4
4:36
8
Aura Lea
George R. Poulton; W.W. Fosdick; Bruce Molsky; Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek; Bruce Molsky
5:56
9
Listen to the Mocking Bird
Alice Hawthorne; Anonymous 4; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
3:16
10
Camp Chase
Traditional; Bruce Molsky; Bruce Molsky
2:18
11
Brother Green
Traditional; Anonymous; Bruce Molsky; Bruce Molsky
2:58
12
The Faded Coat of Blue, or, The Nameless Grave
J.H. McNaughton; Anonymous 4; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
3:32
13
The Maiden in the Garden
Anonymous; Bruce Molsky; Ruth Cunningham; Bruce Molsky
3:39
14
The True Lover's Farewell
Anonymous; Marsha Genensky; Marsha Genensky; Bruce Molsky
2:28
15
Home, Sweet Home / Polly Put the Kettle On
Henry Bishop; John Howard Payne; Anonymous 4; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
3:10
16
The Picture on the Wall
Henry Clay Work; Marsha Genensky; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
3:01
17
Abide with Me
William H. Monk; Henry F. Lyte; Anonymous 4; Anonymous 4
3:25
18
Shall We Gather At The River
Robert Lowry; Anonymous 4; Anonymous 4; Bruce Molsky
3:05
Total Playing Time    66:36
Anonymous 4 and special guest Bruce Molsky commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the (American) Civil War with songs that were in the air in the year 1865. Ballads and choruses originally intended for the stage and the parlor, songs and instrumental tunes from the hills and back roads of America: these are the stylized, versified, personal stories prized by so many men, women and children who lived through "This Cruel War."
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