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Music from the
19th Century

Performances by today's artists that recreate the music of Lewis & Clark's day.

 

 

 


The Discovery String Band, "Most Perfect Harmony" CD

"Most Perfect Harmony" -
Lewis & Clark: A Musical Journey-

The Discovery String Band

The Discovery String Band (Cathy Barton & Dave Para, Paul & Win Grace, and Bob Dyer) meld a variety of traditional 18th and 19th century songs and contemporary compositions to create a musical voyage along the Expedition's route.
2003. CD, $15.00.

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Slosberg, "Pierre Cruzatte: A Musical Journey Along the Lewis & Clark Trail"

Pierre Cruzatte:
A Musical Journey Along the
Lewis & Clark Trail-

Daniel Slosberg

The Expedition members were from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, including French, Scots, Irish, and English.
Slosberg and his friends play a variety of instruments known to the Corps' members, and present a selection of songs that reflect the members' hard work and their
joie de vivre.
2002. CD, $16.00.

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Various, "Lewis & Clark: Sounds of Discovery" CD

Lewis & Clark:
Sounds of Discovery

Recorded on location at several sites along the Trail, artists present both European-American and American Indian music with which the Corps would have been familiar.
CD, $16.00.

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The Trail Band, "Lewis and Clark" CD

Lewis & Clark -
The Trail Band

The Trail Band employs a number of 18th and 19th century instruments, like the dudelsack and the flageolet, to present songs from the era of the Expedition and modern compositions reflecting the Corps's accomplishments. Features "Shenandoah," "Saint Anne's Reel," and "Drive The Cold Winter Away."
1999. CD, $16.00.

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The New Columbia Fiddlers, "Fiddle Tunes of the Lewis & Clark Era" CD

Fiddle Tunes of the Lewis & Clark Era -
The New Columbia Fiddlers

While we don't know what specific tunes were played by the members of the Expedition, research has uncovered several popular songs from the late 1700s and early 1800s, which are presented here. Includes "Yankee Doodle," "Soldier's Joy," "Pop Goes the Weasel" and other favorites.
2002. CD, $16.00.

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Turner, Bushee & Wilson, "Music in the Age of Jefferson" CD

Music in the Age of Jefferson -
Rob Turner, Kevin Bushee, Lynanne Wilson

Recorded in the Dome Room of the University of Virginia, the trio presents works by Jefferson's contemporaries, including Haydn and Mozart.
1997. CD, $16.00.

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Montana Chorale, "Voices of Discovery" CD

Voices of Discovery -
The Montana Chorale

The Chorale presents a selection of traditional 19th century music, including "Chester" and "Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier."
1998. CD, $16.00.

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