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  1. Like their brothers in arms, the members of the "Wildcat Regiment Band" were swept up in the wave of patriotism enveloping the United States, both North and South, in 1861. During that same year in Pennsylvania, the men of Indiana, Jefferson, Clarion, Clearfield and Westmoreland Counties answered their country's call to arms and joined the standard of the "Wildcat Regiment".---
  2. The Regimental Volunteer Band was formed in 1994 by Civil War living historians and musicians. The Band strives to recreate the look and sound of a typical Union Army Band serving with the Western troops of Grant or Sherman in the years of the War Between the States. The Band plays authentic musical arrangements on original period instruments and performs at military reenactments, concerts, parades, and living history demonstrations.---
  3. The Excelsior Brigade Fife and Drum Corps, is a combination living history fife and drum corps representing field music from the famed Excelsior Brigades and Ancient Fife and Drum Corps representing America's Ancient Fife and Drum tradition. The Excelsiors were the 70th through 74th New York State Volunteer Infantry regiments of the United States' Civil War. The Excelsiors saw action in many battles and were well known for their brilliant performance, professionalism and patriotism.---
  4. Steve Ball is a musician from Columbus Ohio specializing in the music of the American Civil War, and the music and life of Stephen Foster. Steve has studied the American Civil War since his teens, and has devoted the past twenty years to studying the music of this era in American history.---
  5. The Black River Boys are an Old Time string band, playing songs of the 19th century/Civil War era. Tunes range from Patriotic songs of the Union Army, to old Minstrel tunes, Irish pub songs, and a Sea Shanty or two.---

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  1. The Federal City Brass Band, founded in 2002 by Jari Villanueva recreates the sound and appearance of a regular U.S. Army regimental brass band of the 1860s. With the exception of some reproduction rope-tension drums, all of the instruments used by the band are originals dating to the mid 19th century, and come from the collections of band members and from the Mark A. Elrod Collection. The sources of the music the band plays include original band journals and sheet music of the Civil War era.---
  2. Our Reenactment Unit, known as the 46th Pennsylvania Regiment Band (The Logan Guard) was formed in December 1995 by a group of musicians from the Altooona Area of Central Pennsylvania. The band is now run by President, Lt. Rick Long and Principal Musician, Sgt. Maj. Bob Myers.---
  3. The Heritage Brass Band is a volunteer reenactment band based in Dallas, Texas. Dressed in authentic uniforms, they play period music from the Civil War, Indian Wars, and WWII. Much in demand in the Texas area, the Band has performed for dances, ceremonies, reenactments, living histories, funerals, parades, and movie premiers.---
  4. The Carolina Fifes & Drums is an historical, educational non-profit organization formed to preserve authentic martial fife and drum music, or "Field Music," specifically of the American Civil War era. We strive to uphold one of the best musical impressions in the hobby of Civil War reenacting, authentic in the tunes we play and our military decorum. Currently, our ranks hold fifers and drummers from the 26th NC Regiment, reactivated, all males ranging in age from teens to sixties.---
  5. The Providence Brigade Band is a Civil War period brass band. We are a non-profit organization. Our mission is to educate people about the role and effect that brass bands and their music had on both soldier and civilian during the Civil War.---

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  1. The Federal City Brass Band, founded in 2002 by Jari Villanueva recreates the sound and appearance of a regular U.S. Army regimental brass band of the 1860s. With the exception of some reproduction rope-tension drums, all of the instruments used by the band are originals dating to the mid 19th century, and come from the collections of band members and from the Mark A. Elrod Collection. The sources of the music the band plays include original band journals and sheet music of the Civil War era.---
  2. Steve Ball is a musician from Columbus Ohio specializing in the music of the American Civil War, and the music and life of Stephen Foster. Steve has studied the American Civil War since his teens, and has devoted the past twenty years to studying the music of this era in American history.---
  3. Like their brothers in arms, the members of the "Wildcat Regiment Band" were swept up in the wave of patriotism enveloping the United States, both North and South, in 1861. During that same year in Pennsylvania, the men of Indiana, Jefferson, Clarion, Clearfield and Westmoreland Counties answered their country's call to arms and joined the standard of the "Wildcat Regiment".---
  4. Our Reenactment Unit, known as the 46th Pennsylvania Regiment Band (The Logan Guard) was formed in December 1995 by a group of musicians from the Altooona Area of Central Pennsylvania. The band is now run by President, Lt. Rick Long and Principal Musician, Sgt. Maj. Bob Myers.---
  5. The Heritage Brass Band is a volunteer reenactment band based in Dallas, Texas. Dressed in authentic uniforms, they play period music from the Civil War, Indian Wars, and WWII. Much in demand in the Texas area, the Band has performed for dances, ceremonies, reenactments, living histories, funerals, parades, and movie premiers.---

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  1. The Carolina Fifes & Drums is an historical, educational non-profit organization formed to preserve authentic martial fife and drum music, or "Field Music," specifically of the American Civil War era. We strive to uphold one of the best musical impressions in the hobby of Civil War reenacting, authentic in the tunes we play and our military decorum. Currently, our ranks hold fifers and drummers from the 26th NC Regiment, reactivated, all males ranging in age from teens to sixties.---
  2. Steve Ball is a musician from Columbus Ohio specializing in the music of the American Civil War, and the music and life of Stephen Foster. Steve has studied the American Civil War since his teens, and has devoted the past twenty years to studying the music of this era in American history.---
  3. The Regimental Volunteer Band was formed in 1994 by Civil War living historians and musicians. The Band strives to recreate the look and sound of a typical Union Army Band serving with the Western troops of Grant or Sherman in the years of the War Between the States. The Band plays authentic musical arrangements on original period instruments and performs at military reenactments, concerts, parades, and living history demonstrations.---
  4. The Federal City Brass Band, founded in 2002 by Jari Villanueva recreates the sound and appearance of a regular U.S. Army regimental brass band of the 1860s. With the exception of some reproduction rope-tension drums, all of the instruments used by the band are originals dating to the mid 19th century, and come from the collections of band members and from the Mark A. Elrod Collection. The sources of the music the band plays include original band journals and sheet music of the Civil War era.---
  5. Our Reenactment Unit, known as the 46th Pennsylvania Regiment Band (The Logan Guard) was formed in December 1995 by a group of musicians from the Altooona Area of Central Pennsylvania. The band is now run by President, Lt. Rick Long and Principal Musician, Sgt. Maj. Bob Myers.---

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