It's actually three siblings.All good choices. I was just about to submit my choice but I see 7th Mississippi Infantry beat me to it. The Southern version of Battle Cry of Freedom is very good, but this girl makes it even better.
I forgot to add, the youngest little boy plays the dulcimer better than some very famous "old school" country music legends.Many thanks 7th Mississippi Infantry for that second video. I have enjoyed watching both of them many times, now maybe others may get that pleasure as well.
Yeah, I think that video is about 9 years old isn't?I forgot to add, the youngest little boy plays the dulcimer better than some very famous "old school" country music legends.
He's no doubt an adult now with his own children, but I hope he landed in Nashville.
Haven’t heard any of these. Will have to listen to them later. Thanks!My favourite Southern tunes:
"THE BONNIE BLUE FLAG." (H. MCCARTHY; 1861)
"GOD SAVE THE SOUTH."
"HARP OF THE SOUTH AWAKE!" (J. M. Kilgoth & C. L. Peticolas; 1863)
"THE FLAG OF SECESSION" (1861)
"THE FORREST SCHOTTISCH" (E. C. E. Vile; 1863)
"UP WITH THE FLAG." (DR. Wm. B. HARRELL; 1863)
"CONFEDERATE LAND." (E. CHASSAIGNAC & H. H. STRAWBRIDGE; 1861)
"THE SONG OF THE SOUTH." (J. H. HUBER; 1861)
"GOD DEFENDETH THE RIGHT." (MRS DUBOSE & H. SCHREINER; 1861)
"AWAKE! TO ARMS IN TEXAS!"
"THE FLAG OF THE SOUTHLAND." (MAJOR E. W. CAVE, OF HOUSTON, TEXAS)
"OUR GLORIOUS FLAG." ("A VICKSBURG SONG.")
"SOUTHERN BATTLE SONG."
"BAYOU CITY GUARDS’ DIXIE."
"THE BARS AND STARS." (W. A. HAYNES)
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