Henry Clay Work Who Shall Rule This American Nation Songs Of The Civil War Era - vinyl LP
USED VINYL RECORD
12 inch 33 rpm vinyl LP
Released in 1975, Nonesuch Records H-71317 Henry Clay Work was born in Middletown, Connecticut and was an active abolitionist and Union supporter. His family's home became a stop on the Underground Railroad, assisting runaway slaves to freedom in Canada, for which his father was once imprisoned.
Work was self-taught in music. By the time he was 23, he worked as a printer in Chicago, specializing in setting musical type. He allegedly composed in his head as he worked, without a piano, using the noise of the machinery as an inspiration.
Who Shall Rule This American Nation?
Grafted Into The Army
Poor Kitty Popcorn, or The Soldiers Pet
When The "Evening Star" Went Down
The Buckskin Bag of Gold
Come Home Father
Uncle Joe's "Hail Columbia"
The Picture On The Wall
Take Them Away-They'll Drive Me Crazy!
Agnes By The River
Crossing The Grand Sierras
The Silver Horn
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