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Fifes and Drums Multimedia

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4th of July Concert
4th of July Concert

Lively dance tunes and spirited medleys are heard on the "The Fifes and Drums of Colonial Williamsburg 4th of July Concert." Performed live on Market Square July 4, 2005, the music also includes a salute to each of the 13 original colonies and concludes with "The Star Spangled Banner" and the sound of fireworks.

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A Grand Entertainment
A Grand Entertainment

Since the first organized Christmas celebration drew visitors to Colonial Williamsburg in 1936, nothing quite matches the beauty, imagination, excitement, pageantry, sights, smells, sounds, and grandeur of the Christmas season in Colonial Williamsburg.

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A Numerous and Brilliant Assembly: A Colonial Williamsburg Musical Sampler
A Numerous and Brilliant Assembly: A Colonial Williamsburg Musical Sampler

Selected performances from nine of Colonial Williamsburg's recordings, including fife and drum marches, chamber music, slave chants, and tavern songs.

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Echoes of Revolution
Echoes of Revolution

Another fine collection of military and marching music performed by the Fifes and Drums of Colonial Williamsburg.

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Marching Out of Time
Marching Out of Time

Exhilarating fife and drum music that marked the routine of military troops during the 18th century and sent the patriots marching into battle.

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The World Turned Upside Down
The World Turned Upside Down

The Fifes and Drums of Colonial Williamsburg carry forward the tradition of military music heard on the battlefields of Yorktown.

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