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Songs of the Civil War: Causes and soldiers’ experience. In the first lesson, students will examine popular patriotic songs of the Civil War era to identify the reasons that both the North and South gave for fighting the Civil War.
They will then have to compare these reasons with previous or future analysis of other lessons in which they examined documents relating to secession and the buildup to the war. In the second lesson, students will examine popular songs sung in the army to identify the common foot soldier’s actual experiences and attitudes in fighting the War. Historical Background Music played an important role during the Civil War, both on the war front and the homefront.
Songs of the Civil War - Smithsonian Folkways. Top Ten American Civil War Songs. “I don’t believe we can have an army without music.”
—Robert E. Lee“If we’d had your music, sir, we’d have whipped you out of your boots.” — A Confederate officer at Appomattox to his Union counterpart It would be hard to overestimate the ubiquity and importance of music during the American Civil War. In the camps of both North and South, regimental bands regularly inspired, amused, and consoled soldiers, who on a daily basis faced the threat of death, both from the mysterious onslaught of disease, borne by bugs they could not see, and from the bullets and cannon-shot of the enemy, whom they saw all too clearly in the close-quarter combat of the era.
Far from their homes, music provided a diversion from both loneliness and terror; on the march and in battle, it infused the men with a spirit of élan and commitment to their cause. Music of the 1860's. Music during the Civil War. Music during the Civil War Heather WeissCarbondale Community High School, Carbondale Music played a significant role in Illinois during the Civil War.