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    I Already know the calls. i am now Learning Rote. The original way they wrote music back then.

    at some events, i am usally the most experianced musician, because i can play all of the calls and i can play good. im not trying to brag. but last year at the Cascades main stream muster, i got invited into Camp chase and the
    1st Michigan Colonial Fife and Drum Corp. but i declined. i am more into showing my skills out on the field at events, not just going to concerts and playing. and i am not trying to act like U of M drumline or something. i am playing correct and everything.

    i am from South east Michigan

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    is there a online source where i can get those other guides. i have B+E, and i would like to have more guides! thanks alot


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    the minstel boy to the war has gone, in the ranks of death you will find him!

    the minstrel boy has always been my favorite to sing after hours arround the camp fire after hours, even hough i cant sing worth a hoot!

    thanks,
    Jurgitem Valetem

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    but keep in mind that at an event you have a duty, just as the rank and file soldiers do.
    Speaking of muscian duties, won't it be great at an event to see a group of them behind the battle lines actually carrying and/or assisting wounded back to a functioning aid station? Seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tompritchett
    Speaking of muscian duties, won't it be great at an event to see a group of them behind the battle lines actually carrying and/or assisting wounded back to a functioning aid station? Seriously.
    You missed Payne's Farm, I guess.

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    i almost did that at Perryville,, but decided to be in the ranks
    John R. Legg


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    I always like it when the tooters go in with the shooters. We like to sing Rose of Alabama while on the march. I don't know the names of any of the fife tunes, but I like the one that the Federals play alot.
    Derrick Pugh

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    You missed Payne's Farm, I guess.
    Yes I did unfortunately. However, I hope Payne's Farm will not be the only time this practice occurs.
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    Kingdonm comeing and KEMO KIMO colby and Dennis always sing it when were at events with them.."with high ho in comes sally" aww never mind...

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    A kick a$$ version of Yankee Doodle would be nice!
    Respects, Scott B. Lesch

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    How 'bout **** on the Wabash? It really gets the blood flowing.


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