Join us for the Jeff O’Connor lecture series about Colonial America in Schoharie County! The lecture series will be held on the first Tuesday of every month starting February 7th through May 2nd. Please check
What a blast! The 1812 Overture with historic bells and cannons from three centuries! Did you miss it? See it, save it or share it! This unique event was captured live with four cameras by professional video producer Dennis Shaw. The half-hour DVD includes many of the History Fair exhibitors, performers and demonstrations plus the More Info »
Recording by David & Ginger Hildebrand and Julianne Baird Period reproduction instruments including Franklin's glass armonica will be featured on this recording. The songs and instrumental pieces in this CD are those Benjamin Franklin knew and enjoyed during his long and eventful life.
This recording includes songs and instrumental tunes familiar to our first President. Thoroughly researched and performed on reproduction instruments popular in late 18th-century America, these pieces demonstrate the breadth and character of music during George Washington's lifetime. Selected chiefly from 18th-century American sources, they include pieces composed in Washington's honor, songs heard at Mount Vernon More Info »
David and Ginger Hildebrand Over five years of extensive research into the music and instruments of 18th-century Annapolis went into the making of this recording. The selections were recorded at Colonial sites throughout Annapolis using original and authentic reproduction instruments. With its six tune groupings, this recording is very useful in teaching students of all More Info »
Music of the Charles Carroll Family, 1785-1832 David and Ginger Hildebrand In this recording you will hear music from the library of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, one of Maryland's four Signers of the Declaration of Independence. The selections are typical of early American repertory just after the Revolution. Program notes offer historical background, a list More Info »
This stirring album features a collection of songs that shaped the United States during one of her most trying times in history when the United States almost wasn't so. Blue & Gray: Songs of the Civil War includes "Turkey in the Straw," " Shenandoah," "Battle of Shiloh March," and "Battle Hymn of the Republic."
The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps is the only musical unit of its kind in the United States military. Because it is charged to represent the musical history of the Army, the Corps extensively researches all of its music, and much of what it performs is arranged from original sources dating as far back More Info »