By Lewis S Winstock
Lewis Winstock during this pioneer paintings investigates the genuine track of conflict. His booklet features a lengthy narrative, a very good number of squaddies' songs - ribald, rousing, sentimental, satirical, over fifty of that are prepared for the piano. using instrumental track in conflict is additionally coated, previous favourites are re-appraised, and a few weird and wonderful tales spread. to discover fabric for his booklet, the writer has combed the memoirs of the warriors of Cromwell, Wolfe, Marlborough, Wellington, Roberts and Buller, to call yet a couple of. the result's a booklet of price to the historian and musician, and one that may still satisfaction the overall reader.
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