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Historical Harmonies’ Colonial Revelers brings alive the music of the American Colonial Period, as reflected in our first CD, Revelry, Reflection, and Revolution, a sampling of songs sung in taverns (Revelry), sacred music (Reflection), and songs designed to incite and support America’s struggle for independence (Revolution).

May Day Revelers focus on English, Welsh and Celtic songs, ranging from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance and up into 18th and 19th centuries.

Our Victorian Carolers specialize in Christmas music popular during the late 19th century. Many of the songs are the familiar carols we've all come to know and love, such as "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing."


CD's and individual tracks of our music may be purchased at the following sites:

We now have a second CD
Down Among the Dead Men

Featuring such songs as:
Down among the Dead Men
Banbury Ale
Blow Away the Morning Dew
I Gave Her Cakes - Purcell
Jefferson and Liberty
Landlord Fill the Flowing Bowl
Malt's Come Down
Miller of Dee
On Independence
Over the Hills and Far Away
Sir Walter
The Liberty Song
To the Ladies
With Horns and Hounds

Download a sampling of our songs:

God Save Our Thirteen States
Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier

Now We Are Met


Yankee Doodle

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