journey through the years in song and story---from George Washington to
John F. Kennedy, through the words of Robert Frost, Carl Sandburg, Ralph
Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman; the music of Stephen Foster, George M.
Cohan and others, The American Scrapbook celebrates the spirit that is
America, past and present!
An excellent program written,
assembled and recited by Andrew Macmillan, celebrated actor and
narrator. Music performed by Charlie Zahm and Tad Marks.
A 60-minute journey so enjoyable I
promise you will be lost in the moments of our history!
2. The Cotters Saturday Night (Robert Burns)
3. Concord Hymn (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
4. The Girl I Left Behind Me (Traditional)5. The English in New York
6. The Blacksmith of Brandywine
(Garvey/Armstrong)7. Ethan Allen (Ken Davis)
8. The Capture of Crown Point
9. Carl Sandburg on Jefferson and Franklin
10. Jefferson and Liberty (Traditional)
11. The World Turned Upside Down (John R. Davis)
12. The War of 1812/Yankee Doodle (Traditional)
13. Soldiers Joy (Traditional)
14. Hard Times (Stephen Foster)
15. Stephen Foster Medley
Old Black Joe/My Old Kentucky Home/Oh! Susanna
16. Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster)
17. Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming (Stephen Foster)
18. John Brown (Henry David Thoreau)
19. Battle Hymn of the Republic (Julia Ward Howe)
20. Mr. Lincoln and His Gloves (Carl Sandburg)
21. Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground
(Walter Kitteredge/ All Quiet Along the Potomac)
(Ethel Lynn Beers) 22.
Maryland, My Maryland (James Ryder Randall) 23. Dixie (Dan Emmett)
24. Ten Cents a Dance (Rodgers and Hart) 25.
Over There (George M. Cohan)/Pack Up Your Troubles
26. Song of Myself (Walt Whitman)
27. George M. Cohan
28. Cohan Medley---Forty Minutes from Broadway
/Give My Regards to Broadway
29. Walter Hard by John Nassivera
30. The Gift Outright (Robert Frost)
/America the Beautiful
(Samuel Ward/Katherine Lee Bates)
Please send orders to this address: Charlie Zahm
1026 Olive Street
Coatesville, PA 19320
(610) 806-3493 Add $2.00 postage for first item, 50 cents for each