Produced by Andy Redmond
Co-Produced by Brant Schroeder
Andy Redmond – rope tension snare & bass drums, cymbals, bodhran, vocals, arrangements, historic documentation, research and liner notes
Caywood Jones – highland bagpipes, fifes, arrangements, historic documentation
Robert Philbin – horns, brass arrangements
George Rabbai – Eb cornet, bugle, Mary Torbey – fife, historic documentation, Bayard Osthaus - fife, Laray Collins – Eb bass & voice, Sarah Post – Bb baritone, Kevin Sykes – Eb alto, Charlie Zahm – recitation
The studio recordings were accomplished in ensemble and by individual multi-tracking.
Instruments include Ferrary fifes, Cooperman drums, Henderson bagpipes (cane reed),
period and reproduction rotary & piston valve brass, Zildjian cymbals.
Recorded by Brant Schroeder at His Studio, Phoenixville, PA
Additional recording by Laray Collins at Mulberry Street Studios, NYC
Mixed by Andy Redmond & Brant Schroeder
Mastered by Dean Bailin at 4 Cats Studios, NYC
“Field Music under Fire” sound design by Andy Redmond, Brant Schroeder & Laray Collins
Manufactured and Printed by Disc Makers, Pennsauken, NJ
All music in the public domain (brass band percussion scores by A. Redmond)
Dedication and thanks…
With thanks to the following individuals, museums, research facilities and organizations:
Dr. Tom Ricks, Tom Mort, George Kusel, Jim Smith, Jari Villanueva, Mark Elrod, Ed Boyle, Sue Cifaldi, George Carroll, Dr. Anthony Waskie, Jodi Letizia, Michael & Jessica Mullan, Scott Shablin, Ken & Bruce Cavender, David Scott Smith, Rich Cummines, Brian Cassidy, New York Historical Society, New York Caledonian Club, New York & Phila.Public Libraries, U.S. Army War College, National Civil War Museum, GAR Museum & Library, Phila. PA, Civil War Museum & Library, Phila. PA, National Museum of American History, Gettysburg National Battlefield Museum, Company of Fifers and Drummers, The Company of Military Historians, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (Anna M. Ross Camp #1), 28th PA Historical Society, Musicians of the Mifflin Guard &US Volunteers and…all living historians who continue the traditions of the military musician.
Andy wishes to dedicate this work to the memory of Robert H. Redmond (1925-1966) & William E. Munnis (1932-2007)…father and step-father, U.S.N. veterans and highland drummers.
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