An Essay on the Replication of the Usage of Field Music by the Continental Army of the United States During the War for Independence
A small pamphlet by James Daniel which covers the beats, and signals used in camp as well as those used by a column on the march, the trooping of the colours and the musical duty of the Continental Army. In addition to these subjects, the work also covers the Regulations of the Continental Army and the standing orders for the Field Music. Also included are the Ceremonies of the Colours as performed in British Regiments. This work is full of information concerning a most important aspect of the re-enacting hobby. The work is bound in a blue wrap with printed title on the cover in an appropriate 18th century style.