Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Singing Dixie as High Art


The Hastings College Choir prepared this classic setting for a 'command performance' at the 2009 dedication of the Morrison-Reeves Science Center on campus. Dr. Fritz Mountford, conductor. They are, of course, racist hate filled bastids.

Black Confederates

Now read WhenRucker called the roll—A Soldier’s Story


Stu Tarlowe said...


Although it was written (not by Stephen Foster) in the vernacular, grammatically speaking it should be "I wish I were in the land of cotton…I wish I were in Dixie"!

David aka True Blue Sam said...

I wish they did "De Camptown Ladies." I checked, they don't. Oh Well.

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