Credits for the Recording

HARD TIMES COME AGAIN NO MORE: American Music of the Civil War Era

Elizabeth Anne Fulford, music director
Andrea Blackford, associate music director
Charlie Pilzer & Greg Lewis, producers
Heritage Montgomery, executive producer

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Charlie Pilzer at Airshow, Takoma Park, MD
Duplicated by Oasis Disc Manufacturing
Graphic design by Ruthie Logsdon and Jeanne Keskinen

Licensed from other recordings:

from London Sessions (2004), written by Pete Cooper, ©1995 PRS
performed by Pete Cooper & Frank Kilkelly (used by permission)

The Battle Cry of Freedom • Give Thanks All Ye People
from Hurrah for the Union! Music of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War ©2009
performed by The Federal City Brass Band (used by permission)

General Bugle
from Pride of the Regiment ©2003
performed by The Federal City Brass Band (used by permission)

Move Forward • Good News • Susannah Gals • Evening Star Waltz
from Behold That Star! An American Song Quilt ©1999
performed by Washington Revels (used by permission)

Special Thanks

This CD recording, and its companion documentary Life in a War Zone: Montgomery County during the Civil War 1861-1865, were produced with generous support from:

MHAA LogoThe Maryland Heritage Areas Authority -- this project has been financed in part with State Funds from the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, an instrumentality of the State of Maryland.

The National Park Service Preserve America Program

The material in the documentary is based upon work assisted by a grant from the: