Founded in 1996 in Lilburn, GA, the
Continental Regiment Fife & Drum
is dedicated to the preservation of 18th century
military music.

In general there are two sorts
of military music associated with early America.
One is a "Band of Musick" which
consisted of professional musicians hired by officers to play
music at parades, during meals, and for dancing.

Grand Union

The other type of music, known as
the "Field Musick," consisted of fifers and drummers
who played during the march, during battle, and
for the Camp Duty which regulated
the soldiers' lives.

The Continental Regiment Fife & Drum strives
to present an authentic impression of these types of music
heard during the American Revolution.

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Please direct all comments and/or inquiries to: Ron Aylor.

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