The National Association for Civil War Brass Music, Inc. (NACWBM)
is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in February 2007.
For the complete mission statement of the NACWBM, please visit the Mission Statement page.
Branches of the NACWBM include The Federal City Brass Band and the 26th North Carolina Regimental Band, performing original music of the
mid-19th century on original instruments of the period.
The NACWBM is also the sponsor of The National Civil War Field Music School, which offers musical and military training for field musicians in the Civil
War re-enacting hobby. Watch for more information about the 2014 National Civil War Field Music School to be held June 6-8, 2014!
Membership in the NACWBM is now available. For a membership form and more information, click here to download the PDF file.
The NACWBM is pleased to be a supporter of TAPS 150, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to commemorating the 150th anniversary of America's
most famous bugle call. The 150th anniversary of Taps will be marked by a series of events and educational programs culminating with a living
history event and re-dedication of the Taps monument at Berkeley Plantation, Harrison's Landing, VA, June 22-24, 2012, on the site of the first
sounding of the call in the summer of 1862. For more information or to register, please visit www.taps150.org, where you can also purchase copies of the
outstanding CD recording, "Day is Done: Music Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Taps." All proceeds go towards defraying the costs of the June
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The National Association for Civil War Brass Music, Inc.
|Site updated January 5, 2012
The 3rd CD recording by The Federal City Brass Band!
Hurrah for the Union!
Music of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War
Featuring the favorite music of Abraham Lincoln in honor of his 200th birthday.
*** 21 musical selections PLUS
20-page booklet of program notes and photos! ***
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Battle Cry of Freedom
Red, White and Blue (recorded live at Ford's Theatre)
Just Twenty Years Ago