Henry Clay Work
A printer and an inventor by trade, Henry Clay Work was also the author of a number of popular wartime tunes, written for composer George Root's music publishing house, Root & Cady of Chicago. A diehard abolitionist whose father was rumored to have worked with the Underground Railroad, Work's best-known composition is "Marching Through Georgia".
"Grafted Into the Army" || "Kingdom Coming" || "Corporal Schnapps" || "The Graybacks So Tenderly Clinging" || "Marching Through Georgia"
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