A touch of martial music



The stirring strains of Civil War music filled the Plymouth Arts Center Saturday as the Plymouth Historical Society continued its 25th anniversary celebration by presenting a concert by the Regimental Volunteer Band of Wisconsin. The group played Civil War music from waltzes to quick steps to marches to popular tunes on authentic period instruments. The next event in the society’s year-long celebration will be the annual Ladies’ Tea Saturday, Sept. 12, at First Congregational UCC, featuring the program “Hoops and Bustles: A Look at Victorian Women’s Fashion.” The stirring strains of Civil War music filled the Plymouth Arts Center Saturday as the Plymouth Historical Society continued its 25th anniversary celebration by presenting a concert by the Regimental Volunteer Band of Wisconsin. The group played Civil War music from waltzes to quick steps to marches to popular tunes on authentic period instruments. The next event in the society’s year-long celebration will be the annual Ladies’ Tea Saturday, Sept. 12, at First Congregational UCC, featuring the program “Hoops and Bustles: A Look at Victorian Women’s Fashion.”



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