Jackson's March (1)

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JACKSON'S MARCH. AKA and see "Green Willis (1)," "Chapel Hill Serenade," "Raw Recruit (The)." Old-Time, March (6/8 time). Tune played at a 1913 Atlanta, Ga. fiddling contest by J.B. Singley of Logansville, Ga. The title may or may not refer to the famous flanking march made by the Confederate general Stonewall Jackson, at Chancelorsville in 1863. It is just as likely it was a march played by a musician named Jackson, or perhaps even a reference to General and President Andrew Jackson.

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