The Tredegar Brass Band was
formed in 2007 to provide heritage music for
The Tredegar Brass Band was formed in 2007 to provide heritage music forCivil War events, clubs and historical functions.
Instrumentation: Two Cornets, One Euphonium, One Tuba and Side Drum (Drum Set)
Our band plays the original arrangements from the band books of the North and South.
We perform music written by Stephen Foster, marches, quicksteps, bugle calls,
and sentimental favorites of the era. Our formal program includes a lecture and discussion of the life,
duties and times of the civil war bandsman.
The authenticity of our music brings to life the sights and sounds of the period.
The band has been featured at the National Park Service, The American Civil War Center,
Hanover Historical Society, Historic Polegreen Church Foundation,
Richmond 150th Emancipation Ceremony, Historic Hanover Tavern,
Hickory Hill Plantation, Fort Pocahontas Reenactment,
and the National Day of the Cowboy in Buckingham County VA.
The Tredegar Brass Band is available to provide soundtracks for video production.
The Tredegar Brass Band for The Lincoln Documentary as presented by The Richmond Times Dispatch – April 17 2011
Richmond Times Dispatch Lincoln Tribute
Richmond Times Dispatch Lincoln Tribute ViewVideo
Night of The Dryer
By John G. Warner – July 23rd 2011