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THE CONFEDERACY, 1861-1865. Columbia Masterworks DL-220 12" LP record album in beautifully embossed fabric album with gilt titles and illustrations, applied flag lithograph, and attached 32-page illustrated book about the Civil War and the Confederate Army. Columbia Records proudly presents "The Confederacy" based on music of the North during the Years 1861-1865. Featuring the National Gallery Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bales; the Cantata Choir of the Lutheran Church of the Reformation, Mezzo-Soprano Florence Kopleff, Baritone Thomas Pyle, and Narrator Reverend Edmund Jennings Lee. Recorded at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Includes an attached 32-page illustrated book about the Civil War, with essays by Bruce Catton, and Clifford Dowdey. Measures 14" x 12.5". Released 195? Condition: Record is close to near mint. Cover has some fading, otherwise it is in excellent condition as are the contents of the book inside. No promo or cut-out markings of any kind.