Where the blood washed on a crucified -
I'll meet my mother - well, some place in -
Harmonica The harmonica, also
known as the "French Harp," was especially popular during the Civil War,
when it became a favorite instrument of soldiers due to its size and
mobility. The low cost of the harmonica, about ten cents in 1850, made
it accessible to those with limited means.
Common Objects (axe,
washboard, sticks, pots, etc.) Everyday objects made cheap
readily available instruments. Washboards, axes, broomsticks and other
items were used to create rhythms with a range of tonal varities.
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