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Phillip Eric Bailey

Fallen Timbers  Play

Phillip Eric Bailey Horn
Phillip Eric Bailey Piano
Phillip Eric Bailey Double Bass
Phillip Eric Bailey Pan Pipes
Phillip Eric Bailey Guitar

Recorded on 10/30/2009, uploaded on 10/13/2010

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copyright 2009 DerangedMusic  Recorded at Crazy Mountain Studio, Livingston, Montana

Description: In 1794 in the Original Northwest Territory (What is now Ohio) a confederation of the Shawnee nation led by Tecumseh, met in battle against the emerging American Continental Army. The battle took place in a forest called Fallen Timbers (English translation) by the natives. A few years before the battle a tornado had swept through the forest and a vast array of trees had been destroyed.

Tecumseh had previously made an arrangement with the British forces that, if, the battle was taking a turn for the worst for the Shawnee, the British would allow the to take refuge in a nearby fort.

The Shawnee were overwhelmed by the Americans and when the Shawnee retreated to the British fort the British refused them entrance.

It was a tragic defeat for the Shawnee which marked the end of an era for them but yet it marked the beginning of an era for another nation.


00:01-00:31 Gathering of forces
00:31-00:57 Americans Advance
00:57-01:48 The Battle
01:48-02:52 Aftermath
02:52-03:46 American victory march
03:46-05:12 End of an era

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Very nice , I like it a lot, I just came on board this web site. Your mix of instruments is good . -----Ken Abbott

Submitted by Ken on Fri, 10/15/2010 - 08:59. Report abuse

I fell in love with this for the first time today. It is so electrical and cool. It's slow then fast then slow again. I love it. Actually, I only made my account today.

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