Liberty Tree Tavern


wedroy1923

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Hello:

Does anyone have any information regarding the Liberty Tree Tavern BGM?

I've seen a few tracks floating around the Internet that claim to be from Liberty Tree Tavern - including some from Ken Burns' Civil War soundtrack.

I've been getting into early American music, and Liberty Square and the American Adventure have provided a nice point of entry on previous occasions.

Any information is appreciated.

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wedroy1923

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X-S Tech:

Thanks for the information - I'm familiar with Kirsten's site, but as you mentioned, I don't think this list is current and / or accurate.

I heard a live recording recently, and Red River Valley was playing in the background. Unless one of those old tunes is the origin of Red River Valley. I don't know.

The hunt continues.

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wedroy1923

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Bump!

Has anyone done any additional work on the Liberty Tree Tavern loop? Is anyone aware of any additional recordings - live or otherwise - that have surfaced?

There are appear to have been at least two loops, the second including music from Ken Burns' Civil War Soundtrack and William Coulter & Barry Phillips' Simple Gifts, among other sources.

Any information is appreciated.
 

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Has anyone done any additional work on the Liberty Tree Tavern loop? Is anyone aware of any additional recordings - live or otherwise - that have surfaced?
If you treat me to lunch (Delmarva Chicken and Dumplings :)), I'll be happy to grab a recording.

I know I made a recording of this in the past, one night eating with the family, but I cannot find it. :(
 
I downloaded a track a few weeks back that had the title WDW-Liberty Tree Tavern BGM Loop with a running time of a little over 30mins and all the tracks Kirsten has typed up, the loop played and it the exact order. Now I don't know whether this loop is accurate and/or currently used.
 

wedroy1923

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Resurrecting a dead topic ... Has anyone done any additional work on the Liberty Tree Tavern? Any information about what currently plays there?

Here's the information I have:

1) a playlist for a 1970s-era loop associated with Liberty Tree Tavern from the old, defunct, but revered Walt Disney World Song Archive ...

01. Greensleeves
02. With a Down
03. Trio Sonata B-Flat
04. Concoction, Welcome Friends
05. Piacevole
06. Gavotte / Minuet Bouree, Piece Pour Guitare
07. Allegro
08. How Great is the Pleasure
09. Vivace
10. Dlugoraj, Part 1
11. Welcome, Welcome, Every Guest
12. La Majeste / Grace / Vaillance (Georg Philipp Telemann)
13. Since First I Saw Your Face
14. In the Delightful, Pleasant Groves
15. La Vigilance / Gaillardise / Douceur (Georg Philipp Telemann)
16. Dlugoraj, Part 2
17. Matona, Lovely Maiden
18. Three Pieces for Harp
19. He That Will an Ale House Keep
20. Pavane, Concert
21. Coletta
22. Trio in D Major, Andante
23. Five Reasons / Which is the Propest Way to Drink
24. Largo
25. Besard
26. Three Hungarian Folk Songs
27. La Tranquillite (Georg Philipp Telemann)
28. Sophia
29. L'Armement (George Philipp Telemann)
30. To Our Musical Club
31. Affetuoso
32. Now We Are Met

2) a partial playlist for a 1990s-era version ...

01. Christine's Medley [Edited]
02. God Save the King (or My Country, Tis of Thee)
03. Unknown
04. Battle Cry of Freedom
- Ken Burns' The Civil War Original Soundtrack
05. Unknown
06. Intrada & Minuet in G
- Jim Couza, Music for the Hammered Dulcimer
07. Unknown
08. Londonderry Air Medley
- Jim Couza, Music for the Hammered Dulcimer
09. Lorena
- Ken Burns' The Civil War Original Soundtrack
10. Flag of Columbia
- Ken Burns' The Civil War Original Soundtrack
11. Devil's Dream
- Jim Couza, Music for the Hammered Dulcimer
12. Father James' Song / Treasure of the Gospel / I Will Bow and Be Simple
- William Coulter & Barry Phillips, Simple Gifts

3) a short, 2000s-era recording by Dan Smith supposedly from Liberty Tree Tavern that features the songs "Tom Dooley" and "Red River Valley" ... these are the same versions used at Disneyland Paris' Last Chance Cafe and in the same order.

As always, any additional information is appreciated.
 

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