Rosin the Beau

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Something for the weekend.  Rosin the Beau.  A traditional Irish folk song, it was popular among soldiers on both sides during the Civil War.  It gave the tune to the most stirring election song in American history: Lincoln and Liberty Too:

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  1. Begging your pardon, but I think the correct title is “Rosin the bow”, i.e. apply rosin to the bow of a violin/fiddle before playing. Sorry for being pedantic.

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