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The Civil War Troopers delight crowds with their contemporary arrangements of 19th Century field music. The stirring sounds of the 1800s are brought to life by the Civil War Troopers through their unique and contemporary arrangements of 19th Century field music.

Founded in 1982, the Troopers perform in parades, musters and at festivals throughout the Hudson Valley and the New England states. They have appeared in halftime shows at West Point and on television's popular morning show Good Day, New York.

Join The Troopers! Have fun with us! Through their performances, the Troopers strive to foster an appreciation of fife and drum music. To educate the public about the history and traditions of American field music, they host an annual Muster, bringing fife and drum corps from New England and other states together to "muster on the village green" in a tradition dating back to colonial times.

Join the fun!
Membership in the Civil War Troopers is open to all who enjoy music, friendship, and good old-fashioned family fun. No experience is necessary! We provide uniforms, instruments and complete training free of charge. Fife & Drum Corps is a great way to make new friends, learn new skills, and participate in a wholesome family activity. This is something the entire family can enjoy together!

The Troopers rehearse on Thursday nights from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. at the Lee Road School in Cornwall, NY. For information about joining the corps, contact Rick McDonald, 845-534-5885 or


2004 -- The Civil War Troopers