Colonial Collection Patriotic Boy

The Fife and Drum Corps. During the Revolutionary War, armies didn't have radios with which to talk to each other. Music was the primary way for them to communicate over long distances. The fife was used because of its high pitched sound and the drum because of its low pitch. Both instruments could be heard from great distances and through the sounds of battle. Fifers and drummers would also provide music for all the daily tasks of the soliders throughout the day.

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