"This is a high quality, digitally recorded production features top-notch actors and music... a great selection for Civil War buffs... and students." - Elaine Hanson - BOOKLIST.
" The sound effects are good, the narration clear and crisp, the various voices even better ...an endless spectacle of blood and dust and insects and carnage. That's what the war itself was like, of course. Here are the fatigue, the despair, the pain, the screams, the deafening cannon plowing through human ranks, death, and dismemberment. Sometimes the politicians are heard. More often the generals and officers and foot soldiers. One would swear that a newspaper reporter with cassette recorder in hand was dashing around the battlefield in the thick of it" - AudioFile
In the tradition of classic radio plays, with a full cast, music and sound effects. The Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air is proud to present this spectacular three part production - "Gettysburg." Highly detailed and accurate, you will find yourself in the middle of General Buford's skirmish line, Little Round Top.The Wheatfield, Pickett's Charge, and listen while President Lincoln delivers his address some four months later. No matter which side you are loyal to... "Gettysburg" will have your heart pounding with its action, adventure and suspense.
Gettysburg Day 3 Sea of Anguish: The final day of fighting, culminating with Pickett's heroic yet doomed Charge..
See also Gettysburg Day 1 - Good Ground and Gettysburg Day 2 - Sea of Anguish.
The Colonial Radio Players: Nick Aalerud, Tony Bova, Lincoln Clark, Shane Clarke, Chad Cochran, Drew DeCorleto, David Driscoll, George Fennell, Adam Fumia, Jeffrey Gage, Bill Hammond, Kelly Leet, Robert Mackie, Peter Mancini, Cynthia Pape, Michael Reilly, Frederick Rice, Caleb Rogersjohn Schnatterly, Chris Speziale, TJ. Wiese.
The Gettysburg trilogy is a history buffs fantasy come true!
Bob from Colorado - 10 Jun 2004
You have now made it to the final installment of the Gettysburg trilogy. The almost unbelievable sacrifice the was Pickett's charge, the eloquence of the Gettysburg Address, all of this comes to life in this final and satisfying program that concludes Gettysburg.
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