F.S. Key: After the Song and The Song that Built America, 2-DVD


A contemporary and compelling look at slavery through an ambitious docudrama series. F.S. Key: After the Song continues the story of Francis Scott Key’s life and times after his writing of a song that would become the national anthem in 1814. It takes a fresh approach to a period in our history that has been long overlooked. The three part series will be a window into antebellum society and the attitudes and behavior of Americans on slavery that lead to Civil War, and in some ways, still exist to this day.

Part 1: The Era of Good Feelings
Part 2: Might vs. Right
Part 3: Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely


Also includes F.S. Key and the Song that Built America. A one-hour documentary to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Francis Scott Key's writing of the Star-Spangled Banner following the Battle of Baltimore in September 1814.


F.S. Key and the Song that Built America music CD is also available for $12.95 plus s/h.  

Includes over 17 tracks. Original music created by Chris Bassett and Doug Benson plus some wonderful parlor music of Frank Key's era. With vocals by Marlene Young, Chauncey Harris and others. It's  a fun way to emerge yourself in the early 19th Century.


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