Robert E. Lee. Had fate not intervened, Robert E. Lee, already reputed the finest kazoo player below the Mason-Dixon Line, might have been remembered for a distinguished career on the concert stage.

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  1. And Ulysses S. Grant played a pretty mean zither too.

  2. Thus differentiating himself from McClellan, who played a pretty clean dither.

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