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Untitled - Caroliner - An 1800s Affectuant In An Instrumental Revue (CDr)

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  1. James Bland was born into an affluent African American family in Flushing, New York in A college graduate, Bland chose to go into entertainment as a minstrel artist. Along the way he had many of his songs published. They often used the stereotypical African American minstrel dialect popular in the late s.
  2. Johann Herbeck (–) served in his native Vienna as conductor of the leading choral and instrumental organizations. He showed his devotion to the legacy of Franz Schubert in his performances and also in his edition, published by C.A. Spina and successors, of 51 selected works of the master for men’s, women’s and mixed chorus.
  3. 1 American music, in most of its various forms, can be traced back to the music of the earliest African Americans. Even though these Americans came here under the worst of circumstances, they still brought with them traditions and developed new traditions of their own that have grown into what is recognized around the world today as American music.
  4. Cradle's Empty, Baby's Gone by Harry Kennedy () Guenthers' Lung Healer March by William Guenther () Henry Irving Grand March by Clifford Cox ().
  5. Literature in the 's Literature Later on the Early 's Summary There was another common author in that time, James Fenimore Cooper. His known book is the historical novel, The Last of the Mohicans. The book is based in during the French and Indian wars. This book and.
  6. Youth, Child and Toy 19th Century (s) Drums & Drum Sticks Item Last Updated: Wednesday, May EDT: The drummer was an integral part of military life during the 18th century and maintained a reduced but still important role into the mid-nineteenth century. A fifer and drummer, usually between the ages of 12 to 16, were.
  7. "Everybody Works but Father" (Bob Roberts; comic song) (RealAudio file from a wax cylinder recording at Early Recorded Sounds and Wax Cylinders.) "My Gal Sal" (Criterion Quartet; RealAudio file from a recording at the Victrola Site.) This excerpt reproduces the chorus of this song, which was one of the best-known works of Paul Dresser, Theodore Dreiser's older brother and a.
  8. Instrumental Caroling Book on dianamathagamarimtrueblade.xyzinfo *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Instrumental Caroling BookFormat: Sheet music.

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