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1885 In Music

            List of years in music       (table)
... 1875 . 1876 . 1877 . 1878 . 1879 . 1880 . 1881 ...
1882 1883 1884 -1885- 1886 1887 1888
... 1889 . 1890 . 1891 . 1892 . 1893 . 1894 . 1895 ...
Art . Archaeology . Architecture . Literature . Music . Philosophy . Science +...

Contents

  • Events 1
  • Published popular music 2
  • Classical music 3
  • Opera 4
  • Musical theater 5
  • Births 6
  • Deaths 7
  • References 8

Events

Published popular music

"Three Little Maids from School" from Gilbert & Sullivan's "The Mikado"
  • "American Patrol"     m. F. W. Meacham
  • "The Boy In The Gallery"     w.m. George Ware
  • "Dars a Lock on de Chicken Coop Door" by Sam Lucas
  • "Funny Things They Do Upon The Sly"     w. G. W. Hunter & John Cooke Jnr m. G. W. Hunter
  • "Open Road"     Johann Strauss II
  • "Saffi's Aria"     Johann Strauss II
  • "Some Sweet Day" by Edward L. Park & William Howard Doane
  • "This Is The House That Jerry Built"     w. T. S. Lonsdale m. W. G. Eaton
  • "What Cheer 'Ria"     w. Will Herbert m. Bessie Bellwood
  • From the score of The Mikado:
    • "A More Humane Mikado" ("Let the Punishment fit the Crime")
    • "The Flowers That Bloom In The Spring"
    • "There Is Beauty In The Bellow Of The Blast"
    • "Three Little Maids From School"
    • "A Wand'ring Minstrel I"

Classical music

Opera

Musical theater

Births

Deaths

References

  1. ^ "Chadwick worklist". Archived from the original on 2009-10-19. 
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