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Encyclopedia > 1865 in music

See also: 1864 in music, other events of 1865, 1866 in music and the list of 'years in music'.



Published popular songs

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Musical theater



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Fountain Square (359 words)
Music HallÂ’s angular, over-active, polychromatic, symbolically stone-trimmed exterior of red and fl pressed brick also calls to mind the vivid contemporary works of Philadelphia architect Frank Furness, but it remains unique in its block-long scale, highly articulated massing, and prickly profile.
Originally the Music Hall auditorium was a vast oblong communal space used for such events as the unique Cincinnati May Festival (founded 1873 and still performed here annually) and the 1880 Democratic National Convention.
HannafordÂ’s prolific firm, continued by his sons and successors until the 1960s, is CincinnatiÂ’s best known, owing to the high quality of their adaptations of current styles to varied programs and also to the survival of major works.
Music Library (2170 words)
This music may be rarely sung or played, and musically it may be unremarkable, but collectively it is a useful historical reflection of the pleasures and tastes of the last century.
These music publishing and music retail firms were the center of the musical life of the city, first located on Main Street and later on Fourth Street in Louisville.
Here, theater and concert tickets were sold, music teachers and performers became acquainted and came to be recommended to prospective students and the latest music news of the rest of the country disseminated.
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