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Encyclopedia > 1869 in music

See also: 1868 in music, other events of 1869, 1870 in music and the list of 'years in music'.

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Events

Published popular music

  • "Little Brown Jug" by R.E. Eastburn
  • "Now the Day is Over" by Joseph Barnby
  • "Shew, Fly! Don't Bother Me!" by T. Bringham Bishop
  • "Sweet Genevieve"      w.m. Henry Tucker

Opera

Classical music

Ein Deutsches Requiem - Cantata by Johannes Brahms


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