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Encyclopedia > 1874 in music

See also: 1873 in music, other events of 1874, 1875 in music and the list of 'years in music'.

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Classical music

Opera

Published popular music

  • "Crimson Roses In the Heather" by Caroline Dana Howe & William Howard Doane
  • "Oh! Dat Watermelon!" by Luke Schoolcraft

Musical theater

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Music Cemetery (736 words)
The Music Cemetery may well be the first burial ground to serve the early settlers in and around Summitville.
The earliest legible stones in the Music are incised 1840, one for a son of Zachariah Robertson and another for Ellen Stanley who died March 2 of that year.
This indicates the very small number of families living near the Music Cemetery in the early 19th century as compared to the number in the early 21st.
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