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Encyclopedia > 1884 in music

See also: 1883 in music, other events of 1884, 1885 in music and the list of 'years in music'.

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Events

Published popular music

  • "Clementine"     w.m. Percy Montrose
  • "The Coon's Salvation Army" by Sam Lucas
  • "The Golden Wedding"     m. Gabriel-Marie
  • "Love's Old Sweet Song"     w. George Clifton Bingham m. James Lyman Molloy
  • "March of the Plumed Knight" by Charles B. Morrell & William Howard Doane
  • "My Thoughts Are of Thee" by Sam Lucas
  • "Otchi Tchorniya"     trad
  • "Rest, Comrades, Rest (Memorial Hymn)" by O. B. Ormsby
  • "Rock-a-bye Baby"     w.m. Effie I. Canning
  • "When the Heather Blooms Again" by Francis Jane Crosby & William Howard Doane
  • "While Strolling Through The Park One Day"     w.m. Ed Haley

Classical music

Opera

Musical theater

Births

Deaths



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