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Encyclopedia > 1887 in music

See also: 1886 in music, other events of 1887, 1888 in music and the list of 'years in music'.



Published popular music

  • "Angels Without Wings" w.m. George Dance
  • "Away In The Manger" w. anon m. James Ramsey Murray
  • "Calvary" w. Henry Vaughn m. Paul Rodney
  • "Comrades" Felix McGlennon & George Horncastle
  • "I Know A Youth Who Loves A Maid" w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan
  • "I Shipped, D'Ye See, In A Revenue Sloop" w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan
  • "My Boy, You May Take It From Me" w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan
  • "The Song That Reached My Heart" w.m. Julian Jordan
  • "There Grew A Little Flower" w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan
  • "Ti! Hi! Tiddelly Hi!", w.m. Joseph Tabrar
  • "When The Night Wind Howls" w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan

Classical music


Musical theater



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It was not until over twenty five years later in 1915 the first seventy eight revolutions per minute record was introduced This technology allowed the mass consumer for the first time in history the ability to purchase a somewhat cost affordable record.
Over the next fifteen years the sale of music CDs has far surpassed the sale of vinyl records and has set the stage for newer longer and higher quality CD’s and DVD’s We are not sure what the future holds for music CDs but we know it will only get better.
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This contrast between music and plastic art may be partly explained by the mental work undergone, during the earliest infancy both of the race and of the individual, in interpreting sensations of space.
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As principal of the Royal Academy of Music (he succeeded Macfarren in 1888) he revived the former glories of the school, and the excellent plan by which it and the Royal College unite their forces in the examinations of the Associated Board is largely due to his initiative.
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