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Music from 1857

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by JuanTwoThree, Sep 13, 2017.

  1. JuanTwoThree

    JuanTwoThree Here's Juan I prepared earlier

    A strong field from this year:

    "Does He Love Me?" words: Annie Chambers Bradford music: F. W. Smith

    "Lorena" words: Reverend Henry D. L. Webster music: Joseph Philbrick Webster

    James Pierpont – "Jingle Bells"

    Johann Strauss II – Le beau Monde

    Charles-Valentin Alkan – Sonate de Concert in E, for cello and piano

    Georges Bizet – Herminie (cantata)

    Johannes Brahms:

    -Serenade No 1, Op. 11

    -Eleven Variations on an Original Theme, in D major

    Franz Liszt:

    -Dante Symphony

    -Hunnenschlacht

    Die Ideale

    Modest Mussorgsky – Souvenir d'Enfance

    Joachim Raff:

    - Ode to Spring: Concert Piece in G major,

    - String Quartet No. 2 in A major

    Bedřich Smetana – Piano Trio in G minor,

    Julius Reubke – The 94th Psalm

    Karel Miry – Karel V

    Ambroise Thomas – Le carnaval de Venise

    Giuseppe Verdi – Simon Boccanegra
     
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  2. belboid

    belboid TUC Off Your Knees

    & the first Status Quo recordings
     
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  3. Fez909

    Fez909 toilet expert

    Little known fact, but on Quo's She Left Me For a Pterosaur, the handclaps on the outro were 'performed' by Cliff Richard.

    He's uncredited on the of the phonograph cylinder sleeve notes, though.
     
  4. Sirena

    Sirena Don't monkey with the buzzsaw

    "Some years later, Pierpont moved to Savannah, Georgia, no doubt finding new audiences for his song. He found a publisher for his song in 1857 and it rapidly became popular as a Christmas song under its new name of "Jingle Bells". The song's rural setting of snow, sleighs and jingling horse bells soon became an enduring part of Northern Hemisphere Christmas imagery that has persisted to this day. The worldwide appeal of "Jingle Bells" has been greatly enhanced by the large number of famous musicians who have recorded it."

     
  5. JuanTwoThree

    JuanTwoThree Here's Juan I prepared earlier



    'Lorena' is a belter
     

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