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Music and some highly musical people : containing brief chapters on I.A description of music. II. The music of nature. III. A glance at the history of music. IV. The power, beauty, and uses of music : following which are given sketches of the lives of remarkable musicians of the colored race : with portraits, and an appendix containing copies of music composed by colored men /

by James M. Trotter ...

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Author: Trotter, James M.
Published: Boston : Lee and Shepard ; New York : Charles T. Dillingham, 1880, [1878]
Topics: African American composers. | Musicians, Black. | African Americans - Music.
Genres: Music by African American composers. | Biography. | Walzes.
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A description of music -- The music of nature -- A glance at the history of music -- The power, beauty, and uses of music -- Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield (the "Black Swan") -- The Luca family -- Henry F. Williams -- Justin Holland -- Thomas J. Bowers (the "American Mario") -- James Gloucester Demarest -- Thomas Greene Bethune ("Blind Tom") -- The Hyers sisters -- Frederick Elliot Lewis -- Nellie E. Brown -- Samuel W. Jamieson -- Joseph White (preceded by a brief account of the viollin, pp. 2019-223) -- The Colored American Opera Company -- The Jubilee Singers of Fisk University -- The Georgia minstrels -- Part second. Introduction ; Rachel M. Washington -- James Caseras -- John T. Douglass -- Walter F. Craig -- William Appo -- William Brady -- Peter P. O'Fake -- Frank Johnson, and his famous military band and orchestra -- Joseph G. Anderson -- Madam Brown -- Sarah Sedgewick Bowers -- John Moore -- Samuel Lucas -- William H. Starr -- G.H.W. Stewart -- The Lambert family -- Edmund Dédé -- Basile Barés -- Samuel Snaer -- Prof. A.P. Williams -- E.V. Macarty -- Maurice J.B. Doublet -- Dennis Auguste -- The Dupré family -- Charles Martinez -- Thomas Martin -- Other musical people of-- Portland (Me.) -- Boston -- Worcester -- New York -- Newark -- Philadelphia -- Pittsburgh -- Cleveland -- Washington (O.) -- Chillicothe (O.) -- Cincinnati -- Chicago -- The music of the South -- Baltimore -- Louisville -- St. Louis -- Helena -- Memphis -- Nashville -- New Orleans.
Appendix: Music. Preface to the music -- Anthem for Christmas / William Brady -- Welcome to the era march / Jacob Sawyer -- Andante (guitar) / Justin Holland -- The pilgrim (overture) / J.T. Douglass -- Parisian waltzes / H.F. Williams -- Le serment de l'arabe (dramatic chant) / Edmund Dédé -- La capricieuse waltz / Basil Barés -- Au clair de la lune / Lucien Lambert -- Lauriett (ballad) / H.F. Williams -- Les clochettes (fantaisie mazurka) / Sidney Lambert -- Rays of hope march, [op. 1] / W.F. Craig -- Scenes of youth (descriptive) [op. 3] / F.E. Lewis -- Mass for three voices ("Gloria" and "Agnus Dei") / S. Snaer.

Table of Contents for: Music and some highly musical people : c