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1868 In Music

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1868 In Music

List of years in music (table)


Published popular music

  • "Come Back To Erin" by Claribel
  • "Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still" w. J.E. Carpenter m. W.T. Wrighton
  • "I Cannot Sing The Old Songs"      w.m. Claribel (Charlotte Alington [Mrs. Charles Barnard])
  • "Little Footsteps" w. Michael Bennett Leavitt m. James A. Barney
  • "The Man on the Flying Trapeze" by George Leybourne, Gaston Lyle, & Alfred Lee (first published the previous year)
  • "Sweet Bye and Bye" w. S. Fillmore m. Joseph P. Webster
  • "Walking In The Zoo" w. Hugh Willoughby Sweny m. Alfred Lee
  • "The Whispering Hope" by Septimus Winner
  • "The Widow In The Cottage By The Sea"     w.m. Charles A. White
  • "Yield Not To Temptation" w.m. Horatio R. Palmer

Classical music


1910 Edison Records recording of Walther's Prize Song from Richard Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg by Leo Slezak.

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Musical theater



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