Music and Some Highly Musical People
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Music and Some Highly Musical People

By James M. Trotter
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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
      • 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
      • AND AN APPENDIX CONTAINING COPIES OF MUSIC COMPOSED BY COLORED MEN.
      • BY
    • 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
    • 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
    • AND AN APPENDIX CONTAINING COPIES OF MUSIC COMPOSED BY COLORED MEN.
    • BY
    • JAMES M. TROTTER.
      • FIFTH THOUSAND.
    • FIFTH THOUSAND.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
      • ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • MUSIC AND SOME HIGHLY MUSICAL PEOPLE.
    • I.
      • A DESCRIPTION OF MUSIC.
    • A DESCRIPTION OF MUSIC.
    • II.
      • THE MUSIC OF NATURE.
    • THE MUSIC OF NATURE.
    • III.
      • A GLANCE AT THE HISTORY OF MUSIC.
    • A GLANCE AT THE HISTORY OF MUSIC.
    • IV.
      • THE BEAUTY, POWER, AND USES OF MUSIC.
    • THE BEAUTY, POWER, AND USES OF MUSIC.
    • V.
    • ELIZABETH TAYLOR GREENFIELD,
      • THE FAMOUS SONGSTRESS;
        • OFTEN CALLED
      • OFTEN CALLED
      • THE “BLACK SWAN.”
    • THE FAMOUS SONGSTRESS;
      • OFTEN CALLED
    • OFTEN CALLED
    • THE “BLACK SWAN.”
    • VI.
    • THE “LUCA FAMILY,”
      • VOCALISTS AND INSTRUMENTALISTS.
    • VOCALISTS AND INSTRUMENTALISTS.
    • VII.
    • HENRY F. WILLIAMS,
      • COMPOSER, BAND-INSTRUCTOR, ETC.
    • COMPOSER, BAND-INSTRUCTOR, ETC.
    • VIII.
    • JUSTIN HOLLAND,
      • THE EMINENT AUTHOR AND ARRANGER,
        • AND PERFORMER ON THE GUITAR, FLUTE, AND PIANO-FORTE.
      • AND PERFORMER ON THE GUITAR, FLUTE, AND PIANO-FORTE.
    • THE EMINENT AUTHOR AND ARRANGER,
      • AND PERFORMER ON THE GUITAR, FLUTE, AND PIANO-FORTE.
    • AND PERFORMER ON THE GUITAR, FLUTE, AND PIANO-FORTE.
    • IX.
    • THOMAS J. BOWERS,
      • TENOR-VOCALIST;
        • OFTEN STYLED
      • OFTEN STYLED
      • THE “AMERICAN MARIO.”
    • TENOR-VOCALIST;
      • OFTEN STYLED
    • OFTEN STYLED
    • THE “AMERICAN MARIO.”
    • X.
    • JAMES GLOUCESTER DEMAREST,
      • GUITAR AND VIOLIN.
    • GUITAR AND VIOLIN.
    • XI.
    • THOMAS GREENE BETHUNE,
      • OTHERWISE KNOWN AS
      • “BLIND TOM,” THE WONDERFUL PIANIST
    • OTHERWISE KNOWN AS
    • “BLIND TOM,” THE WONDERFUL PIANIST
    • BLIND TOM’S CONCERTS.
    • PROGRAMME.
      • Classical Selections.
      • Piano-Forte Solos.
      • Fantasias and Caprices.
      • Marches.
      • Imitations.
      • Descriptive Music.
      • Songs.
      • Parlor Selections.
    • Classical Selections.
    • Piano-Forte Solos.
    • Fantasias and Caprices.
    • Marches.
    • Imitations.
    • Descriptive Music.
    • Songs.
    • Parlor Selections.
    • XII.
    • ANNA MADAH AND EMMA LOUISE HYERS,
      • VOCALISTS AND PIANISTS.
      • THE GREATEST MUSICAL PHENOMENA OF THE AGE!
    • VOCALISTS AND PIANISTS.
    • THE GREATEST MUSICAL PHENOMENA OF THE AGE!
    • THE FAMOUS CALIFORNIA VOCALISTS,
      • THE
    • THE
  • HYERS SISTERS!
    • (COLORED.)
    • XIII.
    • FREDERICK ELLIOT LEWIS,
      • PIANIST, ORGANIST, VIOLINIST, ETC.
    • PIANIST, ORGANIST, VIOLINIST, ETC.
    • XIV.
    • NELLIE E. BROWN,
      • THE FAVORITE NEW-HAMPSHIRE VOCALIST.
    • THE FAVORITE NEW-HAMPSHIRE VOCALIST.
    • XV.
    • SAMUEL W. JAMIESON,
      • THE BRILLIANT YOUNG PIANIST.
    • THE BRILLIANT YOUNG PIANIST.
    • XVI.
    • THE VIOLIN.[13]
    • XVII.
    • JOSEPH WHITE,
      • THE EMINENT VIOLINIST AND COMPOSER.
    • THE EMINENT VIOLINIST AND COMPOSER.
    • XVIII.
    • THE COLORED AMERICAN OPERA COMPANY.
    • XIX.
    • THE FAMOUS JUBILEE SINGERS
      • OF
      • FISK UNIVERSITY.
    • OF
    • FISK UNIVERSITY.
    • XX.
    • THE GEORGIA MINSTRELS.
    • PART SECOND.
    • OTHER REMARKABLE MUSICIANS,
      • AND
      • THE MUSIC-LOVING SPIRIT OF VARIOUS LOCALITIES.
    • AND
    • THE MUSIC-LOVING SPIRIT OF VARIOUS LOCALITIES.
    • I.
    • PROGRAMME.
      • Part First
      • Part Second.
    • Part First
    • Part Second.
    • PROGRAMME.
      • Part First.
      • Part Second.
    • Part First.
    • Part Second.
    • II.
    • SOME MUSICAL PEOPLE OF THE SOUTH.
    • III.
    • NEW ORLEANS.
      • THE MUSICAL AND GENERAL CULTURE OF ITS COLORED CITIZENS.
    • THE MUSICAL AND GENERAL CULTURE OF ITS COLORED CITIZENS.
    • GRAND
  • Vocal and Instrumental Concert,
    • ON OCTOBER 14, 1877,
      • IN
      • Masonic Hall, cor. of St. Peter and Claude Streets,
        • UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
      • UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
      • LOUIS MARTIN, ASSISTED BY HIS AMATEUR FRIENDS.
    • IN
    • Masonic Hall, cor. of St. Peter and Claude Streets,
      • UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
    • UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
    • LOUIS MARTIN, ASSISTED BY HIS AMATEUR FRIENDS.
    • PROGRAMME.
      • Part First.
      • Intermission.—Part Second.
      • Intermission.—Part Third.
    • Part First.
    • Intermission.—Part Second.
    • Intermission.—Part Third.
    • APPENDIX.
      • MUSIC.
    • MUSIC.
    • PREFACE TO THE MUSIC.
    • CONTENTS TO THE MUSIC.
    • ANTHEM FOR CHRISTMAS.
    • WELCOME TO THE ERA.
      • MARCH.
    • MARCH.
    • AN ANDANTE.
    • THE PILGRIM.
      • GRAND OVERTURE.
    • GRAND OVERTURE.
    • THE PARISIAN WALTZES.
    • LE SERMENT DE L’ARABE.
      • CHANT DRAMATIQUE.
    • CHANT DRAMATIQUE.
    • LA CAPRICIEUSE.
      • VALSE.
    • VALSE.
    • AU CLAIR DE LA LUNE.
      • (VARIATIONS ET FINAL SUR L’AIR.)
    • (VARIATIONS ET FINAL SUR L’AIR.)
    • “LAURIETT.”
      • BALLAD.
    • BALLAD.
    • LES CLOCHETTES.
      • FANTAISIE MAZURKA.
    • FANTAISIE MAZURKA.
    • “RAYS OF HOPE.”
      • MARCH.
    • MARCH.
    • SCENES OF YOUTH.
      • FANTAISIA for PIANO
    • FANTAISIA for PIANO
    • MASS
      • FOR THREE VOICES.
      • GLORIA.
      • AGNUS DEI.
    • FOR THREE VOICES.
    • GLORIA.
    • AGNUS DEI.
    • FOOTNOTES
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