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Chapter 1. 1889:  Selected, Annotated Chronology of Music-Related Citations, 1889
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written by Lynn Abbott, fl. 2002 and Doug Seroff, fl. 2002 (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2002), 13 page(s)
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New England Song Treasury: From the Pilgrims to World War I
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conducted by Earl Eyrich, fl. 1987 and Roger Hall, 1942-; performed by Richard Hill, 1980- and Edward Wood, fl. 1992 (American Music Recordings, 1992), 38 mins
conducted by Earl Eyrich, fl. 1987 and Roger Hall, 1942-; performed by Richard Hill, 1980- and Edward Wood, fl. 1992 (American Music Recordings, 1992), 38 mins
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Cantata (Song of Our Saviour)
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conducted by Raymond Fahrner, fl. 1988; performed by Richard Hill, 1980-, The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus (American Music Recordings, 1992), 31 mins
conducted by Raymond Fahrner, fl. 1988; performed by Richard Hill, 1980-, The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus (American Music Recordings, 1992), 31 mins
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Memorial Music for Samuel Barber and Randall Thompson
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conducted by Earl Eyrich, fl. 1987 and Roger Hall, 1942-; performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus (American Music Recordings, 1992), 30 mins
conducted by Earl Eyrich, fl. 1987 and Roger Hall, 1942-; performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus (American Music Recordings, 1992), 30 mins
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The Cantata in Early American Music
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(Folkways Records, 1982), 36 mins

While the father of the European cantata tradition, J.S. Bach, died in 1750, late eighteenth-century American composers classified their compositions as ‘cantatas’ tentatively, even though they displayed all the requisite components. These choice movements from sacred musical works helped define the definiti...

(Folkways Records, 1982), 36 mins
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