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  2. AN ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN ORGAN MUSIC, Volume II: The Nineteenth Century. Music by Horatio Parker, Arthur Foote, George Whitefield Chadwick, George Frederick Bristow, John Knowles Paine [see also Volume I - EARS No. ] Janice Beck, organist (Musical Heritage Society OR A .
  3. Intermediate to Early Advanced Works by 37 Composers. Ed. Maurice Hinson. Piano Book. In the lateth and 20th centuries, composers produced a wealth of innovative piano music, venturing in new directions and seeking new sounds. The music produced during those transitional years is considered "20th-century music." Works by 37 composers areBrand: Alfred Music.
  4. '19th-Century Piano Music' focuses on the core composers of the 19th-century repertoire, beginning with 2 chapters giving a general overview of the repertoire and keyboard technique of the era, and then individual chapters on Beethoven, Schubert, Weber, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann, Brahms, Liszt, and the women composers of the era, particularly focusing on Fanny Hensel and Clara Schumann.
  5. Neely Bruce Music In The Ocean Neely Bruce - Piano Music In America, Volume I - 19th Century Concert & Parlor Music ‎ (3xLP, Comp + Box).
  6. Get this from a library! Piano music in America. Volume I: 19th century popular concert & parlor music.. [Neely Bruce].
  7. The industry was driven by the profits from the sales of sheet music. A piano was considered a must in any middle-class or higher home. Major 19th century Tin Pan Alley hits included "Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage" and "After the Ball Is Over". References. Struble, John Warthen. The History of .

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