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1882 In Music

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1882 In Music

List of years in music (table)

Events in the year 1882 in music.

Contents

  • Events 1
  • Published popular music 2
  • Classical music 3
  • Opera 4
  • Musical theater 5
  • Births 6
  • Deaths 7

Events

Published popular music

  • "Baa! Baa! Baa!" (w. Walter Greenaway m. Vincent Davies)
  • "The Band Quartette" by Charles A. White
  • "Bow, Bow, Ye Lower Middle Classes" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
  • "Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye" (trad Eng)
  • "In My Fust 'Usband's Time" (w.m. Harry Nicholls)
  • "The Old Miser" by Charles A. White
  • Les Patineurs (waltz) ("The Skaters' Waltz") (m. Emile Waldteufel)
  • "Sweet Violets" by Joseph Emmet
  • "Up Went The Price" (w.m. George Ware)
  • From the score of Iolanthe:
    • "I'm Very Much Pained" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "Loudly Let The Trumpets Bray" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "The Nightmare Song" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "None Shall Part Us" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "Oh, Foolish Fay" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "Tho' P'raps I May Incur Your Blame" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "Though The Views Of The House Have Diverged" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "Tripping Hither, Tripping Thither" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "Welcome To Our Hearts Again" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "When All Night Long A Chap Remains" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "When Britain Really Ruled The Waves" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)
    • "When I Went To The Bar" (w. W. S. Gilbert m. Arthur Sullivan)

Classical music

Opera

Musical theater

Births

Deaths

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