Was music considered offensive in the 1890s?
No. Much of our classical music and operas come from the 1700 and 1800's. Music was played and enjoyed by people at home and in other venues. Young people were not considered educated unless they had music education and vocal training. ...
What composer wrote the music for the Christmas nutcracker?
Asked in Century - 1800s, Office Supplies
Did they use feather pens or regular pens in the 1890s?
They used feather pens in the 1890s, also no as a quill
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Emma Sutton written?
Emma Sutton has written: 'Aubrey Beardsley and British Wagnerism in the 1890s' -- subject(s): Appreciation, Art and music, British Art, Criticism and interpretation, English literature, German influences, History, Influence, Knowledge, Music, Music and literature ...
Asked in Slavery
How was the treatment of slaves different in the 1850s from the 1890s?
Slavery was abolished in the 1860s after the Civil War, so there were no slaves in the 1890s. ...
Asked in Jazz Music
How did jazz get started?
Well, it all started with slavery. The African slaves sang spirituals and secular music, which combined their native African music with American music. Shortly after all the slaves were emancipated and slavery was outlawed, the ex-slaves created the blues. The blues, dixieland music, and marching band music all kind of "hybridized," and jazz came about in the 1890s in New Orleans. ...
Asked in History of the United States
The Populist Party of the 1890s was an example of a party formed chiefly to help a?
The Populist Party of the 1890s was an example of a party formed chiefly to help a ...
Asked in Music
What was the first music recording?
I believe the first music recordings were tests, done in the 1890s. But the first "real" music recordings began right after the turn of the century with Blues & Jazz. Talent Scouts recorded "slave songs" to recruit blues singers from the fields. The oldest I have, is a 1918 Al Jolson, On the Road to Calais. AtlasShrugging ...
Asked in Accordion
What music do you play the accordion with?
The accordion can be played in almost any kind of music such as jazz, rock, pop and of course traditional music. The accordion today has enjoyed a renewed interest worldwide in countries such as France, Italy, Ireland and the United States. The accordion is very popular in France where it has been played in French musette since the 1890s. Louisiana is the home of Cajun music where the accordion also plays a central role in this music genre. ...