1893 in music

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Published popular music[edit]

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Selected compositions (words/music indicated by "w.m."):

  • "Can't Lose Me, Charlie" w.m. Harry S. Miller
  • "The Cat Came Back"     w.m. Henry S. Miller
  • "December And May"     w. Edward Marks m. William Lorraine
  • "Do Do My Huckleberry Do"     w. Harry Dillon m. John Dillon (the Dillon Brothers)
  • "The Fatal Wedding"     w. W. H. Windom m. Gussie L. Davis
  • "Good Morning to All"     w. Patty Smith Hill m. Mildred J. Hill
  • "I Long to See The Girl I Left Behind"     w.m. John T. Kelly
  • "The Liberty Bell" by John Philip Sousa
  • "Mamie, Come Kiss Your Honey"     w.m. May Irwin
  • "Marguerite" by Charles A. White
  • "Oh! Mr Porter"     w. Thomas Le Brunn m. George Le Brunn
  • "Private Tommy Atkins"     w. Henry Hamilton m. S. Potter
  • "Say 'Au Revoir', But Not 'Good-Bye'" by Harry Kennedy
  • "Sweet Marie"     w. Cy Warman m. Raymond Moore
  • "They All Take After Me"     w. T. W. Connor m. Harry Randall
  • "Two Little Girls in Blue"     w.m. Charles Graham
  • "The Volunteer Organist"     w. William G. Gray m. Henry Lamb
  • "When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder"     w.m. James M. Black
  • "Zacatecas" by Genaro Codina

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