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The Most Popular Song Hits And Performers Of Late 1800s

   

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Late 1800s Biggest Pop Song Hits

Pop Culture Madness Reviews are Brought To You By You Buying Stuff Through Our Amazon Links! 1. Good Morning to All (Happy Birthday To You) - 1893
2. Amazing Grace - 1800
3. Jingle Bells - 1857 (by James Pierpont)
4. Old MacDonald Had A Farm - 1859
5. Camptown Races - 1850 (Stephen Foster)
6. Mary Had a Little Lamb - (1830 Lyrics)
7. Rock-a-bye Baby - 1884 (by Effie I. Canning)
8. Alphabet Song - 1834 (copyrighted by C. Bradlee, it's probably older)
9. Wedding March - 1844 (by Felix Mendelssohn, from A Midsummer Night's Dream)
10. William Tell Overture - 1829
11. Semper Fidelis - 1886 (by John Philip Sousa)
12. (Oh Dem) Golden Slippers - 1879
13. Stars and Stripes Forever - 1897 (by Sousa)
14. When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again - 1863 (by Louis Lambert & Patrick Gilmore)
15. Chopsticks - 1877
16. The Battle Hymn of the Republic - 1862 (by Julia Ward Howe)
17. While Strolling Through The Park One Day - 1884 (by Ed Haley)
18. Can Can - 1858 (by Offenbach)
19. When The Saints Go Marching In - 1896 (by Katherine E. Purvis & James M. Black)
20. Row Row Row Your Boat - 1881
21. Funeral March (Pray For The Dead and the Dead Will Pray For You...) - 1840
22. Fur Elise - 1810 (by Beethoven)
23. I've Been Working on the Railroad - 1894
24. She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain - 1899
25. Oh! Susanna - 1848 (by Stephen Foster)
Pop Culture Madness Reviews are Brought To You By You Buying Stuff Through Our Amazon Links! 26. Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! - 1861
27. America (God Shed His Grace On Thee) words - 1832
28. I've Been Working On The Railroad - 1894 (copyright, is probably older)
29. Dixie's Land (aka Dixie) - 1860
30. Home, Sweet Home - 1823 (by John Howard Payne)
31. Joy to the World - 1839 (by Handel)
32. A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight - 1896
33. Alouette -1879
34. O Where O Where Has My Little Dog Gone - 1864 (by James Bland) 35. Turkey In De Straw - 1834
36. Funiculi Funicula - 1880
37. Polly Wolly Doodle (All The Day) - 1883 (copyright, is probably older)
38. Reveille - 1890
39. Gloria - 1890 (by Mozart)
40. (Oh My Darling) Clementine - 1863 (by Percy Montrose & H S. Thompson)
41. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - 1872
42. Onward, Christian Soldiers - 1871 (by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould & Sir Arthur Sullivan)
43. The Yellow Rose of Texas - 1858
44. O Little Town of Bethlehem - 1868
45. Buffalo Gals - 1844 (heard in film, It's a Wonderful Life. Malcom McClaren did it in the 1980s too)
46. My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean - 1881
47. Blue Danube Waltz - 1867 (by J.S. Strauss)
48. Shoo Fly Don't Bother Me - 1869
49. Rock of Ages - 1832 (by Hastings)
50. Au Clair de la Lune - 1811
51. Morning - 1890 (by Luse)
52. Home on the Range - 1873 (by Daniel Kelly & Brewster M. Higley)
53. King Cotton March - 1895
54. (I Dream Of) Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair - 1854 (by Stephen Foster)
55. (Gimme That) Old Time Religion - 1865
56. Song Of India - 1897 (by Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov)
57. The Man on the Flying Trapeze - 1868
58. Hail to the Chief - 1820 (by Sir Walter Scott & James Sanderson)
59. Barber of Seville - 1813
60. Old Folks at Home (Way Down Upon the Swanee River) - 1851 (by Stephen Foster)
61. The Thunderer - 1889 (by John Philip Sousa)
62. Skip To My Lou - 1844
63. The Merry, Merry Month of May - 1862 (by Stephen Foster)
64. Frankie and Johnny - 1869
65. Grandfather's Clock - 1876 (by Henry Clay Work)
66. Beautiful Dreamer - 1864 (by Stephen Foster )
67. Away In a Manger - 1887
68. Flying Dutchman Overture - 1844 (by Wagner)
69. The Washington Post - 1889 (by John Philip Sousa)
70. A Night on Bald Mountain - 1887 (by Mussorgsky)
71. Hello! Ma Baby - 1899
72. Git Along Little Dogies - 1893
73. Pictures at an Exhibition - 1887 (by Mussorgsky)
74. I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - 1876
75. Hark the Herald Angels Sing - 1855
76. Sleeping Beauty Waltz - 1890
77. Peer Gynt Suite - 1888
78. Mazel Tov - 1894
79. Baa Baa Black Sheep - 1865
80. Liberty Bell March - 1893 (by John Philip Sousa)
81. Red River Valley - 1896
82. Maple Leaf Rag - 1899 (by Scott Joplin)
83. Goodnight Ladies - 1853
84. King Cotton March - 1895 (by John Philip Sousa)
85. Home on the Range - 1873
86. Coronation March - 1849 (by Meyerbeer)
87. Carry Me Back to Old Virginny - 1878
88. At A Georgia Camp Meeting - 1897 (by Kerry Mills)
89. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - 1838
90. Good Night - 1899 (by Mendelssohn)
91. Dance of the Hours - 1876 (by Ponchielle)
92. Gypsy Love Song - 1898 (by Harry B. Smith & Victor Herbert (From the musical The Fortune Teller)
93. Prelude in C# Minor - 1893 (by Rachmaninoff)
94. Hush-a-bye Baby - 1884
95. El Capitan - 1896 (by John Philip Sousa)
96. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear - 1850
97. Romeo and Juliet - 1871 (by Tchaikovsky)
98. Three Little Kittens - 1885
99. Good King Wenceslas - 1860ish (words)
100. I Gave My Love a Cherry - 1850 (heard in 1979 film, Animal House)

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