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N.O.Q.C.; J. Hanno Deiler
c1885 NEW ORLEANS QUARTETT CLUB MUSIC GERMAN-AMERICAN CULTURE J. HANNO DEILER
1885. New Orleanser Quartett Club Music. [GERMAN-ORLEANIAN MUSIC SOCIETY] Lot of four sets of musical scores; heavy cardstock covers backed in cloth with leaves laid-in (most bearing the club's rubberstamp), bound with original ribbon; upper covers and paper spine labels penned in calligraphic hand. Moderate agewear, chipping, occasional spotting, else very good. Titles include: Schlachtgebet (Battle Prayer), Star Spangled Banner, Liedesfreiheit (Freedom of Song), Die Ehre Gottes (The Glory of God). New Orleans was a major port of entry for German immigrants in the latter part of the 19th century. Many immigrants continued up the Mississippi River while others continued out west to Texas and California. A fair number chose to stay and settle in New Orleans. They brought with them their cultural heritage, music and social organization. It was from 1850 to 1900 that around a dozen Maennerchor (Male Singing Societies) were formed in the city. These singing groups not only performed concerts and evening entertainment, but also went on excursions and had social gatherings. The German love of music and entertainment was an integral part of the German community. Two German immigrants, Philip Werlein and Louis Grunewald both published music, and sold instruments and sheet music. Werlein started his business in 1854 and Grunewald opened his in 1858. New Orleans Quartett Club was founded by J. Hanno Deiler, outspoken leader of the German-American community of New Orleans, on August 8, 1882, Deiler's thirty-third birthday. The stated purpose of this organization was to send its active … [Click Below for Full Description]
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