Performance Date(s) and Time(s)
04 Jul 1870, 5:00 PM
Performers and/or Works Performed
aka Prophete. Coronation march;
Grand processional march;
aka Thou art so near and yet so far ;
Thou art so near
Composer(s): Reichardt [composer]
aka Chant de guerre pour l’armée du Rhin;
Composer(s): Rouget de Lisle
aka Jubel overture;
aka Variations on the Emperor hymn;
Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser;
Austrian National hymn variations;
Kaiser Franz theme and variations
aka red white and blue
Composer(s): Unknown composer
aka Moore's melodies;
aka Union: north, south, east, and west
Announcement: New York Herald
, 04 July 1870, 10.
Includes programme. “Musical entertainments will also be given on Tuesday, in Tompkins Square; on Wednesday, in Washington Square; on Thursday, in Madison Square, and on Friday, at the Battery, from six to eight o’clock P. M., should be the weather be fine.
Advertisement: New-York Times
, 04 July 1870, 7.
Announcement: New-York Times
, 05 July 1870, 1.
Article: New York Sun
, 07 July 1870, 2.
Letter to the editor suggesting that: the police be more proactive in preventing noisy boys from chasing after each other and screaming near the bandstand; an enterprising individual rent camp stools; the music be less scientific and more simple and lively.