Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1734: Composer Johann Ernst Altenburg was born.
1843: Edvard Hagerup Grieg was born. He was a pianist, conductor, composer, and a teacher.
1865: Composer Paul Gilson was born.
1900: Composer Otto Luening was born.
1958: The Platters sang “Twilight Time” on Ed Sullivan.
1966: The Beatles album, “Yesterday & Today” was released by Capitol Records.
1968: The Beatles’ announced the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi as a public mistake at a press conference in New York.
1989: Public Enemy broke up after group member Professor Griff made anti-semetic remarks. They reassembled 2 months later.
1999: Epic Records released “No Boundaries”, a compilation album created for the benefit of refugees of Kosovo.
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