1909 in music


1909 in music

Events

*November 28 - Sergei Rachmaninoff's "Piano Concerto No. 3" is premiered in New York City

Albums Released

*"Tchailkovsky's Nutcracker Suite" - "Mark Hamburg And The Royal Albert Hall Orchestra"

Published popular music

* "Ace In The Hole" w.m. George D. Mitchell & James E. Dempsey
* "And Now Assemble" w. Adrian Ross m. Leo Fall
* "Arcady Is Ever Young" w. Arthur Wimperis m. Lionel Monckton. Introduced by Florence Smithson in the musical "The Arcadians".
* "Beautiful Eyes, Beautiful Lies" w. George Whiting & Carter De Haven m. Ted Snyder
* "A Birthday" by Christina Rossetti
* "Blue Feather" w. Jack Mahoney, m. Theodore F. Morse
* "Boiled Beef and Carrots" w.m. Charles Collins & Fred Murray
* "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon" w. Edward Madden m. Gus Edwards
* "Carrie (Carrie Marry Harry)" w. Juni McCree m. Albert von Tilzer
* "Casey Jones" w. T. Lawrence Seibert m. Eddie Newton
* "Chewska" w. Adrian Ross m. Leo Fall
* "Christmas-Time Seems Years And Years Away" w.m. Irving Berlin & Ted Snyder
* "The Cubanola Glide" w. Vincent P. Bryan m. Harry Von Tilzer
* "The Dollar Princesses" w. Adrian Ross m. Leo Fall
* "Dublin Daisies" m. Percy Wenrich
* "Fickle Fortune" w. Arthur Wimperis m. Lionel Monckton & Howard Talbot
* "For You Alone" w. P. J. O'Reilly m. Henry E. Geehl
* "From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water" w. Nelle Richmond Eberhart m. Charles Wakefield Cadman
* "The Garden of Roses" by J.E. Dempsey
* "Golden Arrow w. Harry Williams, m. Egbert Van Alstyne
* "Heaven Will Protect The Working Girl" w. Edgar Smith m. A. Baldwin Sloane
* "How Do You Do?" w. Adrian Ross m. Leo Fall
* "I Just Came Back To Say Good Bye" w.m. Irving Berlin
* "I Love My Wife, But Oh, You Kid" w.m. Harry Armstrong & Billy Clark
* "I Wish That You Was My Gal, Molly" w.m. Irving Berlin & Ted Snyder
* "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" w. Will M. Hough & Frank R. Adams m. Joseph E. Howard & Harold Orlob
* "If The Wind Had Only Blown The Other Way" w.m. Edna Williams & Bessie Wynn
* "I'm A Member Of The Midnight Crew" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
* "I'm Alabama Bound" by Robert Hoffman
* "I'm Awfully Glad I Met You" w. Jack Drislane m. George W. Meyer
* "I'm Glad I'm A Boy/ I'm Glad I'm A Girl" w.m. Nora Bayes & Jack Norworth
* "I'm Going To Do What I Please" w. Alfred Bryan m. Ted Snyder
* "I've Got A Pain In My Sawdust" w. Henry Edward Warner m. Herman Avery Wade
* "I've Got Rings On My Fingers" w. R. P. Weston & F. J. Barnes m. Maurice Scott
* "Let's All Go Down The Strand" w.m. Harry Castling & C. W. Murphy
* "Kissing-Bug" m. Charles L. Johnson
* "Let's Go Into A Picture Show" w.m. Junie McCree & Albert von Tilzer
* "The Letter Song" w. Stanislaus Stange m. Oscar Straus
* "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland" w. Beth Slater Whitson m. Leo Friedman
* "Moonstruck" w.m. Lionel Monckton
* "Moving Day In Jungle Town" w. A. Seymour Brown m. Nat D. Ayer
* "My Cousin Caruso" w. Edward Madden m. Gus Edwards
* "My Hero" w. (Eng) Stanislaus Stange (Ger) Rudolf Bernauer & Leopold Jacobson m. Oscar Straus
* "My Motter" w. Arthur Wimperis m. Howard Talbot
* "My Pony Boy" w. Bobby Heath m. Charles O'Donnell
* "My Prairie Song Bird" w. Jack Drislane, m. George W. Meyer
* "My Southern Rose" by Earl Taylor
* "My Wife's Gone To The Country" w. George Whiting & Irving Berlin m. Ted Snyder
* "Next To Your Mother Who Do You Love" w. Irving Berlin m. Ted Snyder
* "No One Could Do It Like My Father" w.m. Irving Berlin & Ted Snyder
* "Nobody Knows Nobody Cares" w.m. Charles K. Harris
* "Oh! You Candy Kid" w.m. Bob Adams & John Golden
* "Oh, What I Know About You" Irving Berlin, Joseph H. McKeon, Harry M. Piano, W. Raymond Walker
* "On Wisconsin" w. Carl Beck m. W. T. Purdy
* "Only a Dream of You" w. Carol Loveland m. Harry J. Lincoln
* "Our Farm" Caryll & Monckton
* "Pork And Beans" m. Theron C. Bennett
* "Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet" w. Stanley Murphy m. Percy Wenrich
* "Rainbow" w. Alfred Bryan m. Percy Wenrich
* "Sadie Salome Go Home" w.m. Irving Berlin & Edgar Leslie
* "She Was A Dear Little Girl" w. Irving Berlin m. Ted Snyder
* "Ship Ahoy!" w.m. A. J. Mills & Bennett Scott
* "Stop That Rag (Keep On Playing, Honey)" Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder
* "Take Me Up With You, Dearie" w. Junie McCree m. Albert Von Tilzer
* "Temptation Rag" m. Henry Lodge
* "That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune" w.m. Irving Berlin
* "That's A Plenty" w. Henry Creamer m. Bert A. Williams
* "When I Dream In The Gloaming Of You" w.m. Herbert Ingraham
* "When You First Kissed The Last Girl You Loved" w. Will M. Hough & Frank R. Adams m. Joseph E. Howard
* "Where My Caravan Has Rested" w. Edward Teschemacher m. Herman Lohr
* "The Whiffenpoof Song" w. Meade Minnigerode & George S. Pomeroy m. Tod B. Galloway
* "The White Wash Man" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
* "Wild Cherries (Coony, Spoony Rag)" Irving Berlin, Ted Snyder
* "Yiddle On Your Fiddle" w.m. Irving Berlin
* "You Taught Me How To Love You Now Teach Me To Forget" w. Jack Drislane & Alfred Bryan m. George W. Meyer

Recorded popular music

* "Beautiful Eyes, Beautiful Lies" - Ada Jones
* "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms" - Nellie Melba
* "Black And White Rag", recorded by
**Victor Dance Orchestra
**Prince's Band
* "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon" - Billy Murray & Haydn Quartette
* "Carrie (Carrie Marry Harry)" - Billy Murray
* "College Life" - Billy Murray
* "Dill Pickles Rag" - Pryor's Band
* "Down Among The Sugar Cane" - Collins and Harlan
* "Down In Jungle Town" - Peter Dawson (as Charles Handy)
* "Face To Face" - Frank C. Stanley
* "Good Evening, Caroline" - Billy Murray
* "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" - Florrie Forde
* "I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray" - Fisk University Jubilee Quartet
* "I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside", recorded by:
**Mark Sheridan
**Florrie Forde
* "I Just Came Back To Say Good Bye" - Amy Butler
* "I Love My Wife, But Oh, You Kid" - Billy Murray
* "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" - Billy Murray
* "If The Wind Had Only Blown The Other Way" - Grace Cameron
* "I'm A Member Of The Midnight Crew" - Eddie Morton
* "I'm Going To Do What I Please" - Stella Tobin
* "I've Got Rings On My Fingers", recorded by:
**Ada Jones
**Blanche Ring
* "Just Before The Battle, Mother" - Will Oakland
* "Let's Go Into A Picture Show", recorded by:
**Harry Tally with O/Walter B. Rogers
**Pete Murray
* "The Longest Way 'Round Is The Sweetest Way Home" - Will Oakland
* "Maple Leaf Rag" - United States Marine Band
* "Meet Me In Rose-Time, Rosie" - Peter Dawson (as Mr C. Handy)
* "My Pony Boy" - Ada Jones & Peerless Quartette
* "My Wife's Gone To The Country" - Collins & Harlan
* "Not For Me" - Bessie Wynn
* "Now I Have To Call Him Father" - Florrie Forde
* "Oh You Kid!" - Billy Murray & Ada Jones
* "Oh! You Candy Kid" - Ada Jones
* "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers" - Fisk University Jubilee Quartet
* "Old Black Joe" - Fisk University Jubilee Quartet
* "Put Me Upon An Island" - Wilkie Bard
* "Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet" - Haydn Quartette
* "Rainbow" - Frank C. Stanley and Henry Burr
* "She Sells Sea-Shells" - Billy Murray
* "The Star Spangled Banner" - Geraldine Farrar w. male chorus (Harry Macdonough, Reed Miller, Reinald Werrenrath and Frank C.Stanley)
* "Sweet Simplicitas" - Peter Dawson (as Charles Handy) w. Chorus (Ernest Pike, Harold Wilde & Stewart Gardner)
* "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" - Fisk University Jubilee Quartet
* "Take Me Up With You, Dearie" - Billy Murray & Haydn Quartet
* "That's A Plenty" - Arthur Collins
* "When I Dream In The Gloaming Of You", recorded by:
**Harry Tally with O/Charles A. Prince
**Walter Van Brunt
* "The Whole Damm Family" - Billy Murray
* "The Yama Yama Man" - Ada Jones
* "Ye Banks And Braes O' Bonnie Doon" - Nellie Melba
* "Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay!", recorded by:
**George Grossmith Jr.
**Blanche Ring with O/Walter B. Rogers

Classical music

*Arnold Bax - "In the Faery Hills"
*Ferruccio Busoni - "An die Jugend"
*Gustav Helsted - "Concerto for violin and orchestra in B minor"
*Anatoly Lyadov - "Kikimora", Op. 63
*John Blackwood McEwen - "A Solway Symphony"
*Gustav Mahler - "Das Lied von der Erde" completed
*Adolf Mišek - "Sonata for Double Bass and Piano no 1 in A major"
*Max Reger - "Psalm 100 op. 106", "Clarinet Sonata No. 3 op. 107", "String Quartet No. 4 op. 109"
*Sergei Taneyev - "Suite de concert for Violin and Orchestra"
*Charles Tournemire - "Symphony No. 2 (Ouessant)"
*Anton Webern - "5 movements"
*Anton Webern - "6 Pieces" for Orchestra

Opera

*Jules Massenet - "Bacchus (opera)"
*Ruperto Chapí - "Margarita la tornera (Margarita the Gatekeeper)"
*Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov - "The Golden Cockerel"
*Richard Strauss - "Elektra"
*Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari - "Il segreto di Susanna"

Musical theater

* "The Arcadians" London production opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre on April 28 and ran for 809 performances.
* "The Beauty Spot" Broadway production opened at the Herald Square Theatre on April 10 and ran for 137 performances
* "The Belle of Brittany" (Music: Howard Talbot & Marie Horne Lyrics: Percy Greenbank Book: P. J. Barron & Leedom Bantock) Broadway production opened at Daly's Theatre on November 8 and ran for 72 performances. Starring Frank Daniels and Francis Kennedy.
* "A Broken Idol" Broadway production opened at the Herald Square Theatre on August 16 and ran for 40 performances
* "The Chocolate Soldier" Broadway production opened at the Lyric Theatre on September 13, transferred to the Herald Square Theatre on October 25, transferred back to the Lyric Theatre on November 22 and transferred to the Casino Theatre on December 20 for a total run of 295 performances
* "The Dashing Little Duke" London production opened at Hicks Theatre on February 17 and ran for 101 performances
* "Dear Little Denmark" opened at the Prince Of Wales Theatre on September 1 and ran for 109 performances
* "The Dollar Princess" London production opened at Daly's Theatre on September 25 and ran for 428 performances
* "The Dollar Princess" Broadway production opened at the Knickerbocker Theatre on August 6 and ran for 250 performances
* "Der Graf von Luxemburg" ("The Count of Luxembourg") Vienna production opened at the Theater an der Wien on November 12 and ran for 299 performances
* "The Midnight Sons" Broadway production opened at the Broadway Theatre on May 22 and ran for 257 performances
* "Our Miss Gibbs" London production opened at the Gaiety Theatre on January 23 and ran for 636 performances.
* "A Persian Princess" London production opened at the Queen's Theatre on April 27 and ran for 68 performances.
* "Ziegfeld Follies of 1909" Broadway revue opened at the Jardin de Paris on June 14 and ran for 64 performances

Births

*January 3 - Victor Borge, musician, actor (d. 2000)
*January 13 - Ed Burke, jazz musician (d. 1988)
*January 15 - Gene Krupa, drummer (d. 1973)
*February 5 - Grazyna Bacewicz, Polish composer (d. 1969)
*February 9 - Carmen Miranda, Brazilian singer, actress (d. 1955)
*May 1 - George Melachrino, English conductor, singer and composer (d. 1965)
*May 10 - Maybelle Carter nee Addington, US country singer and musician, member of the Carter Family (d. 1978)
*May 13 - Ken Darby, US chorale director (d. 1992)
*May 30 - Benny Goodman, musician, actor (d. 1986)
*June 12 - Archie Bleyer, US arranger and bandleader (d. 1989)
*June 14 - Burl Ives (d. 1995)
*July 9 - Manolo Caracol, flamenco singer (d. 1973)
*July 18 - Harriet Hilliard, US singer and actress, wife of Ozzie Nelson and mother of Rick Nelson (d. 1994)
*August 10 - Claude Thornhill, US bandleader, pianist and composer (d. 1965)
*August 15 - Hugo Winterhalter, US conductor and arranger (d. 1973)
*August 17 - Larry Clinton, US bandleader and songwriter (d. 1985)
*August 25 - Ruby Keeler, dancer, actress (d. 1993)
*September 24 - Carl Sigman, songwriter (d. 2000)
*October 3 - Borney Bergantine, songwriter (d. 1952)
*November 10 - Johnny Marks, US songwriter (d. 1985)
*November 18 - Johnny Mercer, songwriter (d. 1976)
*December 15 - Jack Barry, singer (d. 1982)

Deaths

*January 15 - Ernest Reyer, composer and music critic (b. 1823)
*March 22 - Gyula Erkel, Hungarian composer, son of Ferenc Erkel
*March 25 - Ruperto Chapí, composer (b. 1851)
*May 6 - Fanny Cerrito, ballet dancer and choreographer (b. 1817)
*May 19 - Isaac Albéniz, Spanish composer (born 1860)
*June 1 - Giuseppe Martucci, composer and conductor
*June 7 - P. W. Halton, conductor (b. 1841)
*October 6 - Dudley Buck, composer (b. 1839)
*October 13 - Julius Ruthardt, violinist and composer (b. 1841)
*November 8 - Charles Bordes, composer (b. 1863)
*November 16 - Francis Thomé, pianist and composer (b. 1850)
*December 11 - Domenico Salvatori, "castrato" singer (b. 1855)
*December 15 - Francisco Tárrega, guitarist and composer (b. 1852)
*"date unknown"
**Ernest Hogan, ragtime musician (b. 1865)
**August Jaeger, music publisher (b. 1860)
**Katharine Purvis, lyricist of "When The Saints Go Marching In"
**Ivan Vsevolozhsky, director of the Imperial Theatres of Russia


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • 1909 in New Zealand — IncumbentsRegal and Vice Regal*Head of State Edward VII *Governor The Lord Plunket GCMG KCVO [Statistics New Zealand: New Zealand Official Yearbook, 1990 . ISSN 0078 0170 page 52] GovernmentThe 1tth New Zealand Parliament, Liberal commenced.… …   Wikipedia

  • Music of Saskatchewan — Music of Canada General topics Portal Genres …   Wikipedia

  • Music of Cuba — General topics Related articles Genres Batá and yuka Bolero Chachachá Changui Charanga …   Wikipedia

  • Music of Germany — Genres Electronic Rock (Krautrock) Hip hop Highlife Cabaret Volkstümliche Musik Schlager Heavy metal Opera Specific forms …   Wikipedia

  • Music of the Mass — • Article covers exclusively the texts of the Mass (not seasonal) which receive a musical treatment Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Music of the Mass     Music of the Mass …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Music (disambiguation) — Music is an art form consisting of sound and silence expressed through time. Contents 1 Albums 2 Songs 3 Computing …   Wikipedia

  • Music of Calabria — Music of Italy Genres: Classical (Opera) Pop Rock (Hardcore New Wave Progressive rock) Disco Folk Hip hop Jazz History and Timeline Awards …   Wikipedia

  • Music of Vespers —     Music of Vespers     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Music of Vespers     The texts (e.g. antiphons, psalms, hymn) sung in Vespers vary according to the feast or the season of the church year; and in churches where it is obligatory to recite… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • MUŠIC (Z.) — MUŠIC ZORAN (1909 ) Né en 1909 à Gorz (Gorizia), ville italienne alors placée sous la tutelle de l’empire austro hongrois, Zoran Musi face= EU Caron カ, est peut être, dans la seconde partie du XXe siècle, l’un des cinq ou six peintres qui se… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Mušič — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Aleš Mušič (* 1982), slowenischer Eishockeyspieler Marko Mušič (* 1941), slowenischer Architekt Zoran Mušič (1909−2005), jugoslawisch italienischer Maler Siehe auch: Musić …   Deutsch Wikipedia