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1904 in music

1900 in music, 1902 in music
This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1904

Contents

  • 1 Specific locations
  • 2 Events
  • 3 Published popular music
  • 4 Classical music
  • 5 Opera
  • 6 Operetta
  • 7 Musical theater
  • 8 Births
  • 9 Deaths

Specific locations

  • 1904 in Norwegian music

Events

  • January 13 – Béla Bartók's symphonic poem Kossuth is premiered in Budapest, becoming his first major work to be performed
  • February 17 – Puccini's Madama Butterfly debuts at La Scala in Milan to no great acclaim On May 28 a revised version opens in Brescia to huge success
  • June 9 – The Queen's Hall Orchestra, under Sir Henry Wood, plays its first concert under its new name of the London Symphony Orchestra
  • July 15 – Soprano Agnes Nicholls marries conductor Hamilton Harty
  • September 12 – Pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski gives a concert in Wellington, New Zealand
  • October
    • Alban Berg begins his studies under Arnold Schoenberg
    • The Gramophone Company records the Bach-Gounod Ave Maria GC 03033 performed by Dame Nellie Melba with Jan Kubelík on violin
  • October 18 – Gustav Mahler's Symphony No 5 is premiered by the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne under the composer's baton; it is also first published this year
  • November 10 – Ferruccio Busoni gives the world premiere of his Piano Concerto at the Beethoven-Saal in Berlin
  • December 24 – Theodore Thomas conducts his final concert of the Chicago Orchestra
  • Claudio Monteverdi's opera L'Orfeo is given a modern debut in concert version in Paris

Published popular music

  • "Abraham" w Sterling m Von Tilzer
  • "Absinthe Frappe" w Glen MacDonough m Victor Herbert
  • "Ain't It Funny What a Difference Just a Few Hours Make" w Henry Blossom m Alfred G Robyn Introduced by Raymond Hitchcock in the Broadway show The Yankee Consul
  • "Al Fresco" w Glen MacDonough m Victor Herbert
  • "Alexander" w Andrew B Sterling m Harry Von Tilzer
  • "All Aboard For Dreamland" w Andrew B Sterling m Harry Von Tilzer
  • "Back, Back To Baltimore" w Harry H Williams m Egbert Van Alstyne
  • "Big Indian Chief" w Bob Cole m J Rosamond Johnson
  • "Billy" w Edgar Malone m Ted S Barron
  • "Blue Bell" w Edward Madden, Dolly Morse m Theodore F Morse
  • "By The Old Oak Tree" w George V Hobart m Max Hoffmann
  • "Come Back To Sorrento" Original title "Torna A Surriento" wm Ernesto de Curtis & Claude Aveling
  • "Come Down From The Big Fig Tree" w Edward Madden m Theodore Morse
  • "Come Take A Trip In My Airship" w Ren Shields m George Evans
  • "Cordalia Malone" Jerome, Schwartz
  • "The Countess Of Alagazam" wm Bob Cole
  • "The Day That You Grew Colder" wm Paul Dresser
  • "Don't Cry, Katie, Dear" Mills
  • "Down In The Subway" Jerome, Schwartz
  • "Down On The Brandywine" w Vincent P Bryan m J B Mullen
  • "Fascination" w Dick Manning m F D Marchetti Words 1932
  • "Fishing" w James Weldon Johnson m J Rosamond Johnson
  • "Following In Father's Footsteps" wm E W Rogers
  • "Fu' The Noo" w Harry Lauder & Gerald Grafton m Harry Lauder
  • "The Ghost That Never Walked" w William Jerome m Jean Schwartz
  • "Gimme De Leavins" w James Weldon Johnson m Bob Cole
  • "Give My Regards to Broadway" wm George M Cohan
  • "Good-bye Flo" wm George M Cohan
  • "Goodbye, Little Girl, Goodbye" w Will D Cobb m Gus Edwards
  • "Goodbye, My Lady Love" wm Joseph E Howard
  • "The Goo-Goo Man" Stoddard, Schindler, Jerome
  • "Hannah, Won't You Open That Door" w Andrew B Sterling m Harry von Tilzer
  • "Have You Seen Maggie Riley" Von Tilzer
  • "He Done Me Wrong" wm Hughie Cannon
  • "Heinie" Rose, Snyder
  • "I Love You All The Time" wm Will R Anderson
  • "I Want To Be A Soldier" wm William Cahill
  • "I'm Longing For My Old Kentucky Home" w Vincent Bryan m J B Mullen
  • "In The Days Of Old" w Henry Blossom m Alfred G Robyn
  • "In Zanzibar – My Little Chimpanzee" w Will D Cobb m Gus Edwards
  • "Just An Ever-Loving Girl" w Vincent Bryan m J B Mullen
  • "Just For The Sake Of Society" w Alfred Bryan m Kerry Mills
  • "Kiss Me Good Night, Dear Love" wm Malcolm Williams & Israel Zangwill
  • "Let's All Go Up To Maud's" w Joseph C Farrell m Kerry Mills
  • "Life's A Funny Proposition After All" wm George M Cohan
  • "A Little Boy Called "Taps"" w Edward Madden m Theodore F Morse
  • "The Man Behind" w Vincent Bryan m J B Mullen
  • "The Man With The Ladder And Hose" wm T Mayo Geary
  • "La Mattinata" m Ruggiero Leoncavallo
  • "Maureen Of Ballinasloe" w J Francis Barron m J Airlie Dix
  • "Meet Me in St Louis, Louis" w Andrew B Sterling m Kerry Mills
  • "Mexico" w James Weldon Johnson & Bob Cole m Bob Cole
  • "Mister Wilson, That's All" w Henry Williams m Egbert Van Alstyne
  • "My Honey Lou" wm Thurland Chattaway
  • "My Kangaroo" Farrell & Kohlman
  • "Nan! Nan! Nan!" by Edward Madden
  • "Oh Bliss! Oh Joy!" Mullen
  • "Oh Gee! It's Great To Be Crazy" Carle, Bowers
  • "Oh! Oh! Sallie" Hartlett
  • "On The Warpath" Raymond A Browne composer
  • "One Fine Day" Original title "Un Bel Di" w L Illica & G Giacosa m G Puccini
  • "Please Come And Play In My Yard" w Edward Madden m Theodore F Morse
  • "The Preacher And The Bear" wm George Fairman
  • "Saint Louis Rag" m Tom Turpin
  • "Scissors To Grind" wm Thomas S Allen
  • "Seminole" w Harry Williams m Egbert Van Alstyne
  • "Shame On You" Larkin, Smith
  • "She Went to the City" by Paul Dresser
  • "Since Little Dolly Dimples Made A Hit" w William Jerome m Jean Schwartz
  • "St Louis Tickle" m Barney & Seymore
  • "The Story Of A Clothes Line" m James W Tate w Frank Clifford Harris
  • "Sweet Thoughts Of Home" w Stanislaus Stange m Julian Edwards
  • "Teasing" w Cecil Mack m Albert Von Tilzer
  • "Those Songs My Mother Used To Sing" wm H Wakefield Smith
  • "Three Green Bonnets" w Harris m Guy d'Hardelot
  • "Tippecanoe" w Harry Williams m Egbert Van Alstyne
  • "The Trumpeter" by Francis Barron
  • "What The Brass Band Played" Drislane, Morse
  • "Why Adam Sinned" wm Alex Rogers
  • "Won't You Fondle Me" wm James Kendis & Herman Paley
  • "The Yankee Doodle Boy" wm George M Cohan
  • "Your Mother Wants You Home Boy" wm Paul Dresser

Classical music

  • Béla Bartók
    • Piano Quintet
    • Rhapsody, Op 1
  • Hakon Børresen – Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in G major
  • Alexander Glazunov – Violin Concerto in A minor
  • Hamilton Harty – An Irish Symphony
  • Gustav Mahler – Kindertotenlieder Songs of the Death of Children song-cycle
  • Max Reger – Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Hiller
  • Alexander Scriabin – Symphony No 3
  • Petar Stojanović – Violin Concerto No 1
  • Igor Stravinsky – Piano Sonata in F-sharp minor

Opera

  • Franco Alfano – Risurrezione
  • Leoš Janáček – Jenůfa
  • Giacomo Puccini – Madama Butterfly
  • Sergei Rachmaninoff – The Miserly Knight
  • Amedeo Vives – Bohemios

Operetta

  • A rátartós királykisasszony The Haughty Princess by Victor Jacobi First performed on December 17 at Budapest

Musical theater

  • The Catch of the Season London production opened at the Vaudeville Theatre on September 9 and ran for 621 performances
  • The Cingalee Lionel Monckton, Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank – London production opened at Daly's Theatre on March 5 and ran for 365 performances
  • It Happened in Nordland Broadway production opened at the Lew M Fields Theatre on December 5 and ran for 254 performances
  • Little Johnny Jones book, music, lyrics, direction and featuring George M Cohan Broadway production opened at the Liberty Theatre on November 7 and ran for 52 performances
  • Paris by Night Music: Alfred Solmon Book: Harry Marshall Broadway production opened at the Madison Square Roof Garden on July 2 and ran for 50 performances Starring Ben Welch
  • The Rogers Brothers In Paris Broadway production opened at the New Amsterdam Theatre on September 5 and ran for 72 performances
  • Sergeant Brue London production opened at the Strand Theatre on June 14
  • The Yankee Consul Broadway production opened at the Broadway Theatre on February 22 and ran for 115 performances

Births

  • January 10 – Ray Bolger, singer, and dancer d 1987
  • January 13 – Richard Addinsell, composer d 1977
  • January 15 – Eddie DeLange, bandleader and lyricist d 1949
  • January 18 – Anthony Galla-Rini, accordionist, composer, and conductor d 2006
  • January 22 – George Balanchine, choreographer d 1983
  • February 3 – Luigi Dallapiccola, composer d 1975
  • February 23 – Allan Gray, film composer d 1973
  • February 29 – Jimmy Dorsey, bandleader d 1957
  • March 1 – Glenn Miller, trombonist and bandleader m 1944
  • March 4 – Joseph Schmidt, Austrian-Hungarian tenor and actor d 1942
  • April 9 – Sharkey Bonano, jazz musician d 1972
  • April 16 – Fifi D'Orsay, actress and singer d 1983
  • April 18 – Pigmeat Markham, all-round entertainer d 1981
  • April 29
    • Russ Morgan, orchestra leader d 1969
    • Pedro Vargas, Mexican singer and actor d 1989
  • May 21 – Fats Waller, American pianist and comedian d 1943
  • May 23 – Libby Holman, US singer and actress d 1971
  • May 26 – George Formby, English music hall performer, singer, actor and songwriter d 1961
  • May 28 – Margaret Harris, opera costume and set designer d 2000
  • May 29 – León Zuckert, conductor, composer and arranger d 1992
  • June 3 – Jan Peerce, American tenor d 1984
  • June 6 – Raymond Burke, clarinettist d 1986
  • June 7 – Don Murray, clarinettist d 1929
  • June 11 – Pinetop Smith, jazz pianist d 1929
  • June 15 – Anna Mahler, musician and sculptor d 1988
  • June 21 – Mack Gordon, Polish-born US lyricist d 1959
  • June 24 – Phil Harris, jazz musician d 1995
  • July 16
    • Mabel Wayne, US composer
    • Goffredo Petrassi, composer d 2003
  • July 18 – Harold Spivacke, music librarian and administrator d 1977
  • July 24 – Leo Arnaud, film composer d 1991
  • August 13 – Charles "Buddy" Rogers, actor and singer d 1989
  • August 17 – Leopold Nowak, Austrian musicologist d 1991
  • August 21 – Count Basie, bandleader d 1984
  • September 17 – Sir Frederick Ashton, dancer and choreographer d 1988
  • October 11 – Tita Merello, tango singer, dancer and actress d 2002
  • October 20 – Anna Neagle, actress and singer d 1986
  • October 24 – Moss Hart, musical theatre director d 1961
  • October 29 – Vivian Ellis, English composer d 1996
  • November 1 or November 14 – Aleksey Zhivotov, composer d 1964
  • November 14 – Dick Powell, actor and singer d 1963
  • November 18 – Masao Koga, Japanese composer d 1978
  • November 21 – Coleman Hawkins, saxophonist d 1969
  • November 25 – Toni Ortelli, Italian composer and alpinist d 2000
  • December 9 – Elsie Randolph, English actress, dancer and singer
  • December 18 – Wilf Carter, country singer d 1966
  • December 26 – Alejo Carpentier, musicologist d 1980
  • December 31 – Umm Kulthum, Egyptian singer and actress d 1975

Deaths

  • January 4 – Mitrofan Belyayev, music publisher b 1836
  • January 10 – Antoinette Sterling, singer
  • January 15 – Eduard Lassen, composer b 1830
  • January 20 – Maria Louisa Bustill, mother of Paul Robeson b 1853 domestic accident
  • March 10 – Giovanni Cesari, castrato singer b 1843
  • March 11 – Charles Grisart, opera composer b 1837
  • March 20 – Louisa Pyne, operatic soprano and opera company manager b 1832
  • March 31 – Sophia Karp, actress and singer b 1861
  • April 29 – Nellie Farren, burlesque actress and singer b 1848
  • May 1 – Antonín Dvořák, composer b 1841
  • May 19 – Korla Awgust Kocor, conductor and composer b 1822
  • May 30 – Laura Joyce Bell, contralto singer and actress b 1854
  • June 28 – Dan Emmett, founder of the Virginia Minstrels b 1815
  • July 13 – Giulia Warwick, operatic soprano and actress b 1857
  • August 6 – Eduard Hanslick, music critic b 1825
  • October 31 – Dan Leno, English music hall comedian, clog dancer and singer b 1860
  • November 30 – Aldine Silliman Kieffer, music teacher and publisher b 1840
  • date unknown
    • Antonio Galassi, operatic baritone b 1845
    • Arthur Lloyd, music hall entertainer and songwriter b 1839

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