1935 in music

Events

*April 8 - Béla Bartók's "String Quartet No. 5" is premiered in Washington, DC.
*April 23 - "Your Hit Parade" premieres on radio.
*December 1 - "Second violin concerto of Sergei Prokofiev premieres in Madrid"
*Soprano Bidu Sayão marries baritone Giuseppe Danise.
*Swing music achieves popularity.
*Frank Sinatra's professional singing career begins.
*Natalino Otto makes his debut on US radio.

Albums released

*"Highlights from Porgy and Bess" - Various Artists

Biggest hit songs

The following songs achieved the highest [http://tsort.info/music/yr1935.htm chart positions] in the limited set of charts available for 1935.

Top hit recordings

* "Blue Moon" by Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra
* "Chasing Shadows" by The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
* "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter" by Fats Waller & His Rhythm
* "In A Little Gypsy Tea Room" by Bob Crosby & His Orchestra
* "It's A Sin to Tell a Lie" by Fats Waller & His Rhythm
* "The Object Of My Affection" by the Boswell Sisters
* "The Lady In Red" by Louis Prima
* "On the Isle Of Capri" by Ray Noble & His Orchestra
* "On the Beach at Bali-Bali" by Henry "Red" Allen
* "Red Sails In the Sunset" by Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians
* "When I Grow Too Old To Dream" by Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orchestra

Published popular music

* "About A Quarter To Nine" words: Al Dubin music: Harry Warren. Introduced by Al Jolson in the film "Go Into Your Dance"
* "According To The Moonlight" w. Jack Yellen & Herb Magidson m. Joseph Meyer
*"Alone" w. Arthur Freed m. Nacio Herb Brown. Introduced by Allan Jones and Kitty Carlisle in the film "A Night at the Opera"
* "Animal Crackers in My Soup" w. Ted Koehler & Irving Caesar m. Ray Henderson. Introduced by Shirley Temple in the film "Curly Top"
* "A Beautiful Lady In Blue" w. Sam M. Lewis m. J. Fred Coots
* "Begin the Beguine" w.m. Cole Porter
* "Bess Oh Where Is My Bess" George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Dubose Heyward
* "Bess, You Is My Woman Now" w. DuBose Heyward & Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin
* "The Blues Jumped A Rabbit" w.m. Jimmie Noone
* "Broadway Rhythm" w. Arthur Freed m. Nacio Herb Brown
* "The Broken Record" w.m. Cliff Friend, Charles Tobias & Boyd Bunch
* "But Where Are You?" w.m. Irving Berlin
* "The Buzzard" m. Bud Freeman
* "Buzzard Song" w. DuBose Heyward m. George Gershwin
*"Casino De Paree" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Al Jolson in the film "Go Into Your Dance"
* "Cheek To Cheek" w.m. Irving Berlin. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film "Top Hat"
* "Christopher Robin Is Saying His Prayers" w.m. A. A. Milne & Harold Fraser-Simson
* "Clouds" w. Gus Kahn m. Walter Donaldson
* "The Cockeyed Mayor Of Kaunakakai" w. R. Alex Anderson & Al Stillman m. R. Alex Anderson
* "Cosi Cosa" w. Ned Washington m. Bronislaw Kaper & Walter Jurmann
*"Curly Top" w. Ted Koehler m. Ray Henderson. Introduced by John Boles in the film "Curly Top"
* "Darling, Je Vous Aime, Beaucoup" w.m. Anna Sosenko
* "Dinner For One, Please James" w.m. Michael Carr
* "The Dixieland Band" m. Johnny Mercer m. Bernard Hanighen
* "Don't Give Up The Ship" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Don't Mention Love To Me" Oscar Levant & Dorothy Fields
* "Down By The River" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers
* "Dust Off That Old Pianna" w.m. Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner & Gerald Marks
* "East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)" w.m. Brooks Bowman
* "Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo" w.m. Johnny Mercer & Matt Malneck
* "Every Little Moment" w. Dorothy Fields m.Jimmy McHugh
* "Everything's Been Done Before" w.m. Harold Adamson, Jack King & Edwin H. Knopf
* "Everything's In Rhythm With My Heart" w.m. Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman & Maurice Sigler
* "Fanlight Fanny" George Formby, Gifford, Cliffe
* "From The Top Of Your Head" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel
* "Got A Bran' New Suit" w. Howard Dietz m. Arthur Schwartz
* "(Lookie, Lookie, Lookie)Here Comes Cookie" w.m. Mack Gordon
* "Honky Tonk Train" m. Meade Lux Lewis
* "Hooray For Love" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jimmy McHugh. Introduced by Gene Raymond in the film "Hooray for Love"
* "I Built a Dream One Day" w. Oscar Hammerstein II m. Sigmund Romberg. Introduced by Walter Slezak, Walter Woolf King and Robert C. Fischer in the musical "May Wine".
* "I Can't Get Started" w. Ira Gershwin m. Vernon Duke
* "I Dream Too Much (Alone)" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jerome Kern
* "I Feel A Song Coming On" w. Dorothy Fields & George Oppenheimer m. Jimmy McHugh
* "I Feel Like A Feather In The Breeze" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel
* "I Got Plenty O' Nuttin' " w. Ira Gershwin & DuBose Heyward m. George Gershwin
* "I Loves You Porgy" w. DuBose Heyward & Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin
* "I Wish I Were Aladdin" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel
* "I Wished on the Moon" w. Dorothy Parker m. Ralph Rainger
* "I Won't Dance" w. Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh m. Jerome Kern
* "I'd Love To Take Orders From You" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "I'd Rather Lead A Band" w.m. Irving Berlin. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film "Follow the Fleet"
* "I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again" w.m. Harry M. Woods
* "I'm Building Up To An Awful Letdown" w. Johnny Mercer m. Fred Astaire
* "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter" w. Joe Young m. Fred E. Ahlert
* "I'm in the Mood for Love" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jimmy McHugh. Introduced by Frances Langford in the film "Every Night at Eight".
* "I'm Living In A Great Big Way" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jimmy McHugh. Introduced by Bill Robinson and Jeni Le Gon in the film "Hooray for Love".
* "I'm Shooting High" w. Ted Koehler m. Jimmy McHugh
* "I'm Sitting High On A Hilltop" w. Gus Kahn m. Arthur Johnston
* "I'm Wearin' My Green Fedora" Al Sherman, Al Lewis, Joseph Meyer.
* "In A Little Gypsy Tea Room" w. Edgar Leslie m. Joe Burke
* "In A Sentimental Mood" w. Manny Kurtz & Irving Mills m. Duke Ellington
* "In The Middle Of A Kiss" w.m. Sam Coslow
* "Isn't This a Lovely Day?" w.m. Irving Berlin. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film "Top Hat"
* "It Ain't Necessarily So" w. Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin
* "It's An Old Southern Custom" w. Jack Yellen m. Joseph Meyer
* "It's Easy To Remember" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers
* "I've Got My Fingers Crossed" w. Ted Koehler m. Jimmy McHugh
* "Just One Of Those Things" w.m. Cole Porter
* "The Lady In Red" w. Mort Dixon m. Allie Wrubel. Introduced in the film "In Caliente" by Wini Shaw, Edward Everett Horton, George Humbert and Judy Canova.
* "Last Night When We Were Young" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Harold Arlen
* "Let's Dance" w.m. Fanny Baldridge, Gregory Stone & Joseph Bonime
* "Life Is A Song (Let's Sing It Together)" w. Joe Young m. Frank E. Ahlert
* "Lights Out" by Billy Hill
* "A Little Bit Independent" w. Edgar Leslie m. Joe Burke
* "A Little White Gardenia" w.m. Sam Coslow
* "Love Is A Dancing Thing" w. Howard Dietz m. Arthur Schwartz
* "Love Me Forever" by Gus Kahn
* "Lovely To Look At" w. Dorothy Fields & Jimmy McHugh m. Jerome Kern
* "Lullaby Of Broadway" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Lulu's Back In Town" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Dick Powell and The Mills Brothers in the film Broadway Gondolier.
* "Maybe" w.m. Allan Flynn & Frank Madden
* "Men About Town" w.m. Noël Coward
* "Miss Brown To You" w. Leo Robin m. Ralph Rainger & Richard A. Whiting
* "Moon Over Miami" w. Edgar Leslie m. Joe Burke
* "Moonburn" w. Edward Heyman m. Hoagy Carmichael
* "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers. Introduced by Donald Novis and Gloria Grafton in the musical "Jumbo".
* "Mrs Worthington" w.m. Noël Coward
* "The Music Goes 'Round And Around" w. "Red" Hodgson m. Edward Farley & Michael Riley
* "My Heart And I" w. Leo Robin m. Frederick Hollander
* "My Man's Gone Now" w. DuBose Heyward m. George Gershwin
* "My Romance" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers
* "My Very Good Friend The Milkman" w. Johnny Burke m. Harold Spina
* "No Strings (I'm Fancy Free)" w.m. Irving Berlin. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film "Top Hat"
* "Nobody's Darlin' But Mine" w.m. Jimmie Davis
* "On the Beach at Bali-Bali" w.m. Al Sherman, Abner Silver, Jack Maskill
* "On Treasure Island" w. Edgar Leslie m. Joe Burke, Myers, Wendling
* "Paris in the Spring" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel. Introduced by Mary Ellis in the film "Paris in Spring"
* "The Piccolino" by Irving Berlin. Introduced by Ginger Rogers in the film "Top Hat"
*"A Picture Of Me Without You" w.m. Cole Porter. Introduced by June Knight and Charles Walters in the musical "Jubilee"
* "Red Sails In The Sunset" w. Jimmy Kennedy m. Will Grosz
* "Roll Along, Prairie Moon" w.m. Albert Von Tilzer, Harry McPherson & Ted Fiorito
* "The Rose In Her Hair" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Dick Powell in the film Broadway Gondolier.
* "Say "Si Si"" w. (Eng) Al Stillman (Sp) Francia Luban m. Ernesto Lecuona
* "Shadow Play" w.m. Noël Coward
* "She's A Latin From Manhattan" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Al Jolson in the film "Go Into Your Dance"
* "Shoe Shine Boy" w. Sammy Cahn m. Saul Chaplin
* "So Long, It's Been Good To Know You" w.m. Woody Guthrie
* "Soon (Maybe Not Tomorrow)" w. Lorenz Hart m. Richard Rodgers
* "Summertime" w. DuBose Heyward m. George Gershwin
* "Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle" w.m. Walter G, Samuels, Leonard Whitcup & Teddy Powell
* "Thanks a Million" w. Gus Kahn m. Arthur Johnston. Introduced by Dick Powell in the film "Thanks a Million".
* "There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York" w. Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin
* "There's No One With Endurance Like The Man Who Sells Insurance" Frank Crumit, Curtis
* "These Foolish Things" w. Holt Marvell m. Jack Strachey & Harry Link
*"This Time It's Love" by Sam M. Lewis
* "Top Hat, White Tie and Tails" w.m. Irving Berlin. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film "Top Hat"
* "When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful" Harry M. Woods
* "Who's Been Polishing The Sun" w.m. Noel Gay
* "Why Shouldn't I?" by Cole Porter
* "Why Stars Come Out At Night" w.m. Ray Noble
* "A Woman Is A Sometime Thing" w. DuBose Heyward m. George Gershwin
* "You Are My Lucky Star" w. Arthur Freed m. Nacio Herb Brown
* "You Hit the Spot" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel. Performed by Frances Langford in the 1936 musical film "Collegiate".
* "You Let Me Down" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Jane Froman in the film "Stars Over Broadway"
* "Your Feet's Too Big" w.m. Ada Benson & Fred Fisher
* "You're an Angel" by Jimmy McHugh
* "You're The Only Star (In My Blue Heaven)" w.m. Gene Autry

Christmas songs

*"När ljusen tändas därhemma" - translated into Swedish by Nils Hellström
*"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" by J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie

Classical music

*Alban Berg - Violin Concerto
*Hanns Eisler - "Lenin Requiem"
*Rudolf Escher - Piano Sonata No. 1
*Pierre-Octave Ferroud - "Sonnerie pour le Hérault "
*Vittorio Giannini - Piano Concerto
*Paul Hindemith - "Der Schwanendreher" for Viola and Orchestra
*Akira Ifukube - "Japanese Rhapsody"
*Uuno Klami - "Psalmus" (oratorio)
*Hans Pfitzner - Cello Concerto No. 1 in G Major
*Sergei Prokofiev - Violin Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 63
*Roger Sessions - Violin Concerto in B minor
*William Walton - Symphony No. 1

Opera

*Brian Easdale - "The Corn King"
*Reynaldo Hahn - "Le Marchand de Venise"
*Karl Amadeus Hartmann - "Simplicius Simplicissimus"
*Arthur Honegger - "Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher"
*Pietro Mascagni - "Nerone"

Musical theater

* "Anything Goes" London production opened at the Palace Theatre on June 14 and ran for 261 performances
* "The Gay Deceivers" London production opened at the Coliseum on September 7 and ran for 123 performances
* "Glamorous Night" (w. Christopher Hassall m. Ivor Novello) - London production opened at the Theatre Royal on May 2 and ran for 243 performances
*"Jubilee" Broadway production opened at the Imperial Theatre on October 12 and ran for 169 performances.
* "Jumbo" Broadway production opened at the Hippodrome on November 16 and ran for 233 performances.
* "May Wine" Broadway production opened at the St. James Theatre on December 5 and ran for 213 performances.
* "Porgy And Bess" (George Gershwin) - Broadway production opened at the Alvin Theatre on October 10 and ran for 124 performances
* "Stop Press" London production opened at the Adelphi Theatre on February 21.

Musical films

* "Be Careful, Mr Smith" starring Bobbie Comber
* "Broadway Gondolier" released July 27 starring Dick Powell and Joan Blondell, and featuring The Mills Brothers and Ted Fio Rito & his Band.
* "Broadway Melody of 1936" starring Jack Benny, Eleanor Powell, Una Merkel and Robert Taylor and featuring Frances Langford.
* "Curly Top" released August 2 starring Shirley Temple
* "Dizzy Dames" starring Marjorie Rambeau, Inez Courtney, Fuzzy Knight and Kitty Kelly.
* "Every Night at Eight" starring Alice Faye, Frances Langford and Patsy Kelly.
* "First a Girl starring Jessie Matthews and Sonnie Hale
* "George White's 1935 Scandals" starring Alice Faye, Cliff Edwards and Eleanor Powell.
* "Go Into Your Dance" released April 20 starring Al Jolson and Ruby Keeler
* "Heart's Desire" starring Richard Tauber
* "Hooray for Love" starring Ann Sothern, Gene Raymond and Pert Kelton, and featuring Bill Robinson and Fats Waller.
*"In Caliente" starring Dolores Del Rio, Pat O'Brien, Leo Carillo and Edward Everett Horton and featuring Wini Shaw.
* "King Solomon of Broadway" starring Edmund Lowe, Dorothy Page and Pinky Tomlin.
* "Naughty Marietta" starring Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy and Elsa Lanchester
* "The Night Is Young" starring Ramon Novarro, Evelyn Laye, Charles Butterworth, Una Merkel and Edward Everett Horton
* "Paddy O'Day" starring Jane Withers, Pinky Tomlin and Rita Hayworth
* "Reckless" starring Jean Harlow and William Powell and featuring Allan Jones and Nina Mae McKinney.
* "Redheads on Parade" starring John Boles, Dixie Lee and Jack Haley.
* "Roberta" starring Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Irene Dunne and Randolph Scott.
* "She Shall Have Music" starring Jack Hylton, June Clyde and Brian Lawrance
* "Shipmates Forever" starring Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler
* "Stars Over Broadway" released November 5 starring Jane Froman and James Melton
* "Sweet Music" starring Rudy Vallee, Ann Dvorak and Helen Morgan
* "Thanks a Million" starring Dick Powell and Ann Dvorak
* "Top Hat" starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
* "Two for Tonight" starring Bing Crosby, Joan Bennett and Thelma Todd

Births

*January 8 - Elvis Presley (died 1977) and his identical twin, Jesse Garon Presley (died at birth)
*January 10
** Ronnie Hawkins (The Hawks)
** Sherrill Milnes, operatic baritone
*February 5 - Alex Harvey, rock singer (died 1982)
*February 11
** Gene Vincent, rock & roll singer (died 1971)
** Bent Lorentzen, composer
*February 12 - Gene McDaniels, singer and songwriter
*February 16 - Sonny Bono, singer, actor and record producer (died 1998)
*February 27 - Mirella Freni, operatic soprano
*March 29 - Ruby Murray, singer (died 1996)
*March 31 - Herb Alpert, trumpeter and bandleader
*April 5 - Peter Grant, manager and record executive (died 1995)
*April 7Bobby Bare, American singer/songwriter
*April 9 - Aulis Sallinen, Finnish composer
*April 16 - Bobby Vinton, singer
*April 19 - Dudley Moore, English composer, jazz pianist, actor (died 2002)
*April 22 - Paul Chambers, jazz bassist (died 1969)
*April 23 - Ray Peterson, singer (died 2005)
*May 10 - Larry Williams, singer, songwriter and pianist (died 1980)
*May 27 - Ramsey Lewis, jazz musician and composer
*June 25 - Eddie Floyd, soul singer and songwriter
*July 8 - Steve Lawrence
*July 15 - Diahann Carroll, US actress and singer
*July 17 - Peter Schickele, composer
*July 23 - Cleveland Duncan (The Penguins)
*July 29 - Jacques Levy, songwriter (died 2004)
*July 29 - Morella Muñoz, singer (died 1995)
*August 2 - Hank Cochran, country music singer/songwriter
*August 15 - Jim Dale, singer, songwriter and actor
*August 16 - Bobby Mitchell, New Orleans do-wop and R&B singer (died 1986)
*August 18 - Sir Howard Morrison, singer
*August 30 - John Phillips, singer, guitarist and songwriter (The Mamas and Papas) (died 2001)
*September 9 - Chaim Topol, "Fiddler on the Roof" star
*September 11 - Arvo Pärt, composer
*September 19 - Nick Massi (The Four Seasons) (died 2000)
*September 29 - Jerry Lee Lewis, singer, songwriter and pianist
*September 30
** Johnny Mathis, singer
** Z. Z. Hill, blues singer
*October 1 - Julie Andrews, singer and actress
*October 12
** Luciano Pavarotti, operatic tenor (died 2007)
** Sam Moore (Sam and Dave)
*October 14 - La Monte Young, composer
*October 15 - Barry McGuire, singer and songwriter
*October 20 - Jerry Orbach, musical theatre actor
*October 21 - Derek Bell, harpist and composer (died 2002)
*November 27 - Al Jackson (Booker T. & the M.G.'s)
*December 1 - Lou Rawls, singer (died 2006)
*December 23 - Little Esther Phillips, singer (died 1984)
*December 26 - Abdul "Duke" Fakir (The Four Tops)

Deaths

*January 8 - Jesse Garon Presley, newborn twin of Elvis Presley
*January 11 - Marcella Sembrich, coloratura soprano (born 1858)
*January 13 - Heinrich Schenker, music theorist (born 1868)
*January 22 - Zequinha de Abreu, musician and composer (born 1880)
*January 28 - Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, composer (born 1859)
*February 2 - Clara Smith, blues singer (born c. 1894)
*April 2 - Bennie Moten, jazz pianist and bandleader (born 1894)
*April 5 - Emil Młynarski, violinist, conductor and composer (born 1870)
*April 16 - Victor Ewald, composer (born 1860)
*April 23 - Georgina Stirling, operatic soprano (born 1866)
*May 3 - Charles Manners, operatic bass (born 1857)
*May 10 - Herbert Witherspoon, operatic bass and opera manager (born 1873)
*May 17 - Paul Dukas, composer (born 1865)
*May 19 - Charles Martin Loeffler, composer
*May 29 - Josef Suk, composer (born 1874)
*June 6 - Jacques Urlus, operatic tenor (born 1867)
*June 24 - in an air crash in Colombia:
**Carlos Gardel, tango singer (born 1887)
**Alfredo Le Pera, lyricist (born 1900)
*July 21 - Honoré Dutrey, jazz trombonist (born c. 1894)
*August 2 - Isidore de Lara, composer (born 1858)
*August 20 - Otakar Ostrčil, composer and conductor (born 1879)
*August 21 - Marjorie White, actress, singer and dancer (born 1904) (in a car crash)
*September 11 - Evelyn Hoey, torch singer (born 1910) (suicide)
*September 20 - Amy Sherwin, operatic soprano (born 1855)
*September 23 - DeWolf Hopper, US actor and singer (born 1858)
*October 4 - Marie Gutheil-Schoder, operatic soprano (born 1874)
*October 13 - Dranem, French singer and music hall entertainer (born 1869)
*November 16 - Kurt Schindler, conductor and composer (born 1882)
*November 18 - Anton Hekking, cellist (born 1856)
*November 28 - Erich von Hornbostel, musicologist (born 1877)
*December 4 - Johan Halvorsen, violinist, conductor and composer
*December 9 - Nina Grieg, soprano and wife of Edvard Grieg (born 1845)
*December 24 - Alban Berg, composer (b. 1885)
*"date unknown"
**Alice Esty, operatic soprano (born 1864)
**Leopold Lichtenberg, violinist (born 1861)
**Jelka Rosen, wife of Frederick Delius (born 1868)
**Israel Schorr, cantor (born 1886)


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