1933 in music

Events

*January 23 - Béla Bartók's "Piano Concerto No. 2" is premiered in Frankfurt
*National Association for American Composers and Conductors is founded by Henry Hadley.
*Billie Holiday is "discovered" singing at Monette's club.
*Perry Como begins singing with the Freddie Carlone orchestra
*Gorni Kramer forms his first jazz band
*John Serry, Sr. performs as the first on stage concert accordion soloist at the Radio City Music Hall.

Published popular music

* "After All, You're All I'm After" words: Edward Heyman music: Arthur Schwartz
*"Ah, But Is It Love?" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Jay Gorney. Introduced by Lillian Miles and Roger Pryor in the film "Moonlight And Pretzels"
* "Annie Doesn't Live Here Any More" w. Joe Young & Johnny Burke m. Harold Spina
*"Are You Makin' Any Money?" w.m. Herman Hupfeld. Introduced by Lillian Miles in the film "Moonlight And Pretzels"
* "Beautiful Girl" w. Arthur Freed m. Nacio Herb Brown
* "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen" w.(English language) Sammy Cahn & Saul Chaplin (Yiddish) Jacob Jacobs m. Sholem Secunda
* "Black Moonlight" w.m. Arthur Johnston & Sam Coslow. Introduced by Kitty Kelly in the film "Too Much Harmony".
* "Blue Jazz" m. Gene Gifford
* "Blue Lou" w.m. Edgar Sampson & Irving Mills
* "Blue Prelude" w.m. Joe Bishop & Gordon Jenkins
* "Build A Little Home" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "By A Waterfall" w. Irving Kahal m. Sammy Fain
* "Carioca" w. Gus Kahn & Edward Eliscu m. Vincent Youmans
* "Close Your Eyes" w.m. Bernice Petkere
* "Coffee In The Morning, Kisses In The Night" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "The Day You Came Along" w.m. Arthur Johnston & Sam Coslow
* "Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel
* "Dinner at Eight" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jimmy McHugh
* "Doin' The Uptown Lowdown" w. Mack Gordon m. Harry Revel
* "Don't Blame Me" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jimmy McHugh
* "Down The Old Ox Road" w. Sam Coslow m. Arthur Johnston
* "Drop Me Off in Harlem" w. Nick Kenny m. Duke Ellington
* "Dusty Shoes" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Jay Gorney. From the film "Moonlight And Pretzels"
* "Easter Parade" w.m. Irving Berlin
* "Everything I Have Is Yours" w. Harold Adamson m. Burton Lane
* "Experiment" w.m. Cole Porter
* "Flying Down To Rio" w. Edward Eliscu & Gus Kahn m. Vincent Youmans. Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film Flying Down to Rio
* "Forty-Second Street" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Gimme A Pigfoot" w.m. Wesley Wilson
* "Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Love" w. Leo Robin m. Ralph Rainger. Introduced by Claudette Colbert in the film "Torch Singer"
*"Gotta Get Up And Go To Work" w.m. Herman Hupfeld. From the film "Moonlight And Pretzels"
* "A Guy What Takes His Time" w.m. Ralph Rainger
* "Happy As The Day Is Long" w. Ted Koehler m. Harold Arlen
* "Harlem On My Mind" w.m. Irving Berlin. Introduced by Ethel Waters in the musical "As Thousands Cheer".
* "Heat Wave" w.m. Irving Berlin
* "Hey, Young Fella" w. Dorothy Fields m. Jimmy McHugh
* "Honeymoon Hotel" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren. Introduced by Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler in the film "Footlight Parade"
* "How Could We Be Wrong?" w.m. Cole Porter. Introduced by Gertrude Lawrence in the musical "Nymph Errant"
* "How's Chances?" w.m. Irving Berlin, Introduced by Marilyn Miller and Clifton Webb in the musical "As Thousands Cheer"
* "A Hundred Years From Today" w. Ned Washington & Joe Young m. Victor Young
* "Hustlin' And Bustlin' For Baby" w.m. Harry M. Woods
* "I Cover The Waterfront" w. Edward Heyman m. John Green
* "I Found A New Way To Go To Town" Dubois, Ellison, Harvey
* "I Just Couldn't Take It Baby" w. Mann Holiner m. Alberta Nichols
* "I Like Mountain Music" w. James Cavanaugh m. Frank Weldon
* "I Took My Harp To A Party" w. Desmond Carter m. Noel Gay
* "I Wanna Be Loved" w. Edward Heyman & Billy Rose m. John Green
* "I'm No Angel" w.m. Gladys Du Bois, Ben Ellison & Harvey O. Brooks
* "I'm Satisfied" w. Mitchell Parish m. Duke Ellington
* "Inka Dinka Doo" w.m. Jimmy Durante & Ben Ryan
* "Isn't It a Pity?" w. Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin. Introduced by George Givot and Josephine Houston in the musical "Pardon My English"
* "Isn't It Heavenly" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Joseph Meyer
*"It Isn't Fair" w.m. Richard Himber, Frank Warshauer & Sylvester Sprigato
* "It's Only A Paper Moon" w. E. Y. Harburg & Billy Rose m. Harold Arlen
* "It's The Talk Of The Town" w. Marty Symes & Al J. Nieburg m. Jerry Livingston
* "I've Found The Right Girl" w.m. Stanley Lupino & Noel Gay
* "I've Got The World On A String" w. Ted Koehler m. Harold Arlen
* "I've Got To Sing A Torch Song" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Keep Young And Beautiful" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "The Last Round-Up" w.m. Billy Hill
* "Lazybones" w.m. Johnny Mercer & Hoagy Carmichael
* "Learn To Croon" w. Sam Coslow m. Arthur Johnston
* "Let's Fall In Love" w. Ted Koehler m. Harold Arlen
*"Let's Make Love Like the Crocodiles" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Jay Gorney. From the film "Moonlight And Pretzels"
*"Lorelei" w. Ira Gershwin m. George Gershwin
* "Love Locked Out" w. Max Kester m. Ray Noble
* "Love Me" w. Ned Washington m. Victor Young
* "Maria Elena" w. (Eng) S. K. Russell m. Lorenzo Barclelata
* "The Moment I Saw You" w.m. Noel Gay
*"Moonlight And Pretzels" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Jay Gorney. From the film "Moonlight And Pretzels"
* "Moonstruck" w. Sam Coslow m. Arthur Johnston
* "My Hat's On The Side Of My Head" w.m. Harry M. Woods & Claude Hurlburt
* "My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii" w.m. Billy Cogswell, Tom Harrison & Johnny Noble
* "My Moonlight Madonna" w. Paul Francis Webster m. William Scotti
* "My Shawl" w. (Eng) Stanley Adams (Sp) Pedro Berrios m. Xavier Cugat
* "My Song Goes 'Round The World" w.m. Hans May, Ernst Neubach & Jimmy Kennedy
* "Not For All The Rice In China" w.m. Irving Berlin
* "Nymph Errant" w.m. Cole Porter
* "Oceans Of Time" w. Douglas Furber, Clifford Grey & Greatrex Newman m. Johnny Green
* "Old Father Thames" w.m. Raymond Wallace & Betsy O'Hogan
* "Old Man Harlem" w.m. Rudy Vallee & Hoagy Carmichael
* "On the Trail" w. Harold Adamson m. Ferde Grofe
* "One Morning In May" w. Mitchell Parish m. Hoagy Carmichael
* "Oodles Of Noodles" m. Jimmy Dorsey
* "Pettin' In The Park" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "The Physician" w.m. Cole Porter
* "The Pig Got Up And Slowly Walked Away" w.m. Benjamin Hapgood Burt
* "Remember My Forgotten Man" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Roll Up The Carpet" w. Raymond Klages m. Raymond Klages, Al Goodhart & Al Hoffman
* "Shadow Waltz" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Shanghai Lil" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "She Loves Me Not" w. Edward Heyman m. Arthur Schwartz from the musical "She Loves Me Not"
* "Shuffle Off To Buffalo" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" w. Otto Harbach m. Jerome Kern
* "Snowball" w.m. Hoagy Carmichael
* "Solomon" w.m. Cole Porter from the musical "Nymph Errant"
* "Song Of Surrender" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Sophisticated Lady" w. Mitchell Parish & Irving Mills m. Duke Ellington
* "Stormy Weather" w. Ted Koehler m. Harold Arlen
* "Sweetheart Darlin'" w. Gus Kahn m. Herbert Stothart. Inroduced by Marion Davies in the film "Peg o' My Heart"
* "Temptation (1933 song)|Temptation" w. Arthur Freed m. Nacio Herb Brown
* "Thanks" w. Sam Coslow m. Arthur Johnston
* "There's A Cabin In The Pines" w.m. Billy Hill
*"There's a Little Bit of You in Every Love Song" w. E. Y. Harburg m. Sammy Fain. From the film "Moonlight And Pretzels"
* "There's Something About A Soldier" w.m. Noel Gay
* "They Call Me Sister Honky Tonk" w.m. Gladys DuBois, Ben Ellison & Harvey O. Brooks
* "Tony's Wife" w. Harold Adamson m. Burton Lane
* "The Touch Of Your Hand" w. Otto Harbach m. Jerome Kern
* "Twenty Million People" w. Sam Coslow m. Arthur Johnston from the film "Hello, Everybody!
* "We'll All Go Riding On A Rainbow" Harry M. Woods
* "We'll Make Hay While The Sun Shines" w. Arthur Freed m. Nacio Herb Brown
* "We're in the Money" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren introduced by Ginger Rogers in the film Gold Diggers of 1933
*"Weep No More, My Baby" w. Edward Heyman m. John Green. Introduced by Billy House and Una Vilon in the musical "Murder at the Vanities"
* "When It's Lamp Lighting Time in the Valley" w.m. Joe Lyons, Sam C. Hart & The Vagabonds
* "White Jazz" m. Gene Clifford
* "Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?" w.m. Frank Churchill
* "Yesterdays" w. Otto Harbach m. Jerome Kern
* "You Gotta Be A Football Hero" w.m. Al Lewis, Al Sherman & Buddy Fields
* "You Ought To See Sally On Sunday" w.m. Harry M. Woods
* "Young And Healthy" w. Al Dubin m. Harry Warren
* "Your Mother's Son-In-Law" w. Mann Holiner m. Alberta Nichols
* "You're My Thrill" w. Sidney Clare m. Jay Gorney
* "You've Got Me Crying Again" w. Charles Newman m. Isham Jones

Biggest hit songs

The following songs achieved the highest [http://tsort.info/music/yr1933.htm chart positions] in the limited set of charts available for 1933.

Top hit records

*"Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?" by Eddy Duchin
*"Just An Echo In the Valley" by Bing Crosby; also version by Rudy Vallee
*"Lazy Bones" by Ted Lewis Band; also version by Don Redman's Band
*"Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing" by Ben Bernie
*"Night and Day" by Eddy Duchin
*"Shadow Waltz" by Bing Crosby
*"Stormy Weather" by Ethel Waters
*"You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me" by Bing Crosby with Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians

Classical music

*Kurt Atterberg - "A Varmland Rhapsody"
*Paul Creston - "Seven Theses" for piano
*Robert M. Helmschrott - "Concerto for Organ and Percussion "Lamento"
*Gustav Holst - "Lyric Movement"
*Igor Markevitch - "Psaume for soprano, female chorus and orchestra"
*Xavier Montsalvatge - "Tres Impromptus"
*Sergei Prokofiev - "Peter and the Wolf"
*Dmitri Shostakovich - "Piano Concerto No. 1"
*Igor Stravinsky - "Perséphone"

Opera

*Aaron Avshalomov - "The Twilight Hour of Yan Kuei Fei"
*Joseph Canteloube - "Vercingétorix"
*Louis Gruenberg - "The Emperor Jones"
*Richard Strauss - "Arabella"

Musical theater

* "As Thousands Cheer" (Music and Lyrics: Irving Berlin Book: Moss Hart). Broadway revue opened at the Music Box Theatre on September 30 and ran for 400 performances
* "Ball At The Savoy" (Music: Paul Abraham Lyrics and Book: Oscar Hammerstein II). London production opened at the Drury Lane Theatre on September 8 and ran for 96 performances.
* "Command Performance" London production opened at the Saville Theatre on October 17 and ran for 31 performances
* "Gay Divorce" (Music and Lyrics: Cole Porter Book: Dwight Taylor). London production opened at the Palace Theatre on November 2 and ran for 180 performances
* "Give Me a Ring" London production opened at the Hippodrome on June 22 and ran for 239 performances.
* "He Wanted Adventure" London production opened at the Saville Theatre on March 28 and ran for 152 performances
*"Murder at the Vanities" - music by Victor Young. Broadway production opened at the New Amsterdam Theatre on September 8 and moved ot the Majestic Theatre on November 6 for a total run of 207 performances
* "Music in the Air" London production opened at His Majesty's Theatre on May 19 and ran for 275 performances
* "Nice Goings On" London production opened at the Strand Theatre on September 13 and ran for 221 performances
* "Nymph Errant" (Music and Lyrics: Cole Porter Book: Romney Brent). London production opened at the Adelphi Theatre on October 6 and ran for 154 performances
* "Pardon My English" Broadway production opened at the Majestic Theatre on January 20 and ran for 43 performances
* "Roberta" (Music: Jerome Kern Lyrics and Book: Otto Harbach). Broadway production opened at the New Amsterdam Theatre on November 18 and ran for 295 performances
* "That's a Pretty Thing" (Music: Noel Gay Lyrics: Desmond Carter Book: Stanley Lupino) London production opened at Daly's Theatre on November 22 and ran for 103 performances

Musical films

* "42nd Street" starring Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, George Brent, Ruby Keeler, Una Merkel, Ginger Rogers and Dick Powell
* "Adorable" starring Janet Gaynor, Henry Garat and C. Aubrey Smith. Directed by William Dieterle.
* "Aunt Sally" starring Cicely Courtneidge and Sam Hardy and featuring Debroy Somers and his Band. Directed by Tim Whelan.
* "A Bedtime Story" starring Maurice Chevalier, Helen Twelvetrees, Edward Everett Horton and Baby LeRoy.
* "Bitter Sweet" starring Anna Neagle, Fernand Gravey and Ivy St Helier
* "Born Lucky" starring Talbot O'Farrell and René Ray

* "College Humor" released July 5 starring Bing Crosby, Jack Oakie, Mary Carlisle, George Burns, Gracie Allen and Mary Kornman.
* "Dancing Lady" starring Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Franchot Toneand Robert Benchley and featuring Fred Astaire, Art Jarrett and Nelson Eddy.
*"Facing the Music" starring Stanley Lupino and Jose Collins
* "Flying Down to Rio" released December 22, starring Dolores Del Rio, Gene Raymond, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire.
* "Footlight Parade" starring James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler and Dick Powell
* "Going Hollywood" released December 22 starring Marion Davies and Bing Crosby
* "Gold Diggers of 1933" starring Warren William, Joan Blondell, Aline MacMahon, Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell and Ginger Rogers
* "The Good Companions" starring Jessie Matthews, Edmund Gwenn and John Gielgud
* "Happy" starring Stanley Lupino, Laddie Cliff, Will Fyffe and Harry Tate.
* "Hello, Everybody!" starring Kate Smith, Randolph Scott and Sally Blane. Directed by William A. Seiter.
* "I Am Suzanne" starring Lilian Harvey, Gene Raymond and Leslie Banks. Directed by Rowland V. Lee.
* "Let's Fall in Love" starring Edmund Lowe, Ann Sothern and Art Jarrett
* "Melody Cruise" starring Charles Ruggles. Phil Harris and Helen Mack
* "Moonlight And Pretzels" released August 1 starring Leo Carrillo and Mary Brian
* "My Weakness" starring Lilian Harvey, Lew Ayres, Charles Butterworth, Sid Silvers and Harry Langdon. Directed by David Butler.
* "Roman Scandals" starring Eddie Cantor, Ruth Etting, Gloria Stuart, David Manners and Edward Arnold. Directed by Frank Tuttle.
* "The Shady Lady" starring Phyllis Haver, Robert Armstrong, Louis Wolheim and Russell Gleason. Directed by Edward H. Griffith.
* "She Done Him Wrong" starring Mae West and Cary Grant.
* "Sitting Pretty" starring Jack Oakie, Jack Haley, Ginger Rogers, Thelma Todd and The Pickens Sisters
* "Take A Chance" starring James Dunn, Cliff Edwards, June Knight, Lillian Roth, Charles "Buddy" Rogers and Marjorie Main.
* "This Week of Grace" starred Gracie Fields
* "Too Much Harmony" released on September 23 starring Bing Crosby, Jack Oakie and Kitty Kelly.
* "Torch Singer" starring Claudette Colbert, Ricardo Cortez and Lyda Roberti
* "The Way To Love" starring Maurice Chevalier, Ann Dvorak and Edward Everett Horton. Directed by Norman Taurog.

Births

*January 17 - Dalida, singer (d. 1987)
*January 18 - Ray Dolby, inventor of the Dolby System
*January 23 - Chita Rivera, Broadway star
*January 29 - Sacha Distel, singer (d. 2004)
*February 7 - Stuart Burrows, operatic tenor
*February 17 - Bobby Lewis, R&B singer
*February 18 - Yoko Ono, widow of John Lennon and mother of Sean Lennon
*February 21 - Nina Simone, soul singer (d. 2003)
*February 22 - Katharine, Duchess of Kent, patron of music
*March 9 - Lloyd Price, rock & roll musician
*March 13 - Mike Stoller, songwriter
*March 14 - Quincy Jones, arranger
*March 15 - Roy Clark, country musician
*March 28 - Tete Montoliu, jazz pianist (d. 1997)
*April 8 - Fred Ebb, lyricist (d. 2004)
*April 12 - Montserrat Caballé, operatic soprano
*April 14 - Buddy Knox, singer and songwriter (d. 1999)
*April 24 - Freddie Scott, songwriter and singer (d. 2007)
*April 25 - Jerry Leiber, songwriter
*April 29 - Rod McKuen, songwriter
*April 30 - Willie Nelson, country singer and songwriter
*May 3 - James Brown, soul singer (d. 2006)
*May 21 - Maurice André, trumpeter
*May 22 - Don Estelle, actor and singer (d. 2003)
*June 17 - Christian Ferras, violinist (d. 1982)
*June 26 - Claudio Abbado, conductor
*July 10 - Eileen Rodgers, US singer (d. 2003)
*July 23 - Bert Convy, entertainer (d. 1991)
*July 27 - Nick Reynolds (The Kingston Trio)
*July 29 - Anne Rogers, English actress, singer and dancer
*August 8 - Joe Tex, soul singer-songwriter (d. 1982)
*August 15
**Bill Pinkney (The Drifters)
**Bobby Helms, singer (d. 1997)
*August 17 - Mark Dinning, singer (d. 1986)
*August 21 - Dame Janet Baker, operatic mezzo-soprano
*September 1 - Conway Twitty, country singer (d. 1993)
*September 8 - Asha Bhosle, Bollywood singer
*September 14 - Harve Presnell, actor and singer
*September 15 - Pat Barrett (The Crewcuts)
*September 17 - Dorothy Loudon, US singer (d. 2003)
*September 18 - Jimmie Rodgers, US pop singer
*September 25 - Ian Tyson (Ian & Sylvia)
*October 10 - Daniel Massey, star of musical theatre (d. 1998)
*October 17 - The Singing Nun (d. 1985)
*October 21 - Georgia Brown, English actress and singer
*October 27 - Floyd Cramer, pianist (d. 1997)
*November 3 - John Barry, film score composer
*November 6 - Joseph Pope (The Tams)
*November 16 - Garnett Mimms, soul singer
*November 23 - Krzysztof Penderecki, composer
*November 26 - Robert Goulet, singer and actor (d. 2007)
*November 29 - John Mayall, blues musician
*December 6 - Henryk Górecki, composer
*December 13 - Wayne Bennett, blues guitarist (d. 1992)

Deaths

*January 6 - Vladimir de Pachmann, pianist (born 1848)
*January 10 - Roberto Mantovani, violinist (born 1854)
*January 16 - Willy Burmester, violinist (born 1869)
*January 18 - Oskar Zawisza, priest and composer (born 1878)
*February 12 - Henri Duparc, composer (born 1848)
*February 18 - Arnold Mendelssohn, composer and music teacher (born 1855)
*March 26 - Eddie Lang, jazz musician (born 1902)
*April 9 - Sigfrid Karg-Elert, composer (born 1877)
*May 10 - Selma Kurz, operatic soprano (born 1874)
*May 26 - Jimmie Rodgers country singer, "The Singing Brakeman" (born 1897)
*June 19 - Yossele Rosenblatt, cantor and composer (born 1882)
*June 24 - Matilda Sissieretta Joyner Jones, operatic soprano and vaudeville singer (born 1869)
*July 6 - Robert Kajanus, conductor and composer (born 1856)
*July 14 - Raymond Roussel, author and pianist (born 1877)
*July 15 - Freddie Keppard, jazz musician (born 1890)
*July 26 - Charles Tindley, gospel music composer (born 1851)
*August 29 - Georgi Conus, composer (born 1862)
*September 7 - Marcel Journet, operatic bass (born 1867)
*September 10
** Adrian Ross, English lyricist (born 1859)
** Giuseppe Campari, opera singer and racing driver (born 1892) (in a motor racing accident)
*October - Joan Winters, Broadway dancer (born 1909) (murdered)
*October 6 - Zakaria Paliashvili, composer (born 1871)
*October 16 - Maurice Renaud, operatic baritone (born 1860)
*October 27 - Julius Klengel, cellist (born 1859)
*December 7 - Jan Brandts Buys, composer (born 1868)
*"date unknown"
**Blind Blake, blues musician (born c. 1893)
**Albert "Sonny" Cunha, musician, composer and bandleader (born 1879)
**Orville Harrold, operatic tenor (born 1878)
**Toktogul Satylganov, improvising poet and singer (born 1864)
**Manuel Torre, flamenco singer (born 1878)


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