1935 in music

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List of years in music (table)

This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1935.

Specific locations

Specific genres

Events

Albums released

Biggest hit songs

The following songs achieved the highest chart positions in the limited set of charts available for 1935.

# Artist Title Year Country Chart Entries
1 Fred Astaire Cheek to Cheek 1935 United States US Billboard 1 – 1935 (18 weeks), Your Hit Parade 1 of 1935, Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000 (1935), RYM 1 of 1935, US BB 2 of 1935, POP 2 of 1935, Oscar in 1935 (film 'Top Hat') (Nominated), AFI 15, Scrobulate 19 of vocal, nuTsie 27 of 1930s, Brazil 38 of 1936
2 Eddy Duchin Lovely to Look At 1935 United States US Billboard 1 – 1935 (14 weeks), Oscar in 1935 (film 'Roberta') (Nominated), Your Hit Parade 5 of 1935, US BB 12 of 1935, POP 12 of 1935, Brazil 49 of 1935
3 Shirley Temple On The Good Ship Lollipop 1935 United States US BB 1 of 1935, POP 1 of 1935, Music Imprint 9 of 1930s, AFI 69, RYM 109 of 1935, RIAA 136
4 The Carter Family Can the Circle Be Unbroken 1935 United States Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998 (1935), RYM 5 of 1935, Music Imprint 13 of 1920s, nuTsie 14 of 1930s, US Billboard 17 – 1935 (1 week), RIAA 116, Acclaimed 735 (1935), Song of 1935
5 Bing Crosby Silent Night, Holy Night 1935 United States Europe 2 of the 1930s (1935), nuTsie 5 of 1930s, US Billboard 6 – 1928 (3 weeks), UK 8 – Dec 1952 (2 weeks), DMDB 21 (1935), Global 4 (20 M sold) – 1935

Published popular music

Christmas songs

Top hit recordings

Top Christmas recordings

Classical music

Premieres

Sortable table
Composer Composition Date Location Performers
Badings, Henk Symphony No. 3 1935-05-02 Netherlands Amsterdam Concertgebouw OrchestraMengelberg [2]
Bartók, Béla String Quartet No. 5 1935-04-08 United States Washington DC Kolisch Quartet [3]
Casella, Alfredo Introduzione, Corale e Marcia 1935-12-11 Switzerland Winterthur Musikkollegium OrchestraScherchen [4]
Hartmann, Karl Amadeus Miserae 1935-09-02 Czechoslovakia Prague (ISCM) [unknown ensemble] – Scherchen [5]
Hindemith, Paul Der Schwanendreher 1935-11-14 Netherlands Amsterdam Hindemith / Concertgebouw OrchestraMengelberg [6]
Ibert, Jacques Concertino da camera 1935-12-11 Switzerland Winterthur Rascher / Musikkollegium OrchestraScherchen [4][7]
Messiaen, Olivier L'ascension 1935-02-09 France Paris Concerts Siohan OrchestraSiohan [8]
Milhaud, Darius Cello Concerto No. 1 1935-06-28 France Paris Maréchal / [unknown orchestra] – Inghelbrecht [9]
Milhaud, Darius Concertino de printemps 1935-03-21 France Paris Astruc / [unknown ensemble] – Milhaud [10]
Prokofiev, Sergei Violin Concerto No. 2 1935-12-01 Spain Madrid Soetens / Madrid SymphonyFernández Arbós [11]
Stravinsky, Igor Concerto for Two Pianos 1935-11-21 France Paris I. Stravinsky, S. Stravinsky [12]
Tippett, Michael String Quartet No. 1 1935-12-09 United Kingdom London Brosa Quartet [13]
Van Nuffel, Jules Laetatus sum 1935-07 Belgium Mechelen St. Rumbold's Cathedral Choir & organ
Villa-Lobos, Heitor Uirapuru 1935-05-25 Argentina Buenos Aires Teatro Colón orchestra & corps de ballet – Villa-Lobos[14]
Walton, William Symphony No. 1 1935-11-06 United Kingdom London BBC SymphonyHarty [15]
Webern, Anton Concerto for Nine Instruments 1935-09-04 Czechoslovakia Prague (ISCM) [unknown ensemble] – Jalowetz [16]

Compositions

Opera

Jazz

Musical theater

Musical films

Births

Deaths

Awards

References

  1. ^ Du Noyer, Paul (2003). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Music (1st ed.). Fulham, London: Flame Tree Publishing. p. 128. ISBN 1-904041-96-5. 
  2. ^ Universal Edition
  3. ^ Bartók's Chamber Music
  4. ^ a b Musikproduktion Hoeflich
  5. ^ Schott Music
  6. ^ American Viola Society
  7. ^ Clinton Symphony Orchestra
  8. ^ IRCAM
  9. ^ Darius Milhaud: Catalogue des oeuvres publiées par Durand, Eschig, Ricordi, Salabert. Page 37
  10. ^ Hyperion Records
  11. ^ San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
  12. ^ IRCAM
  13. ^ IRCAM
  14. ^ Villa-Lobos, sua obra, Version 1.0. MinC / IBRAM, and the Museu Villa-Lobos 2009, 38–39.
  15. ^ William Walton: Muse of Fire
  16. ^ IRCAM
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