1901 in music
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This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1901.
- April 18 - Contralto Mariska Horvath marries politician J. Frank Aldrich.
- October 27 – First complete performance of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2
- November 25 – Premiėre of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 4
- The classical music publishing firm Universal Edition is founded in Vienna.
- Enrique Granados founds the Academia Granados in Spain.
- Geraldine Farrar makes her operatic debut.
- Percy Grainger makes his recital debut.
- Thirteen-year-old Agustín Barrios begins attending university in Asunción on a music scholarship.
- Ragtime popularity grows.
Published popular music
- "Ain't That A Shame" w. John Queen m. Walter Wilson
- "All That Glitters Is Not Gold" w. George A. Norton m. James W. Casey
- "Any Old Place I Can Hang My Hat Is Home Sweet Home To Me" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
- "At The Pan-I-Marry-Can" w. Harry Dillon m. John Dillon
- "Baby Mine" w. Raymond A. Browne m. Leo Friedman
- "The Billboard" m. John N. Klohr
- "Blaze Away" m. Abe Holzmann
- "Coon! Coon! Coon!" by Leo Friedman & Gene Jefferson
- "The Country Girl" w. Stanislaus Stange m. Julian Edwards
- "Davy Jones' Locker" w.m. H. W. Petrie
- "Don't Put Me Off At Buffalo Any More" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
- "Down Where The Cotton Blossoms Grow" w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Harry Von Tilzer
- "Eyes Of Blue, Eyes Of Brown" w.m. Costen & Andrew B. Sterling
- "Flora, I Am Your Adorer" w. Vincent P. Bryan m. Charles Robinson
- "The Fortune Telling Man" w.m. Bert Williams & George Walker
- "Go Way Back And Sit Down" w. Elmer Bowman m. Al Johns
- "Good Morning, Carrie" w. Cecil Mack m. Chris Smith & Elmer Bowman
- "He Calls Me His Own Grace Darling" w.m.Lawrence Barclay
- "He Laid Away A Suit Of Gray To Wear The Union Blue" w. Edward M. Wickes m. Ben Jansen
- "He Ought To Have A Tablet In The Hall of Fame" w. Arthur L. Robb m. John Walter Bratton
- "Hello Central, Give Me Heaven" w.m. Charles K. Harris
- "Hiawatha" w. James O'Dea m. Neil Moret Words written 1903.
- "High Society" Porter Steele
- "Hoity-Toity" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
- "Jagtime Johnson's Ragtime March" by Fred L. Ryder
- "The Honeysuckle And The Bee" w. Albert H. Fitz m. William H. Penn
- "I Ain't A-goin' To Weep No More" w. George Totten Smith m. Harry von Tilzer
- "I Hate To Get Up Early In The Morning" w. John Queen m. Hughie Cannon
- "I Love You Truly" w.m. Carrie Jacobs-Bond
- "I Want To Be A Lidy" w. George Dance m. George Dee
- "If You Love Your Baby, Make Dem Goo-Goo Eyes" w. Bert Williams m. George Walker
- "I'll Be With You When The Roses Bloom Again" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
- "I'm Tired" w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
- "In The Shade Of The Palm" w.m. Leslie Stuart
- "The Invincible Eagle March" w.m. John Philip Sousa
- "It Seems Like Yesterday" w. Frederic Ranken m. Isidore Witmark
- "I've Grown So Used To You" w.m. Thurland Chattaway
- "Josephine, My Jo" w. Cecil Mack m. J. Tim Brymn
- "Just A-Wearyin' For You" w. Frank Lebby Stanton m. Carrie Jacobs-Bond
- "The Maiden With The Dreamy Eyes" w. James Weldon Johnson & Bob Cole m. J. Rosamond Johnson
- "Mamie, Don't You Feel Ashamie" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
- "Mighty Lak' A Rose" w. Frank Lebby Stanton m. Ethelbert Nevin
- "My Castle On The Nile" w. Bob Cole & James Weldon Johnson m. J. Rosamond Johnson
- "My Japanese Cherry Blossom" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
- "My Lady Hottentot" w. William Jerome m. Harry von Tilzer
- "My Lonesome Little Louisiana Lady" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
- "My Own United States" w. Stanislaus Stange m. Julian Edwards
- "My Princess Zulu Lulu" w.m. Dave Reed Jr
- "Nancy Brown" w.m. Clifton Crawford
- "O Dry Those Tears!" w.m. Teresa del Riego
- "Oh! Oh! Miss Phoebe" w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Harry von Tilzer
- "Panamericana" m. Victor Herbert
- "The Phrenologist Coon" w. Ernest Hogan m. Will Accooee
- "A Picture Without A Frame" w.m. Al Wilbur & Harry Jonnes
- "Rusty Rags" Ossman
- "Sally's Sunday Hat" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
- "Serenade" w. Jerry Gray & Herb Hendler m. Riccardo Drigo
- Seven Songs as Unpretentious as the Wild Rose Carrie Jacobs-Bond
- "She's Getting More Like The White Folks Every Day" w.m. Bert Williams & George Walker
- "A Signal from Mars" by E. T. Paull
- "Simple Little Sister Mary Green" w.m. Clifton Crawford
- "Somehow It Made Him Think Of Home" w. Frederic Ranken m. Isidore Witmark
- "Sunflower Slow Drag" m. Scott Joplin & Scott Hayden
- "Sweet Annie Moore" by John H. Flynn
- "Tact" w.m. Leslie Stuart
- "The Tale Of A Bumble Bee" w. Frank Pixley m. Gustav Luders
- "Tell Me Dusky Maiden" w. James Weldon Johnson & Bob Cole m. J. Rosamond Johnson
- "Tell Us Pretty Ladies" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
- "There's No North Or South Today" w.m. Paul Dresser
- "Tobermory" w.m. Harry Lauder
- "Way Down In Indiana" w.m. Paul Dresser
- "Way Down Yonder In The Cornfield" w. Will D. Cobb m. Gus Edwards
- "We Shall Overcome" w. C. Albert Tindley Music 1794 "O Sanctissima".
- "The Wedding Of Reuben And The Maid" (or "They were on their honeymoon") w. Harry B. Smith m. Maurice Levi
- "When It's All Goin' Out And Nothin' Comin' In" w.m. Bert Williams & George Walker words revised by James W Johnson.
- "When Mr Shakespeare Comes To Town" (or "I don't like them minstrel folks")w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz
- "When The Boys Go Marching By" w.m. Charles W. Doty
- "When Two Little Hearts Are One" w. Edgar Smith m. John Stromberg
- "Where The Silv'ry Colorado Wends Its Way" w. C. H. Scoggins m. Charles Avril
- "Zamona" w. Frederic Ranken m. William Loraine
Recorded popular music
- "A German Minstrel"
– George P. Watson on Edison Records
- "Good Evening Carrie"
– Dan W. Quinn
- "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"
– William Baird
- "Just As the Sun Went Down"
– J.J. Fisher on Consolidated Phonograph
- Hakon Børresen – String Sextet opus 5 in G major
- Frank Bridge – Scherzo Phantastick, String Quintet in E minor (probably), Berceuse for viola or cello and piano ()
- André Caplet – Myrrha (cantata)
- Ernő Dohnányi - Symphony No. 1 in D minor, Op. 9
- Felix Draeseke – String Quintet opus 77 in F major for two violins, viola and two cellos
- George Enescu –
- Alexander Glazunov – Piano Sonatas 1 and 2 opus 74 and 75 in B-flat minor and E minor
- Gustav Mahler – Symphony No. 4 in G
- Sergei Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18
- Ottorino Respighi – String Quintet for two violins, two violas and cello
- Sergei Taneyev – String Quintet opus 14 in G major for two violins, viola and two cellos
- Ludwig Thuille – Piano Quintet opus 20 in E-flat major
- Frederick Delius – A Village Romeo and Juliet
- Antonín Dvořák – Rusalka
- Enrique Granados – Picarol
- Jules Massenet – Grisélidis
- Giacomo Orefice - Chopin
- Charles Villiers Stanford – Much Ado About Nothing
- Richard Strauss – Feuersnot
- Blue Bell In Fairyland London production
- A Chinese Honeymoon London production opened at the Strand Theatre on October 5 and ran for 1075 performances.
- The Emerald Isle London production opened at the Savoy Theatre on April 27 and ran for 205 performances.
- The Fortune Teller London production opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre on April 7.
- Hoity-Toity Broadway revue opened at the Weber and Fields' Music Hall on September 5 and ran for 225 performances.
- Kitty Grey London production opened at the Apollo Theatre on September 7 and ran for 220 performances.
- The Little Duchess Broadway production opened at the Casino Theatre on October 14 and ran for 136 performances.
- The Rogers Brothers In Washington Broadway production opened at the Knickerbocker Theatre on September 2 and ran for 49 performances
- The Silver Slipper London production opened at the Lyric Theatre on June 1 and ran for 197 performances
- The Supper Club Broadway production opened on December 23 at the Winter Garden Theatre and ran for 40 performances.
- The Toreador London production opened at the Gaiety Theatre on June 17
- January 22 – Hans Erich Apostel, composer (d. 1972)
- February 2 – Jascha Heifetz, violinist (d. 1987)
- February 9 - Sebastian Kunjukunju Bhagavathar, Malayalam actor, singer, and author (d. 1985)
- February 15 – Kokomo Arnold, blues musician (d. 1968)
- March 21 – Nikos Skalkottas, Greek composer (d. 1949)
- March 27 - Enrique Santos Discépolo, Argentinian tango musician, composer and writer (d. 1951)
- May 12 – Scrappy Lambert, US singer (d. 1987)
- May 17 – Werner Egk, composer (d. 1983)
- May 21 – Horace Heidt, US bandleader (d. 1986)
- May 23 – Edmund Rubbra, composer (d. 1986)
- May 30 – Frankie Trumbauer, US saxophonist, bandleader and singer (d. 1956)
- June 6 – Véra Korène, actress and singer (d. 1996)
- June 10 – Frederick Loewe, composer of musicals (d. 1988)
- June 24 – Harry Partch, composer (d. 1974)
- June 29 – Nelson Eddy, US singer and actor (d. 1967)
- July 3 – Ruth Crawford-Seeger, composer (d. 1953)
- July 28 – Rudy Vallée, singer & bandleader (d. 1986)
- August 4 – Louis Armstrong, jazz trumpeter, composer, bandleader, singer (d. 1971)
- September 2 – Phil Napoleon, jazz trumpeter (d. 1990)
- September 9 – James Blades, percussionist (d. 1999)
- September 12 – Ernst Pepping, composer (d. 1981)
- September 26 – Ted Weems, US bandleader (d. 1963)
- October 2
- October 7 – Ralph Rainger, US composer and pianist (d. 1942)
- October 8 – Eivind Groven, composer (d. 1977)
- October 18 – Annette Hanshaw, US singer (d. 1985)
- October 20
- November 21 - Giacomo Vaghi, Italian opera singer (d. 1978)
- November 22 – Joaquin Rodrigo, Spanish composer (d. 1999)
- December 22 – André Kostelanetz, conductor and arranger (d. 1980)
- December 26 - Victor Hely-Hutchinson, composer (d. 1947)
- January 11 – Vasily Kalinnikov, composer (b. 1866)
- January 27 – Giuseppe Verdi, composer (b. 1813)
- February 17 – Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin, pianist and composer (b. 1862)
- March 19 – Philippe Gille, librettist (b. 1831)
- April 3 – Richard D'Oyly Carte, producer of Gilbert & Sullivan (b. 1844)
- April 14 – Alice Barnett, singer and actress (b. 1846)
- May 2 – Franz Rummel, pianist (b. 1853)
- May 9 – Gottfried von Preyer, conductor, composer and music teacher (b. 1807)
- May 20 - Betty Fibichová operatic contralto (b. 1846)
- June 17 – Cornelius Gurlitt, composer (b. 1820)
- June 23 – Charles Kensington Salaman, composer (b. 1814)
- July 18 – Carlo Alfredo Piatti, cellist (b. 1822)
- August 17 – Edmond Audran, composer (b. 1842)
- August 24 – Gunnar Wennerberg, poet, politician and composer (b. 1817)
- September 3 – Friedrich Chrysander, music historian and critic (b. 1826)
- September 29 - Adelaide Borghi-Mamo, mezzo-soprano (b. 1826)
- October 22 – Frederic Archer, organist, conductor and composer (b. 1838)
- November 25 – Josef Rheinberger, Liechtensteinian organist and composer (b. 1839)
- December 15 – Elias Álvares Lobo, composer (b. 1834)
- Smith, Harry B; Levi, Maurice (1901). The Wedding of the Reuben and the Maid. New York: Rogers Brothers. Retrieved 21 September 2014.
- Williams & Walker (1902). When it's all goin' out, and nothin' comin' in. New York: Jos. W. Stern and Co. Retrieved 21 September 2014.
- Jerome, William (1901). When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town. New York: Howley, Haviland and Dresser. Retrieved 21 September 2014.
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