1903 in music

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List of years in music (table)
  • 1900
  • 1901
  • 1902
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  • 1904
  • 1905
  • 1906
  • This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1903.

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    Published popular music[edit]

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    Recorded popular music[edit]

    • "Always In The Way" (w.m. Charles K. Harris)
      Byron G. Harlan on Edison Records
    • "Any Rags?" (w.m. Thomas S. Allen)
      Arthur Collins on Edison
    • "The Arrow And The Song" (w. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow m. Michael William Balfe)
      Herbert Goddard on Victor Records
    • "Badinage" (m. Victor Herbert)
      – Edison Grand Concert Band on Edison
    • "Bedelia" (w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz)
      – George J. Gaskin on Columbia Records
      Edward M. Favor on Columbia
      Billy Murray on Edison
    • "The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous" (w.m. Dan McAvoy)
      – Edward M. Favor on Edison
      Dan W. Quinn on Victor
    • "Blaze Away" (m. Abe Holzmann)
      – banjos Vess L. Ossman & Bill Farmer on Victor
    • "Blaze Away" (m. Abe Holzmann)
      – Kendle's Band on Victor
    • "By The Sycamore Tree" (w. George V. Hobart m. Max Hoffmann)
      Harry Macdonough on Edison
      – Bob Roberts on Columbia
      – Billy Murray on Victor
    • "Come Down Ma' Evenin' Star" (w. Robert B. Smith m. John Stromberg)
      Mina Hickman on Victor
    • "Congo Love Song" (w.m. Bob Cole & J. Rosamond Johnson)
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison
      – Mina Hickman on Victor
    • "Could You Be True To Eyes Of Blue If You Looked Into Eyes Of Brown?" (w.m. Will D. Cobb & Gus Edwards)
      – Harry Macdonough on Victor
    • "The Country Girl" (w. Stanislaus Stange m. Julian Edwards)
      Vesta Victoria on Gramophone Records
    • "Didn't Know Exactly What To Do" (w. Frank Pixley m. Gustav Luders)
      – Edward M. Favor on Edison
    • "Down On The Farm" (w. Raymond A. Browne m. Harry Von Tilzer)
      Franklyn Wallace on Edison
    • "Flowers Of Dixieland" (w. Edgar Smith m. J. Rosamond Johnson)
      – Franklyn Wallace on Edison
    • "The Gambling Man(1)" (w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz)
      Silas Leachman on Victor
    • "Good-bye, Eliza Jane" (w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Harry Von Tilzer)
      Arthur Collins on Edison
    • "Hamlet Was A Melancholy Dane" (w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz)
      – Edward M. Favor on Edison
    • "He Ought To Have A Tablet In The Hall of Fame" (w. Arthur L. Robb m. John Walter Bratton)
      – Edward M. Favor on Edison
    • "He Was A Sailor" (w. William Jerome m. Jean Schwartz)
      Collins & Harlan on Edison
    • "Heidelberg Stein Song" (w. Frank Pixley m. Gustav Luders)
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison & Victor
    • "Hiawatha" (w. James O'Dea m. Neil Moret)
      – Edison Grand Concert Band on Edison
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison
      – Metropolitan Orchestra on Victor
      – Sousa's Band on Victor
    • "Hurrah For Baffin's Bay" (w. Vincent Bryan m. Theodore F. Morse)
      Collins & Harlan on Edison
      – Dan W. Quinn on Victor
    • "I Could Love You In A Steam Heat Flat" (w. Vincent Bryan m. J. B. Mullen)
      Harry West on Edison
    • "I Like You, Lil, For Fair" (Ade, Loraine)
      – Billy Murray on Victor
    • "I Never Could Love Like That" (Bowman, Johns)
      – Billy Murray on Victor
    • "I Want To Be A Lidy" (w. George Dance m. George Dee)
      – Clarke's Band Of Providence on Victor
    • "I Wonder Why Bill Bailey Don't Come Home" (w.m. Frank Fogerty, Matt C. Woodward & William Jerome)
      – Arthur Collins on Victor & Edison
    • "I'll Wed You In The Golden Summertime" (w. Alfred Bryan m. Stanley Crawford)
      John H. Bieling & Harry Macdonough on Victor
    • "I'm A Jonah Man" (w.m. Alex Rogers)
      – Dan W. Quinn on Victor
      – Arthur Collins on Edison & Victor
    • "I'm Thinking Of You All The While" (Reed Jnr)
      – Billy Murray on Victor
    • "I'm Wearing My Heart Away For You" (w.m. Charles K. Harris)
      – Harry Macdonough & John H. Bieling on Victor
    • "In Silence" (w. Sydney Rosenfeld m. A. Baldwin Sloane)
      Arthur Clifford on Edison
    • "In The City Of Sighs And Tears" (w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Kerry Mills)
      J. W. Myers on Victor
    • "In the Good Old Summer Time" (w. Ren Shields m. George "Honey Boy" Evans)
      Haydn Quartet on Victor
      S. H. Dudley & Harry Macdonough with Sousa's Band on Victor
      – Harry Macdonough on Victor
    • "In The Sweet Bye And Bye" (w. Vincent P. Bryan m. Harry Von Tilzer)
      J. Aldrich Libbey on Edison
    • "In The Village By The Sea" (w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Stanley Crawford)
      – Byron G. Harlan on Edison
    • "It Takes The Irish To Beat The Dutch" (w. Edward Madden m. Theodore F. Morse)
      – Billy Murray on Victor Monarch
    • "It Was The Dutch" (w. Vincent Bryan m. J. B. Mullen)
      – Collins & Harlan on Edison
    • "Juanita" (w. Caroline Norton m. trad Sp.)
      – Haydn Quartette on Victor
    • "Julie" (w. Wiliam Jerome m. Jean Schwartz)
      – Edward M. Favor on Edison
    • "Just For Tonight(1)" (w.m. Frank O. French)
      – Albert C. Campbell on Edison
    • "The Leader Of The Frocks And Frills" (w. Robert B. Smith m. Melville Ellis)
      – Clarke's Band of Providence on Victor
    • "Like A Star That Falls From Heaven" (w. Arthur Lamb m. Kerry Mills)
      Joe Natus on Victor
    • "The Maid Of Timbucktoo" (w. James Weldon Johnson m. Bob Cole)
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison
    • "Massa's In De Cold Ground" (w. m. Stephen Collins Foster)
      – Edison Male Quartette on Edison
    • "Meet Me When The Sun Goes Down" (w. Vincent Bryan m. Harry von Tilzer)
      William H. Thompson (singer) on Victor
    • "Melody Of Love" (w. Tom Glazer m. H. Engelmann)
      – Edison Symphony Orchestra on Edison
    • "The Message Of The Rose" (w. Will A. Heelan m. Leo Edwards)
      George Seymour Lenox on Edison
    • "The Message Of The Violet" (w. Frank Pixley m. Gustav Luders)
      – J. W. Myers on Victor
    • "Mighty Lak' A Rose" (w. Frank Lebby Stanton m. Ethelbert Nevin)
      – Arthur Clifford on Edison
    • "Moriaty" (w. Charles Horwitz m. Fred V. Bowers)
      – Collins & Harlan on Edison
    • "My Cosy Corner Girl" (w. Charles Noel Douglas m. John Walter Bratton)
      Henry Burr on Columbia
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison
    • "My Little Coney Isle" (w. Andrew B. Sterling m. Harry von Tilzer)
      Harry Tally on Edison
    • "My Little 'Rang Outang" (Madden, Morse)
      – Billy Murray on Victor
    • "My Own United States" (w. Stanislaus Stange m. Julian Edwards)
      – J. W. Myers on Victor
    • "My Sulu Lulu Loo" (w. George Ade m. Nat D. Mann)
      – Clarke's Band Of Providence on Victor
    • "Only A Dream Of A Golden Past" (w. Alfred Bryan m. Stanley Crawford)
      – Franklyn Wallace on Edison
    • "Out Where The Breakers Roar" (w. Harlow Hyde m. H. W. Petrie)
      – Frank C. Stanley on Edison
    • "Please Mother, Buy Me A Baby" (w.m. Will D. Cobb & Gus Edwards)
      – Byron G. Harlan on Victor & Edison
    • "Pretty Little Dinah Jones" (w.m. J. B. Mullen)
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison
    • "R-E-M-O-R-S-E" (w. George Ade m. Alfred G. Wathall)
      – Joe Natus on Victor
    • "Sal" (w.m. Paul Rubens)
      Madge Crichton with piano Landon Ronald on Gramophone & Typewriter Records
    • "Sammy" (w. James O'Dea m. Edward Hutchinson)
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison
    • "Sammy" (w. James O'Dea m. Edward Hutchinson)
      – Henry Burr on Columbia
    • "Sly Musette" (w. Sydney Rosenfeld m. A. Baldwin Sloane)
      – Harry Macdonough on Edison
    • "Tell Me Dusky Maiden" (w. James Weldon Johnson & Bob Cole m. J. Rosamond Johnson)
      – S. H. Dudley & Harry Macdonough on Victor
    • "Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life" (w.m. George M. Cohan)
      – Edward M. Favor on Edison
    • "There's One In A Million Like You" (w. Grant Clarke m. Jean Schwartz)
      Walter Van Brunt on Edison
    • "Two Eyes Of Blue" (w. George H. Taylor m. Leslie Stuart)
      – Harry Macdonough on Victor
      – Mina Hickman on Victor
    • "Under The Bamboo Tree" (w.m. Bob Cole & J. Rosamond Johnson)
      – Mina Hickman on Victor
    • "Up In A Coconut Tree" (Madden, Morse)
      – Billy Murray on Victor Monarch
    • "Upper Broadway After Dark" (w. Edward Gardinier m. Maurice Levi)
      – Edward M. Favor on Edison
    • "The Vacant Chair" (w. Henry S. Washburne m. George Frederick Root)
      – Byron G. Harlan on Edison
    • "Wait At The Gate For Me" (w. Ren Shields m. Theodore F. Morse)
      – J. W. Myers on Victor
    • "What's The Matter With The Moon Tonight?" (w. Sydney Rosenfeld m. A. Baldwin Sloane)
      – Arthur Clifford on Edison
    • "When The Fields Are White With Cotton" (w. Robert F. Roden w. Max S. Witt)
      – Franklyn Wallace on Edison
    • "When We Were Two Little Boys" (w. Edward Madden m. Theodore F. Morse)
      – Billy Murray on Victor

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    References[edit]

    1. ^ Rollo Myers: "Augusta Holmès: A Meteoric Career", in: The Musical Quarterly 53 (1967) 3, pp. 365–76
    2. ^  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainChisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Planquette, Robert". Encyclopædia Britannica. 21 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. 
    3. ^ Gänzl, Kurt. "Lutz, (Wilhelm) Meyer (1829–1903)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004, Retrieved on 8 July 2008
    4. ^ "Death of Dr. Joseph Parry". The Cambrian News and Merionethshire Standard. 20 February 1903. p. 6. Retrieved 31 May 2016. 
    5. ^ Sams, Eric and Susan Youens, 'Hugo Wolf', Grove Music Online ed. L. Macy, (subscription access)
    6. ^ Theodore Baker and Alfred Remy, ed. (1919). "Ryan, Thomas". Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians (3rd ed.). p. 798. 
    7. ^ Wikisource Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Arditi, Luigi". Encyclopædia Britannica. 2 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. 
    8. ^ Leo Riemens (1969). A concise biographical dictionary of singers; from the beginning of recorded sound to the present. Chilton Book Co. 
    9. ^ Sibyl Sanderson Dead: Singer Passes Away in Paris, New York Times, May 16, 1903.
    10. ^ Who Was Who 1897-1916 gives her date of death as June 30; the Musical Times obituary gives June 28
    11. ^ Scandinavian Hymnody ccel.org. Retrieved: 8 May 2013
    12. ^ Fuller Maitland (ed.), J. A. (1910). "Zumpe, Hermann". Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. V. New York: Macmillan and Co. OCLC 5000207.