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Your favorite music from 1900-1909?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Terrapin Station, Mar 22, 2019.

  1. Terrapin Station

    Terrapin Station Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    You don't have to post a big list all at once. Just add some favorite tunes/pieces whenever you think of them.
     
  2. Terrapin Station

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    Arnold Schoenberg - Pelleas und Melisande

     
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  3. Andrew J

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    Could you extend that to two years earlier (1888), so I can include Satie's Trois Gymnopedies?
     
  4. Andrew J

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    Mahler's #5
     
  5. Terrapin Station

    Terrapin Station Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    I'll didn't do one yet, but I plan to eventually start an 1880s thread. I have an 1890s: Your favorite music from the 1890s?

    If you want to start it before I get to it (I'm trying not to do too many at once), just let me know so that I don't duplicate it.
     
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  6. David G.

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    There's a series of CDs called Covent Garden on Record. The first two volumes cover the period from the invention of recording devices through 1910. These are fascinating glimpses into opera singing styles that are essentially from the 19th Century.

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    The 1903 Grand Opera Series is another phenomenal collection of recordings from that decade.

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  7. idleracer

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    :kilroy: I'd have to go for "Clair de lune" (1905). That's the date it was published. I have no idea when the first recording of it materialized.
     
  8. Andrew J

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    Thanks...I think these threads should all be yours
     
  9. drad dog

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    "The Black National Anthem" - Copyright 1900 - by James Weldon Johnson and J. Rosamund Johnson.
     
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  10. drad dog

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    Also dating from 1900 - Flight of the Bumblebee
     
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  11. SITKOL'76

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    Isn't the earliest peace of recorded music from 1920? Crazy Blues I think is what the song is called.
     
  12. Andrew J

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    Funny you should say that. Apparently the first recorded singing is from 1860, for a piece called Au Clair de la Lune

    Oldest human voice recording uncovered
     
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  13. Terrapin Station

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  14. Ian Blackaby

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    Just this ....

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  17. wildroot indigo

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    I love early spiritual singers the Dinwiddie Colored Quartet, from Dinwiddie, Virginia... They recorded six titles in 1902 (reissued on a couple of Document CDs):

    Down On The Old Camp Ground
    Poor Mourner
    Steal Away
    My Way Is Cloudy
    Gabriel's Trumpet
    We'll Anchor Bye-And-Bye

    According to Blues and Gospel Records, there were 7" (Victor) and 10" (Monarch) masters recorded for each title. Document claims all the Monarch releases, but Poor Mourner and Steal Away are only 1:45 and 1:48 respectively.

    Such a great feeling to this, their first recording… imagine how they sounded live.

     
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  18. john hp

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    'Shine On Harvest Moon'
     
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  19. Luisboa

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    Problably Der Abschied from Mahler's Das lied von der Erde.
     
  20. john hp

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    'Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis'
     
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  21. Luisboa

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    I dont know by heart this opera, only listened 2 or 3 times. Its a good one no doubt. Where in the opera is that small piece youre talking?
     
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  23. Rufus McDufus

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    Wow, those recent Bowie remasters really are bad aren't they? o_O
     
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  24. Aftermath

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    Scott Joplin - The Entertainer (1902)

     
  25. mark winstanley

    mark winstanley Certified dinosaur, who likes physical product

    I t was interesting reading through who was who in the early 1900's and Bill Murray and Arther Collins seemed to be pretty big, but in real terms Scott Joplin would be one of the few things I know from this era....

    Maple Leaf Rag Played by Scott Joplin
     
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