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  1. The following is a list of notable events and releases of the year 1900 in Norwegian music . Contents 1 Events 2 Deaths 3 Births 4 See also 5 References Events [ edit] Deaths [ edit] January 7 – Augusta Schrumpf (86), dramatic actress and operatic soprano. [1] Births [ edit] Further information: Category:1900 births See also [ edit] 1900 in Norway

  2. Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) uses and includes recordings of folk music from the archive of NRK, which contains over 50,000 recordings from 1934 until today, in addition to other recordings in the radio channels and the specialized radio channel NRK Folkemusikk . Classical music edit] Edvard Grieg.

  3. The following is a list of notable events and releases of the year 1900 in Norwegian music. Events Deaths January. 7 – Augusta Schrumpf (86), dramatic actress and operatic soprano. Births See also. 1900 in Norway; Music of Norway

    • Events
    • Published Popular Music
    • Recorded Popular Music
    • Classical Music
    • Opera
    • Ballet
    • Musical Theater
    • Births
    • Deaths
    January 3 – Giuseppe Verdi's opera Aidamakes U.S. debut.
    January 23 – The Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra makes its Carnegie Hall debut with Victor Herbertconducting.
    February 3 – Adonais overture by George Whitefield Chadwick is premiered by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
    February 22 – Jacques Thibaud, violin, with the composer himself at the piano, gives the world premièee of George Enescu's Second Violin Sonata in Paris, on a concert that is part of the Concerts C...
    "Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder (Longing to Be Near Your Side)" w. Arthur Gillespie m. Herbert Dillea
    "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" w. Arthur J. Lamb m. Harry Von Tilzer
    "The Blue and the Gray (or A Mother's Gift to Her Country)" w.m. Paul Dresser
    "Bridge Of Sighs" w.m. James Thornton
    "American Patrol" – Sousa's Band
    "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" – Harry Macdonough
    "Doan Ye Cry, Mah Honey" – S. H. Dudley
    "The Duchess Of Central Park" – Harry Macdonough
    John Philip Sousa – Chris and the Wonderful Lamp, premiere in New York City, January 1
    Giacomo Puccini – Tosca, premièred at the Teatro Constanzi in Rome, January 14
    Jan Blockx – Thyl Uylenspiegel, premièred in Brussels, January 18
    Alexander von Zemlinsky – Es war einmal, premièred in Vienna Opera, January 22
    Alexander Glazunov – Les Ruses d'amour, premiere Hermitage Theater in Saint Petersburg, January 17
    Riccardo Drigo – Les millions d'Arlequin, premiere Hermitage Theater in Saint Petersburg, February 10
    Alexander Glazunov – Les Saisons, premiere Hermitage Theater in Saint Petersburg, February 20
    The Cadet Girl: Broadway production opened at the Herald Square Theatre on July 25 and ran for 48 performances
    The Casino Girl: London production opened at the Shaftesbury Theatreon April 25
    Chris And The Wonderful Lamp: Broadway production opened at the Victoria Theateron January 1 and ran for 58 performances
    Fiddle-Dee-Dee: Broadway production opened at Weber and Fields' Broadway Music Hall on September 6 and ran for 262 performances
    January 1 – Xavier Cugat, bandleader (d. 1990)
    January 6 – Pierre-Octave Ferroud, French composer (d. 1936)
    January 7 – John Brownlee, American baritone and opera teacher (d. 1969)
    January 13 – Yasuji Kiyose, Japanese composer (d. 1981)
    January 22 – David E. Hughes, musician and inventor, 68
    January 26 – Carl Leopold Sjöberg, composer, 38
    February 3 – Ottokar Novacek, violinist and composer, 33 (heart condition)
    March 10 – Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann, composer, 94
  4. their own music in a scholarly way. Only in 1956 was a professorship of musicology established at the University of Oslo, and in 1958 the musicologist Olav Gurvin founded the Norwegian Institute of Mu-sicology. The first comprehensive history of Norwegian music has been written in 1921 by Ole M. Sandvik and Gerhard Schjelderup (Norges Musikhistorie [Kris-

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