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Biggest hit songsEdit

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   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   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   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   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   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

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Classical musicEdit

PremieresEdit

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

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ReferencesEdit

  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
  17. ^ Hans-Michael Bock and Tim Bergfelder. The Concise Cinegraph: An Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books, 2009.
  18. ^ Piazzolla, Ástor. A Memoir, Natalio Gorin, Amadaeus, 2001.
  19. ^ "Os reis da voz". Ronaldo Conde Aguiar. Retrieved September 3, 2014.