tdc2000's Top 50,000 Of All Time: First Weekly Chart 1918

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Postby Phoenixx » Wed Jan 25, 2017 2:19 pm

Wayne wrote:Major props for this, Dustin!
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Postby tdc2000 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 7:45 am

Though I am not in 1950 yet, I have to update that just tonight, I reached 25,000 charted tracks in late 1913.

Halfway to 50K and not even in Rock Era yet!
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Postby tdc2000 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 7:16 am

A pretty major milestone tonight.... I just reached this week.... 100 years ago.

For those interested, here is my chart for the week ending October 6, 1917

Last Week This Week Song Title Artist Year Weeks Peak #1W
1 1 "Over There" George Cohan [1917] 2 1 2 weeks
NEW 2 "Tiger Rag" Original Dixieland Jazz Band [1917] 1 2
NEW 3 "Over There" American Quartet [1917] 1 3
NEW 4 "Good-bye Broadway, Hello Frances" American Quartet [1917] 1 4
NEW 5 "La Marseillaise" Frances Alda [1917] 1 5
2 6 "Slippery Hank" Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band [1917] 2 2
3 7 "Irish Rhapsody No. 5 in G Minor" Charles Villiers Stanford [1917] 3 1 1 week
4 8 "Huckleberry Finn" Van & Schenck [1917] 2 4
NEW 9 "La treganda (Parte Sinfonica 2)" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 1 9
5 10 "Joan Of Arc" Henry Burr [1917] 3 2
7 11 "Havanola Fox Trot" Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra [1917] 4 1 1 week
6 12 "Indiana" Conway's Band [1917] 2 6
9 13 "Ancient Airs And Dances, Suite No. 1" Ottorino Respeghi [1917] 6 1 2 weeks
8 14 "For Your Country And My Country" Peerless Quartet [1917] 3 3
11 15 "Battle Hymn Of The Republic"q Reinald Werrenrath [1817] 6 2
12 16 "Oh, Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!" American Quartet [1917] 8 1 2 weeks
10 17 "Night Thoughts, Op. 148: VI: A Lament" Charles Villiers Stanford [1917] 2 10
14 18 "E qui? … Non so!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 3 6
16 19 "The Boy Scouts Of America March" John Philip Sousa [1917] 8 2
15 20 "What Kind Of American Are You?" Arthur Fields [1917] 4 5
17 21 "Night Time In Little Italy" Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan [1917] 6 4
13 22 "Ma come puol lasciarmi?" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 2 13
18 23 "Humoresque, Op. 87: No. 1" Jean Sibelius [1917] 5 6
20 24 "America, Here's My Boy" Peerless Quartet [1917] 11 1 3 weeks
19 25 "There's A Long, Long Trail A-Winding" John McCormack [1917] 3 12
22 26 "Verklarte Nacht" Arnold Schoenberg [1917] 6 6
NEW 27 "Keep The Home Fires Burning" John McCormack [1917] 1 27
24 28 "Symphony No. 1 , Op. 25, 'Classical'" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 7 3
21 29 "Night Thoughts, Op. 148: V: Mazurka" Charles Villiers Stanford [1917] 2 21
23 30 "Night Thoughts, Op. 148: Iii. Scherzo marziele" Charles Villiers Stanford [1917] 3 14
27 31 "Let's All Be Americans Now" American Quartet [1917] 11 2
26 32 "Amore mio!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 3 17
25 33 "Night Thoughts, Op. 148: IV: A Soliloquy" Charles Villiers Stanford [1917] 2 25
29 34 "M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I" Anna Wheaton [1917] 8 4
28 35 "Humoreques, Op. 89, No. 3: Allegro" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 4 11
30 36 "Rambaldo .. Ah! M'aiutate!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 5 10
32 37 "Livery Stable Blues" Original Dixieland Jazz Band [1917] 16 1 5 weeks
31 38 "Che piu dirgli? Che fare?" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 4 13
34 39 "The Star Spangled Banner" John McCormack [1917] 10 3
NEW 40 "Toma al felici di" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 1 40
33 41 "Ti prego, dignita" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 6 9
36 42 "I'm A Twelve O'Clock Feller (In A Nine O'Clock Town)" Byron Harlan [1917] 7 7
35 43 "For Me And My Gal" Billy Murray [1917] 4 16
38 44 "Piano Sonata No. 4" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 8 6
39 45 "From Here To Shanghai" Al Jolson [1917] 8 8
37 46 "Humoresque, Op. 87: No. 2" Jean Sibelius [1917] 5 12
41 47 "Ev'ry Little While" Al Jolson [1917] 11 4
40 48 "Bevo al tuo fresco sorriso" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 5 15
42 49 "Lookout Mountain" Henry Burr & Albert Campbell [1917] 6 13
43 50 "Humoresques, Op. 89: No 4: Andantino" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 4 24
45 51 "With His Hands In His Pockets And His Pockets In His Hands" Byron Harlan [1917] 8 9
44 52 "No! Non dir questo!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 2 44
49 53 "Pray For Sunshine" Al Jolson [1917] 13 2
48 54 "Fiori freschi!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 7 10
47 55 "Till The Clouds Roll By" Anna Wheaton & James Harrod [1917] 5 20
46 56 "Night Thoughts, Op. 148: I. Nocturne" Charles Villiers Stanford [1917] 3 33
52 57 "Un momento: scusi" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 10 6
51 58 "La Rondine: Orchestra" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 4 29
50 59 "Preludio" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 2 50
54 60 "Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile" Helen Clark [1917] 11 5
53 61 "Figiuolo, tu mi dici" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 3 40
56 62 "Sonata No. 3 in A minor, Op. 28" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 8 11
57 63 "Le tombeau de Couperin" Maurice Ravel [1917] 7 14
55 64 "Paulette! I nostril amici" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 5 23
60 65 "Two hundred thousand francs!" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 15 2
61 66 "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" John McCormack [1917] 11 7
58 67 "Humoresque, Op. 89: No. 3" Jean Sibelius [1917] 5 26
59 68 "Ecco la casa dio" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 2 59
64 69 "Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile" Victor Military Band [1917] 16 2
65 70 "Washington's Birthday" Charles Ives [1917] 14 3
63 71 "Humoreque, Op. 89: No. 5: Commodo" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 4 38
62 72 "Night Thoughts, Op. 148: II: Ballade" Charles Villiers Stanford [1917] 3 48
66 73 "When The Sun Goes Down In Dixie (and The Moon Begins To Rise)" Peerless Quartet [1917] 8 13
68 74 "How's Every Thing In Dixie" American Quartet [1917] 14 5
67 75 "Che caldo! Che sele!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 6 23
70 76 "Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major, Op. 19" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 9 9
69 77 "Chi e? Mar vista!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 7 17
72 78 "Chi mi riconscerebbe?" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 7 20
74 79 "I Ain't Got Nobody Much" Marion Harris [1917] 20 1 4 weeks
71 80 "No! Non m'inganno" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 3 57
76 81 "Poor Butterfly" Victor Military Band [1917] 17 2
73 82 "Morire?" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 2 74
75 83 "Buona sera" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 8 16
79 84 "Set No. 2 for chamber orchestra" Charles Ives [1917] 14 6
78 85 "Ah! Ruggero Lastonic" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 9 11
77 86 "Dio! Lei! Guardala!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 6 31
81 87 "Symphony No. 1, 'Pan'" Willem Pijper [1917] 10 10
NEW 88 "L'abbamdono (Parte Sinfonica 1)" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 1 88
80 89 "Donale il bacio mio!" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 3 65
82 90 "For Me And My Gal" Van & Schenck [1917] 10 13
84 91 "Visions fugitives, Op. 22: Molto giocoso" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 13 8
87 92 "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" Columbia Mixed Quartet [1916] 21 1 1 week
86 93 "Poor Butterfly" Fritz Kreisler [1917] 10 16
83 94 "Nella trepida luce d'un mattin" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 5 42
88 95 "Hawaiian Butterfly" Sterling Trio [1917] 9 18
85 96 "You're In Love" Lyric Quartet [1917] 7 29
90 97 "Yaddie Kaddie Kiddie Kaddie Koo" Van & Schenck [1917] 15 5
89 98 "E siam fuggitti qui per nasconderlo" Giacomo Puccini [1917] 4 59
92 99 "Con vivacita" Sergei Prokofiev [1917] 12 9
91 100 "Sonatina No. 1" Willem Pijper [1917] 10 17
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Postby matthew_dixon » Sun Oct 08, 2017 9:03 am

So it's been 100 years since the original song that became THIS iconic advert tune...

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Postby JakeP » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:27 am

tdc2000 wrote:A pretty major milestone tonight.... I just reached this week.... 100 years ago.

For those interested, here is my chart for the week ending October 6, 1917
OMG! :o

Where do you find all these old charts? I thought UK charts only went back the 50s or something like that.

I admire your persistence if you started compiling this in 2011.
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Postby Thriller » Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:24 pm

This has to be one of the most dedicated things I've ever heard of :o
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Postby tdc2000 » Sun Oct 08, 2017 3:29 pm

JakeP wrote:
tdc2000 wrote:A pretty major milestone tonight.... I just reached this week.... 100 years ago.

For those interested, here is my chart for the week ending October 6, 1917
OMG! :o

Where do you find all these old charts? I thought UK charts only went back the 50s or something like that.

I admire your persistence if you started compiling this in 2011.
Thank you!

Billboard goes back to 1940 but before that there were sales charts of top 10 of each week. That goes back to 1890. In the early days, it was sheet music sales. Around 1910, it seems to be actual discs.

Before that, I just used various music history sites, including Wikipedia that actually has a lot!
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Postby stevyy » Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:31 pm

this is soooooooooooooooooooooooo cool and weird at the same time.
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Postby tdc2000 » Wed Oct 25, 2017 6:39 am

With the end of the Great War on November 11, 1918, I begin my first official weekly chart. Thanks to Bry for the advice on starting weekly charts with that event, as it ushers in the Modern Era.

For those interested, here is my first weekly chart, dated for the week ending November 16, 1918

Last Week This Week Song Title Artist Year Weeks Peak #1W
1 1 "The Planets, Op. 32: VI. Uranus, The Magician" Gustav Holst [1918] 2 1 (2 weeks at #1)
NEW 2 "Indianola" Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band [1918] 1 2
NEW 3 "Everything Is Peaches Down In Georgia" American Quartet [1918] 1 3

2 4 "The Planets, Op. 32: I. Mars, The Bringer Of War" Gustav Holst [1918] 4 1 2 weeks
NEW 5 "Oh! How I Hate To Get Up The Morning" Irving Kaufman [1918] 1 5
3 6 "For Your Boy And My Boy" Peerless Quartet [1918] 2 3
NEW 7 "Quale aspetto sgomento e desolato!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 1 7
4 8 "The Planets, Op. 32: IV. Jupiter, The Bringer Of Jollity" Gustav Holst [1918] 3 2
NEW 9 "When You Sang 'Hush-A-Bye' To Me" Sterling Trio [1918] 1 9
6 10 "American Fantasie" Victor Herbert & His Orchestra [1918] 7 1 3 weeks
5 11 "Oh, How I Hate To Wake Up In The Morning" Arthur Fields [1918] 3 3
8 12 "Pan and Syrinx" Carl Nielsen [1918] 4 3
NEW 13 "Songs Of An Infatuated Muezzin" Karol Szymanowski [1918] 1 13
7 14 "The Planets, Op. 32: V. Saturn, The Bringer Of Old Age" Gustav Holst [1918] 2 7
9 15 "Over There" Enrico Caruso [1918] 3 5
10 16 "Dunque era vero!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 3 7
12 17 "Ah, son dannata!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 5 2
13 18 "Symphony No. 2, Op. 35" Leevi Madetoja [1918] 7 2
11 19 "Firenze e come un albero fiorito" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 2 11
15 20 "At The Jazz Land Ball" Original Dixieland Jazz Band [1918] 10 1 3 weeks
NEW 21 "Oh! Mio babbino caro" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 1 21
14 22 "String Quartet No. 1, H. 117" Bohuslav Martinu [1918] 5 4
17 23 "What Are You Going To Do To Help The Boys?" Shannon Four [1918] 8 2
16 24 "The Planets, Op. 32: III. Mercury, the Winged Messenger" Gustav Holst [1918] 3 11
20 25 "Like Washington Crossed The Delaware, Pershing Will Cross The Rhine" Peerless Quartet [1918] 11 1 1 week
19 26 "There's A Lump Of Sugar Down In Dixie" Marion Harris [1918] 5 5
18 27 "Povero Buosol" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 4 7
22 28 "The Man Who Put The Germ In Germany" Nora Bayes [1918] 6 5
21 29 "When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band To France" Marion Harris [1918] 5 7
25 30 "Some Day They're Coming Home Again" Orpheus Quartet [1918] 12 1 1 week
23 31 "La grazie e dicesa dal cielo" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 5 10
NEW 32 "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" Charles Harrison [1918] 1 32
27 33 "Carol Of The Bells" Mykola Leontovich [1917] 24 1 11 weeks
24 34 "E non c'e nessum mezzo" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 2 24
26 35 "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody" Al Jolson [1918] 8 4
29 36 "Symphony No. 3" George Enescu [1918] 13 1 1 week
30 37 "They Were All Out Of Step But Jim" Billy Murray [1918] 9 3
28 38 "Al miei cugioni Zita e Simone" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 3 20
32 39 "The Last Long Mile" Charles Hart [1918] 12 2
31 40 "The Planets, Op. 32: II: Venus, The Bringer Of Peace" Gustav Holst [1918] 4 15
34 41 "Everybody's Crazy 'Bout The Doggone Blues (But I'm Happy)" Marion Harris [1918] 15 2
33 42 "Smiles" Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra [1918] 8 7
35 43 "I May Stay Away A Little Longer" Peerless Quartet [1918] 11 5
36 44 "'N Everything" Al Jolson [1918] 13 4
37 45 "Trio for violin, cello, and harp" Jan Ingenhoven [1918] 8 8
39 46 "In The Land O' Yamo Yamo" Van & Schenck [1918] 14 3
41 47 "The Darktown Strutters' Ball" Jaudas' Society Orchestra [1918] 18 2
40 48 "Hello Central, Give Me No Man's Land" Al Jolson [1918] 10 8
38 49 "When We Meet In The Sweet Bye And Bye" Sterling Trio [1918] 4 23
45 50 "Liberty Loan March" Sousa's Band [1918] 18 3
42 51 "Histore du Soldat" Igor Stravinsky [1918] 3 34
44 52 "Sorella, o buona sorella" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 6 14
43 53 "Love's Garden Of Roses" John McCormack [1918] 2 43
46 54 "Bring Back My Soldier Boy To Me" Olive Kline [1918] 8 12
49 55 "Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here" Irving Kaufman [1918] 19 2
48 56 "Your Lips Are No Man's Land But Mine" Henry Burr & Albert Campbell [1918] 9 11
47 57 "O Simone?" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 4 31
52 58 "K-K-K-Katy (Stammering Song)" Billy Murray [1918] 13 5
53 59 "Pack Up Your Troubles In Your Old Kit Bag" Oscar Seagle & Columbia Stellar Quartette [1918] 14 5
51 60 "If He Can Fight Like He Can Love (Good Night, Germany)" The Farber Sisters [1918] 8 15
50 61 "Tutto ho offerto ali Vergine, si, tutto" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 7 17
56 62 "Over There" George Cohan [1917] 31 1 7 weeks
55 63 "The Darktown Strutters' Ball" Arthur Collins & Byron Harlan [1918] 17 4
54 64 "I'm Gonna Pin My Medal On The Girl I Left Behind" Peerless Quartet [1918] 5 29
58 65 "Nulla! … Silenzio!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 13 8
57 66 "O sorelle in pio lavoro" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 10 10
61 67 "Dimmi, perche gif hai chiesto" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 14 6
62 68 "D'un matin de printemps" Lili Boulanger [1918] 18 5
60 69 "My Belgian Rose" Charles Hart & Elliott Shaw [1918] 6 24
59 70 "The Planets, Op. 32: VII. Neptune, The Magician" Gustav Holst [1918] 2 59
64 71 "Au Revoir But Not Good-bye, Soldier Boy" Peerless Quartet [1918] 15 6
63 72 "A Little Bit Of Sunshine" The Shannon Four [1918] 13 10
65 73 "Sweet Emmalina, My Gal" Sergeant Markel's Orchestra [1918] 14 9
67 74 "I'm Crazy About Every Girl In France" Avon Comedy Hour [1918] 20 2
66 75 "If principe Gualtiero Vostro padre" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 8 22
70 76 "Old MacDonald Had A Farm" F.T. Nettleingham [1917] 26 2
69 77 "Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here" Shannon Four [1918] 18 6
68 78 "Laudata Maria! E sempre sia!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 9 19
73 79 "Ho sognata una casetta" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 15 9
72 80 "Scorri, flume eterno!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 11 13
71 81 "Nel silenzio di quei raccoglimenti" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 7 32
75 82 "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic" Thomas Chalmers [1918] 19 4
74 83 "Come e difficile esser felici!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 13 13
77 84 "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic" The Columbia Stellar Quartet [1918] 21 3
78 85 "I'd Like To Be A Monkey In The Zoo" Frances White [1918] 16 8
76 86 "My Belgian Rose" Henry Burr & Albert Campbell [1918] 7 39
79 87 "T'ho colto!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 12 14
81 88 "Livery Stable Blues" W.C. Handy's Orchestra [1918] 21 5
82 89 "Somewhere In France Is The Lily" Henry Burr [1918] 22 4
80 90 "Regretful Blues" Nora Bayes [1918] 12 18
85 91 "Lohengrin, Act III: Prelude" Boston Symphony Orchestra [1917] 24 4
84 92 "Maytime Waltz" Waldorf Astoria Dance Orchestra [1918] 17 9
83 93 "One Day In June (It Might Have Been You)" Henry Burr & Albert Campbell [1918] 9 28
88 94 "Silent Night, Holy Night" Neapolitan Trio [1917] 24 5
87 95 "D'un soir triste" Lili Boulanger [1918] 17 11
86 96 "Sorelle in umilta, mancaste all quindena" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 10 25
90 97 "Beale Street Blues" Earl Fuller's Novelty Orchestra [1917] 25 3
91 98 "Bluebeard's Castle: Door 5" Bela Bartok [1918] 20 7
89 99 "Ho un desiderio anch'io!" Giacomo Puccini [1918] 9 33
93 100 "Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight" Edna White's Trumpet Quartette [1918] 10 31
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