1904

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Jan

3

  • Giacomo Puccini marries Elvira Gemignani-Bonturi in Milan

4

  • Erik Chisholm born (Glasgow) Scottish composer, conductor. Died 1965
  • Mitrofan Belyayev (67) dies in St Petersburg

5

  • Erika Morini born (Vienna) Austrian violinist, teacher. Died 1995

8

  • Tampa Red aka Hudson Whittaker born (Smithville, GA) American blues singer, guitarist, songwriter. Died 1981

9

  • Claude Debussy’s Estampes [prints] for piano premiered in Paris

10

  • Ray Bolger born (Boston, MA) American actor, singer, dancer. Died 1987

12

  • Eddie DeLange born (Long Island, NY) American popular bandleader, lyricist. Co-led The Hudson-DeLange Orchestra with Will Hudson. Died 1949
  • Mississippi Fred McDowell born (Rossville, TN) American blues singer, guitarist. Died 1972

13

  • Richard Addinsell born (Oxford) English film composer. Died 1977
  • Nathan Milstein born (Odessa) Russo-American violin virtuoso. Died 1992
  • Béla Bartók’s symphonic poem Kossuth premiered in Budapest

15

  • Eduard Lassen (73) dies in Weimar
  • Pablo Casals plays at the White House for President Theodore Roosevelt

20

  • Franz Léhar’s operetta Der Göttergatte [the hubby] premiered in Vienna, lib. V. Léon and L. Stein

21

  • Frederick Delius’s tone poem Lebenstanz [dance of life] premiered in Düsseldorf
  • Leoš Janáček’s opera Její pastorkyňa [Her Stepdaughter; Jenůfa] premiered in Brno, lib. Janáček

22

  • George Balanchine aka Giorgi Balanchivadze born (St Petersburg) Russo-American dance choreographer, co-founder of the New York Ballet (1935) and the School of American Ballet (1934). Son of Meliton Balanchivadze (1862-1937), brother of Andria Balanchivadze (1906-92). Died 1983
  • Anton Arensky’s opera Nal’ i Damayanti [Nal and Damayanti], lib. Modest Tchaikovsky, premiered in Moscow

25

  • Géza Frid born (Máramarossziget, Hungary) Hungaro-Dutch composer, pianist. Died 1989
  • Bela Bartók’s Violin Sonata in E minor premiered in Budapest

29

  • Hugo Wolf’s Italian Serenade for orchestra premiered in Vienna
Frederick Delius 1862-1934

Frederick Delius 1862-1934

Feb

1

  • Joe “Tricky Sam” Nanton born (New York, NY) American jazz trombonist. Worked with Elmer Snowden and Duke Ellington. Died 1946
  • Enrico Caruso makes his first American recordings for the Victor Talking Machine company

2

  • Ma Rainey marries comedy singer and songwriter William ‘Pa’ Rainey

3

  • Luigi Dallapiccola born (Pazin, Croatia) Italian composer, teacher, pianist. Died 1975

4

  • Jules Massenet’s ballet Cigale premiered in Paris

8

  • Jean Sibelius’s Cassazione for orchestra; Har du mod? [Do you have courage?] for male chorus and orchestra & Violin Concerto premiered in Helsinki

9

  • Blanche Calloway born (Baltimore, MD) American jazz singer, bandleader, composer, disc jockey. Led Blanche Calloway and Her Joy Boys. Sister of Cab Calloway (1907-94). Died 1978
  • Augusto Rodríguez born (San Juan, Puerto Rico) Puerto Rican composer, conductor. Died 1993

17

  • Giacomo Puccini’s opera Madama Butterfly premiered in Milan, lib. G. Giacosa and L. Illica (first version)

18

  • Béla Bartók makes his British concert debut in Manchester
  • Vincent d’Indy’s Symphony no.2 premiered in Brussels
  • Camille Saint-Saëns’s opera Hélène premiered in Monte Carlo, lib. Saint-Saëns

19

  • Elisabeth Welch born (Englewood, NJ) American jazz and musical theatre singer and actress. Died 2003

21

  • Edvard Grieg’s Old Norwegian Melody with Variations op.51 for two pianos premiered in Oslo

23

  • Allan Gray aka Józef Żmigrod born (Tarnow, Poland) Anglo-Polish film composer. Died 1973

24

  • Max Reger’s Violin sonata no.4 op.42 premiered in Berlin

27

  • Richard Strauss makes his American concert debut in New York

29

  • Jimmy Dorsey born (Sheandoah, PA) American jazz bandleader, saxophonist, clarinetist, trumpeter. Worked with Dorsey’s Novelty Six, California Ramblers, Jean Goldkette, Paul Whiteman, Dorsey Brothers Orchestra and The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra. Brother of Tommy Dorsey (1905-56). Died 1957
  • Alan Richardson born (Edinburgh) Scottish pianist, composer, teacher. Died 1978
  • Béla Bartók’s Scherzo in C for orchestra premiered in Budapest

releases

  • Enrico Caruso – Vesti La Giubba (From Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci) (Victor)

Poster for Puccini’s opera Madame Butterfly

Mar

1

  • Glenn Miller born (Clarinda, IO) American popular and jazz bandleader, trombonist, arranger. Worked with Boyd Senter, Ben Pollack, Red Nichols, Dorsey Brothers, Ray Noble and led the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Died 1944
  • Francis Boott (90) dies in Cambridge, MA

2

  • Max Reger’s Violin sonata no.1 op.42 premiered in Berlin

4

  • Joseph Schmidt born (Davydivka, Ukraine) Romanian tenor singer, actor. Died 1942
  • Max Reger’s Ten Pieces for organ op.69 premiered in Berlin

5

  • Maurice Ravel’s String Quartet premiered in Paris
  • Jean Sibelius’ Tanssi-Intermezzo op.45 for orchestra premiered in Helsinki
  • James T. Tanner, Adrian Ross & Lionel Monckton’s musical The Cingalee opened in London (365 performances)

7

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Symphonic Rhapsody premiered in Bournemouth

9

  • Gerald Abraham born (Newport, Isle of Wight) English musicologist, writer, editor, critic. General Editor: New Oxford History of Music. Died 1988

12

  • Freddy Johnson born (New York) American jazz pianist. Worked with Elmer Snowden, Noble Sissle, Sam Woodings, Coleman Hawkins and others. Died 1961
  • Edward Elgar’s The Snow; Fly, Singing Bird op.26 for choir and orchestra premiered in London

14

  • Volly De Faut born (Chicago, IL) American jazz clarinetist, saxophonist. Worked with The New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Muggsy Spanier and Jelly Roll Morton. Died 1973

16

  • Edward Elgar’s overture In the South op.50 premiered in London
  • Henri Rabaud’s opera La Fille de Roland [The Daughter of Roland], lib. Paul Ferrier, premiered in Paris

19

  • Igor Stravinsky’s cantata for the 60th birthday of Rimsky-Korsakov premiered in St Petersburg

20

  • Louisa Pyne (71) dies in London

21

  • Nikolaos Skalkottas born (Chalcis, Greece) Greek composer. Died 1949
  • Richard Strauss’ Sinfonia Domestica premiered in New York

24

  • Pete Johnson born (Kansas City, MO) American boogie-woogie and R&B pianist. Died 1967

25

  • Antonín Dvořák’s opera Armida premiered in Prague, lib. J. Vrchlický

26

  • Hermann Schroeder born (Bernkastel-Kues, Germany) German composer, conductor, organist, teacher. Died 1984
  • Jean Sibelius’s Romance in C  for strings premiered in Turku

27

  • Hal Kemp born (Marion, AL) American jazz alto saxophonist, clarinetist, bandleader, composer, arranger. Died 1940

30

  • Frederick Delius’s opera Koanga premiered in Elberfeld, lib. C.F. Keary

Title page of Elgar’s In The South

Apr

8

  • John Antill born (Sydney) Australian composer, music administrator. Died 1986
  • Enrico Caruso records a session for the Gramophone and Typewriter Co. in Milan with accompaniment by Ruggero Leoncavallo and Salvatore Cottone. Tracks cut include Leoncavallo’s Mattinata and Bizet’s Je crois entendre encore

9

  • Joseph ‘Sharkey’ Bonano born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz bandleader, trumpeter, singer. Worked with Eddie Edwards, Jimmy Durante and Jean Goldkette. Died 1972
  • Johann Nepomuk Beck (76) dies in Bratislava

10

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams’ In the Fen Country completed (first version)

11

  • Dave Wilborn born (Springfield, OH) American jazz banjo player, singer. Worked with McKinney’s Cotton Pickers. Died 1982

17

  • Joseph Ahrens born (Sommersell, Germany) German composer, organist, teacher. Died 1997

18

  • Dewey ‘Pigmeat’ Markham born (Durham, NC) American comedian, singer, actor. Died 1981

20

  • Camille Erlanger’s opera Le Fils de l’étoile [the son of the stars], lib. Catulle Mendes, premiered in Paris

21

  • Leo Adde born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz drummer. Worked with The Halfway House Orchestra, New Orleans Rhythm Kings and The Melody Masters. Died 1942

23

  • Pauline Viardot’s opera Cendrillon [Cinderella], lib. Viardot, premiered in Paris

24

  • Herbert Zipper born (Vienna) Austrian composer, conductor, arts administrator, teacher. Died 1997

25

  • Huey Long born (Sealy, TX) American popular singer, guitarist. Worked with The Louisiana Jazz Band, Tex Guinan’s Cuban Orchestra and The Ink Spots. Died 2009
  • Edward Elgar’s Five Partsongs from the Greek Anthology op.45 for choir premiered in London
  • Jean Sibelius’s Valse triste for orchestra premiered in Helsinki

27

  • Syd Nathan born (Cincinnati, OH) American record producer, record executive, founder of the Queen, King and Federal labels. Died 1968

28

  • Paul Lincke’s operetta Berliner Luft [Berlin skies], lib. Heinrich Bolten-Baeckers, premiered in Berlin

29

  • Russ Morgan born (Scranton, PA) American dance band leader, arranger, trombonist, pianist. Died 1969
  • Nellie Farren (56) dies in London of heart failure
  • Max Reger’s Clarinet Sonata No.2 op.49b premiered in Munich
Pauline Viardot 1821-1910

Pauline Viardot 1821-1910

May

1

  • Antonin Dvorak (62) dies in Prague of heart failure

4

  • Umm Kulthum born (Tamay ez-Zahayra, Egypt) Egyptian Arabic classical singer, songwriter, actress. Died 1975

6

  • Cliff Carlisle born (Taylorsville, KY) American country singer, steel guitar player, songwriter. Brother of Bill Carlisle (1908-2003). Died 1983

10

  • Hugo Alfvén’s tone poem Midsummer Vigil premiered in Stockholm

15

  • Eda Kersey born (Goodmayes, Essex) English concert violinist. Died 1944

17

  • Fritz Lehmann born (Mannheim) German conductor. Died 1956
  • Vincent d’Indy’s Choral varié op.55 for orchestra premiered in Paris
  • Maurice Ravel’s song cycle Shéhérazade for soprano and orchestra premiered in Paris
  • Albert Roussel’s Résurrection op.4 for orchestra premiered in Paris

20

  • Gustav Holst’s Suite de Ballet in Eb op.10 for orchestra premiered in London

21

  • Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller born (New York, NY) American jazz pianist, singer, songwriter. Died 1943

23

  • Edgar Hayes born (Lexington, KY) American jazz pianist, bandleader. Worked with The Mills Blue Rhythm Band. Died 1979
  • Libby Holman born (Cicncinnati, OH) American popular singer, actress. Died 1971
  • Will Marion Cook, Will Mercer & Richard Grant’s musical comedy The Southerners opens on Broadway (36 performances)

24

  • Frederick Delius’ Sea Drift for orchestra premiered in Essen

26

  • George Formby born (Wigan) English singer, comedian, actor, ukulele player. Died 1961
  • Vlado Perlemuter born (Kaunas) Franco-Lithuanian concert pianist, teacher. Died 2002

28

  • Giacomo Puccini’s opera Madama Butterfly premiered in Brescia, lib. G. Giacosa and L. Illica (second version)

31

  • Otto Hardwick born (Washington, DC) American jazz saxophonist. Worked with Duke Ellington, Elmer Snowden, Sidney Bechet, Noble Sissle, Chick Webb and Fats Waller. Died 1970

1929 recording of Frederick Delius’s Sea Drift by Roy Henderson with the New English Symphony Orchestra and Choir

Jun

1

  • Hans Pfitzner’s Die Heinzelmännchen op.14 [the brownies] for bass singer and orchestra premiered in Frankfurt

3

  • Jan Peerce born (New York, NY) American tenor singer. Died 1984

6

  • Raymond Burke born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz clarinetist. Worked with Kid Thomas Valentine and others. Died 1986

7

  • Don Murray born (Joliet, IL) American jazz clarinetist, saxophonist. Worked with The New Orleans Rhythm Kings, Jean Goldkette, Adrian Rollini, Joe Venuti and Ted Lewis. Died 1929

9

  • The London Symphony Orchestra gives its inaugural concert conducted by Hans Richter

11

  • Emil František Burian born (Plzeň, Czech Rep) Czech poet, journalist, composer, playwright, actor, singer, musician. Died 1959
  • Clarence ‘Pinetop’ Smith born (Troy, AL) American boogie-woogie pianist, singer. Died 1929

18

  • Manuel Rosenthal born (Paris) French composer, conductor. Died 2003

21

  • Mack Gordon aka Morris Gittler born (Warsaw) American popular lyricist, songwriter. Died 1959

24

  • Phil Harris born (Linton, IN) American popular singer, actor, voice actor, comedian, songwriter. Died 1995

28

  • Dan Emmett (88) dies in Mount Vernon, OH

30

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams’ String Quartet in C premiered in Oxford

The LSO (2001)

Jul

5

  • Stanford Robinson born (Leeds) English conductor, composer. Died 1984
  • Franz Syberg born (Kerteminde, Denmark) Danish composer, organist. Died 1955

10

  • Iša Krejčí born (Prague) Czech composer, conductor. Died 1968

15

  • Soprano Agnes Nicholls marries conductor Hamilton Harty in London

16

  • Goffredo Petrassi born (Zagarollo, Italy) Italian composer, conductor, teacher. Died 2003

24

  • Leo Arnaud born (Lyon) Franco-American film composer. Died 1991

25

  • Kate Lee (46) dies in Maidenhead, Berkshire, of cancer

28

  • Isaac ‘Ikey’ Robinson born (Dublin, VA) American jazz banjo player, bandleader. Worked with Clarence Williams, Jelly Roll Morton and Jabbo Smith. Died 1990

30

  • Dick McDonough born (New York, NY) American jazz guitarist, composer. Worked with The Dorsey Brothers, Benny Goodman, Jack Teagarden and Glenn Miller. Died 1938
Agnes Nicholls 1876-1959

Agnes Nicholls 1876-1959

Aug

3

  • Ernst Jedliczka (49) dies in Berlin

4

  • Bill Coleman born (Paris, KY) American jazz trumpeter. Worked with Luis Russell, Fats Waller, Django Reinhardt, Andy Kirk, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins and others. Died 1981

6

  • Eduard Hanslick (78) dies in Baden, Austria

10

  • Gerald Bright aka Geraldo born (London) English dance band leader. Died 1974

11

  • Jess Stacy born (Bird’s Point, MO) American jazz pianist. Worked with Paul Mares, Benny Goodman, Bob Crosby, Tommy Dorsey and his own small groups. Died 1995

13

  • Charles “Buddy” Rogers born (Olathe, KS) American actor, jazz trombonist, bandleader. Died 1999

14

  • Arnold Krug (54) dies in Hamburg

16

  • Ralph Downes born (Derby) English organist, organ designer, teacher. Died 1993

21

  • William ‘Count’ Basie born (Red Bank, NJ) American jazz bandleader, pianist, composer. Worked with Walter Page and Bennie Moten and led The Count Basie Orchestra. Died 1984

24

  • Ludwig Schmidseder born (Passau, Germany) German operetta composer, popular songwriter, pianist. Died 1971
  • Henry “Buster” Smith born (Alsdorf, TX) American jazz alto-saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist, composer. Worked with The Oklahoma City Blue Devils, Count Basie, his own bands and others. Died 1991

30

  • Kate Loder (79) dies in Headley, Surrey
Arnold Krug 1849-1904

Arnold Krug 1849-1904

Sep

7

  • Hubert Parry’s The Love that Casteth out Fear for chorus and orchestra premiered in Gloucester

9

  • Walter Bricht born (Vienna) Austro-American composer, pianist, teacher. Died 1970
  • Seymour Hicks, Cosmo Hamilton, Herbert Haines, Evelyn Baker & Charles H. Taylor’s musical The Catch of the Season opens in London (621 performances)

10

  • Leo Stern (42) dies in London

11

  • Bill ‘Jazz’ Gillum born (Indianola, MS) American blues harmonica player, singer. Died 1966

12

  • Gavriil Nikolayevich Popov born (Novocherkassk, Russia) Russian composer. Died 1972

14

  • Kunihiko Hashimoto born (Tokyo) Japanese composer, violinist, conductor, teacher. Died 1949

17

  • Frederick Ashton born (Gauyaquil, Ecuador) English dancer, choreographer. Died 1988

21

  • Edward German’s Welsh Rhapsody for orchestra premiered in Cardiff

Programme for Hicks, Hamilton, Haines, Baker & Taylor’s musical The Catch of the Season

Oct

10

  • Sam Theard born (New Orleans, LA) American blues singer, songwriter, comedian, actor. Died 1982

11

  • Laura Ana ‘Tita’ Merello born (Buenos Aires) Argentinian actress, tango singer, dancer. Died 2002

15

  • Frederick Delius’s Appalachia: Variations on an Old Slave Song for choir and orchestra premiered in Elberfeld

16

  • Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera Pan Voyevoda premiered in St Petersburg, lib. I.F. Tyumenev

18

  • Paul ‘Stump’ Evans born (Lawrence, KS) American jazz saxophonist. Worked with Kid Ory, Jelly Roll Morton and King Oliver. Died 1928
  • Gustav Mahler’s Symphony no.5 premiered in Cologne

20

  • Anna Neagle born (London) English actress, popular singer. Died 1986

22

  • Max Reger’s Five Picturesque Pieces op.34 for piano 4 hands & Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Beethoven op.86 for two pianos and orchestra premiered in Berlin

24

  • Moss Hart born (New York) American theatre director, playwright, lyricist. Died 1961
  • Frederick Delius’s Piano Concerto in c premiered in Elberfeld

26

  • Boris Khaykin born (Minsk) Russian conductor. Died 1978

31

  • Dan Leno (43) dies in London, probably of a brain tumour

releases

  • Haydn Quartet – Sweet Adeline (Victor)
Gustav Mahler - Complete Symphonies (EMI)

Gustav Mahler – Complete Symphonies (EMI)

Nov

2

  • Claude Terrasse’s opera Monsieur de la Palisse premiered in Paris. Lib. Louis-Robert Pellevé de la Motte-Angot de Flers and Gaston-Armand de Caillavet

4

  • Franco Alfano’s opera Risurrezione [resurrection], lib. Cesare Hanau, premiered in Turin
  • J Rosamond Johnson, James Weldon Johnson and Bob Cole’s musical Humpty Dumpty premiered in New York

6

  • Claude Debussy’s Danses for harp and string orchestra premiered in Paris

7

  • George M Cohan’s musical Little Johnny Jones opens on Broadway (52 performances)

10

  • Ferruccio Busoni’s Piano Concerto premiered in Berlin

12

  • Oscar Straus’s operetta Die lustigen Nibelungen [The Merry Nibelungs], lib. Fritz Oliven, premiered in Vienna

13

  • Camille Saint-Saëns’ Caprice andalous op. 122 for violin and orchestra premiered in Paris

14

  • Art Hodes born (Mykolaiv, Ukraine) American jazz pianist. Died 1993
  • Dick Powell born (Mountain View, AR) American actor, singer, film director, film producer. Died 1963
  • Gabriel Fauré’s Tantum ergo for tenor or soprano, chorus and organ premiered in Paris

15

  • Mosco Carner aka Mosco Cohen born (Vienna) Anglo-Austrian conductor, musicologist, critic. Died 1985

18

  • Masao Koga born (Ōkawa, Japan) Japanese composer, guitarist. Died 1978

21

  • Coleman Hawkins born (St Joseph, MO) American jazz tenor saxophonist, bandleader. Worked with Mamie Smith’s Jazz Hounds, Fletcher Henderson and led The Coleman Hawkins Orchestra and various small ensembles. Died 1969
  • Bela Bartók’s Piano Quintet premiered in Vienna

22

  • Horace Henderson born (Cuthbert, GA) American jazz bandleader, pianist, arranger. Led his own bands and worked with Sammy Stewart and his brother Fletcher Henderson (1897-1952). Died 1988

25

  • Amy Beach’s Scottish Legend & Gavotte fantastique op.54 for piano premiered in Boston

27

  • Eddie South born (Louisiana, MO) American jazz violinist. Worked with Freddie Keppard, Jimmy Wade, Erskine Tate, Django Reinhardt and Earl Hines and led his own groups. Died 1962

29

  • Max Reger’s String Trio op.77b premiered in Munich

releases

  • Columbia Male Quartet – You’re The Flower Of My Heart, Sweet Adeline (Columbia)

George M Cohan 1878-1942

Dec

1

  • Jimmy Lytell born (New York, NY) American jazz clarinetist. Worked with The Original Memphis Five. Died 1972

2

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams’ song cycles The House of Life & Songs of Travel premiered in London

6

  • August Enna’s opera Ung elskov aka Heisse Liebe premiered in Weimar. Lib.P. A. Rosenberg

10

  • Karl Michael Ziehrer’s operetta Der Schätzmeister [the appraiser], lib. Alexander Engel and Julius Horst, premiered in Vienna

11

  • Gustav Holst’s Dream Tryst op.12 for chorus premiered in London
  • Giuseppe Martucci’s Symphony No. 2 op.81 premiered in Milan

13

  • Ruggero Leoncavallo’s opera Der Roland von Berlin premiered in Berlin, lib. Leoncavallo trans. G. Droescher

14

  • Edward Elgar’s The Wand of Youth Suite no.1 op.1/1 for orchestra premiered in London
  • Otakar Ostrcil’s opera Vlasty skon [death of Vlasta], lib. Karel Pippich, premiered in Prague
  • Max Reger’s Serenade for flute, violin and viola op.77a; Sonata for cello and piano no.3 op.78 & Variations and Fugue on a Theme of J.S. Bach op.81 for piano premiered in Munich

17

  • Victor Jacobi’s operetta A rátartós királykisasszony [The Haughty Princess], lib. Jenő Heltai, premiered in Budapest

18

  • Wilf Carter aka Montana Slim born (Port Hilford, Nova Scotia) Canadian country singer, songwriter, guitarist. Died 1996

22

  • Franz Léhar’s operetta Die Juxheirat [The hoax marriage] premiered in Vienna, lib. J. Bauer

26

  • J Rosamond Johnson, James Weldon Johnson and Bob Cole’s musical In Newport premiered in New York

30

  • Dmitri Kabalevsky born (St Petersburg) Russian composer, music administrator. Died 1987

unk

  • Max Reger’s String Quartet no.3 op.74 premiered in Frankfurt

Giuseppe Martucci 1856-1909

Date unkown

  • Blind Joe Reynolds born (Tallulah, LA) American blues singer, songwriter, guitarist (some sources give birth year as 1900). Died 1968
  • The Peerless Quartet formed in New York, initially as the Columbia Quartet. Original line-up: Tom Daniels (bass), Steve Porter (baritone), Henry Burr and Albert Campbell (tenors). Disbanded 1928

publications

  • Cecil Sharp’s Folk Songs from Somerset published in London in five parts (through to 1909)
  • George Ratcliffe Woodward’s hymnal Songs of Syon: A Collection of Hymns and Sacred Poems Mostly Translated from Ancient Greek, Latin and German Sources published in London (enlarged editions follow in 1908 and 1910)

songs published

  • Give My Regards to Broadway; The Yankee Doodle Boy (both George M. Cohan); Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis (Andrew B. Sterling, Kerry Mills); The Preacher And The Bear (George Fairman)

releases

  • Pablo de Sarasate – Zigeunerweisen parts 1 and 2 (Victor). From the violinist’s only recording session in Paris. Possibly released 1905

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