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  1. 1963 in music - Wikipedia

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    Specific locations. 1963 in British music; 1963 in Norwegian music; Specific genres. 1963 in country music; 1963 in jazz; Events. January 3 – The Beatles begin their first tour of 1963 with a five-day tour in Scotland to support the release of their new single, "Love Me Do", beginning with a performance in Elgin.

  2. Category:1963 in music - Wikipedia

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  3. 1963 in country music - Wikipedia

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    March — The month marks a dark time for country music, as it lost no less than five people in a ...

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    • Specific Locations
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    • Events
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    • Other Notable Songs
    • Classical Music
    • Opera
    • Musical Theatre
    • Musical Films
    • Births
    January 3 – The Beatles begin their first tour of 1963 with a five-day tour in Scotland to support the release of their new single, "Love Me Do", beginning with a performance in Elgin.
    January 4 – At Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italy, Dalidareceives a Juke Box Global Oscar for the year's most-played artist on jukeboxes.
    January 7 – Gary U.S. Bonds files a $100,000 lawsuit against Chubby Checker, claiming that Checker stole "Quarter to Three" and turned it into "Dancin' Party." The lawsuit is later settled out of c...
    January 11 – "Please Please Me" is released in the United Kingdom by the Beatles, with "Ask Me Why" as the B-side.
    "18 Yellow Roses"     Bobby Darin
    "Abilene"     w.m. John D. Loudermilk, Lester Brown, Bob Gibson, Albert Stanton
    "All My Loving"     w.m. John Lennon & Paul McCartney
    "Another Saturday Night"     w.m. Sam Cooke
    "Ashita Ga Arusa" w. Yukio Aoshima m. Hachidai Nakamura
    "En gång i Stockholm" w. Beppe Wolgersm. Bobbie Ericsson
    "Miagete Goran Yoru no Hoshi o" w. Rokusuke Ei & Taku Izumi, m. Kyu Sakamoto
    "Meglio Stasera" w. Franco Migliacci m. Henry Mancini

    Compositions

    1. Benjamin Britten – Nocturnalafter John Dowland, op. 70, for guitar 2. Nikolai Karetnikov – Symphony No. 4 3. Wojciech Kilar – Générique, for orchestra 4. Witold Lutosławski – Trois poèmes d'Henri Michauxfor choir and orchestra 5. Francis Poulenc – Sept répons des ténèbres 6. Giacinto Scelsi– String Quartet No. 3 7. John Serry Sr. – American Rhapsody, transcribed for free-bass accordion. 8. Karlheinz Stockhausen – Plus-Minus 9. Igor Stravinsky – Abraham and Isaac 10. William Walton – Variat...

    Oliver! (Music, Lyrics and Book: Lionel Bart) Broadway production opened at the Imperial Theatreon January 6 and ran for 744 performances
    She Loves Me (Music: Jerry Bock Lyrics: Sheldon Harnick Book: Joe Masteroff) Broadway production opened at the Eugene O'Neill Theatreon April 23 and ran for 302 performances
    Here's Love (Music, Lyrics and Book: Meredith Willson). Broadway production opened at the Shubert Theatreon October 3 and ran for 334 performances
    110 in the Shade (Music: Harvey Schmidt Lyrics: Tom Jones Book: N. Richard Nash). Broadway production opened at the Broadhurst Theatreon October 24 and ran for 331 performances
    Bye Bye Birdie, starring Dick Van Dyke and Ann-Margret
    Fun in Acapulco, starring Elvis Presley and Ursula Andress
    Summer Holiday, British musical featuring Cliff Richard
    Summer Magic starring Hayley Mills, Burl Ives, Dorothy McGuire and Eddie Hodges
    January 4 – Till Lindemann, German rock musician (Rammstein)
    January 13 – Tim Kelly, American rock musician (Slaughter) (d. 1998)
    January 15 – Conrad Lant, English singer-songwriter and bass player (Venom and Cronos)
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  7. List of Billboard Hot 100 top-ten singles in 1963 - Wikipedia

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    (Redirected from List of Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles in 1963). This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations.

  8. 1964 in music - Wikipedia

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    • Specific Locations
    • Specific Genres
    • Events
    • Published Popular Music
    • Other Notable Songs
    • Classical Music
    • Opera
    • Musical Theater
    • Musical Films
    • Births
    January 1 – Top of the Pops is broadcast for the first time, on BBCtelevision in the U.K.
    January 3 – Footage of the Beatles performing a concert in Bournemouth, England is shown on The Jack Paar Show.
    January 10 – Introducing... The Beatles, the first album by The Beatles to be released in the United States, comes out on Chicago's Vee-Jay Records, preceding Capitol Records' release of Meet the B...
    January 13 – Bob Dylan's The Times They Are a-Changin' is released on Columbia Records.
    "Sister Suffragette" w.m. Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman. Introduced by Glynis Johns in the film Mary Poppins.
    "A Spoonful of Sugar" w.m. Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman from the film Mary Poppins
    "Chim Chim Cher-ee" w.m. Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
    "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" w.m. Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman from the film Mary Poppins
    "Dahil Sa Iyo" w.m. Tom Spinosa and Mike Velarde, Jr.
    "I miei pensieri" w. Sanzio Chiesa m. Giovanni Pelli
    "Laisse tomber les filles" w.m. Serge Gainsbourg
    "L'Orange" w.m. Gilbert Bécaud and Pierre Delanoë

    Compositions

    1. Gilbert Amy 1.1. Alpha-beth, for flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, and horn 1.2. Cahiers d'épigrammes, for piano 2. Eyvin Andersen– Concerto for violin and orchestra 3. Jurriaan Andriessen – After the Fall, incidental music 4. Louis Andriessen 4.1. A Flower Song II, for oboe 4.2. A Flower Song III, for cello 4.3. Ittrospezione III, for two pianos and three instrumental groups, 4.4. Sweet, for alto recorder 5. Malcolm Arnold 5.1. Pieces (5), for violin and piano, Op. 84 5.2. Si...

    Samuel Barber – Vanessa(revised version)
    Benjamin Britten – Curlew River(church parable)
    Alberto Ginastera – Don Rodrigo, op. 31
    Hello, Dolly! (Jerry Herman) – Broadway production opened at the St. James Theatreon January 16 and ran for 2844 performances
    What Makes Sammy Run? – Broadway production opened at the 54th Street Theateron February 27 and ran for 540 performances
    Funny Girl (Jule Styne and Bob Merrill) – Broadway production opened at the Winter Garden Theatreon March 26 and ran for 1348 performances
    Anyone Can Whistle – Broadway production opened at the Majestic Theatreon April 4 and ran for 9 performances
    Ayee Milan Ki Bela, with music by Shankar Jaikishan
    Dosti, starring Sanjay Khan, with music by Laxmikant–Pyarelal
    A Hard Day's Night starring The Beatles
    Mary Poppins starring Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Glynis Johns and David Tomlinson
    January 5 – Grant Young (Soul Asylum)
    January 10 – Brad Roberts (Crash Test Dummies)
    January 11 – Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen, composer
    January 15 – Osmo Tapio Räihälä, composer
  9. 1968 in music - Wikipedia

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    October 8 – The soundtrack for the 1968 film Romeo and Juliet is released, containing popular "What Is a Youth" tune. November 8 – John and Cynthia Lennon are divorced. November 11 – Three days after their divorce, John Lennon costars with Yoko Ono in Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins, which ends up being a flop.

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