MUSIC

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  • ERNEST RUTHERFORD WIN THE NOBEL PRIZE

    ERNEST RUTHERFORD WIN THE NOBEL PRIZE
    Physicist Ernest Rutherford, known as the father of nuclear physics, discovers a way to induce the splitting of an atom. This is the first instance of an experiment performing nuclear transmutation, the changing of one chemical element into another. He devoted himself to the study of radioactive particles. He found that radioactivity was accompanied by a disintegration of the elements, which earned him to win the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1908.
  • CLEF CLUB CREATION

    CLEF CLUB CREATION
    James Reese Europe ( a jazz composer) founds in New York an association for Black musicians called Clef Club.
  • Alexander's Ragtime Band,

    Alexander's Ragtime Band,
    Irving Berlin records Alexander's Ragtime Band, which becomes a hit but is scorned by ragtime purists.
  • THE TITANIC SINkS

    THE TITANIC SINkS
    The Titanic was a British ocean liner, the largest ship in the world at the time of its launch, which sank in the early hours of 14 to April 15, 1912, during its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, France and Queenstown, Ireland. The sinking of the Titanic caused the death of 1514 people of the 2223 going aboard, making it one of the largest shipwrecks history occurred in peacetime. The Titanic was the second of three liners that formed the class Olympic, owned by the White
  • JAMES REESE EUROPE RECORDS

    JAMES REESE EUROPE RECORDS
    James Reese Europe records ragtime arrangements in New York with the first black ensemble to be recorded.
  • RUSSIA REVOLUTION

    RUSSIA REVOLUTION
    To a large extent induced by the first world war, the Russian Revolution was an event decisive and founder of the short twentieth century opened by the outbreak of major European conflict in 1914 and closed in 1991 with the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Object of sympathy and immense hope for a few.It has also been subject of severe criticism, fear and visceral hatred. It remains one of the most studied and most passionately discussed history events.
  • ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JASS BAND

    ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JASS BAND
    The Original Dixieland Jass Band (an all white group) makes the first jazz recording, Livery Stable Blues, and also becomes the first jazz group to appear in a movie (The Good for Nothing).
  • THE FIRST WOLD WAR ENDED

    THE FIRST WOLD WAR ENDED
    The First World War was a world war started on the 28th of July of 1914 and ended on the 11th November of 1918. It involved all the major powers of the world, which was aligned into two opposing camps: on the one hand, the allies of the Triple Entente, and on the other, the central powers of the Triple Alliance. A flu epidemic kills 20 million people on the entire world.
  • KID ORY

    KID ORY
    New Orleans trombonist Kid Ory moves to Los Angeles and forms a band, bringing jazz to new ears
  • THE FIRST AIRPLANE CROSSES THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

    THE FIRST AIRPLANE CROSSES THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
    John William Alcock was captain in the RAF who, along with Arthur Whitten Brown, piloted the first trans-Atlantic flight Sin successful scales from Newfoundland to Clifden, Ireland. Arthur Whitten Brown was born in the 23 of July of 1886 and died on the 4th of october of 1948 was a Scottish Aviator. And John William Alock was born in the United Kingdom on the 5th of November of 1892 and died in France on the 18 of December of 1919.