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1951 in music

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This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1951. Specific locations *1951 in British music *1951 in Norwegian music Specific genres *1951 in country music *1951 in jazz Events *January 29 – Nilla Pizzi wins the first annual Sanremo Music Festival with "Grazie dei fiori". *February 22 – The first complete performance of Charles Ives's Symphony No. 2, written between 1897 and 1902, is given in Carnegie Hall by the New York Philharmonic orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein. *March 3-5 – Jackie Brenston "and His Delta Cats" (actually Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm) record "Rocket 88" at Sam Phillips' Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, a candidate for the first rock and roll record (released in April). *March 5 – The Suk Trio, consisting of Josef Suk (violinist), Jiří Hubička (pianist) and Saša Večtomov (cellist), make their debut, at the Rudolfinum Hall in Prague (Czechoslovakia). *April 4 – Frankie Laine, newly signed by Columbia
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