December 17

December 17 is the 351st day of the year (352nd in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar. There are 14 days remaining.

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1 Events:
2 Births:
3 Deaths:
4 Holidays and Observances:
5 Recorded this day
6 See Also:

Events:

Births:

Deaths:

Holidays and Observances:

Recorded this day

  • 1891 – "Emmet's Lullaby" by Thomas Clark (cornet solo)
  • 1891 - "William Tell Overture" by Gilmore's Band
  • 1902 - "In The Good Old Summertime" by S. H. Dudley & Harry Macdonough with Sousa's Band
  • 1912 - "None Shall Part Us" by Peter Dawson & Eleanor Jones-Hudson
  • 1912 - "The Swing Song" by Peter Dawson & Eleanor Jones-Hudson
  • 1912 - "Little Grey Home In The West" by Peter Dawson
  • 1912 - "Sir Dare" by Peter Dawson
  • 1912 - "Trot Here And There" by Peter Dawson & Eleanor Jones-Hudson
  • 1913 - " 'Cross The Great Divide" by Henry Burr & Andrea Sarto
  • 1917 - "Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight" by Henry Burr
  • 1917 - "Sand Dunes" by Earl Fuller Orchestra
  • 1924 - "Mandy Make Up Your Mind" by Eva Taylor with Clarence Williams & his Blue Five
  • 1924 - "I'm A Little Blackbird Looking For A Bluebird" by Eva Taylor with Clarence Williams& his Blue Five
  • 1924 - "Rose Marie" by John McCormack
  • 1924 - "All Alone" by John McCormack
  • 1925 - "Thanks For The Buggy Ride" by Waring's Pennsylvanians
  • 1925 - "I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight" by Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra
  • 1926 - "Holy Child" by John McCormack
  • 1926 - "Baby Face" by Jack Lumsdaine accompanied by his own piano
  • 1926 - " 'Deed I Do" by Johnny Marvin
  • 1928 - "Love Me Or Leave Me" by Ruth Etting
  • 1928 - "I'm Bringing A Red, Red, Rose" by Ruth Etting
  • 1929 - "Dr Blues" by Luis Russell & his Orchestra
  • 1930 - "Sleepy Head" by Al Bowlly with Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players
  • 1930 - "In An Old Churchyard" by Al Bowlly with Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players
  • 1930 - "There's A Stranger In Heaven Tonight" by Al Bowlly with Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players
  • 1930 - "Silver-Toned Chimes Of The Angelus" by Al Bowlly with Linn Milford & his Hawaiian Players
  • 1931 - "I Apologise" with Pat O'Malley with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Yodle-Odle" by Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Today I Feel So Happy" by Pat O'Malley w. chorus with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Put Your Little Arms Around Me" by Pat O'Malley with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1931 - "Consolation" by Pat O'Malley with Jack Hylton & His Orchestra
  • 1932 - "Mister Depression (Will Soon Be Dead And Gone)" by Alec Regan with orchestra conducted by Gil Dech
  • 1932 - "Looking On The Bright Side" by Alec Regan with orchestra conducted by Gil Dech
  • 1934 - "I'm On A Seesaw" piano solo by Vivian Ellis
  • 1934 - "Rain" by vocal trio with Jimmie Lunceford & his orchestra
  • 1934 - "Tea For Two" by The Comedy Harmonists with piano Emil Gerhardt
  • 1934 - "Whispering" by The Comedy Harmonists with piano by Emil Gerhardt
  • 1934 - "When I Grow Too Old To Dream" by The King's Men with Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra
  • 1934 - "Jealous" by Henry Wells with Jimmie Lunceford & his orchestra
  • 1935 - "Celebratin' " by Alan Breeze with Billy Cotton & his Band
  • 1936 - "The Night Is Young And You're So Beautiful" by Cliff Edwards with Andy Iona
  • 1937 - "Caravan" by The Mills Brothers
  • 1937 - "Come Back To Erin" by Phil Regan
  • 1937 - "The Dipsy Doodle" by Ella Fitzgerald with Chick Webb & his orchestra
  • 1937 - "A Foggy Day" by Cyril Grantham with Geraldo & his Orchestra
  • 1938 - "Deep Purple" by Dick Todd with orchestra conducted by Leonard Joy
  • 1939 - "Grandad's Flannelette Nightshirt" by George Formby
  • 1939 - "Imagine Me In The Maginot Line" by George Formby
  • 1939 - "Mr Wu's A Window Cleaner Now" by George Formby
  • 1939 - "Lancashire Romeo" by George Formby
  • 1940 - "I'm Out Of Style" by Ginny Simms
  • 1940 - "Corn Silk" by Kenny Gardner with Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
  • 1941 - "Un Peu D'Amour" by Richard Tauber with orchestra conducted by Henry Geehl
  • 1941 - "Remember Pearl Harbour" by The Glee Club with Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye
  • 1941 - "Dear Mom" by Allan Foster with Swing And Sway With Sammy Kaye
  • 1941 - "Where Or When" by Lena Horne with orchestra conducted by Lou Bring
  • 1943 - "The Way You Look Tonight" by The Dinning Sisters
  • 1943 - "Where Or When" by The Dinning Sisters
  • 1943 - "Once In A While" by The Dinning Sisters
  • 1944 - "Let The Rest Of The World Go By" by Dick Haymes with orchestra conducted by Victor Young
  • 1945 - "East Of The Sun And West Of The Moon" by Ted Heath & his Music
  • 1945 - "Not So Quiet, Please" by Ted Heath & his Music
  • 1946 - "Five Minutes More" by Jimmy Miller & The Quads with The Squadronaires directed by Jimmy Miller
  • 1946 - "Sweet Lorraine" Frank Sinatra with The Metronome All Stars
  • 1946 - "Rosa of Santa Rosa" by Bing Crosby & The Chickadees with Bob Crosby's Bob Cats
  • 1946 - "That's How Much I Love You" by Bing Crosby & The Chickadees with Bob Crosby's Bob Cats
  • 1946 - "Stay Out Of My Dreams" by Jimmy Miller & The Quads with The Squadronaires directed by Jimmy Miller
  • 1946 - "This Is Always" by Sally Wood with The Squadronaires directed by Jimmy Miller
  • 1947 - "Beg Your Pardon" by The Dinning Sisters
  • 1947 - "Spring In December" by Gordon MacRae with orchestra conducted by Carlyle Hall
  • 1947 - "I'll See You Again" by Jeanette MacDonald with orchestra conducted by Robert Armbruster
  • 1947 - "A Hundred And Sixty Acres" by Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen & his orchestra
  • 1947 - "Trouble In Mind" by Jo Stafford with orchestra conducted by Paul Weston
  • 1947 - "Clabberin' Up For Rain" by Jo Stafford & The Starlighters with Paul Weston's Mountain Boys
  • 1947 - "Suspicion" by Jo Stafford with Paul Weston's Mountain Boys
  • 1947 - "I Remember Mama" by Fran Warren with Claude Thornhill & his orchestra
  • 1947 - "Jungle Rhumba" vocal by the Ensemble with Xavier Cugat & his Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra
  • 1947 - "At The Flying "W" " by Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen & his orchestra
  • 1947 - "It's Monday Every Day" by Jo Stafford
  • 1948 - "No Orchids For My Lady" by Billy Eckstine & The Quartones with orchestra conducted by Hugo Winterhalter
  • 1948 - "Caravan" by Billy Eckstine & The Quartones with orchestra conducted by Hugo Winterhalter
  • 1948 - "I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover" by Johnny Wade with George Trevare & his Southern Cross Seven
  • 1948 - "Blue Room" by Perry Como with orchestra conducted by Henri René
  • 1948 - "Powder Your Face With Sunshine" by Dean Martin
  • 1948 - "Bewildered" by Billy Eckstine & The Quartones with orchestra conducted by Hugo Winterhalter
  • 1951 - "Would You Dance With A Stranger?" by Peggy Lee with Sid Feller and His Orchestra
  • 1951 - "Shame On You" by Peggy Lee with Sid Feller and His Orchestra
  • 1951 - "I Love The Way You're Breaking My Heart" by Peggy Lee with Sid Feller and His Orchestra
  • 1958 - "Learning The Game" by Buddy Holly with orchestra conducted by Jack Hansen
  • 1958 - "Am I That Easy To Forget?" by Carl Belew
  • 1970 - "Where Do I Begin (Love Story)" by Andy Williams with orchestra conducted by Richard Hazard
  • 1973 - "Waterloo" by Abba
  • 1979 - "I've Been There!" by Frank Sinatra & chorus with Los Angeles Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
  • 1979 - "Song Without Words" by Frank Sinatra & chorus with Los Angeles Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
  • 1979 - "The Future" by Frank Sinatra & chorus with Los Angeles Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra


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