Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1801: Composer Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda was born.
1844: Composer Charles-Marie-Jean-Albert Widor was born.
1911: Gustav Mahler conducted his last concert. He collapsed immediately afterward from a severe streptococcal infection. He died on May 18.
1968: McGraw-Hill, Inc. outbids eight other American publishers for the U.S. rights to Hunter Davies’ authorized biography of the Beatles. They paid $150,000 for the rights.
1977: Neil Diamond’s in-concert TV special aired on NBC.
1987: Sly Stone was jailed on drug charges.
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