1941 in Music

1941 In Music

The following songs achieved the highest chart positions in the limited set of charts available for 1941.

# Artist Title Year Country Chart Entries
1 Glenn Miller Chattanooga Choo Choo 1941 US 1940s 1 – Sep 1941, US 1 for 9 weeks Nov 1941, RYM 2 of 1941, US BB 9 of 1941, POP 16 of 1941, Europe 54 of the 1940s
2 Glenn Miller A String of Pearls 1941 US 1940s 1 – Jan 1942, US 1 for 2 weeks Feb 1942, US BB 2 of 1941, RYM 13 of 1941, POP 13 of 1941
3 Jimmy Dorsey Green Eyes 1941 US 1940s 1 – May 1941, US 1 for 4 weeks Aug 1941, US BB 12 of 1941, POP 12 of 1941, Europe 62 of the 1940s
4 Jimmy Dorsey Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy) 1941 US 1940s 1 – Mar 1941, US 1 for 10 weeks Mar 1941, US BB 18 of 1941, POP 21 of 1941, Europe 75 of the 1940s
5 Billie Holiday God Bless the Child 1941 US BB 3 of 1941, POP 3 of 1941, RYM 5 of 1941, RIAA 58, Scrobulate 89 of jazz, Acclaimed 341, WXPN 814


  • "Chattanooga Choo Choo" by Glenn Miller
  • "Take the "A" Train" by Duke Ellington

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