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Complete Piano Rags

Author : Scott Joplin
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All 38 piano rags by the acknowledged master of the form, reprinted from the publishers' original editions complete with sheet music covers. Introduction by David A. Jasen.

The Collected Works of Scott Joplin Works for piano

Author : Scott Joplin
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Complete works of Scott Joplin

Author : Giovanni De Chiaro
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The piano rag is musical form unlike any other. Although melodious, ragtime's excitement and appeal derives from its syncopated rhythms. Ragtime music achieved notoriety through its greatest composer, Scott Joplin (1868-1917). At an early age he studied with an old German musician who introduced him to the piano and music theory. While still in his early teens he earned his way playing piano in the honky-tonks of villages and towns in the Mississippi Valley. He was intrigued with the folk music of his people and the "jig piano" style of the self-taught pianists with whom he worked. Take a musical journey through Scott Joplin's prolific career and perform these time-honored ragtime piano pieces as they are transcribed here for solo guitar. Written in standard notation only with fingerings and historical/ performance notes.

The Ragtime Solo Piano Works of Scott Joplin

Author : Victoria J. Theodore
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Collected piano works

Author : Scott Joplin
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The Collected Works of Scott Joplin

Author : Scott Joplin
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Information Literacy and Technology

Author : Carla List
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American Keyboard Artists

Author : Stephen Husarik
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Jazz Report

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Billboard

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

Complete works for piano

Author : Miliĭ Alekseevich Balakirev
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The Complete Works of Scott Joplin

Author : Scott Joplin
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The Pianist s Dictionary Second Edition

Author : Maurice Hinson
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The Pianist's Dictionary is a handy and practical reference dictionary aimed specifically at pianists, teachers, students, and concertgoers. Users will find helpful and clear definitions of musical and pianistic terms, performance directions, composers, pianists, famous piano pieces, and piano makers.

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The Complete Encyclopedia of Popular Music and Jazz 1900 1950 Biographies A through K

Author : Roger D. Kinkle
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Classic piano rags

Author : Rudi Blesh
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Piano transcriptions of the syncopated, turn-of-the-century melodies created by such masters as Scott Joplin, Percy Wenrich, and Charles Hunter

Scott Joplin Sheet Music for Piano

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Looking for some lively music to play? With fingerings clearly marked and designed for easy reading, these books are the ideal resource of any piano or keyboard player. Scott Joplin: Sheet Music for Piano has over 40 whole pieces to choose from, including such classics as 'Maple Leaf Rag', 'The Entertainer' and 'The Easy Winners'.

Norton Anthology of Western Music Twentieth century

Author : James Peter Burkholder
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This volume includes 50 examples of music from Debussy and Scriabin to Adams and Zwilich. With a note on using the anthology, list of instrument names and abbreviations, glossary, and indices.

This Is Ragtime

Author : Terry Waldo
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In This Is Ragtime, Terry Waldo, musician and scholar, explores ragtime in detail, offering music lovers and social historians a unique view of the music from its inception through its colorful evolution. Waldo tells the story of Scott Joplin and his frustrating attempts to elevate his music to the status of the classics, from his first rags to the tragedy surrounding his operatic masterpiece Treemonisha. Waldo also depicts the exciting and often bawdy settings of the music: the earthly minstrel shows, the whorehouses, the cold and commercial publishers of Tin Pin Alley, the traditional jazz emporiums of Dixieland, and finally the prestigious concert halls of the world. Amplifying Waldo's accounts of how and why ragtime continues to fascinate the music world are pithy interviews with most of its enduring personalities: Eubie Blake, Max Morath, Turk Murphy, Lu Watters, Joe "Fingers" Carr, Johnny Maddox, Gunther Schuller, William Bolcom, and Joshua Rifkin. Illustrated with art work and artifacts, This Is Ragtime is an enduring classic for all ragtime and jazz enthusiasts.

America s Music from the Pilgrims to the Present

Author : Gilbert Chase
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First published in 1955, this account of music in America, presents "the music made or continuously used by the people of the United States, people who have come from many parts of the earth to build a new civilization and to create a new society in a new world." Chase perceives music as a cultural statement and writes to celebrate American musical pluralism. He seeks to enter into the motives and beliefs of each of his subjects, and believes that America's music is a counterpoint of ideas, trends, voices, and sounds, issuing from many different layers of society. Chase begins with the musical Puritans who settled in New England, and the various religious movements that dominated American musical expression. He also devotes greater attention to jazz, folk music and popular music. ISBN 0-252-00454-X (alk. paper): $29.95.