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Joplin – Elite Syncopations
Joplin – Maple Leaf Rag 1899
Joplin – March Majestic
Joplin – Orginal Rags
Joplin – Pleasant Moments
Joplin – School of Ragtime
Joplin – Solace
Joplin – The Easy Winners
Joplin – The Entertainer 1902


Joplin Complete Piano Rags Book (Incl School Of Ragtime) – Sheet Music – Piano,
42 of Joplin’s most famous rags in one comprehensive collection. Contents: Bethena (Ragtime Waltz) * A Breeze from Alabama * The Cascades * The Chrysanthemum * Country Club * The Easy Winners * Elite Syncopations * The Entertainer * Eugenia * Euphonic Sounds * The Favorite * Felicity Rag * Fig Leaf Rag * Gladiolus Rag * Heliotrope Bouquet * Kismet Rag * Leola * Lily Queen * Magnetic Rag * Maple Leaf Rag * The Nonpareil * Original Rags * Palm Leaf Rag * Paragon Rag * Peacherine Rag * Pine Apple Rag * Pleasant Moments (Ragtime Waltz) * Rag Time Dance * Reflection Rag * Rose Leaf Rag * Scott Joplin’s New Rag * Search-Light Rag * Solace * Something Doing * Stoptime Rag * The Strenuous Life * Sugar Cane Rag * Sun Flower Slow Drag * Swipesy * The Sycamore * Wall Street Rag * Weeping Willow


Joplin Magnetic Rag Sheet music


The Best Of Scott Joplin – A Collection of original Ragtime Piano Compositions, including:

(A) “Breeze From Alabama (Ragtime Two Step) …… 43
(The) Cascades (Ragtime Two Step) . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
(The) Chrysanthemums (An Afro Intermezzo) . 93

  • (The) Easy Winners (Ragtime Two Step) ………. 27
    · · • Elite Syncopations ………………….. 75
  • (The) Entertainer {Ragtime Two Step) …….. . .. 21
    Eugenia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
    (The) Favorite (Ragtime Two .Step) . . . . . . . . . . 33
  • Maple Leaf Rag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
    Palm Leaf Rag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . 65
    Peacherine Rag .. . …………………. 69
    (The) Ragtime Dance ……….. . ……… 87
    Something Doing (Cake Walk March) …….. . … 49
    Sunflower Slow Drag ………………… 37
    Swipesy (Cake Walk) ………………… 55
    (The) Sycamore (Concert Rag) ……………. 61
    Weeping Willow (Ragtime Two Step) . . . …….. 15

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Scott Joplin – Best Of Scott Joplin

Tracklist:

00:00 – Maple Leaf Rag 03:03 – Elite Syncopations 06:31 – The Easy Winners 10:05 – Felicity Rag 12:51 – The Entertainer 16:20 – The Strenuous Life 19:43 – Combination March 23:09 – Ragtime Dance 26:54 – Cascades 30:13 – Peacherine Rag 33:31 – Something Doing 36:37 – Country Club 40:13 – Scott Joplin New Rag 43:53 – Sunflower Slow Drag 47:10 – Paragon Rag 50:57 – Heliotrope Bouquet 54:25 – Swipesy 57:56 – Search Light 01:02:26 – Rose Leaf Rag 01:06:04 – Fig Leaf Rag 01:09:33 – Original Rags 01:13:24 – Pine Apple Rag 01:16:50 – Gladiolous Rag 01:21:16 – The Ragtime Dance 01:25:01 – Sugar Cane 01:28:20 – Palm Leaf Rag 01:31:31 – A Breeze from Alabama

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Scott Joplin (short bio)

(Texarcana, 1868 – New York, 1917) American pianist and composer. to formal perfection He brought ragtime, pieces with a syncopated rhythm that were very popular in the first decades of the 20th century in the United States, in which a rhythmic sense close to that of jazz can be seen. His Maple Leaf Rag (1899) for piano was immensely successful. The opera Treemonisha (1911), a mixture of black rhythms, ragtime and Italian opera, is his most ambitious work.

Scott Joplin received private piano lessons from a very young age. In the mid-eighties he undertook a long journey through the American Midwest, and in 1893 he performed at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Joplin wanted to succeed as a pianist and as a classical composer; For this reason he settled in Sedalia in 1895 and studied music at the George R. Smith College for Colored People. In 1900 he moved to St. Louis to work alongside music publisher John Stark.

In 1902 he published and directed the choreography of his first ballet piece, in which numerous ragtime rhythmic devices appear , and in 1903 he published his first opera, guest of A honor .

In 1907, she moved to New York, and that same year she wrote the instruction manual The school ragtime of . Joplin developed and perfected ragtime with a series of compositions that have become classics of this genre, such as Maple leaf rag , Wall Street rag and The entertainer , a theme on which composer Marvin Hamlisch would base his unforgettable soundtrack film The Sting (1973), starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford . His contract with John Stark ended in 1909.

One of his most notable productions was Treemonisha , from 1911, a work that synthesizes all the ideas that the author had about music in a classic opera. Of this opera between acts, for which Joplin also wrote the libretto, only the edition for voice and piano is preserved, edited at the time by the same author, although the handwritten score for orchestra, which Scott Joplin finished, has not been found. but that remained unpublished.

Treemonisha has been defined as “the first great American opera, since it speaks a genuinely American language with the conventional forms of Western opera, such as the overture, the aria, the airoso, the recitative, the choruses and the ballet” (WJ Schafer and J. Riedel). The work is closed in form and consists of twenty-seven numbers. Some precise choreographic instructions, written by Joplin, accompany some scenes; They are of particular interest for the assembly of numbers 4, 13 and 27.

The action takes place in 1884, when Treemonisha, the protagonist, is eighteen years old. The scene takes place on an Arkansas plantation and in the thick jungle that surrounds it. The area is inhabited only by blacks, since its white masters have abandoned it after the defeat of the Confederates.

Two tendencies confront the population: one fetishist, dominated by superstitions and linked to magical culture, ridiculed by Joplin, and another that trusts in the progress acquired through culture, personified by Treemonisha and her parents. Treemonisha (whose name derives from the fusion of the words “tree”, tree, and Monisha, name of the woman who wanted to have a child, found the girl under a tree, and raised her as her own) is the only literate person from the black community, for whom the civil war has meant freedom.