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by William J. Schafer,Johannes Riedel

Author: William J. Schafer,Johannes Riedel
Subcategory: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Da Capo Press (March 21, 1977)
Pages: 249 pages
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The Art Of Ragtime book. Published March 21st 1977 by Da Capo Press.

The Art Of Ragtime book. Paperback, 249 pages. The Art of Ragtime: Form and Meaning of an Original Black American Art (A Da Capo Paperback). 0306800578 (ISBN13: 9780306800573).

Art of Ragtime: Form and Meaning of an Original Black American Art Hardcover – 1 Dec 1973. by. William J. Schafer (Author). Schafer (Author)

Schafer, William John, 1937-. Riedel, Johannes, 1913-1996, author.

Schafer, William John, 1937-. Chapter 2: The Impact of Ragtime - Chapter 3-Classic Ragtime - Chapter 4-Ragtime's Second Line: Lesser Luminaries - Chapter 5-Ragtime Songs and Ragtime Bands - Chapter 6-"Try This on Your Piano"; Ragtime Style and Performance - Appendix I: The Image on the Cover - Appendix 2: Ragtime versus Jazz Piano. Styles - Appendix 3: Scott Joplin's Treemonisha - Appendix 4: Bibliography of Ragtime - Index.

Schafer, William and Riedel, J. Art of Ragtime: Form and Meaning of an Original Black. Philip points out that this means that each performer retained their individual style without much influence from other performers

Schafer, William and Riedel, J. American Art. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1973. Philip points out that this means that each performer retained their individual style without much influence from other performers. The heart of the book is the discussion of changes in style and performance practice of instrumentalists.

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First Printing 1977 Form and meaning of an original Black American Art Ragtime music and . by William John Schafer. Select Format: Paperback.

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Ragtime, a style of American, popular music that flourished in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, was an. .Schafer, William and Riedel, J. Art of Ragtime: Form and Meaning of an Original Black American Art.

Ragtime, a style of American, popular music that flourished in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, was an amalgamation of African and European musical traditions. Its idiomatic traits included a jaunty, syncopated (or ragged) rhythm with a march-based, multi-strain song form. On May 1,1893, the Worlds Columbian Exposition in Chicago, also known as The Chicago Worlds Fair, opened to over seven hundred thousand visitors.

William J. Schafer, Johannes Riedel, The Art of Ragtime: Form and Meaning of an Original Black American Art, (Baton Rouge, 1973). Students are then required to watch Terry Waldo Discusses Ragtime. Waldo is a pianist and composer, as well as being a historian of early jazz, blues and ragtime

Schafer, William . and Johannes Riedel. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1973. Early Jazz: Its Roots and Musical Development. New York: Oxford University Press, 1968.

Schafer, William . Tallmadge, William H. "Ben Harney: The Middlesborough Years, 1893," American Music 13/2 (1995): 167. Waldo, Terry. New York: Da Capo, Press, 1991. About this Collection.

First Printing 1977**Form and meaning of an original Black American Art**Ragtime music and music writer and the history of Ragtime