The Rags Thread

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Re: The Rags Thread

Post by jellyroll » Sun Jan 29, 2017 9:15 pm

Greetings lebowl
Arndt, Felix -Desecration__Rag_Humoresque.pdf
enjoy
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Re: The Rags Thread

Post by lebowl » Mon Jan 30, 2017 9:29 pm

THANKS!!

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Re: The Rags Thread

Post by ilu » Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:17 pm

Does anyone have the biography of A Clark and some piano scores?

I only know some of his piano rolls.

Thank you

ILU.
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Re: The Rags Thread

Post by honkytonkpiano » Sat Apr 22, 2017 2:18 am

Hi all Ragtime fans,
Here are four rare Rags more...
Happy weekend and all the best,
Martin
Bohrer, A.E. - Swiss Cheese Rag (Tango & One-Step) (1913)m.pdf
Camp, Warren - Chocolate Creams (Slow Drag) (Arr. by W.E.Elliott) (1909)m.pdf
Gooding, Grace - Fadettes Call, The (Rag, One-Step, Trot) (1914)m.pdf
Marten, Jimmie - Rice Hotel Blues (1915) ((WOW.. in two measures Boogie Octave Bass in 1915 ! ))m.pdf
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Re: The Rags Thread

Post by Jim Faston » Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:16 am

Has a scan of Geraldine Dobyns' Holly and Mistletoe ever surfaced? Thanks.

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Re: The Rags Thread

Post by Timtin » Fri Aug 17, 2018 8:39 am

honkytonkpiano wrote:For all "Winifred Atwell" fans...
Here are five of her sheet music more (fresh scannned :-)
At first are four scores of her wonderful and famous arrangements and.. at last the original piano solo version
of "The Poor People Of Paris" composed by "Marguerite Monnot" and featured by "Winifred Atwell".
I'm not sure "The Poor People Of Paris" arranged & as played Winifred Atwell ever was published as sheet music (?)
Hope all "Winnie" fans will enjoy this music scores.
Best RAGards,
Martin
Does this answer the above question, posed 7 years ago?
Monnot The Poor People of Paris (Poor John).pdf
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Re: The Rags Thread

Post by gchristian » Sun Aug 02, 2020 5:00 pm

Does anyone happen to have the rag folios of Robin Frost, and might be willing to share? It is my impression that they are out of print, and that no claim on copyright is likely to be made. And, as with so much, it would be a shame to lose them altogether.

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Post by quercus » Sun Aug 09, 2020 6:05 pm

The Robin Frost scores MAY still be in print. The late John Roache used to sell Robin Frost's PDFs and recordings. The website is still up, but it looks pretty dated - I would start with an inquiry before trying to pay. I did successfully order CDs from the site back in 2010.

https://www.johnroachemusic.com/frost.html

Also, Robin Frost is only just recently deceased, so I suspect the copyright is still in effect. Here is his 2020 obituary:
https://www.independent.com/2020/04/02/ ... 1930-2020/

All of that being said, if you're still having trouble getting your hands on the score, message me directly and I'll try to help.

Most of them are extremely difficult (though fun to dabble with). Some are said to have been written specifically for midi and/or player piano without the intention of being humanly playable.

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