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#1190552 - 04/30/09 12:24 PM Lost Scott Joplin composition completed
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Authentic Ragtime Co. has composed a completed version of a Joplin composition only known from a brief fragment.

http://authenticragtime.com/Documents/Unknown%20Joplin%20Tune.mp3


Edited by Hrodulf (04/30/09 03:53 PM)
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#1190685 - 04/30/09 03:23 PM Re: Lost Scott Joplin composition apparently recovered [Re: Hrodulf]
Hrodulf Offline
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I have to admit something; the first time I heard this, I thought that the score had been discovered. They sure had me fooled! I guess I want to believe that more Joplin material will surface so badly that I am easily duped in this regard.

If the above link doesn't work, go to http://authenticragtime.com/Catalogue.aspx and scroll down to ""Unknown Joplin Tune" (19??) Scott Joplin?"


Edited by Hrodulf (04/30/09 06:31 PM)
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Learning:
Chopin op 55 no 1, op 69 no 1, op 23
Beethoven op 27 no 1 allegro vivace
J.S. Bach wtc book I prelude 10
Debussy reverie
Liszt b minor sonata
Haydn sonata Hoboken xvi:37
Brahms op 116 no 6
Exercises

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#1191775 - 05/02/09 12:38 PM Re: Lost Scott Joplin composition apparently recovered [Re: Hrodulf]
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Where was found this brief fragment ?

the music is interesting but not excellent ...
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#1191853 - 05/02/09 03:01 PM Re: Lost Scott Joplin composition apparently recovered [Re: SJFAN]
Hrodulf Offline
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Originally Posted By: SJFAN
Where was found this brief fragment ?

the music is interesting but not excellent ...


This fragment was transcribed from a photograph of Scott Joplin's piano, which happened to have a page of manuscript on it. Someone happened to notice the notes were readable and in that way a fragment of this music was recovered.

I think the composition is pretty good personally but that's just my opinion.
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Learning:
Chopin op 55 no 1, op 69 no 1, op 23
Beethoven op 27 no 1 allegro vivace
J.S. Bach wtc book I prelude 10
Debussy reverie
Liszt b minor sonata
Haydn sonata Hoboken xvi:37
Brahms op 116 no 6
Exercises

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#1192220 - 05/03/09 12:04 AM Re: Lost Scott Joplin composition completed [Re: Hrodulf]
Glock fan Offline
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Registered: 01/19/09
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Loc: Texas
A little sedate for my taste, but still very nice. Thank you for posting!

Next up: A Guest of Honor (we can dream, can't we?)

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#1192233 - 05/03/09 12:47 AM Re: Lost Scott Joplin composition completed [Re: Glock fan]
Hrodulf Offline
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Originally Posted By: Glock fan
A little sedate for my taste, but still very nice. Thank you for posting!

Next up: A Guest of Honor (we can dream, can't we?)


The legend of how that was lost is that Joplin was unable to pay the boarding house bill for his troupe because the receipts had been stolen, so the hotel seized his belongings as payment, which included the score of the opera.

If this story is true unfortunately I believe the fate of the opera is that it is lost forever.
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Learning:
Chopin op 55 no 1, op 69 no 1, op 23
Beethoven op 27 no 1 allegro vivace
J.S. Bach wtc book I prelude 10
Debussy reverie
Liszt b minor sonata
Haydn sonata Hoboken xvi:37
Brahms op 116 no 6
Exercises

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#1193228 - 05/04/09 03:52 PM Re: Lost Scott Joplin composition completed [Re: Hrodulf]
SJFAN Offline
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Loc: france
Do we have this particular picture of Scott Joplin's piano ?
... just curious !
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#1193267 - 05/04/09 04:30 PM Re: Lost Scott Joplin composition completed [Re: SJFAN]
Hrodulf Offline
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Loc: New York City
Originally Posted By: SJFAN
Do we have this particular picture of Scott Joplin's piano ?
... just curious !


I've never seen it. Maybe it's online somewhere, but I have no idea. I'll try to find it but don't know if I will be able to.
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Learning:
Chopin op 55 no 1, op 69 no 1, op 23
Beethoven op 27 no 1 allegro vivace
J.S. Bach wtc book I prelude 10
Debussy reverie
Liszt b minor sonata
Haydn sonata Hoboken xvi:37
Brahms op 116 no 6
Exercises

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