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The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra (finally) Plays 'The Entertainer'
The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra (finally) Plays 'The Entertainer'
THE PARAGON RAGTIME ORCHESTRA (finally) PLAYS 'THE ENTERTAINER' is the latest recording by the world's only professional ensemble devoted exclusively to American popular music of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. With this new 72 minute disc, the PRO pays tribute to the "classic" rags of Scott Joplin as well as compositions by his disciples Joseph F. Lamb, Arthur Marshall, and James Scott. Included are favorites such as the "Maple Leaf," along with the world premier recordings of several original early 1900s orchestrations that have only recently come to light (among them, Harry L. Alford's arrangements of Joplin's "The Sycamore," "Eugenia," "Magnetic Rag," and his 1918 foxtrot setting of James Scott's "Dixie Dimples"; F. H. Losey's 1907 orchestration of Joplin's "Rose Leaf Rag"; and Carl F. Williams [c1875-?] arrangements of Joplin's "Stoptime" and "Search-Light" rags). Scott Joplin's own orchestration of James Scott's "Frog Legs Rag" is also presented. ! Rounding out these choice syncopated selections are a number of historically correct "reproduction" scores crafted by PRO conductor Rick Benjamin. THE PARAGON RAGTIME ORCHESTRA (finally) PLAYS 'THE ENTERTAINER' was recorded using the latest 21st Century "high definition" digital recording techniques in the sumptuous acoustics of Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Massachusetts. No effort or expense was spared to capture a realistic and crystal clear sound that should please the most discerning listener. Of further interest, all the instruments played for the sessions were period antiques (including PRO's 1910 Ludwig & Ludwig drum kit), giving the disc a further glow of warmth and authenticity. Complimenting the recording itself is a whimsical 12-page, full color booklet created by the noted artist and ragtime scholar Chris Ware. A trove of rare photos, period advertisements, and score excerpts, this booklet, which sports conductor Benjamin's latest essay on Scott Joplin, should be of particular interest to aficionados of that era. THE PARAGON RAGTIME ORCHESTRA (finally) PLAYS 'THE ENTERTAINER' caps this distinguished ensemble's 20-year recording career, and may well prove to be the "definitive" orchestral ragtime recording. It is a genuine "must have" disc for both the casual listener and the seasoned ragtime collector and enthusiast.

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The Greatest Ragtime Of The Century
The Greatest Ragtime Of The Century
That it is: piano-roll recordings by Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller, Scott Joplin, James P. Johnson and more! These date mostly from the '20s, with modern digital recording for maximum sound quality: Tom Cat Blues; Steeplechase Rag; Sweet Man; It's Right Here for You; Nobody but My Baby; Charleston Rag; Regal Stomp , and more!

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The Very Best of Ragtime - Various
The Very Best of Ragtime - Various
The combination of a strong marching rhythm with a syncopated, off-the-beat melody is what makes ragtime unique; that sense of a ragged offbeat rhythm gives the genre its name. It is dance music as your brain sorts out the on-beats and the off, you can t help but move your feet. Musical fashions come and go, but it looks as if ragtime is here to stay. This collection has 50 joyful reasons why... CD1 1. The Entertainer - Scott Joplin 2. The Old Piano Roll Blues - Knuckles O Toole 3. There Is A Tavern In The Town - Del Wood 4. It s A Long, Long Way To Tipperary / I Didn t Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier - Johnny Maddox 5. Tiger Rag - Jo Ann Castle 6. S-H-I-N-E - Crazy Otto 7. I m Just Wild About Harry - Bobby Brent 8. The Black And White Rag - Winifred Atwell 9. Hawaiian War Chant - Joe Fingers Carr 10. Pack Up Your Troubles - Johnny Maddox 11. Painter s Rag - Jo Ann Castle 12. Give My Regards To Broadway - Del Wood 13. I ll Get By - Knuckles O Toole 14. If You Knew Susie (Like I Know Susie) - Crazy Otto 15. There s A Long, Long Trail - Johnny Maddox 16. Alexander s Ragtime Band - Del Wood 17. When You re Smiling - Bobby Brent 18. Coronation Rag - Winifred Atwell 19. Good Morning - Johnny Maddox 20. 12th Street Rag - Jo Ann Castle 21. Down Yonder - Joe Fingers Carr 22. Ragtime Cowboy Joe - Knuckles O Toole 23. My Melancholy Baby - Crazy Otto 24. Over There - Johnny Maddox 25. Please Don t Talk About Me - Del Wood CD2 1. The Darktown Strutters Ball - Johnny Maddox 2. Singin In The Rain - Knuckles O Toole 3. Castle Rag - Jo Ann Castle 4. Bye Bye Blackbird - Del Wood 5. Alabamy Bound - Crazy Otto 6. Dill Pickles - Winifred Atwell 7. Hindustan - Joe Fingers Carr 8. The Rose Of No Man s Land -Johnny Maddox 9. Oh Frenchy - Johnny Maddox 10. Yes Sir, That s My Baby - Del Wood 11. Somebody Stole My Gal - Knuckles O Toole 12. Spaghetti Rag - Jo Ann Castle 13. Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh! - Crazy Otto 14. Britannia Rag - Winifred Atwell 15. Goodbye Broadway, Hello France / We Take Our Hats Off To You - Johnny Maddox 16. The Choo Choo Leaves - Bobby Brent 17. Lights Out - Crazy Otto 18. Down Yonder - Del Wood 19. Canadian Capers - Knuckles O Toole 20. Copenhagen - Joe Fingers Carr 21. Tickle The Ivories Rag - Jo Ann Castle 22. Temptation Rag - Bobby Brent 23. Heart Of My Heart - Del Wood 24. Till We Meet Again - Johnny Maddox 25. Maple Leaf Rag - Scott Joplin

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