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8 thoughts on “ Euphoric Sounds (1909) - Joshua Rifkin - Piano Rags By Scott Joplin: Volumes I & II (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Bibliography. A publication related to this archive, and reproducing many of the items included in it, is Vaudeville Old & New: An encyclopedia of variety performers in America, by Frank Cullen, with Florence Hackman and Donald McNeilly (New York: Routledge, ), in 2 volumes. Related articles may also be found in The Vaudeville Times, 40 issues of which were published by The American Museum.
  2. Norsk Internasjonalt Artist: Unit 4+2 Tittel: 1st Album EX-VG Decca LK Land & år: UK Pris: The Best Of EX UK VG+ UK Level Headed Polydor
  3. Scott Joplin: Piano Rags is a ragtime piano album, consisting of compositions by Scott Joplin played by Joshua Rifkin, on the Nonesuch Records label. The original album's cover states the name as Piano Rags by Scott Joplin, as contrasting the album's spine. The record is considered to have been the first to reintroduce the music of pianist and composer Joplin in the early donbewoncuginarepticonnatiders.coinfo: Ragtime.
  4. Melody Maker articles, interviews and reviews from Rock's Backpages: The ultimate library of rock music writing and journalism. Thousands of articles, interviews and reviews from the world's best music writers and critics, from the late s to the present day. Read the best writing on rock music here.
  5. AMS/SEM/SMT American Musicological Society Society for Ethnomusicology Society for Music Theory Abstracts New Orleans Abstracts New Orleans 1–4 November g Abstracts the joint meetings of the American Musicological Society Seventy-eighth Annual Meeting Society for Ethnomusicology Fifty-seventh Annual Meeting Society for Music Theory Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting 1–4 November
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  7. Jarrett’s solo piano improvisations, performed and recorded in front of concert audiences in Europe. In an era dominated by jazz-fusion, the 3-LP set became a surprise hit when various U.S. publications—including The New York Times, Time, Downbeat, and Stereo Review—named Solo Concerts: Bremen/Lausanne record of the year.

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