Ragtime Blues Piano

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Musicians who are notable for their playing of ragtime music include (in alphabetical order):

We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Ragtime was everywhere by the early 1900s-in sheet music, piano rolls, phonograph records, and ragtime piano playing contests, as well as in music boxes, vaudeville theaters, and bordellos. Publishing houses churned out piano rags and ragtime songs at a furious pace. Ragtime also appeared in arrangements for orchestras and wind bands.

  • William Albright (1944-1998)
  • John Arpin (1936–2007)
  • Winifred Atwell (1914–1983)
  • Mary Aufderheide (1888-1972)
  • Irving Berlin (1901–1989)
  • Mike Bernard (1881–1936)
  • Arthur 'Blind' Blake (1896-1934)
  • Eubie Blake (1887–1983)
  • William Bolcom (1938–)
  • Euday L. Bowman (1887-1949)
  • Lou Busch (1910–1979)
  • Jo Ann Castle (1939–)
  • Louis Chauvin (1881–1908)
  • Zez Confrey (1895–1971)
  • Ford Dabney (1883–1958)
  • James Reese Europe (1880–1919)
  • William Ezell (1892–1963)
  • Blind Leroy Garnett (1897–1933)
  • Gene Greene (1881–1930)
  • Ben Harney (1872–1938)
  • Ernest Hogan (1865–1909)
  • Dick Hyman (1927–)
  • Tony Jackson (1876–1921)
  • Chas. Johnson (1876-1950)
  • James P. Johnson (1894–1955)
  • Scott Joplin (1867–1917)
  • Sue Keller (1952–)
  • Joseph Lamb (1887–1960)
  • George Lewis (1900–1968)
  • Johnny Maddox (1927–2018)
  • Arthur Marshall, (1881-1968)
  • Artie Matthews (1888-1958)
  • Blind Willie McTell (1898-1959)
  • John Mooney (1955–)
  • Julia Lee Niebergall (1886-1968)
  • Jelly Roll Morton (1890–1941)
  • Vess Ossman (1868–1923)
  • Harry Reser (1896–1965)
  • David Thomas Roberts (1955–)
  • Wally Rose (1913–1997)
  • Joshua Rifkin (1944–)
  • James Scott (1885–1938)
  • Muggsy Spanier (1901–1967)
  • Charley Straight (1891–1940)
  • Adam G. Swanson (20?? - )
  • Wilbur Sweatman (1882–1961)
  • Charlie Tagawa (1935-2017)
  • Butch Thompson (1943-)
  • Tom Turpin (1871-1922)
  • Fred Van Eps (1913–1998)
  • Dave Van Ronk (1936-2002)
  • Terry Waldo (1944-)
  • Fats Waller (1904–1943)
  • Del Wood (1920–1989)
  • Dick Zimmerman (1937–)

Ragtime Blues Piano

  • This disk features a nice selection of ragtime piano compositions by some of the top contributors in the field. The recordings are made on player piano, from rolls recorded about a hundred years ago, by the composers themselves, which is a nice historic touch. It was an awesome experience to hear Ragtime and early blues played by the.
  • WP1174 - Ragtime & Blues Book 2 - Piano Solos Sheet music – January 1, 2013 by Phil Hamm (Author) 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Sheet music 'Please retry' $8.50. $8.49: $2.91: Sheet music.

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There is no doubt, this is THE Ragtime and Blues piano collection.
Ragtime Huge compilation (one of the largest music collections in print) of Classic Ragtime and Blues piano, IN THE ORIGINAL VERSIONS.

Jazz Blues Piano Riffs

There are no lyrics in this collection, this is all for piano solo, suitable for Intermediate level pianists and up.

If you have played Scott Joplin's 'Entertainer' or 'Maple Leaf Rag' (included in this volume, of course), then you know the wonderful sound of this music which is '...like a romp through the Great American South of yesteryear.' This collection contains the very best of the Ragtime style, as well as classics of early Blues.

Library of Ragtime
and Early Blues Piano

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St. Louis Tickle - Theron C. Bennett
Southern Rag Medley No. 2 - John W. 'Blind' Boone
12th Street Rag - Euday L. Bowman
A Tennessee Jubilee - Thomas E. Broady
Cabbage Leaf Rag - Les Copeland
Bunch o' Blackberries - Abe Holzmann
Tickled to Death - Charles Hunter
Doc Brown's Cake Walk - Charles L. Johnson
Nappy Lee - Joe Jordan
Eli Green's Cake Walk - Sadie Koninsky
Razzazza Mazzazza - Arthur Pryor
Pride of Bucktown - Robert S. Roberts
Pickles and Peppers - Adaline Shepherd
Harlem Rag - Tom Turpin
A Ragtime Nightmare - Tom Turpin
The Buffalo Rag - Tom Turpin
Mashed Potatoes - Calvin Lee Woolsey

Maple Leaf Rag
Palm Leaf Rag
Peacherine Rag
The Easy Winners
The Entertainer
Elite Syncopations
Weeping Willow
The Ragtime Dance
The Nonpareil
Fig Leaf Rag
Pine Apple Rag
Euphonic Sounds
Scott Joplin's New Rag
Reflection Rag
Heliotrope Bouquet - Scott Joplin and Louis Chauvin
Sunflower Slow Drag - Scott Joplin and Scott Hayden
Something Doing - Scott Joplin and Scott Hayden
Felicity Rag - Scott Joplin and Scott Hayden
Kismet Rag - Scott Joplin and Scott Hayden
Swipesy - Scott Joplin and Arthur Marshall
Wall Street Rag

The Thriller - May Aufderheide
Cracked Ice Rag - George L. Cobb
The Chevy Chase - J. Hubert 'Eubie' Blake
Fizz Water - J. Hubert 'Eubie' Blake
Sensation Rag - Joseph F. Lamb

Excelsior Rag - Joseph F. Lamb
American Beauty Rag - Joseph F. Lamb
Kinklets - Arthur Marshall
The Pippin - Arthur Marshall
Pastime Rag No. 3 - Artie Matthews
Hoosier Rag - Julia Lee Niebergall
Pork and Beans - C. Luckyth 'Luckey' Roberts
The Music Box Rag - C. Luckyth 'Luckey' Roberts
Tiger Rag - D.J. La Rocca
Great Scott Rag - James Scott
Grace and Beauty - James Scott
Sunburst Rag - James Scott
Efficiency Rag - James Scott
Rag Sentimental - James Scott
New Era Rag - James Scott
Peace and Plenty Rag - James Scott
Troubadour Rag - James Scott
The lily Rag - Charles Thompson
Slippery Elm Rag - Clarence Woods

Easy Rider - Shelton Brooks
A Good Man Is Hard to Find - Eddie Green
Beale Street Blues - W.C. Handy
The St. Louis Blues - W.C. Handy
The Memphis Blues - W.C. Handy and George A. Norton
Triangle Jazz Blues - Irwin P. Leclere
Livery Stable Blues - Marvin Lee, Ray Lopez and Alcide Nunez
I Got the Blues - A. Maggio
All In Down and Out - Smith and Johnson, Elmer Bowman and R.C. McPherson
Dallas Blues - Hart A. Wand and Lloyd Garrett
The Original Chicago blues - James White
I Ain't Got Nobody - Spencer Williams, Dave Peyton and Roger Graham

Alexander's Ragtime Band - Irving Berlin
Everybody's Doing It Now - Irving Berlin
He's a Rag Picker - Irving Berlin
The International Rag - Irving Berlin
That Mysterious Rag - Irving Berlin and Ted Snyder
Darktown Strutters' Ball - Shelton Brooks
Some of These Days - Shelton Brooks
At a Georgia Camp Meeting - Kerry Mills
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee - Lewis F. Muir
The Junkman Rag - C. Luckyth 'Luckey' Roberts, Chris Smith and F.E. Mierisch
Ballin' the Jack - Chris Smith and James Burris
Everything Is Ragtime Now - Charley Straight and J. Brandon Walsh

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