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Listen to Ragtime Robin on Spotify. Sam Rizzetta Song 2000. The Ragtime Robin was published by George Hamilton Green as a xylophone solo with piano accompaniment in 1924., one in a series of six novelty fox-trots grouped under the title 'George Hamilton Green's Jazz Classics for the Xylophone'. Album 1993 20 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Robin Frost: Ragtime Piano Novelty: Uncle Herbie's Rag: Robin Frost: Ragtime: Windmill Rag: Robin Frost: Ragtime: Downloading a MIDI File: After selecting the title you want: To Download the complete MIDI file, click on the title or the ' icon. (Note: The MIDI files are compressed using PKZip and will need to be decompressed using a. George Hamilton Green & Joe Green. From the Album Masters Of The Xylophone Listen Now Buy song $0.89. Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to Amazon.com (US).

George Hamilton Green

George Hamilton Green, Jr. (May 23, 1893 – 1970) was a xylophonist, composer, and cartoonist born in Omaha, Nebraska. He was born into a musical family, both his grandfather and his father being composers, arrangers, and conductors for bands in Omaha. From age four G.H. Green showed a prodigious talent as a pianist; he then took up the xylophone and by the age of eleven was being promoted as the “world’s greatest xylophonist” and was playing for crowds of 7,000-10,000. In 1915, when Green was 22 years old, a review in the United States Musician stated: 'He has begun where every other xylophone player left off. His touch, his attack, his technique, and his powers of interpretation in the rendition of his solos being far different than other performers. To say his work is marvelous and wonderful would not fully express it.' George Hamilton Green wrote several pieces for solo ragtime xylophone with accompaniment, as well as a xylophone method book which continues to be used by percussion pedagogues across the country. Some of his compositions for xylophone include: 'Ragtime Robin', 'Cross Corners', 'Charleston Capers', 'Rainbow Ripples', 'Log Cabin Blues', 'The Whistler', and 'Jovial Jasper'

He was a popular recording artist starting in 1917 with the Edison Company and was employed, along with his two brothers, Joe and Lew Green, as the original sound music crew for Walt Disney’s first three cartoons.

According to Nathaniel Shilkret, Green was not only a 'wonderful xylophone artist,' but an inventor. Shilkret said that Green designed the vibraphone at Shilkret's request.

Green was an important ragtime composer and authored many pieces that remain standards for the instrument even today. He retired from performing in the late 1940s to pursue a successful career in cartooning. Green would die in 1970, just a few years before a revival in the popularity of his ragtime xylophone music, and before his induction into the Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame in 1983 The rebirth of his music was led by members of the NEXUS Percussion Ensemble in the late 1970s. Through their efforts, G.H. Green’s xylophone music has been preserved and remains a relevant part of contemporary percussion pedagogy and performance.

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Birth and Death Data: Born May 23rd, 1893, Died 1970

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Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1916 - 1934

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Roles Represented in DAHR: xylophone, composer, vibraphone, marimba, arranger, celeste, leader, percussion, bells, lyricist, songwriter

Recordings (Results 26-50 of 355 records)

CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescriptionRoleAudio
VictorB-2380010-in.2/24/1920Rose of Washington SquareAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2386210-in.3/19/1920Alabama moonHawaiian TrioInstrumental trio (Hawaiian)instrumentalist, xylophone, composer
VictorB-2386610-in.3/25/1920La veedaGreen Brothers' Novelty BandJazz/dance bandinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2386710-in.3/25/1920Desert dreamsGreen Brothers' Novelty BandJazz/dance bandinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorC-2388112-in.4/6/1920Oh! By jingo!All Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorC-2388212-in.4/6/1920I gave her thatAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2405610-in.5/14/1920But she's just a little bit crazy about her husband, that's allAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2405710-in.5/14/1920Hawaiian twilightHawaiian TrioInstrumental trio (Hawaiian)instrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2405910-in.5/14/1920Old Man JazzAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2408410-in.6/15/1920Scandal walkVan Eps QuartetInstrumental quartetinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2408510-in.6/15/1920So long Oo-long (How long you gonna be gone?)Van Eps QuartetInstrumental quartetinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2429510-in.9/28/1920Camp meetin' bluesAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone, composer
VictorB-2451610-in.10/5/192012th Street ragAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2451710-in.10/5/1920Dotty DimplesAll Star TrioInstrumental triocomposer, instrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2461310-in.10/6/1920Alabama moonElsie Baker ; Olive KlineFemale vocal duet, with violin, piano, harp, and orchestracomposer, lyricist
VictorB-2481910-in.1/25/1921Why don't you?All Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance bandinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorC-2481912-in.3/2/1921Why don't you?All Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance bandinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2482010-in.1/25/1921Rose All Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance bandinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2488010-in.2/23/1921Answer All Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal duetinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2488310-in.2/23/1921MazieAll Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal duetinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2488410-in.2/23/1921SonnyAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone, composer
VictorB-2488510-in.2/23/1921Round the townAll Star TrioInstrumental trioinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorC-2489412-in.3/2/1921Siren of a southern seaAll Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance bandinstrumentalist, xylophone
VictorB-2500910-in.3/17/1921Teach meAll Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance bandcomposer, instrumentalist, xylophone
VictorC-2501012-in.3/17/1921MoonbeamsAll Star Trio ; All Star Trio OrchestraJazz/dance bandinstrumentalist, xylophone
(Results 26-50 of 355 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. 'Green, George Hamilton,' accessed May 10, 2021, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/104861.

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Green, George Hamilton. (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved May 10, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/104861.

'Green, George Hamilton.' Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2021. Web. 10 May 2021.

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DAHR Persistent Identifier

URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/104861

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Allmusic: Green, George Hamilton

Linked Open Data Sources

LCNAR: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n85072593

Wikidata: http://www.wikidata.org/entity/Q5540185

VIAF: https://viaf.org/viaf/105139051/

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