Scott Joplin The King Of Ragtime


Terms in this set (13) Joplin was known as the King of. Joplin was born in and moved to Arkansas/New York. Syncopated music is. Rhythmically uneven. In addition to operas and ragtime music, Joplin also wrote. Jun 26, 2020 The undisputed king of ragtime was Scott Joplin. Not only the primal force in propelling ragtime into the culture, and establishing it as a serious musical genre, he wrote the songs that, to this. When it was first published in 1994, King of Ragtime: Scott Joplin and his Era was widely heralded not only as the most thorough investigation of Scott Joplin's life and music, but also as a gripping read, almost a detective story. This new and expanded edition-more than a third larger than the first-goes far beyond the original publication in uncovering new details of the composer's life.

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Name in Other Languages: 斯科特·乔普林, 斯科特·喬普林, 스콧 조플린, סקוט ג'ופלין, スコット・ジョプリン, Скотт Джоплин, สก็อต จอปลิน, Скотт Джоплін, سكوت جوبلن, სკოტ ჯოპლინი, Скот Джоплин, اسکات جوپلین, Սքոթ Ջոպլին, اسکات جاپلین
Aliases: スコット・ジョップリン, Joplin, Джоплин Скотт, Джоплин С., Джоплин, Скотт, Скот Джоплін, Джоплін Скотт, Scott Ioplin, The king of ragtime
Authorities - WorldCat, Wikipedia, VIAF: 56796614, LCCN: n50039880, ISNI: 0000 0001 0904 5211, GND: 119174030, SELIBR: 191960, SUDOC: 060341742, BNF: 13895753j, MusicBrainz: aec8a328-d2e8-4780-b2ea-318c7f8d6f75, NDL: 00756299, NKC: jn20020409005, ICCU: ITICCUCFIV040245, BNE: XX1114220, IATH: w6dg7f9f
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  • Detailed biography: Wikipedia
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  • Recordings: Piano Society

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  • Some sources give 1868 as year of birth, but recent research places his birth as most likely July to December 1867.

Compositions (53)

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It’s time to jamthe Maple Leaf Rag in tribute to Scott Joplin’s unhonored request to have it played at his funeral on 1 April 1917. Maple Leaf Rag day celebrates the wild success of ragtime that Scott Joplin helped cultivate back at the turn of the 20th century (early 1900’s). It was arguably America’s first popular music genre with nationwide appeal, thanks to the proliferation of affordable printed music, as well as the genius of Scott Joplin who aspired to elevate ragtime as a respected musical style, despite attempts to label it as trashy, unwholesome, and even dangerous.

But exactly what is ragtime, musically speaking? Here is a short musical explanation by Davide Di Bello showing how syncopation works to create that characteristic ragtime sound, accentuating the beat, and “inducing the listener to move to the music.”

Ragtime lead to jazz as musicians embellished and improvised on it, such as Jelly Roll Morton in his swinging transformation of the Maple Leaf Rag:

And you don’t need a piano to play ragtime, as Bob Evans illustrates with a fine guitar rendition of the Maple Leaf Rag:

Whether you can perform it yourself on your instrument of choice, or listen to others play it, be sure to crank up the Maple Leaf Rag today, April 1st — or any other day you want! — to acknowledge the historical significance of the piece, and the energy & talent of its great African American composer, Scott Joplin.

To show the spirit of Scott Joplin that ragtime is alive and well in the 21st century, here is a highly-viewed Maple Leaf Rag light show by Toms Mucenieks:

Image Credit: The “Scott Joplin 1911, The King of Ragtime Composers” portrait featured in this post came from NYPL’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, via the following Black History Month post: Slices of the Tenderloin #3: Scott Joplin.

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However you enjoy it, whether by playing it yourself on your instrument of choice or listening to others perform it, be sure to crank up the Maple Leaf Rag today (April 1st) and anytime you want — appreciating its historic significance and the energy & talent of its African American composer, Scott Joplin.d