... Music 64757 RED RAMBLER RAG (Julia Lee Niebergall) Melographic 02631 QRS 31314 ... States Popular Dance Medley # RHAPSODY IN RAGTIME (Eubie Blake) QRS ...
Author: Dave Jasen
Ragtime: An Encyclopedia, Discography, and Sheetography is the definitive reference work for this important popular form of music that flourished from the 1890s through the 1920s, and was one of the key predecessors of jazz. It collects for the first time entries on all the important composers and performers, and descriptions of their works; a complete listing of all known published ragtime compositions, even those self-published and known only in single copies; and a complete discography from the cylinder era to today. It also represents the culmination of a lifetime’s research for its author, considered to be the foremost scholar of ragtime and early twentiethh-century popular music. Rare photographs accompany most entries, taken from the original sheets, newspapers, and other archival sources.
... ( Reichardt ) 1087 Rhapsody In Blue See Man I Love , The Rhapsody In Blue ... The Rich Rambler , The 976 Rich Ship Owner's Daughter , The ( Traditional ) ...
Author: Ellen Luchinsky
The Song Index features over 150,000 citations that lead users to over 2,100 song books spanning more than a century, from the 1880s to the 1990s. The songs cited represent a multitude of musical practices, cultures, and traditions, ranging from ehtnic to regional, from foreign to American, representing every type of song: popular, folk, children's, political, comic, advertising, protest, patriotic, military, and classical, as well as hymns, spirituals, ballads, arias, choral symphonies, and other larger works. This comprehensive volume also includes a bibliography of the books indexed; an index of sources from which the songs originated; and an alphabetical composer index.
... 194 Rambler, periodical (Johnson), 15–16 Ransome, Arthur, 251–52 Rayburn, ... 193–94 Requiem in D minor (Mozart), 171 Rey, Felix,221 Rhapsody in Blue, ...
Author: Howard Markel
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
"In 1959, shortly before his death and while reflecting over his roller-coaster career as a Hollywood film director, Preston Sturges (who I write about more fully later in this book) remarked, "the only amazing thing about my career...is that I ever had one at all." (1) The same might be said about my career as a physician and historian of medicine. As a young boy, some of my best companions were the characters I met on the pages of novels, stories, theatrical scripts, and screenplays. Fascinated by human stories, contradictions, both moral and physical, and worlds so vastly different from my middle-class, suburban Detroit upbringing, I was inspired to I try my hand at writing some of my own tales. In my teens, I was an active participant in my high school's theatre program (thankfully, in an era when taxpayers still supported the arts as a critical part of the public school curriculum) and wrote a series of incredibly bad plays. Soon enough, I was confronted by the decidedly difficult time I had in coming up with believable plots, a serious handicap for any budding fabulist."--
... the journalist pursued his way, a solitary rambler, over many a mountain, ... and majestic – a scene for solemn meditation and poetic rhapsody, where, ...
Author: Robert Lamb
John Thelwall was London Corresponding Society's most prominent orators and was tried for high treason along with Thomas Hardy and John Horne Tooke in 1794. This edition brings together Thelwall's most important political writing ranging from scientific pamphlets and writings on the art of elocution, to political philosophy and journalism.