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Unformatted text preview: RAGTIME “ragging the tune” Genres of ragtime 1893 Chicago Worlds Fair Scott Joplin ( 1868-1917 ) LISTEN: Maple Leaf Rag 162CD1:8 (1899) *Form? syncopation James Reese Europe 1880-1919 Clef Club Irene and Vernon Castle LISTEN : “Castle House Rag” 162CD1:13 Reactions to ragtime’s popularity; music and morality EARLY JAZZ New Orleans jazz 1st commercial recording of “jazz”: LISTEN: “ Tiger Rag,” Original Dixieland Jazz band 1917 LISTEN: “Dippermouth Blues” King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band 1923 162 CD2:1 *How is this different fr. Tiger Rag? New Orleans culture French territory, (ceded to Spain 1763), aquired by U.S. in 1803 Louisiana Purchase Caribbean connections brass bands East Coast dance bands James Reese Europe 1880-1919 LISTEN : “Castle House Rag” 162CD1:13 *instrumentation? *form? Pictures of Castles, Europe orchestra: http://www.libraryofvinyl.org/?p=444 Ideas About Jazz Paul Whiteman, “The King of Jazz” in 1920s LISTEN: “Side by Side” 1928 On-line...
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