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Rags and ragtime : a musical history / David A. Jasen and Trebor Jay Tichenor.

; Tichenor, Trebor Jay, author
New York : Seabury Press, 1978.
ISBN 9780816493418, 0816493413, 0816493421, 9780816493425

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Other Authors Tichenor, Trebor Jay,
Subjects Ragtime -- Histoire et critique.
Ragtime music -- History and criticism.
Ragtime music.
Series Continuum book.
Description xii, 310 pages, [23] leaves of pls. : illustrations, music ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1-Ragtime as a Form and a Fad
Chapter 2-Early Ragtime: 1897-1905-Thomas M.J. Turpin-Charles Hunter-Charles Leslie Johnson-Theron C. Bennett-Euday Louis Bowman -- Sanford Brunson Campbell-Leslie C. Copeland-Joe Jordan-Calvin lee Woolsey-Other Important Rags.
Chapter 5-Advanced Ragtime: 1913-1917-George L. Cobb-Harry Jentes-Paul Charles Pratt-Artie Matthews-Charles Hubbard Thompson -- Charles Luckeyth Roberts-James Hubert (Eubi) Blake-Charles T. Straight-Max Kortlander-Other Important Rags.
Chapter 9-The Ragtime Revival: 1941-1978-Louis Ferdinand Busch-William Fred Krenz-Richard Roven Hyman-David Alan Jasen-Trebor Jay Tichenor-thomas William Shea-Donald Ashwander-William Elden Bolcom -- Appendix -Other Important Ragtime.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3649875
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Jasen, David A.
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