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Bethena
... "Bethena, A Concert Waltz" (copyright registered March 6, 1905) is a composition by Scott Joplin ... It was the first Joplin work since his wife Freddie's death on September 10, 1904 of pneumonia, ten weeks after their wedding ... It was rediscovered as a result of the Joplin revival in the 1970s and has received acclaim from Joplin's biographers and other critics ...
List Of Compositions By Scott Joplin
... is a complete list of musical compositions by Scott Joplin (ca ... Scott Joplin was born in Northeast Texas in around 1867, just outside of Texarkana, and died April 1st 1917 in New York of dementia brought on by advanced syphilis ... During his brief career, Joplin wrote over 40 original ragtime pieces, one ragtime ballet, and two operas ...
Joplin, Texas - History
... Joplin was founded in the late 1880s as a community center for local farmers ... The population of Joplin has never exceeded 100, the closest being the 75 residents reported from 1896 through the early 1940s ... Joplin did, at one time, have a post office, which served the area from 1891 through its closure in 1914 ...
Love, Janis
... Love, Janis is a collection, released in 2001, of Janis Joplin's performances interspersed with readings of her personal letters to her family throughout her career ... It is a companion to the stage show of the same title and the book by Joplin's sister Laura ... The text of Joplin's letters are read by Catherine Curtin, with background music by Joplin and the various bands she was a part of ...
Magnetic Rag - Form
... While many of Joplin's piano rags fit the classic rag scheme, "Magnetic Rag" is unique in its form of AABBCCDDAA ... It has been suggested that Joplin was trying to merge ragtime elements with the classical sonata form ... Cyclic form is rare among Joplin's rags ...