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Ragtimes (3) for Flute, Cello and Piano

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Ragtimes (3) for Flute, Cello and Piano edited by Geller. For Flute, Cello, Piano. Collection. Published by Zimmermann (PE.ZM34050).

Works by Robert Hampton, Charles L. Johnson, and Doris Geller

After the 1893 world fair in Chicago where a larger audience had listened to ragtime for the first time, it came down on the country with a vengeance. Ragtime is regarded as the precursor of jazz, but it is still fully composed music - whereas jazz is not. The interpretation of ragtime music has changed remarkably over the years: initially a kind of dance music, it was played in a rigid tempo. In the recent past, however, when performers of classic music came to adopt the ragtime, such pieces have been played more like "serious" romantic piano pieces, i.e. in a free and more flexible tempo, in a more expressive and sensitive manner. An edition which all "classic" piano trios will thoroughly enjoy!

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