Original Rags for Baritone Saxophone and Tuba - Pure Duet Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm - Lars Christian Lundholm

Original Rags for Baritone Saxophone and Tuba - Pure Duet Sheet Music By Lars Christian Lundholm

By Lars Christian Lundholm

  • Release Date - Published: 2015-06-27
  • Book Genre: Art & Architecture
  • Author: Lars Christian Lundholm
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Composed in 1899 by Scott Joplin this charming ragtime medley was his first published one preceding Maple Leaf Rag by 6 months. Before this he had composed a few marches and a waltz and though this is a rag by title it resembles a cakewalk closer and draws heavily on folk tunes. Featuring 5 themes like the posthumously published Reflection Rag it delays re-entering the theme until the modulation and is not in the usual sequence of AA BB A CC DD typical of the composer Duet Sheet Music for Baritone Saxophone accompanied by Tuba arranged by Lars Christian Lundholm. - Instrumentation: Baritone Saxophone and Tuba - Level: Easy and Simplified Range - Score Type: Solo Score - Tempo: Medium - Genre: Ragtime - Composer: Scott Joplin - Year Composed: 1899 - Pages (approximate): 6

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