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Sensation Rag (1908)


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georgeptingley

 Genre: Ragtime

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Joseph Lamb's sensational SENSATION RAG from 1908 - you know, the one that impressed Scott Joplin so much upon their first meeting in New York. Played on my Roland KR-7 using special lo-fi and vinyl software programs to create vintage color and character.
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Uploaded: Sep 01, 2010 - 10:54:34 PM
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2010 - 11:01:46 PM Last Played: Feb 09, 2015 - 02:52:30 AM
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Hardware:
MacMini, Roland KR-7 Keyboard
Software:
LogicExpress8, IKMultimedia's LoFi piano plus iZotope's Vinyl.
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michaeljayklein said 2580 days ago (September 2nd, 2010)
Just perfect...
..and at the tempo Joplin would have preferred! I loved this (I can play these too, but would love to hear your version of "The Maple Leaf Rag" or "The Easy Winners" one of these fine days). Thanks George, for a superb job on this rag! Michael
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richard13 said 2574 days ago (September 8th, 2010)
Sensational, of course!
A lovely, happy romp up and down the keyboard. Thank you George. D/l'd too.
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BlueLikeJazz said 2475 days ago (December 16th, 2010)
Collabo
I really love Ragtime and Skiffle. If you ever have any interest, Id love to throw some Banjo licks into these tunes.
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Name: George Peter Tingley
Location: Point Richmond CA USA
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Composing and arranging music all my life, I lead a rather quiet existence in the small town of Point Richmond in the San Francisco Bay Area (northern California). I've had an opportunity of studying with some great people - like Nadia Boulanger with... [see more]

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Ragtime is an American musical genre, enjoying its peak popularity around the years 1900?1918. Ragtime is a dance form written in 2/4 or 4/4 time, and utilizing a walking bass, that is, the bass note played legato on the 1-3 beats with a staccato cho

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