Category: Ragtime

Ready for Ragtime

The Ragtime era began in 1896 and lasted until 1920. It was popularized because of sheet music and the beats throughout the music. Regular people played ragtime and it is known taught so that people

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Ragtime Post

Ragtime Post https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPmruHc4S9Q Ragtime, born in Missouri, was considered the music that defined the roaring twenties. With the distribution of sheet music, regular people were able to play Maple Leaf Rag on pianos inside their

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Ragtime

Ragtime is a genre that was very popular throughout the 1920s. Ragtime was played on the piano and disseminated through sheet music. Originally it was music created by Black people for Black people. The upbeat

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Time For Rag

Ragtime   Ragtime was the genre that finally catapulted African American music into mainstream culture in the United States. It peaked from 1896-1920. The popularized, upbeat, sheet music allowed the talent that black people created

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Era of Ragtime

RAG TIME? WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!!                                                 Est. 1896-1920 Ragtime

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Ragtime Post

Ragtime was the first African American music genre to be popularized in mainstream american culture. Although this genre was popular, in mainstream media it degraded black people. This was done through the use of cakewalks,

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All About Ragtime

Background  Ragtime was a musical style way before the music was given a name. The ragtime style gained widespread popularity from about 1896 to 1920. Ragtime was conceived as song, dance, and syncopated instrumental music.

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Ragtime Post: Two Different Duple Metre Music

Ragtime Post: Two Different Duple Metre Music by Ayami Oe The name “rag time” comes from “ragged-time.” The word “ragged” represents its syncopated rhythm. Many ragtime songs are double metre. We can find many duple

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