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Ragtime began as Folk Music developed by African Americans and was first introduced by a pianist in 1893 at the Chicago's World Fair.By1897 an audience was gained and it stayed popular until about 1918 when Jazz took over.It was most popular in red light district cities across the nation.This 1980, collection of 5 albums was produced by Murry Hill and performed by Richard Zimmerman.All of the best composers from 1897 through 1939 are represented here, Scott Joplin,Theodore Northrup, James Scott,May Aufderheide and on and on.The records are scratch free and look to have never been played,except by me of course.Hours of wonderful music just waiting to be rediscovered and a enjoyable trip back in time are awaiting!
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" The Collector's History of Ragtime " Recordings with Richard Zimmerman
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