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Scott Joplin: Seven Rags For 2 Flutes~ Instrumental Album (Flute, Violin)
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A collection of seven of the most popular Scott Joplin rags, arranged for either 2 Flutes or 2 Violins.

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Scott Joplin: Easy Winners~ Instrumental Album (Piano)

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Nine piano rags including 'The Favourite', 'The Sycamore', 'Peacherine Rag' and 'The Easy Winners'.

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Scott Joplin: 5 Rags (Clarinet/Piano)~ Instrumental Album (Clarinet, Piano Accompaniment)
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James Rae presents five of Joplin's popular Ragtime pieces, arranged for Clarinet And Piano, including the ever-popular Weeping Willow and, of course, The Entertainer

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Scott Joplin: 18 Rags In Easier Versions~ Instrumental Album (Piano)
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A selection of 18 rags arranged for the beginner to intermediate pianist.

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School Of Ragtime: 10 Classic Rags For Guitar By Scott Joplin~ Recorded Performance


In the early 1960's guitar players from the cities started to tackle arranging classic rags onto the guitar. Prior to this period there was no recorded evidence of guitarists attempting to do this.


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