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Ain't Misbehavin' 3. Frenesi 4. You Go To My Head 6. When Day Is Done 7. East Of The Sun 8. Vom Vim Veed 9. Artristy Jumps Makin' Whoopee Moten Swing For the same reason, the fact that he was taught music when a child by a white person, with the added dimension of religious differences, and was taught for free, adds relevant depth to his childhood, and as his biographers pointed out, may have influenced his writings.

Maybe this kind of relationship is less significant in , but it clearly was back then. Any of the trimming I have done hasn't omitted anything currently in the article; I have folded some quotations into the text, removed some where the point made was not helpful to the sense of the text, and improved some where I felt the sense of the original had been lost. I don't think we have addressed racial issues in Joplin's life very much at all, and I think you are right Wikiwatcher1 to point it out.

I think there are various things which we should consider when moving forward:. I would favour removing the reference to Weiss' religion. I think we should add another item to our "to do" list; explore Joplin's impact and significance as a composer who happened to be African-American.

Binksternet talk , 17 August UTC. In response to the Major's last question, in I stumbled upon Irving Berlin 's article another ragtime composer, by coincidence, and felt it needed some improvement. So that article is a pretty good example of what I would do here if we had the sources.

But I don't believe we do. I was able to add about 25 new cites, mostly books, to the Irving Berlin article, but there are only a few about Joplin - so were' quickly limited. What I do think Berlin and Joplin have in common, it would appear, is the importance of including any details - even some minutia - about their early years before and immediately after they took up writing music - the formative years.

For both Joplin and Berlin, they clearly had their minds set to be music writers in their teens. That's why I feel expanding that period, especially with 2nd.

We even had some 1st hand quotes from Joplin's wife, I believe, but they were trimmed. I would add them back in context. It helps make him a real person. The piano roll topic strikes me as tangential because it is used merely to support another somewhat tangential topic: his playing skills. But like Berlin, he was not primarily noted as a recording artist, and for Berlin, therefore, I only briefly mentioned his customized piano and the fact that he used mostly the black keys. For the piano roll material on Joplin, it seems a bit distracting as it changes the focus onto minute details about the evidence that implies Joplin's piano skills , good or bad.

But again, I don't think many readers would even think about Joplin as a piano player over being a composer, so I'd condense it and keep the focus on Joplin. I would probably do the same with the "Revival" section, and for the same reasons: let's write about Joplin the person; his life, family, friends, environment, associates, etc.

There was, before some trimming, more details about the conflicts that Joplin's love of music had on both his early and later life. Edward Berlin surmises that it may have caused the breakup of his parents, remember. His mother, with little income as a housecleaner, bought him a piano.

More details like those for his formative period I feel will help the article greatly. Most of the rephrasing you've done has been a valuable improvement and you've cleaned up a lot of disorganized material. Nice work! I'll flag this up here for anyone who watches this page; I've had a quick look through the article as it stands and I think it is in pretty good shape overall. The "to-do" list is still valid I think, but I would like to put this article up for GA nomination; at the very least it would be very useful to get an outsider's opinion on it.

Any thoughts? I saw a picture of Scottie J's grave and it said his birthday was November 24th Yura87 talk , 14 July UTC. The peer review highlighted a couple of things, much of which I have fixed or tried to fix. The reviewer thought that the page could get through GAN, and I do agree with them. I think the New York section which is the part that is most obviously lacking in detail and needs expanding. I would like to take some of the cite news templates we have in the bulk of the text and put them into the bibliography section just to be tidy, but that's not a GA-critical thing.

As per an earlier discussion I think it would be useful to see whether there is an assessment of Joplin's roll in the African-American community, specifically whether his experience was typical of the era I don't think it was, but we need sources to say that , and whether he has been seen as a pioneer.

I've put other things which were mentioned on to the "to do" list and I'll add this race one too. The article seems to continually attract vandals. I have a feeling that this article will need continual protection based on the number of different IPs and types of edits, mostly rude kids.

One of his songs "solace" is used in the video game the Ship. It is mostly used in the main menu theme. I can tell because of the main piano piece. You can recognize that anywhere. I shall be reviewing this article against the Good Article criteria , following its nomination for Good Article status. Disambiguations : none found. Linkrot : two found and fixed. I aim to post a substantive review within 48 hours.

Jezhotwells talk , 28 October UTC. Rereading the article after a long pause, I tend to understand some of the issues listed. Unfortunately, calling sentences "clumsy" doesn't explain problems with precision. But IMO I think some serious pruning would help.

However, pruning facts is tricky since they were added by someone who felt they improved the article, and becomes a subjective edit. I see a lot of complex sentences, many relying on semicolons to expand details.

More than a few have unnecessary minutia, trivia, or irrelevant details, and trimming them might help unify and simplify the readability. Taking a few sentences from the 1st paragraph of the 1st section gives an example:. Although for many years his birth date was accepted as November 24, , research has revealed that this is almost certainly inaccurate — the most likely approximate date being the second half of The 1st sentence can be simplified, and the 2nd one doesn't need the name of his siblings, IMO.

I don't mind helping a bit, and would have no problem with anyone undoing anything. Joplin is an icon of American music history and deserves a GA designation if possible. His birth, like many others, represented the first post-slavery generation of African-Americans. Scott Joplin, the second of six children, was born in eastern Texas, outside of Texakarna at some point in the second half of , and not as previously believed November 24th [3].

I've replaced the musical artist infobox with the Classical composer infobox. It seems sensible to replace the infobox with a shorter one as much of the information in the previous infobox is available in the lead or is subject to qualification - having it in the infobox is misleading.

The stated purpose of the removal of the longer infobox style for musical composers is as follows:. They often give trivia undue emphasis and prominence at the head of the article 2. They tend to become redundant by duplicating the lead 3. They can, conversely, become over-complex and thus vague, confused, or misleading, often compounding errors found elsewhere in the article, e. However, none of these are the case in the "Scott Joplin" article: several of the instruments played by the composer are never mentioned elsewhere in the article, none of the occupations listed are non-musical or biographically trivial, and the historical era -- -- is much more accurate and precise than simply "20th century".

This infobox does not duplicate the lead; rather, it summarizes it in less than 50 words, vs. In addition, there is no argument to be made concerning music genre vs. Please discuss. We could of course decide to do without one; I'm not sure one way or the other. Would it make sense to have a list of significant recordings of Joplin's music? The argument that Joplin should be referred to as an American pianist and not an African-American pianist, because African-American "is not a nationality", is redundant: please see the pages Malcolm X , Rosa Parks , Booker T.

Washington , Harriet Tubman , etc. Additionally, quite apart from the fact that Joplin lived in a society that was totally segregated by race, and would never have been seen as indistinctly "American", his own ethnic identity is a constantly recurring theme in his publications, with numerous references to "negro music", "genuine negro ragtime", and to audiences as "colored folks", "dark-town", "darkies", and so on, and is therefore very significant to the composer's biography and body of work.

Joplin emphasizes the ethnic identity associated with ragtime, and was set to prove that black music was not necessarily trashy or "crude", as was the popular opinion of the time. Please discuss here before editing the article. Brownsc talk , 2 December UTC. I am not wading into this because of the stated arguments. Although I agree it is correct to explain that his race was important, the Lead now has two references to "African-American" - for the sake of style I think there should only be one.

In addition and this is something I think needs putting in the lead and in the article itself there should be an explanation of the importance of his race to his music as has been discussed.

Otherwise the reference to "African-American" might not be fully understood in context. The article underwent a major revision during March, Therefore many of the comments made below are no longer relevant. This is an assessment of article Scott Joplin by a member of the Composers project, according to its assessment criteria. This review was done by Magicpiano. If an article is well-cited, the reviewer is assuming that the article reflects reasonably current scholarship, and deficiencies in the historical record that are documented in a particular area will be appropriately scored.

If insufficient inline citations are present, the reviewer will assume that deficiencies in that area may be cured, and that area may be scored down.

Does the article reflect what is known about the composer's background and childhood? Are lists of the composer's works in WP, linked from this article? If there are special catalogs e. If the composer has written more than works, any exhaustive listing should be placed in a separate article. Does the article contain images of its subject, birthplace, gravesite or other memorials, important residences, manuscript pages, museums, etc?

Note that since many 20th-century works are copyrighted, it may not be possible to acquire more than brief fair use samples of those works, but efforts should be made to do so. If an article is of high enough quality, do its images and media comply with image use policy and non-free content policy? Adherence to these is needed for Good Article or Featured Article consideration, and is apparently a common reason for nominations being quick-failed.

Does the article contain a suitable number of references? Does it contain sufficient inline citations? For an article to pass Good Article nomination, every paragraph possibly excepting those in the lead, and every direct quotation, should have at least one footnote. If appropriate, does it include Further Reading or Bibliography beyond the cited references?

Article length is not generally significant, although Featured Articles Candidates may be questioned for excessive length. This is a nice article about one of my favorite composers.

From a content perspective it seems reasonably complete, although there are some odd personal bio defects what happened to the first two wives? I've seen the talk page -- get it in the article. Its structural issues as well as the bio quirks would probably be raised in a GA review: it needs more citations, the lead needs expansion, and the legacy section especially needs prose work.

Article is B-class; if it actually passes a GA review, it might be considered A-class. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Tracks of Disc 6 1. Tom Cat Blues 6. Rafi 3. Tracklist: Disc 1: Ole Miss Rag - Scott Joplin - 1916 (Vinyl. Muskrat Ramble I've tried to summarize the story but couldn't even do that without it seeming out of context. Foghorn Maple Leafso the next question might be whether he "performed" or "played. Invitation To The Dance 4.
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  1. These rolls were recorded on a Steinway upright piano during February, A similar US edition Scott Joplin - has olive green labels and typographic differences on rear cover/5(7).
  2. Label: Biograph - • Series: Rare Piano Roll Series • Format: Vinyl LP • Genre: Jazz • Style: Ragtime Scott Joplin - (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(7).
  3. Comment: VG+ in VG- jacket Released: Genre: Jazz Style: Ragtime Tracklist Hide Credits A1Maple Leaf Rag Written-By – Scott Joplin A2Something Doing Written-By – Scott Joplin A3Weeping Willow Rag Written-By – Scott Joplin A4Maple Leaf Rag Written-By – Scott Joplin A5Ole Miss Rag Written-By – W. C. Handy A6Magnetic Rag Written-By – Scott Joplin
  4. Maple Leaf Rag Written-By – Scott Joplin: A2: Something Doing Composed By [In Collaboration With] – Scott Hayden Written-By – Scott Joplin: A3: Weeping Willow Rag Written-By – Scott Joplin: A4: Maple Leaf Rag Written-By – Joplin* A5: Ole Miss Rag Written-By – W. C. Handy: A6: Magnetic Rag Written-By 5/5(1).
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Scott Joplin - at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Scott Joplin collection/5(16).
  6. Biograph ‎– BLPQ. Scott Joplin ‎– Written-By – Scott Joplin. A1 Maple Leaf Rag. A3 Weeping Willow Rag. A4 Maple Leaf Rag. A5 Ole Miss Rag. THERE WILL ALSO BE A FEW RARE JAZZ RECORDS ALONG WITH THIS COLLECTION, HOWEVER THE OVERWHELMING MAJORITY IS TRADITIONAL Rating: % positive.
  7. Connorized - May A4. Maple Leaf Rag - Joplin Published by John Stark & Son, Sedalia, Uni-Record Melody , Universal Music Co. - June A5. Ole Miss Rag - W.C. Handy Published by Pace & Handy Music Co., Memphis, Connorized - June A6. Magentic Rag - Scott Joplin Published by Scott Joplin Music Co., New York.
  8. Ole Miss Rag was composed by The other roll, a recording of "Maple Leaf Rag" was recorded on the Uni-Record label in June does give a true record of Joplin's playing. However at the time Joplin was suffering from the advanced symptoms of syphilis which would take his life 10 months later, so this recording is not.
  9. Jul 10,  · In , Scott Joplin sat down at a piano and played 'Maple Leaf Rag,' 'Weeping Willow Rag,' and a few other originals. And now these performances are available on compact disc, and here s the thing they have been digitally recorded/5(6).

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