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Ragtime

Ragtime

In the last third of the XIXth century, and due to a series of factors of social and economic type very similar to those who would give place to the birth of the jazz in New Orleans, a musical style developed in the city of San Luis, Missouri, usually considered as piano, that one knew like jig piano style and, later, from, ragtime, that is to say, broken rhythm or sincopado. Your consideration as music for piano derives from the scores published from, which were edited for this instrument, and of the fact from which, in an epoch in which recordings were still not realized, the pianola rolls were allowing to gather the piano interpretations.

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