Michael Charles Clark
BLUE GOOSE RAG
By: Michael Charles Clark
Catalog ID: 547079   Duration: 2:54   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 118   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Dramatic Music | Whimsical and playful music
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Great Ragtime made famous by Winifred Atwell. This upbeat ragtime track will get everyones foot tapping, the kids dancing and get the listener in a lively mood. Use it for slapstick clips, cartoons, silent film, and funny clips.   Keywords: jazz 1930s up tempo rag music dance laurel and hardy eddie charlton television theme black and white ringtone jazzy dramatic whimsical lighthearted good saloon



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Long Description: Blue Goose Rag, Dramatic Music, Whimsical Music, production music library, royalty free sounds and music for videos

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