Pete Bax
By: Pete Bax
Catalog ID: 374351   Duration: 1:13   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 141   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Jazz Music | Cabaret Music
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Who ever has heard a steam calliope wonders how the calliope got her name, taken from the muse for beautiful sound from the Greek mythology. it's loud, but certainly not exactly beautiful, except for people who just love this instrument. This is a musical memory from New Orleans in a minor key.   Keywords: Ragtime Trombone Dixieland New Orleans Jazz Vintage Swing Ring Tone Fun Ringtone Ring-Back Ring Back Cell Phone calliope

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Keywords: Patented in October 1855, its inventor, Joshua C. Stoddard, intended to use this instument in a church. Soon the calliope found its way to the circus and especially to the floating showboats on the Lower Mississippi River. The FLOATING PALACE sailed by the Spaulding & Rogers North American Circus introduced the first calliope on a show boat. It did not only attrack the audience but also outperformed the bands of competing boats simply by being much louder. After Civil War the showboat NEW SENSATION reintroduced the calliope again, in 1877. The EXCELSIOR, in the St. Louis - St. Paul trade on the Mississippi River, was the first western steamboat to have a calliope. Other sources claim that the UNION got the first steam piano in 1858.
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