Bamford Stevens
MAPLE LEAF RAG
By: Bamford Stevens
Catalog ID: 451076   Duration: 2:55   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 200   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Jazz Music | Dixieland
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Scott Joplin meets Thelonious Monk: The pianist's left hand plays substitution chords that parallel the familiar progressions in Monk's famous stride piano rendition of "Lulu's Back In Town", all the while maintaining the spirit of the original, classic Joplin composition.   Keywords: 1900s Traditional Retro Honky Tonk Piano Banjo Acoustic Bass Tuba Drums Nostalgic Rhythmic Film/TV Production Historical Documentary Silent Movie



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