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T SAX SWINGS MAPLE LEAF RAG - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2012
Pete Bax It appears in the soundtracks of hundreds of films, cartoons, commercials, this is a swing version Lionel Hampton and Stan Getz style. It was voted the best instrumental for many years. It also earned the most money for Scot Joplin. This is a fresh unique version you can dance to it try the Foxtrot. Instrumental, Corporate, Corporate Jazz, Scott Joplin
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545435 2:15 Med Slow 95   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: T Sax Swings Maple Leaf Rag
Catalog ID: 545435  ISRC: US5UL1230158
Description: It appears in the soundtracks of hundreds of films, cartoons, commercials, this is a swing version Lionel Hampton and Stan Getz style. It was voted the best instrumental for many years. It also earned the most money for Scot Joplin. This is a fresh unique version you can dance to it try the Foxtrot.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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  Duration: 2:15   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 95
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Double Bass, Xylophone, Tenor Saxophone
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bright, Celebratory, Comforting, Confident, Cool, Elegant, Flowing, Fun, Glorious, Groovy, Inspiring, Intelligent, Lively, Motivational, Nostalgic, Pulsating, Rhythmic, Successful, Swinging, Wholesome

Styles: Afro-American, Anthem, Cartoon, Dance / Foxtrot, Film Instrumental, Jazzy, Red Carpet, TV Instrumental, Video Games, Western

Regions: Canada, USA

Extended Keywords: There have been many claims about the sales of the "Maple Leaf Rag", for example that 1 million copies of the sheet music were sold in the composer's lifetime, making Scott Joplin the first musician to sell 1 million copies of a piece of instrumental music and no one sells a million copies of sheet music today.

The tune continued to be in the repertoire of jazz bands decades later, with artists such as the New Orleans Rhythm Kings in the 1920s, and Sidney Bechet in the 1930s giving it up-to-date adaptations, maintaining a timeless quality to it. As an indication of its persistent popularity and recognition, it was performed on phonograph records six times in each of the three decades after its first publication. In 1930, it was featured in the gangster movie classic, The Public Enemy.

I have tried to give you the best swing version of this instrumental ever.
Given air time this could be a hit.


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