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That Teasin' Rag: Vintage American Arrangements from the Ragtime Era

Label: Rivermont Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. Me-Ow: One Step (1918) by Mel B. Kaufman 2. The Syncopated Walk (Intro: Show Us How To Do The Fox Trot) (1915) by Irving Berlin – From Watch Your Step! (1914) 3. The Peacherine Rag (1901) by Scott Joplin 4. Harmony Rag (1911) by Hal G. Nichols 5. In Dahomey: Cake Walk (1901) by Al Johns 6. Hiawatha: A Summer Idyll (1902) by Charles N. Daniels 7. The Grand Review: March (1912) by F.W. Stimson 8. That Teasin’ Rag (1909) by Joe Jordan 9. Hallelujah Trombone: One Step (1920) by Henry Fillmore 10. Maple Leaf Rag (1899) by Scott Joplin 11. Hesitation Waltz (1913) by F. Henri Klickmann 12. Gems of Stephen Foster: An American Fantasia (1914) by Theodore M. Tobani 13. The Lion Tamer/On Parade March (1893) by John Philip Sousa 14. Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (Intro: Ragtime Cowboy Joe) (1912) by Lewis F. Muir & Maurice Abrahams 15. Russian Rag: Interpolating the World Famous “Prelude” by Rachmaninoff (1918) by George L. Cobb 16. The Yellow Dog Rag (1914) by W.C. Handy 17. Stop It! One Step (1919) by Mel B. Kaufman 18. Selections from “Fifty Miles From Boston” (1907) By George M. Cohan


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