Morten Gunnar Larsen | Hot Jazz, Pop Jazz and Ragtime

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Hot Jazz, Pop Jazz and Ragtime

by Morten Gunnar Larsen

Ragtime & Early Jazz Piano
Genre: Jazz: Dixieland
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1. Randis Rag
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2:50 album only
2. Dont You Leave Me Here
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4:07 album only
3. Toad Stool Rag
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3:54 album only
4. Olympia Rag
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4:37 album only
5. Norsk Rag # 4
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1:13 album only
6. Weeping Willow Rag
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4:12 album only
7. Perfect Rag
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3:11 album only
8. The Crave
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3:49 album only
9. Gladiolus Rag(Ballad)
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7:28 album only
10. Memories of A Missouri Confederate
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11. The Pearls
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4:02 album only
12. Rustle Of Spring
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13. The Giggler
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14. Mabels Dream
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15. Echoes of Spring
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16. Graceful Ghost
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17. Pretty Baby
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18. Oh! You Beautiful Doll
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The music of Jelly Roll Morten, Eubie Blake and Scott Joplin along with others played by one of the finest pianists performing today.


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Bill Woofenden

He is a great new artist.
I have some problems with his "editing" of Jelly Roll Morton and Scott Joplin -- I know most of their pieces by heart -- but other than that I greatly enjoyed the CD.