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    • "Alaskan Rag" (Joseph F. Lamb)
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    • "Alaskan Rag" (Joseph F. Lamb)

    • "Alaskan Rag" (Joseph F. Lamb)

      In its heyday from 1895 to 1918, the syncopated rhythms...

      In its heyday from 1895 to 1918, the syncopated rhythms and sophisticated melodies of ragtime music conquered the world and influenced many "serious" composers, including Erik Satie, Claude Debussy and Igor Stravinsky, Here's an example of ragtime's unique ability to combine toe-tapping rhythms with elegant harmonies. Listen here:

      $ 8.00
    • "Alaskan Rag" (Joseph F. Lamb)
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    • "Alaskan Rag" (Joseph F. Lamb)

    • "Alaskan Rag" (Joseph F. Lamb)

      In its heyday from 1895 to 1918, the syncopated rhythms...

      In its heyday from 1895 to 1918, the syncopated rhythms and sophisticated melodies of ragtime music conquered the world and influenced many "serious" composers, including Erik Satie, Claude Debussy and Igor Stravinsky, Here's an example of ragtime's unique ability to combine toe-tapping rhythms with elegant harmonies. Listen here:

      $ 10.00
    • "Amazing Grace" (Gospel medley)
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    • "Amazing Grace" (Gospel medley)

    • "Amazing Grace" (Gospel medley)

      For SATB Chorus and medium orchestra                                               A stirring medley of...

      For SATB Chorus and medium orchestra                                               A stirring medley of soulful Gospel songs that includes: How Great Thou Art, All Is Well With My Soul and Amazing Grace Duration: ca. 10 min. Instrumentation: 2-2-2-2/2-3-3-1/Timp+1 perc./Hp, Pf, El. Bass (optional)/Strings

      $ 200.00
    • "Amazing Grace" (Traditional)
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    • "Amazing Grace" (Traditional)

    • "Amazing Grace" (Traditional)

      Most hymnals describe this beautiful tune with words by John...

      Most hymnals describe this beautiful tune with words by John Newton as early American folk melody, but there is speculation that it may have come from a song sung by the slaves who were the unhappy cargo of its author's ships. Listen here:

      $ 8.00
    • "Amazing Grace" (Traditional)
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    • "Amazing Grace" (Traditional)

    • "Amazing Grace" (Traditional)

      Most hymnals describe this beautiful tune with words by John...

      Most hymnals describe this beautiful tune with words by John Newton as early American folk melody, but there is speculation that it may have come from a song sung by the slaves who were the unhappy cargo of its author's ships. Listen here:

      $ 10.00