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String Ensemble. Wind Ensemble. String Orchestra. String Exams. Woodwind Exams. Brass Exams. Percussion Exams. Exam Boards. His downcast mood is rendered in chromatic wanderings regularly interrupted by a jolting three-note figure as he perhaps keeps stubbing his toe. The nimble Arlequin Harlequin then enters with a display of ac- robatic leaps and comic tumbles until the time comes for the first waltz, a Valse noble, grandiloquent and gracious by turns.

But who is that standing off in the corner? A Coquette flirts into view, her fan all a-flutter, tossing her head back as she fills the room with coy laughter. Meanwhile the Papillons butterflies, i. Chopin takes to the keyboard to restore calm with an achingly poetic melody over swimming arpeggios, but then Estrella Ernestine makes her entrance, setting the room a-boil once again. The heart of every swain is now set beating at the thought of winning her Reconnaissance acknowledgement. Why is he chasing her around that table? No matter, a seductive Valse allemande German waltz draws everyone to the dance floor, interrupted briefly by Paganini who offers an impromptu display of his dazzling pizzicato technique before the waltz returns.

Meanwhile, sitting apart, a suitor whispers his intimate Aveu confession of love to a young woman, who very much likes what she is hearing. What a press of people. Time for a Promenade out in the garden for a bit of people-watching amid the curious who stroll and the stand-offish who strut. Most can agree that Joplin's role in developing the style is preeminent. The son of a former slave and freeborn woman, he grew up in Texarkana on the Texas-Arkansas border.

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Though deprived of conventional educational opportunities, his mother took an active interest in his education. A German emigrant musician sparked Joplin's interest in music and Joplin soon became a professional musician. There Joplin attended the George R.


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Smith College and taught piano and composition to other ragtime composers. By he had published two songs, two marches and a waltz. Joplin had ambitions to compose for the musical stage and in he staged an Afro-American tableau titled The Ragtime Dance in Sedalia. Despite the indifference that greeted this work, in he formed the Scott Joplin Opera Company in St. Louis through which he introduced a ragtime opera, A Guest of Honor in In , Joplin moved to New York where he met Joseph Lamb whom he encouraged and helped connect to a publisher.

In he published his ragtime opera Treemonisha , a work intended to create an indigenous black American opera.