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Various Artists: Spaghetti Rag: Rag Music with Mandolins

Audio Samples

>That Italian Rag, song
>Bunch o' blackberries
>A' Frangesa, Neapolitan two-step for piano
>Spaghetti Rag, for mandolin & harp (or ensemble)
>Lady of My Hearts Rag, for ensemble
>Entertainer, for piano, The
>Solace: A Mexican Serenade, for piano
>Maple Leaf Rag, for piano
>Ragtime, for ensemble
>Rubber Plant Rag, for ensemble
>Russian Rag, for jazz ensemble (after Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C sharp minor, Op. 3/2)
>Funny Old Fakir, song, The
>Detective Rag, for ensemble
>Mando Rag, for mandolin ensemble
>Operatic Rag
>Flirtation Rag, for ensemble
>Red Bach Book: Three Rags after Bach, for mandolin ensemble: Ragtime Offering, The
>Red Bach Book: Three Rags after Bach, for mandolin ensemble: The Goldberg Rag, The
>Red Bach Book: Three Rags after Bach, for mandolin ensemble: The Art Of Rag, The
>Calace Rag, for mandolin ensemble

Track List

>That Italian Rag, song
>Bunch o' blackberries
>A' Frangesa, Neapolitan two-step for piano
>Spaghetti Rag, for mandolin & harp (or ensemble)
>Lady of My Hearts Rag, for ensemble
>Entertainer, for piano, The
>Solace: A Mexican Serenade, for piano
>Maple Leaf Rag, for piano
>Ragtime, for ensemble
>Rubber Plant Rag, for ensemble
>Russian Rag, for jazz ensemble (after Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C sharp minor, Op. 3/2)
>Funny Old Fakir, song, The
>Detective Rag, for ensemble
>Mando Rag, for mandolin ensemble
>Operatic Rag
>Flirtation Rag, for ensemble
>Red Bach Book: Three Rags after Bach, for mandolin ensemble: Ragtime Offering, The
>Red Bach Book: Three Rags after Bach, for mandolin ensemble: The Goldberg Rag, The
>Red Bach Book: Three Rags after Bach, for mandolin ensemble: The Art Of Rag, The
>Calace Rag, for mandolin ensemble

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

This unique recording sets out to give a flavor of American ragtime through the medium of the mandolin. It is now believed that many of the original early 20th century rags were regularly performed by American-Italian mandolin orchestras whose numbers were swelled by Italian immigrants. Highlights on this disc include three of Scott Joplin's best known rags ('The Entertainer' was dedicated to "James Brown and his Mandolin Club"), Julius Lenzberg's 'Operatic Rag,' a syncopated take on works by Leoncavallo, Mascagni, Wagner, Bizet, and others, 'That Italian Rag' by the Tin Pan Alley composer Alfredo "Al" Piantadosi, and the "Neapolitan two-step" 'A' Frangesa' by Edward George.

Album Notes

Personnel: Alessandro Bono (guitar); Ugo Orlandi (mandolin).

Liner Note Author: Ugo Orlandi .

Recording information: Accademia Musicale, Ome, Brescia - Italy; Auditorium Orchestra di Mandolini e Chitarre "Citta di.

Editor: Matteo Costa.

Arranger: Ugo Orlandi .



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