Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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‘A Musical Novelty’, American Musician and Art Journal, xxvii/12 (1911), 7 [review of vocal score of Treemonisha]



R. Blesh and H. Janis: They All Played Ragtime (New York, 1950, rev. 4/1971)

A. Reed: The Life and Works of Scott Joplin (diss., U. of North Carolina, 1973)

P. Gammond: Scott Joplin and the Ragtime Era (London, 1975)

J. Haskins and K.Benson: Scott Joplin (Garden City, NY, 1978)

T. Albrecht: ‘Julius Weiss: Scott Joplin’s First Piano Teacher’, College Music Symposium, xix/2 (1979), 89–105

E.A. Berlin: Ragtime: a Musical and Cultural History (Berkeley, 1980/R1984 with addenda)

E.A. Berlin: ‘On the Trail of A Guest of Honor: in Search of Scott Joplin’s Lost Opera’, A Celebration of American Music: Words and Music in Honor of H. Wiley Hitchcock, ed. R. Crawford and others (Ann Arbor, 1990) 51–65

E.A. Berlin: King of Ragtime: Scott Joplin and his Era (New York, 1994)

F.I.Spencer: ‘Examining Scott Joplin’s Fatal Illness’, Mississippi Rag (May 1998), 31–33

EDWARD A. BERLIN




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