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1. Music by Scott Joplin then helped him to create his light-heartedly comic Elite Syncopations.
2. The Scott Joplin Organization in Sedalia, Missouri says Joplin wrote this rag, "The Chrysanthemum, " for his second wife.
3. That song is called "Maple Leaf Rag. " Scott Joplin wrote it more than one hundred years ago.
4. But, even today, much about Scott Joplin remains a mystery. There is conflicting information about the most basic facts, like when and where he was born.
5. Over the next fifteen years, Scott Joplin kept writing ragtime music as well as two operas, a symphony, a musical and other works. However, many of these were never published and have been lost.
6. By about nineteen fifteen, Scott Joplin began suffering badly from syphilis.
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7. By Scott Joplin. Arranged by Mary Elizabeth Clark. For Piano. Piano Duet (1 Piano, 4 Hands). Masterwork. Level: Late Intermediate. Sheet. 12 pages. Published by Alfred Publishing.
8. African - American piano player Scott Joplin wrote many ragtime songs.
9. Scott Joplin began his music-writing career in Sedalia.
10. We mentioned player pianos briefly recently in a story about the musician Scott Joplin and his invention of ragtime music in Sedalia, Missouri.
11. Today we tell about the life and work of one of America's greatest music writers: Scott Joplin, the King of Ragtime.
12. We mentioned player pianos brieflyand recently in a story about the musician Scott Joplin and his invention of ragtime music in Sedalia, Missouri.
13. Now the master of syncopation, of course, in music was Scott Joplin, African American composer writing a lot around the area of St. Louis in the turn of the twentieth century.
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