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Scott Joplin

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26 листопада 2018 р. викладач музично-теоретичних дисциплін

Утіна А. М. провела лекцію 

"150 years since the birth of the American pianist and composer

Scott Joplin (1868 – 1937)"

 для учнів з/ш №13 в рамках англомовного лекторію "Speak about music"

20181126 115641 Scott Joplin 19072

Учні познайомились із творчою біографією композитора, прослухали його твори, поділились враженнями , отриманими від прослуховування музики англійською мовою.

Scott Joplin is American composer and pianist known as the “king of ragtime” at the turn of the 20th century. Joplin spent his childhood in northeastern Texas, though the exact date and place of his birth are unknown. By 1880 his family had moved to Texarkana, where he studied piano with local teachers. Joplin traveled through the Midwest from the mid-1880s, performing at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Settling in Sedalia, Missouri, in 1895, he studied music at the George R. Smith College  and hoped for a career as a concert pianist and classical composer. His first published songs brought him fame, and in 1900 he moved to St. Louis to work more closely with the music publisher John Stark.

Joplin published his first extended work, a ballet suite using the rhythmic devices of ragtime, with his own choreographical directions, in 1902. Moving to New York City in 1907, Joplin wrote an instruction book, The School of Ragtime.

Joplin’s contract with Stark ended in 1909, and, though he made piano rolls in his final years, most of Joplin’s efforts involved Treemonisha, which synthesized his musical ideas into a conventional, three-act opera. He also wrote the libretto, about a mythical black leader, and choreographed it.

Joplin’s reputation as a composer rests on his classic rags for piano, including “Maple Leaf Rag” and “The Entertainer,” published from 1899 through 1909, and his opera, Treemonisha, published at his own expense in 1911. Treemonisha was well received when produced by an Atlanta, Georgia, troupe on Broadway in 1972, and interest in Joplin and ragtime was stimulated in the 1970s by the use of his music in the Academy Award-winning score to the film The Sting.

 




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