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In 1899, Joplin married Belle, the sister-in-law of collaborator Scott Hayden. Although there were hundreds of rags in print by the time the "Maple Leaf Rag" was published, Joplin was not far behind. His first published rag, "Original Rags", had been completed in 1897, the same year as the first ragtime work in print, the  ...

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Trying to build on the success of “Maple Leaf Rag,” Scott Joplin and his bride, Belle Jones, moved to St. Louis in 1901. John Stark had already ... He suffered the loss of an infant child, his first marriage ended, and his second wife, Freddie Alexander, died shortly after they were married in 1904. By late 1907, Joplin had left ...

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Oct 16, 2017 ... Scott Joplin, 'King of Ragtime' was an eminent American composer and pianist of the twentieth century. Scroll down to know more about Joplin's childhood, life and timeline.

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Get information, facts, and pictures about Scott Joplin at Encyclopedia.com. ... Many of the details of Joplin's life, like much of his music, have been lost to history. ... in New York City; son of Giles (a railroad laborer) and Florence (a laundress; maiden name, Givens) Joplin; married twice, to Belle Hayden and Lottie Stokes.

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Jun 29, 2015 ... On Biography.com, learn more about Scott Joplin, the 'King of Ragtime,' who created classic works like 'The Maple Leaf Rag' and 'The Entertainer.'

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Since the college and its records were destroyed in a fire in 1925, we have no evidence of the extent of Joplin's studies, but anecdotes suggest that until the end of the 1890s he still lacked complete mastery of music notation. This technical deficit did not prevent him from developing as a composer. In 1896 he published two ...

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Joplin played music at church gatherings and for non-religious entertainments such as African-American dances. Although it is likely he played well-known dances of the era, "waltzes, polkas, and schottisches", eye-witnesses recalled him playing his own compositions; "He did not have to play anybody else's music.

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Just before he moved to St. Louis in late 1901, Joplin (as some evidence suggests) possibly married Belle Hayden, and it may have also been a common- law marriage. ... There is no evidence that such a trip ever took place, but it did help increase the level of respect that Scott had been earning as a composer, and perhaps ...

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Scott Joplin, the "King of Ragtime" music, was born near Linden, Texas on November 24, 1868. He moved with his ... Although Joplin's music was popular and he received modest royalties during his lifetime, he did not receive recognition as a serious composer for more than fifty years after his death. Then, in 1973, his ...