The Mark Stern Ragtime Folio No.1 (Various)

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Editor First edition
Engraver New York: Hounslow (No.2)
Publisher. Info. New York: Joseph W. Stern & Co., 1899. Plate 1047 (No.1), 1043 (No.18).
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Work Title The "Mark Stern" Ragtime Folio No.1
Alternative. Title Title-page transcription
A Collection of the Best Negro Melodies of the Day by Such Composers as Williams & Walker, Irving Jones, Barney Fagan, Monroe H. Rosenfeld, Gussie L. Davis, Al Johns, Ed Rogers, Tom Logan and Other Famous Writers of Rag-Time Successes
Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 21 pieces:
  1. Jones: I Don't Understand Ragtime, arr. William H. Tyers (G major)
  2. Fagan: Tell Me, My Lady (F major)
  3. Johns: My Gal's Got Lucky at Last, arr. Tyers (F major)
  4. Carroll: Three-Eleven-Thirty-Three (F minor)
  5. Davis: The Ragtown Brigade Is off to War (A major)
  6. Rogers: Sorry Mr. Jackson, I've Got to Throw You Down (E major)
  7. Von Tilzer: Rastus Thompson's Ragtime Cakewalk (B major)
  8. Topp: The Shuffling Coon, arr. Monroe H. Rosenfeld (E major)
  9. Jones: I Don't Allow No Coon to Hurt My Feelins' (E major)
  10. Walker: Not a Coon Came out the Way That He Went In (E major)
  11. Walker: Why Don't You Get a Lady of Your Own? (C major)
  12. Rogers: Hannah Thompson's My Baby's Name (C major)
  13. Walker: My South Carolina Gal, arr. Tyers (F major)
  14. Logan: The Coon's Trademark (F major)
  15. Jones: Take Your Clothes and Go, arr. Tyers (E major)
  16. Walker: I'm a Cooler for the Warmest Coon in Town (E major)
  17. Stern: The Tennessee Jubilee (C major)
  18. Jones: I Live as High as Any Other Coon, arr. Tyers (C major)
  19. Von Tilzer: Don't Do Nothin' till You Hear from Me (C major)
  20. Howard: Mr. Bogan, Gimme Gin (A major)
  21. Walker: I Don't like No Cheap Man!, arr. Tyers (C major)
First Publication. 1899 – New York: Joseph W. Stern & Co. (as a collection)
Copyright Information Possibly public domain in EU and other 70 pma territories.
This item, which is in the public domain in its country of origin, is likewise in the public domain in countries which apply the rule of the shorter term. All EU countries apply the rule of the shorter term in general.
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Librettist see below
  1. Irving Jones (ca.1874-1932)
  2. Barney Fagan (1850-1937)
  3. William G. Hammond (1874-1945)
  4. Johnnie Carroll (fl. 1894-1900)
  5. Gussie Davis (1863-1899)
  6. Ed Rogers (fl. 1897-1917)
  7. Andrew B. Sterling (1874-1955)
  8. Irving Jones
  9. Bert Williams (1874-1922)
  10. Bert Williams
  11. Ed Rogers
  12. Bert Williams
  13. Tom Logan (fl. 1898-1902)
  14. Irving Jones
  15. Bert Williams
  16. David Reed (1872-1946)
  17. Irving Jones
  18. Andrew B. Sterling
  19. William Schwankhouse (fl. 1897)
  20. Bert Williams
Language English
Dedication see below
  1. Lawrence O'Connor (fl. 1897-1918?)
  2. Ernest Hogan (1865-1909)
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano