The Collected Piano Music (Morton, Jelly Roll)



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Editor James Dapogny (b. 1940)
Publisher. Info. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1982.
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Misc. Notes Cannonball Blues and Georgia Swing omitted, along with editor's many comments, glossary, bibliography and photos. 600 dpi. Page size is 8.23 x 10.38 inches (Back Cover is 8.13 x 10.87 inches).
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General Information

Work Title The Collected Piano Music
Alternative. Title Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton, The Collected Piano Music by James Dapogny
Composer Morton, Jelly Roll
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 40 pieces:
  1. New Orleans Blues (New Orleans Joys)
  2. Grandpa's Spells
  3. Wolverine Blues (The Wolverines)
  4. Mamanita
  5. Frog-I-More Rag (Froggie Moore/Sweetheart O' Mine)
  6. London Blues (London Cafe Blues/Shoe Shiner's Drag)
  7. Shreveport Stomp
  8. Big Foot Ham (Big Fat Ham/Ham and Eggs)
  9. Tom Cat Blues (Midnight Mama)
  10. Stratford Hunch (Chicago Breakdown)
  11. Perfect Rag (Sporting House Rag)
  12. Mr. Jelly Lord
  13. Black Bottom Stomp (Queen of Spades)
  14. Dead Man Blues
  15. Cannonball Blues*
  16. Billy Goat Stomp
  17. Wild Man Blues* (Ted Lewis Blues)
  18. Georgia Swing*
  19. Boogaboo
  20. Seattle Hunch
  21. Frances (Fat Frances)
  22. Dixie Knows
  23. Kansas City Stomp (Kansas City Stomps)
  24. Jelly Roll Blues (Original Jelly Roll Blues/Chicago Blues)
  25. Fickle Fay Creep (Soap Suds)
  26. Jungle Blues
  27. Sweet Peter
  28. Hyena Stomp
  29. State and Madison
  30. Bert Williams
  31. Freakish
  32. Pep
  33. Creepy Feeling
  34. Spanish Swat
  35. The Pearls
  36. Fingerbuster (Fingerbreaker)
  37. Honky Tonk Music
  38. The Crave
  39. Mister Joe (Buffalo Blues)
  40. King Porter Stomp
First Publication. 1982 – Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation piano
Extra Information *Cannonball Blues credits Charlie Rider and Marty Bloom as co-composers, Georgia Swing was composed with Santo Pecora (1902-1984). Although Louis Armstrong is credited as co-composer for Wild Man Blues, this was a publisher's marketing attempt.