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Music of the 1900s
Transcript of Music of the 1900s
Ragtime: involved pianos
Women had dresses for the morning, dressed for the afternoon, and dresses for the evening
They also wore corsets to show off their figures
CHARLES "BUDDY" BOLDEN
He was a barber and a cornetist.
He was a very powerful player.
In 1907 he became ill while doing a concert and was admitted into an asylum where he remained until his death.
Birth date and place: Nov 24 1868, Bowie City TX
Death date and place: Apr 1 1917, New York City
He composed the Maple Leaf Rag in 1899 and The Entertainer in 1902.
He got a Pulitzer Prize in 1976.
Phonograph: invented by Thomas A. Edison
Fashion of the 1900s
Dance Styles of the 1900s