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Scott Joplin: Ragtimes

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Ragtimes: Maple Leaf Rag 00:03:45

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Fig Leaf Rag 00:04:45

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Peacherine 00:04:02

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Elite Syncopations 00:04:06

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: The Entertainer 00:04:30

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Weeping Willow 00:04:26

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Palm Leaf Rag 00:03:47

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: The Favorite 00:03:02

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Eugenia 00:03:59

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: The Ragtime Dance 00:03:55

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Gladiolus Rag 00:04:38

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Pine Apple Rag 00:03:31

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Country Club 00:04:00

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Euphonic Sounds 00:04:14

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Paragon Rag 00:03:48

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Scott Joplin's New Rag 00:03:36

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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Ragtimes: Magnetic Rag 00:05:04

Scott Joplin, Composer - Boris Berman, Main Artist

(C) 2003 Ottavo Recordings, The Netherlands

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