The Entertainer sheet music (Scott Joplin music score) in PDF & MP3

The Entertainer sheet music (Scott Joplin music score) in PDF & MP3

Here is a very popular piano music score “The Entertainer sheet music”. The piano score has been written since the year 1902. The style of ragtime composition composed of well-known Pianist and composer “Scott Joplin”. I will be revealing the free download of the entertainer sheet music in pdf and mp3 below. In my last post I revealed the link to Sadness and Sorrow Piano sheet music in pdf and mp3.

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The Entertainer sheet music

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The Entertainer was composed by a popular American pianist and composer Scott Joplin. Written in the year 1902 in a score and first popularly known as sheet music. It also popularly known as piano rolls in the year 1910. In the year 1928, Prater & Hayes (Blue Boys) firstly performed and play in a guitar.

It also performed in the year 1970 as the ragtime revival. The track was chosen in the year 1973 as theme music at Academy Awards Movie “The Sting”. The American conductor and composer “Marvin Hamlisch’s” and Scott Joplin. Both are choosing and listed at number 3 on Billboard Hot 100. As well as number 1 at the Adult Contemporary chart in the year 1974.

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In the year 1902 of 29th, December. The music “The Entertainer”  “Elite Syncopations” and “A Breeze from Alabama” are officially published by John Stark & Son.

Scott Joplin Biography [The Entertainer sheet music composer]

Scott Joplin was born in the year 1868 of November 24th. He’s a well-known and renowned pianist and music composer. Scott was popularly known for his love for rag-time music composition. This made him the monarch of Ragtime.

Scott has worked and composed many ragtime music scores. He composed more than 100 Classic rag music pieces, two operas, and one rag-time ballet. Maple Leaf Rag is one of his first favored music pieces.

Early Life

Scott Joplin was born in Texa in the city of Linden in the year 1868 of November 24th. He was born to the musical family, He’s father “Giles Joplin” who was formally a slave from North Carolina. Scott is the second son of the six siblings which others are Robert, Myrtie, Monroe, Ossie, and William.

After Scott relocated to Arkansas in the city of Texarkana where his father working as a laborer. And as well as his mother works as a cleaner. His father plays Violin while his mother plays the banjo. At the tender age of seven, Scott started the rudimentary musical training. Allowed to be playing piano when his mother is cleaning.

In the year 1907, Scott relocated to New York City. His mission is to search for a producer to his new opera work. Scott met Lottie Strokes which later married her in the year 1909.

In the year 1916, Scott was battling with s*xually transmitted infection “Syphilis”. He later admitted to the Manhattan Psychiatric center in the year 1917. And confirmed died on the 1st of April to brain diseases “Dementia” at the tender age of 48

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Question Answer
What is the birth name of Scott Joplin? Scott Joplin
What is the date of Scott Joplin born? Born on the 24th of November 1868
How many wives did Scott Joplin have? Three wives
How many children did Scott Joplin have? None of the children disclose
Who are Scott Joplin wive? Freddie Alexander, Belle Jones and Lottie Stokes
How many are Scott Joplin Siblings? Five – Robert Joplin, Myrtle Joplin, Monroe Joplin, Ossie Joplin and William Joplin
Who are the parent of Scott Joplin? Florence Givens (Mother) and Giles Joplin (Father)
What Music did Scott Joplin famous for? Th Entertainer and The Maple Leaf Rag
When did Scott Joplin died? 1st of April 1917

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