George W. Meyer was an American composer of popular music born in Boston, Massachusetts. He was a prolific composer with more than 100 titles credited, the best remembered being For Me and My Gal (1917) which was probably his greatest hit. Of ragtime interest are his The Chinatown Rag (1910), Paradise Rag (1911), The Darkies Ragtime Ball (1912) and Rachel Rubenstein's Rag . He died in New York.
List of George W. Meyer's works.
5. More sheet music at the Amazons
- [§] The Chinatown Rag (1910), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Cry-Baby Blues (1921), Tenor/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Paradise Rag (1911), Descant/Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Wiggle-Wag (1913), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
6. More sheet music at Ditty Box Enterprises
Further sheet music at DBE:
MEYER, GEORGE W. BIOGRAPHY by www.naxos.com.
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"Perfessor" Bill Edwards on "Perfessor Bill Sings Volume 2"
"Perfessor" Bill Edwards on "Perfessor Bill Sings Volume 3"
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Rod Miller on "Rod Miller Ragtime"
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