|Publisher:||Ditty Box Enterprises||Publication:||DBE 479|
Length: approx. 1 ¾ mins.
Well there is certainly nothing nightmarish about this A Rag-Time Nightmare. It is a pleasant undemanding, bright little composition. This recorder adaptation is especially interesting in that the 1st bass is expected to alternate to sopranino for a solo, which is an octave above a passage previously played by the treble 1st voice, and make a lightning change back to bass. If the first few notes after changing back are missed, very little is lost. Due to the shortness of the piece a repeat of the complete work would not come amiss.
A Rag-Time Nightmare was arranged by D.S. DeLisle and published by Will Rossiter, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
A tempo of 86 crotchets/min. is suggested.
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