That Mysterious Rag (Berlin and Snyder)

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Irving Berlin and Ted Snyder wrote a lot of great music together. This catchy rag they co-wrote is arranged here as an intermediate piano solo, with authentic harmonies and simplified LH stride. With a 7th as the largest harmonic interval, it’s very comfortable for smaller hands. Lyrics included on a separate page (for optional singalong) describe the irresistible power of this “sneaky, freaky, ever melodious mysterious rag”, which will forever be stuck in your head from the moment you hear it! It’s a delightfully fun ragtime piece and a great choice for a jazzy performance. It can also serve as a mysterious but fun “Halloween” recital piece!

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Genre

Rags, Jazz, Blues

Level

Intermediate

Key

C Major

Pages

3 plus repeat, lyrics on page 4

Teaching Tools

cut time, accidentals, dotted rhythms, syncopation, staccatos, accents, triplets, stride, sforzando, repeat, thids, fourths, fifths, sixths, sevenths

Largest Interval (for hand span)

M7

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