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Obscure Music Mondays

  • Obscure Music Monday: Turpin's A Rag-Time Nightmare

    Tom Turpin (1871-1922) was a composer, saloon-owner, and powerful man in the black community of St. Louis at the turn of the century - even earning the nickname "Father of St. Louis Ragtime." Famously, his piano had to be raised...

  • Obscure Music Monday: Hurlstone's Four Characteristic Pieces

    William Yeates Hurlestone (1876-1906) was a student of Charles Villiers Stanford, who considered him his finest student - above such luminaries as Vaughan Williams and Holst, who also studied with Stanford. Hurlestone's talent was seen at an early age...

  • Obscure Music Mondays: Drigo's Serenatina Veneziana all'Antica

    Composer Riccardo Drigo (1846-1930) was an Italian composer and conductor who spent much of his career working in the opera and ballet theaters of St. Petersburg, though his career began and ended in Padua, Italy in the Veneto region. It...