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JBRoth piano rolls
J. B. Roth's Piano Rolls as MIDI Files
piano rolls transcribed to MIDI files by Paul Manganaro,
edited and interpreted by J. B. Roth
courtesy J. B. Roth

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Ideal8903_OverThere.jpg (11 kb) Ideal 8903, "Over There", by Geo. M. Cohen.
Ideal8903_OverThere.mid (40 kb)


Ideal0511_Fate.jpg (16 kb) Ideal 0511, "Fate (It Was Fate When I First Met You)", by Byron Gay (1922), from the stage revue "Greenwich Village Follies".  A lovely and haunting tune that was recorded by Paul Whiteman and others.  This piano roll performance features organ-like sounds with a raggy piano obbligato and seems an ungainly attempt at jazz.  Unfortunately, the artist's name on the box label is obscured.
Ideal0511_Fate.mid (28 kb)


Hit340_Kiss_Me_Again.jpg (18 kb) Hit H-340, "Kiss Me Again", organ arragement; (C) 1915 by Victor Herbert.  The original setting of "Kiss Me Again" was the final waltz section of a parody called "If I Were On the Stage" in Herbert's 1905 musical, "Mlle. Modiste".  The audience so loved it that Herbert penned new lyrics for subsequent performances.
Hit340_Kiss_Me_Again.mid (59 kb)


higel0624_Blaze_Away.jpg (17 kb)Higel 0624  "Blaze Away - March and Two Step", by Abe Holtzmann.
higel0624_Blaze_Away.mid (47 kb)



30 April 2003, 19 April 2004, 17 July 2004

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