Arranged by John R. Bourgeois
Concert Band Conductor Score & Parts
This ragtime masterpiece was composed in 1907 and is named after the beautiful variegated southern flower. What makes this particular work stand out from other ragtime pieces is the oddity of its structure, rhythm, and melody, which could be the result of the collaboration of these two composers. The first two strains were written by Louis Chauvin, a brilliant young pianist from St. Louis, and the last two strains were composed by the master, Scott Joplin. A truly unique and appealing ragtime work.
|Dimensions||12 × 9 × 2.5 in|