OTHER WORDS FROM ragtimeragtimey, adjective
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Ragtime, blues, country, jazz, soul, and rock and roll were all pioneered or inspired by black artists.
Ragtime was as sophisticated as Stravinsky, Van Vechten asserted, blues singer Clara Smith as sublime an artist as any opera diva.
But you can hear the blues in almost everything he played and sang, whether it be gospel, ragtime, marches, or nonsense songs.Blues Musicians in Unmarked Graves Are Finally Getting Some Respect|Malcolm Jones|January 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You said yourself that you never hear this style of music—ragtime, jazz—on the radio anymore.
Years passed and I decided to upload a medley of these ragtime rock songs on YouTube, and that gained some traction.
There was a distinct predilection in favour of "ragtime" and I must say I liked to hear that music at frequent intervals.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
He had all the new ragtime songs and dances, which he rendered to his own accompaniment on an old battered banjo.The Major|Ralph Connor
She would sing; and her fresh young voice broke forth into ragtime song.
She had tried to induce her cousin to join her, but that young lady was absorbed in running over a new ragtime song.
A former age expressed itself in Gregorian chants; ours, no less sincerely, disguises its feelings in ragtime.Carry On|Coningsby Dawson