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  1. "Alexander's Ragtime Band" is a Tin Pan Alley song by American composer Irving Berlin released in 1911 and is often inaccurately cited as his first global hit. Despite its title, the song is a march as opposed to a rag and contains little syncopation. The song is a narrative sequel to Berlin's earlier 1910 composition "Alexander and His Clarinet". This earlier composition recounts the reconciliation between an African-American musician named Alexander Adams and his flame Eliza ...

  2. 4:15. Edison Amberol cylinder, 1911. « Alexander's Ragtime Band » (publicada el 18 de marzo de 1911 1 ) es una canción popular norteamericana con música y letra de Irving Berlin, la cual se convirtió en su primer gran éxito de ventas, 2 con un millón de copias vendidas en los tres primeros meses. 1 . Ha sido versionada por numerosas artistas, y ...

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    Alexander's Ragtime Band is a 1938 musical film released by 20th Century Fox that takes its name from the 1911 Irving Berlin song "Alexander's Ragtime Band" to tell a story of a society boy who scandalizes his family by pursuing a career in ragtime instead of in "serious" music. The film generally traces the history of jazz music from the populariz...

    Alexander's Ragtime Band features several hit songs by Irving Berlin including "Heat Wave", "Some Sunny Day", "Blue Skies", "Easter Parade", "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody" and "Alexander's Ragtime Band". Previously released songs were re-arranged and used in conjunction with new songs written by Berlin for the film.

    The film had its New York premiere at the Roxy Theatre on August 5, 1938, with Cuban bandleader Desi Arnaz heading the stage show. Contemporary reviews from critics were positive. Frank S. Nugent of The New York Times wrote, "With those twenty-six Berlin tunes at its disposal and with such assured song-pluggers as Alice Faye and Ethel Merman to put...

    In 1937, composer Irving Berlin had been approached by 20th Century Fox to write a story treatment for an upcoming film entitled "Alexander's Ragtime Band." Berlin agreed to write a story outline for the film which would feature many of Berlin's signature tunes. Released on August 5, 1938, Alexander's Ragtime Band was a smash hit with audiences and...

    Alfred Newman won an Academy Award for Best Music, Scoring. The film was also nominated for: 1. Best Picture 2. Story – Irving Berlin 3. Song – Irving Berlin for "Now It Can Be Told" 4. Art Direction – Bernard Herzbrun and Boris Leven 5. Film Editing – Barbara McLean

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    Alexander's Ragtime Band plays and loves the original Jazz. The bands' specialty is the combination of two trumpets with the original line-up of early Jazz bands. We play the style of King Oliver & Louis Armstrong, Lu Watters & Bob Scobey and of Jelly Roll Morton, the old time Jazz of the first half of the 20th century.