Author talk:James Scott

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List of works[edit]

Reposting from the Wikipedia article. It'd be interesting to confirm and incorporate this into the Wikisource page. Should we organize chronologically or alphabetically (or both?) Durova (talk) 07:31, 24 September 2008 (UTC)

  1. "A Summer Breeze - March and Two-Step" (1903)
  2. "The Fascinator - March and Two-Step" (1903)
  3. "On the Pike (A Rag-Time Two-Step)" (1904)
  4. "Froglegs Rag" (1906)
  5. "Kansas City Rag" (1907)
  6. "Grace and Beauty (A Classy Rag)" (1909)
  7. "Great Scott Rag" (1909)
  8. "The Ragtime Betty" (1909)
  9. "Sunburst Rag" (1909)
  10. "Valse Venice (Waltz)" (1909)
  11. "Hearts Longing (Waltz)" (1909)
  12. "She's My Girl from Anaconda" (1909) [Song Lyrics by C. R. Dumars]
  13. "Sweetheart Time" (1909) [Song Lyrics by C. R. Dumars]
  14. "Hilarity Rag" (1910)
  15. "Ophelia Rag" (1910)
  16. "The Princess Rag" (1911)
  17. "Quality - A High Class Rag" (1911)
  18. "Ragtime Oriole" (1911)
  19. "Climax Rag" (1914)
  20. "The Suffragette (Waltz)" (1914)
  21. "Take Me Out to Lakeside" (1914) [Song Lyrics by Ida Miller]
  22. "Evergreen Rag" (1915) cover sheet only
  23. "Honeymoon Rag" (1916)
  24. "Prosperity Rag" (1916)
  25. "Efficiency Rag" (1917)
  26. "Paramount Rag" (1917)
  27. "Dixie Dimples - Novelty Rag Fox Trot" (1918)
  28. "Rag Sentimental" (1918)
  29. "Springtime of Love (Waltz)" (1918)
  30. "New Era Rag" (1919)
  31. "Peace and Plenty Rag" (1919)
  32. "Troubadour Rag" (1919)
  33. "Modesty Rag" (1920)
  34. "Pegasus" (1920)
  35. "The Shimmie Shake" (1920) [Song Lyrics by Cleota Wilson]
  36. "Don't Jazz Me" (1921)
  37. "Victory Rag" (1921)
  38. "Broadway Rag" (1922)
  39. "Calliope Rag" (published posthumously in 1966) has it been orphaned?

I have compared this list with this, and found only the last, "March Sumner" (or March Summer?) by Ophelia Watts Jackson, is missing. John Vandenberg (chat) 08:07, 6 October 2008 (UTC)

Very interesting. We still don't have the actual sheet music for "Evergreen Rag" though. Only the cover page. Durova (talk) 17:33, 6 October 2008 (UTC)
"Calliope Rag" is automatically covered by copyright as it came out after 1964. I think that the law changes also meant that the rights could be owned by a company (making "Orphaned works" no longer a meaningful), so we would need to find out who published Calliope Rag, and also what happened to his estate (Wikisource collects Category:Wills too :-). John Vandenberg (chat) 21:22, 6 October 2008 (UTC)

Worldcat record search[edit]

The following records turn up in a Worldcat search for ragtime items pre 1964, which means they might qualify for {{PD-US-no-renewal}}. John Vandenberg (chat) 09:42, 6 October 2008 (UTC)