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St. Louis Rag (Flute Choir)


Composer: Turpin, Tom

St. Louis Rag (Flute Choir) by Tom Turpin, Arranged by Ann Cameron Pearce, Published by Falls House Press.

"Father of St. Louis Ragtime" Tom Turpin (1871-1922) was a St. Louis pianist and the keeper of the Rosebud Saloon, which was often frequented by Scott Joplin and other ragtime pioneers. Turpin was the first African-American to have ragtime music published, and this tune dates back to 1903. A detached style throughout along with exaggerated dynamics and accents make this piece great fun to perform, as well as an audience-pleaser. For intermediate to advanced players.


  • Flute 1/Piccolo
  • Flute 2
  • Flute 3
  • Flute 4
  • Alto Flute
  • Bass Flute
  • Contrabass Flute (opt.)