Stride!: Fats, Jimmy, Lion, Lamb, and All the Other Ticklers
This text traces the stride piano style from its roots in minstrel shows and ragtime, through the contributions of itinerant entertainers, to its joyful birth in Harlem, where it became known as Harlem piano.
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