The Genogram Story of Scott Joplin
by Monica McGoldrick
“Scott Joplin, the first African-American composer to fully develop his compositions into an American idiom, was the first of his family’s children to be born after the end of slavery (1868). If we look at the Joplin genogram we many wonder why Scott of all his musical siblings became the famous composer whose music is still so widely listened to…”
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