I could find nothing about the composer or any other published work by him/her which is a pity because this is a very good example of ragtime with plenty of variation. It suits the banjo well and could also be played as a slow drag if you wish. The score and midi are in the library...Steve.

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https://youtu.be/W07fno0ZjQ4
In this wonderful video, the tuba player talks about Al Verges and I think mentions another piece of his.

Hi Marc, the video really is something and seeing it played by a ragtime orchestra puts the tune into context. I can now envisage how it would sound played by a banjo ensemble and given the full treatment. The brief biography of Al Verges adds an extra interest....All the best..Steve.
Trapdoor2 said:

https://youtu.be/W07fno0ZjQ4
In this wonderful video, the tuba player talks about Al Verges and I think mentions another piece of his.

I did the B part of this one, nice work!

Hi Joel, would you be able to post the B part?....Steve.

Joel Hooks said:

I did the B part of this one, nice work!

Hi Joel, a misunderstanding on my part, I thought you had written another B part, sorry for the confusion...Steve.

Joel Hooks said:

Ah! That is because my iPad decided it knew want I wanted to write more than I did.

”I like the B part of this one” is what I actually wrote.  I find that apple mobile products have started to change things in sentences based on what it thinks you meant to write.  It is becoming very frustrating as the “corrections” are hard to catch.

Hi Joel..even MS auto-correct can be a pain if you don't double check everything...Steve.

Joel Hooks said:

Ah! That is because my iPad decided it knew want I wanted to write more than I did.

”I like the B part of this one” is what I actually wrote.  I find that apple mobile products have started to change things in sentences based on what it thinks you meant to write.  It is becoming very frustrating as the “corrections” are hard to catch.

And sometimes it makes the change after I have scrolled down and no longer see the sentence whose meaning has now been changed, made meaningless, or made to mean the opposite of what I meant. I have also seen a change happen *after* I clicked "send" in an email!   I assumed you had written "dig" and that got changed to "did".  How in the world does "like" get changed to "did"?   
Joel Hooks said:

Ah! That is because my iPad decided it knew want I wanted to write more than I did.

”I like the B part of this one” is what I actually wrote.  I find that apple mobile products have started to change things in sentences based on what it thinks you meant to write.  It is becoming very frustrating as the “corrections” are hard to catch.

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