Walter C. Simon 
Last updated: 28.08.18
Walter C. Simon is another obscure ragtime era composer known only for a handful of compositions. His best known and still recorded piece is the most remarkable two-step, Sponge, which he composed and published in 1911.

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Ragtime Music CDs:
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Item Title Available €     £     $     Other
DBE790 Goblins' Parade (1910) - Characteristic Dance
A/T/T/T/B/GB(B), approx. 3¼ mins.
1-2 days
DBE791 Sponge (1911) - Two Step
D/A/T/T/T+B/B/GB(B), approx. 3 mins.
1-2 days
DBE792 Stampede (1916) - For Western Scenes
A/A/T/T/B/GB(B), approx. 2¾ mins.
1-2 days
     Title Instruments Remarks
sm15.gif Goblins' Parade (1910) A/T/T/T/B/GB(B) dbe15.gifmp315.gif
sm15.gif Sponge (1911) D/A/T/T/T+B/B/GB(B) dbe15.gifmp315.gif
sm15.gif Stampede (1916) A/A/T/T/B/GB(B) dbe15.gifmp315.gif
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 5 works by Walter C. Simon. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.

Pittsburg the City of Smoke (1905) wvicon.gif
Words by: Elmore I. Lee
Hurry (1916)
Goblins' Parade (1910) wvicon.gif
Stampede (1916) wvicon.gif
Sponge (1911) wvicon.gif