Anoma (1910)
Characteristic Rag
Last updated: 17.11.19
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Composer: F.T. Dabney Suppliers: dbe15.gif 
Editor: Geoff Grainger Septet D/A/T/T/B/B/GB(B)
Publisher: Ditty Box Enterprises Publication: DBE 700
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Length: approx. 4¼ mins.
Anoma is an intriguing title. Taking a guess it may be a name of West African origin which Dabney picked as court musician in Haiti . It is unlikely that it celebrates the same named River known to Buddhists the world over. The cover of the original sheet music which shows a seated elegant Victorian lady fanning herself only adds to the mystery. The rag itself is in the sonata form of AABBAACCAA with a 4-bar introduction which doubles as an interlude separating the CCAA-strains and also as a coda. The whole is written in F-major. Those who enjoy Oh! You Devil (1910) will certainly enjoy this piece.
Anoma was published by Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York & Detroit, USA.
A tempo of 80 crotchets/min. is suggested.
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youtube15.jpg Anoma (3:52) Ragtime Dorian Henry