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August 12, 1913 The Irving Berlin song "That International Rag" is copyrighted.

March 18, 1911 "Alexander's Ragtime Band" is published by Ted Snyder of New York; it becomes a massive hit.

December 29, 1902 Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" is copyrighted.

September 18, 1899 The Copyright Office receives Scott Joplin's "Maple Leaf Rag."

July 3, 1895 Scott Joplin's "A Picture Of Her Face" is copyrighted.

February 20, 1895 Scott Joplin's "Please Say You Will" is copyrighted.

September 27, 1880 The Guildhall School of Music is opened in a disused London warehouse in the city. It has 62 part-time students.

March 24, 1786 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart completes his Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K. 491. Beethoven hears the work in rehearsal and remarks in admiration to a colleague that "[we] shall never be able to do anything like that."

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