Composer and bandleader Julius Lenzberg — referred to as “Jules” to his relatives and buddies — hailed from Baltimore and began his profession accompanying dance lessons on the piano; his initial structure, “Ball’s Academy March” (1894), was focused on his company. Lenzberg had currently released a few parts by 1903 when he wedded and transferred to NEW YORK; thereafter he started a long around of jobs portion as an orchestra head at several vaudeville homes in Manhattan — in the summertime, he led a music group out on Longer Isle. After settling in Queens about 1910, Lenzberg resumed his curiosity about composition and promptly created his two masterpieces; “Hungarian Rag” (1913) and “Operatic Rag” (1914). Both had been designed after pre-existing traditional compositions, although Lenzberg’s transformations of these were suitably primary and very done well — a great many other composers who attempted to mine an identical vein, at least inside the framework of ragtime, weren’t nearly as effective artistically. In 1919, Lenzberg offered as director from the George Light Scandals of 1919 and in addition led the home band on the Riverside Movie theater in NY. That calendar year, Lenzberg as well as the Riverside Orchestra begun to make information for Edison, and even though Lenzberg’s saving activity finished in 1922, he was prolific, eventually producing a lot more than 50 edges for Edison, Regular Roll’s Bell imprint, NYRL, Okeh, and Banner. Ironically, of his very own compositions Lenzberg documented only one function, “Razzle Dazzle” (1919), that was his next-to-last released piece. Lenzberg continuing to business lead a band, also to show up on radio once it surfaced, in to the ’30s, however the melancholy knocked him from the carrying out end of the business enterprise. The final Lenzberg was heard about, in the first ’40s, he was operating like a booking agent.