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SNEEKY PETE. American, Two-Step (2/4 time). USA, Mo. Composed c. 1907 by Charles Leslie Johnson (1875-1950) of Kansas City, who also composed such famous ragtime pieces as “Dill Pickle Rag” and “Kansas City Rag.” Johnson was not only a skilled pianist, but joined several guitar and mandolin clubs and organized several string orchestras the played in the Kansas City area.

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