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GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) May 25th. 2018

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)   CLASSIC-BANJO.NING.COM WEBSITE   The new European General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") c…

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FIRST UK BANJO RALLY OF 2018

Midlands and North Banjo Rally   Saturday May 12th  2018      The first banjo event of the year, the Midlands & North Regional Banjo Ra…

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VERY SPECIAL BANJO CONCERTS IN THE UK BY ROB MURCH AND MICHELLE HOLDING

I received a very interesting and intriguing message from site member Rob Murch. For those who don't know of Rob, he is probably THE fines…

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Old Tutor Books...how many are we missing?

I found this interesting article in my bedtime reading. (1961 BMG magazines, of course) I have not seen a list of tutor books compiled befo…

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3 1 hour ago
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Spooky Spooks (1916)......Edward. B. Claypoole

This rather good novelty number was requested by Joel Hooks some time back, unfortunately, I only recently saw his message in my inbox so m…

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Old Folks at Home Vess Ossman.. Too Fast?

I just came across this good quality cylinder recording of Vess Ossman playing Old Folks at home. Is it just me or does he really attempt t…

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The Darkey's Barbecue (1896).....Vess Ossman

An early composition from SLO and as would be expected, a very good one too. It follows the classic patrol format. I couldn't locate a scor…

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After The Cake Walk (1900)...Robert Natalie Dett

R. Nathaniel Dett  was a composer, organist, pianist and music professor. Whilst born in Canada, he spent most of his professional career i…

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21st October 2018: Rob Murch and Michelle Holding in London

Rob and Michelle will be playing a full evening at Walthamstow Folk Club on Sunday 21st October. It's really rare for Rob to play in the s…

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0 Sep 13

The Chocolate Cake Walk (1901)....James Fairfield.

This is a delightful early cakewalk which is well worth a listen. I've given it the full banjo treatment and it makes for a very good solo…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Sep 13

Who are they? (banjo players)

Does anyone know who the the banjo players are featured on this music cover?....Steve.

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

5 Sep 11
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Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (1912)....Lewis F. Muir

This is another of my arrangements of a popular song of the day, this one was was made famous by Al Jolson and for all the Brits old enough…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

3 Sep 10
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The Darkies' Mardi Gras (1906)...Theo Wenzlik

Charles Joseph "Buddy" Bolden was a cornet player and one of the pioneers of ragtime/jazz in the late 1890s and early 1900s. He wrote a tun…

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