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Hot air auction

Just appeared on Ebay: an empty folder from Clifford Essex. Bid now to own your very own (hot) air expertly breathed by England's most skil…

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0 2 hours ago

Has Anyone Heard from Mike Moss Lately?

Just curious.  I enjoyed his posts and playing and have not seen anything from him for a while. Just hoping he is healthy and still playing.

Started by Joel Hooks

5 7 hours ago
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Tom Boy (1907).. Rag march and two step.. W. B. Bradford.

This was suggested by Marc a short time back. He wasn't sure how it would sound on the banjo however his apprehension was unfounded. I had…

Started by Steve Harrison

2 yesterday
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Fred Van Eps in a moment of madness or maybe desperation!

I have always loved Fred van Eps' music...  but this one!  What was he thinking? Vocals by Len Spencer who seems to have been a bit of a…

Started by thereallyniceman

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A Cyclone In Darktown (1910)..George Daniel Barnard.

Barnard was better known in his day as a composer of band music, as far as I've been able to ascertain, this is his only ragtime compositio…

Started by Steve Harrison

4 on Saturday
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A Question For Our British Members

I recently acquired a New Concert Grand that was played plectrum style by a guy with the name of Toft. Toft played at the Savoy Hotel with…

Started by John Cohen

0 on Friday

Levee Revels (1898)..William Christopher O'Hare

This is described as an Afro-American Cane-Hop and sounds like a real piece of old time music. I would guess that O'Hare used a few traditi…

Started by Steve Harrison

3 on Friday
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Question About the Grimshaw Tutor Copyright

I am curious about the status of copyright on the Grimshaw tutor and the exercises book. In the US works that were published pre 1923 are n…

Started by Joel Hooks

4 Jun 19
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Unusual banjo alert!

Whoa!  Here's something you don't see everyday. An open back Cammeyer banjo with carved heel, scalloped bezel, and unusual inlays.  I wonde…

Started by Jody Stecher

3 Jun 18
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Keystone Rag (1921)...Willie Anderson

This is an interesting composition coming as it does on the tail end of ragtime. It's very much in the style of some early 1920s jazz and t…

Started by Steve Harrison

3 Jun 15
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