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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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NING DISCUSSION POST PROBLEM

There is a "bug" on the NING hosting software that is preventing icons displaying correctly. I have reported this to them and they hope to…

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NING PROBLEMS GETTING WORSE, AND I CAN DO NOTHING!

After me sending numerous emails and "Support Tickets", NING who are this website's service provider, seem unable or unwilling to resolve t…

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Reading my 1953 BMG magazines I thought of Marc Dalmasso

Hey Marc, I know you like a bit of "bling" with your banjos... it seems that you are not alone ;-)) A nice little job for the weekend...…

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Calico Rag (1905)...Lee B. Grabbe

This is the second of two arrangements with the same name. It's quite different from the one written by Johnson and is the one I prefer out…

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Calico Rag (1914)..Nathaniel Henry "Nat" Johnson

This the first of two arrangements with the same name. It's an interesting and well written tune making full use of some sweeping arpeggios…

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Clarke Buehling added to FIND A TEACHER page.

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The Darkies' Patrol (1899)..E.A.Phelps.

This another early cake walk and for any bluegrass or melodic players, this is well worth a listen and play. It has a very Celtic/Old Time…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

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Boardin' House Johnson (1899)....Sadie Koninsky.

This is another excellent early cakewalk from the pen of Koninsky, her most  popular tune is Eli Green's Cakewalk but in my opinion, althou…

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Swamptown Shuffle (1902)..Harry W. Jones

As with The Pride of Bucktown, this is a good early cakewalk that could have been written for banjo. Together with the addition of some tri…

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A rare 78 rpm recording by the great Tarrant Bailey Junior

Here is a real treat for Classic Banjoists or those looking into the style. I have recently purchased “The Dear Old Home Songs”, an EXTREM…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

7 Jan 13
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The Pride Of Bucktown (1897)..Robert S. Roberts

This is a very good early cakewalk and one of those that could have been written for the banjo. It makes very good use of 16th.rests which…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

1 Jan 13
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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…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

4 Jan 9
Reply by Richard William Ineson

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