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Fluffy Ruffle Girls Rag (1908)..Marion I. Davis.

This the second Fluffy Ruffles themed tune that I've arranged so far. This the only known composition by Davis which is a pity because it's…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Dec 6

New bathroom for thereallyniceman

My wife has instructed me that we have to have a new bathroom...and that I have to do all the work :-( It was an easy choice at the bathroo…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

0 Nov 29

The Pearl Of The Harem. (1898)..Harry Guy..(as played by Vess Ossman and Fred Van Eps.)

I came across the midi of this tune in the Primeline Midi Library. Most of the midis in the library that I've used in the past have been fo…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

8 Nov 29
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A Totally Different Rag (1910)..May Frances Aufderheide

Another good composition from Aufderheide, I particularly like the contrast she's introduced in the trio. Although I've arranged it in F fr…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Nov 27

Blue Ribbon Rag (1905)..May Frances Aufderheide.

This another tune from the pen of Aufderheide, it's a pleasant tune with what you could say was a very 'feminine' touch in that it's very d…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Nov 27

Wilmshurst zither banjo.

Can anyone tell me when this banjo may have been made? The only images I have seen of Wilmshurst's zither banjos show them with an ornate m…

Started by IAN SALTER in Classic Banjo

0 Nov 24

George Hamilton Green...Fluffy Ruffles One Step?

G.H.Green was a banjo and xylophone player and a founder member of the ABF. I've found 4 tunes with Fluffy Ruffles in the title, one of whi…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Nov 24

Poverty Rag (1909)..Harry James Lincoln.

In his day, Lincoln was a prolific composer of popular music and wrote some good ragtime pieces of which this is no exception. I've arrange…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Nov 22

Hallowe'en (Jack O'Lantern Rag 1911)..Abe Olman but published as Arthur Manlowe

This is another good ragtime tune by Olman that ticks all the boxes. The piano score was in F/Bb, for the banjo I've set it in G/C. The sco…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Nov 21

How to play Classic Banjo in five minutes !!

I have received this message from our friend Tony Bryan about a Banjo Tutor Book that he has been keeping secret! Quote:  "I've just being…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

1 Nov 20
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