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Clifford Essex Catalogue UPLOADED to TUTOR BOOKS page

LINK TO TUTOR BOOKS For those who missed the scan of the old CE banjos catalogue I have uploaded to the TUTOR BOOKS page... I couldn't t…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

10 Aug 22
Reply by Richard William Ineson

The Works of Joe Morley... NEW to Classic Banjo Ning

Some time ago site member Rev. Anthony Peabody and I discussed the possibility of creating a special section on the website to enable membe…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

29 Aug 16
Reply by Jody Stecher

Selling an amazing banjo for classic style.

https://www.banjohangout.org/classified/70825

Started by John Cohen in Classic Banjo

0 Aug 16

Yet another "New" Fred Van Eps recording. Whispering (1920)

Well it never ceases to amaze me that  "New" Fred Van Eps recordings keep turning up!  This recording comes from 1920 Maybe it is just m…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

1 Aug 14
Reply by Jody Stecher

Mel Bay banjo books

I just came across volumes 1 and 2 of Mel Bay banjo method books, by Frank Bradbury, 1967, which teach the instrument as classic banjo!  4t…

Started by Randy Dary in Classic Banjo

5 Aug 13
Reply by david caron

Very sad news. R.I.P. British banjo player John Field

Shortly after Tony Bryan was back here on site joking with Rob Murch he received some very sad news about Classic Banjo player and website…

Started by thereallyniceman in Classic Banjo

14 Aug 12
Reply by Robin Mukherjee

Looking for information and discussion on C.P, Stinson, Hosea Easton, and Vance Lowry

     I am at work on a research project on C.P. Stinson, Hosea Easton, and Vance Lowry, three African American banjoists of the late 19th a…

Started by Tony Thomas MFA Black Banjoist in Classic Banjo

0 Aug 10

Banjo Gathering: November 1-4, 2018

Hello everyone, In addition to working on "Cupid's Arrow" and "Infanta March," I've also been working on organizing multiple banjo-related…

Started by Greg Adams in Classic Banjo

0 Aug 8

Keep Moving (1915)...William White

This is a catchy cake walk and the only known tune published under the composer's name. I could find no info on White but it's such a well…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Aug 7

All of you are right.

Hi, So, over the past week and half, i've erased everything that I know about classic banjo and began working from scratch with the Frank…

Started by david caron in Classic Banjo

8 Aug 5
Reply by Cyndy Richardson

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