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Advice : What should I be looking for in a banjo?

Hello all, I'm new here. I've tried asking around, but I never got the sense those who I sought advice from never totally understood what I…

Started by david caron in Classic Banjo

21 Mar 2
Reply by Joel Hooks

Tokyo Rag (1912)..Thomas "Henry" Lodge..(With a little help from Sir Arthur Sullivan)

This is a very entertaining novelty rag and anyone who is familiar with The Mikado by G&S will recognise that Lodge has borrowed bits a…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Mar 1

Fantastic Tubaphone For Sale

I'm selling a monster classic banjo from my collection, an early '20s 11 13/16'' Tubaphone pot with a custom neck made for Bill Morris.  Th…

Started by John Cohen in Classic Banjo

0 Feb 28

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

5 Feb 25
Reply by Texican65

Reindeer Rag (1915)..Joseph Francis Lamb

This is my 9th arrangement of a tune by JFL, as with all of his compositions, it's well written and ticks all the ragtime boxes. The score…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Feb 21

That Devilish Glide (1913).. Richard Grant Grady

This is a well written piece of ragtime with plenty of variety and some nice changes in key, beginning in G minor, changing to G major in t…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Feb 21

That Musical Cat!

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

2 Feb 19
Reply by Steve Harrison

Jolly Jingles Rag (1913)...Frank Hoyt Losey

Losey was a prolific composer of popular and band music, he formed his own Military Band School in 1914 and was a musical adviser to Edison…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Feb 18

A Warm Proposition (1899) Monroe H. Rosenfeld & Paul J. Knox

This is the 6th piece by Rosenfeld that I've arranged. As an early cakewalk and in line with his other compositions, it has a very old time…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

0 Feb 18

Tear in vellum question

Hi all, I just noticed this small tear in the vellum today and I am wondering if this a small home repair job or should I book the 'Jo in f…

Started by Pip in Classic Banjo

1 Feb 17
Reply by John E. Dallas

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