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Missing Morley works
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I expect that many of you (I might hope all of you) will have had a look at the "works of Joe Morley" elsewhere on this site.  This effort is now drawing to its conclusion, after banjo cases, piano…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Trapdoor2 20 hours ago.

Morley's early works
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I Have often wondered what Joe Morley might have been playing when he started off.  The earliest reference I have found to one of his own pieces is not quite what you would expect.In 1893, playing at…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Wade Apr 8.

Charlie Rogers
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If you have read the biography of Charlie Rogers elsewhere on this site, you may have read most of whatever information there might be on this significant individual, "The Boy Wonder".  I don't think…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jody Stecher Jul 22, 2016.

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Trapdoor2 replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"I always trust my ears. If it doesn't sound right, it often isn't. However, I am not so far trained to be able to 'see' errors like this...or know how to correct them beyond 'trial-and-error'. Fortunately, with…"
20 hours ago
Joel Hooks replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"The Internet Archive is super cool.  They take "snapshots" of the internet so that the "published" websites do not vanish when people don't keep them up.  The "Wayback Machine" lets you search for old…"
21 hours ago
Anthony Peabody replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"You are quite correct, the first ntoe on each line of the B flat trio should actually be an E natural, otherwise, it sounds "wrong".  Thera quite often a few "infelicities" in the printed copies, and where necessary, and…"
21 hours ago
Trapdoor2 replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"I was able to finally give it a listen last night (to my MIDI files from 2015). I believe the Trio has some errors in it as there are chords that just don't sound 'right'. The first chord is Bb but the second...I don't know what…"
22 hours ago
Anthony Peabody replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"Thank you so much Joel.  I have never been able to access Banjo World Vol 1 No 1 before, and I have also been introduced to the Archive, which interrupted my morning for quite some time, and will again. Sandown Schottische will see tyhe light…"
yesterday
Joel Hooks replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"Okay, just uploaded.  It usually takes a little while for the Internet Archive to build all the files and preview. https://archive.org/details/BanjoWorldVol1No1Nov1893"
yesterday
Anthony Peabody replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"Very Kind, I look forward to it Anthony"
Monday
Trapdoor2 replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"Ah, I did tab for "Sandown" when it was posted (2015) and posted a MIDI. I cannot get the MIDI file to play...don't know if it is the PC I'm on or the elderly link. If anyone wants tab or MIDI (or both), the files are on my PC at…"
Monday
Joel Hooks replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"I have Sandown.  It was published in the first issue of the Banjo World.  Chris Ware posted a scan of it a while ago but it seems like the link to the file is now dead. I have the file and will upload it to the Internet Archive this…"
Monday
Anthony Peabody replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"Thank you, I have been in very friendly contact with ABF, who have very kindly allowed me to use their unpublished mss, which have been published in their supplements, which I agree are of very high quality.  I have been a member of ABF for…"
Monday
Trapdoor2 replied to Anthony Peabody's discussion Missing Morley works
"I've been thru my holdings several times and haven't turned up any of the missing titles. I think the ABF has some unpublished MS but they will likely hold it for their own publication as a supplement to their newsletter. Their…"
Monday
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Missing Morley works

I expect that many of you (I might hope all of you) will have had a look at the "works of Joe Morley" elsewhere on this site.  This effort is now drawing to its conclusion, after banjo cases, piano stools and the linings of long forgotten wedding trousseaux have been searched thoroughly for those hard to find pieces.  Many thanks to all of you have have helped in this matter.However, there are some which are still in the Most Wanted list:Sandown SchottischePastime SchottischeRayon d'Or…See More
Monday
Anthony Peabody replied to Rémi's discussion Questions about Morley / Arrangements (guitar)
"You can almost hear the elephants........."
Aug 10
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Aug 3
Anthony Peabody replied to Rémi's discussion Questions about Morley/Kentucky Parade (guitar)
"Remi, Well done!  Freckles sounds different on the guitar, but it certainly plays very well on it, and so do you too.  I regularly play these pieces through the church organ, and they often sound truly magnificent too, so they are very…"
Jul 31
Anthony Peabody replied to Rémi's discussion Questions about Morley/Kentucky Parade (guitar)
"I think Kentucky Parade was published in in 1894 as E&C97, but I am quite ready to revise this opinion either way, if there is anything to support it. Usually there isn't, and so we are stuck with the publisher's number, which might at…"
Jul 28

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At 19:19 on September 10, 2010, David Wade said…
Hello Tony, good to see last weekend - did you enjoy the jacuzzi? We assumed that was why you were late for breakfast!
At 21:30 on September 13, 2010, Jody Stecher said…
The only thing that imprinted on my mind was your enthusiasm and skill. Backwell was a great experience, even my mind going blank in the middle of St Louis Tickle was a good experience because the audience was so accepting. I guess it happens to us all from time to time and so they were very forgiving.
At 18:16 on September 11, 2015, Hal Allert said…

Anthony, as you know, I have been arranging a lot of my music for this site. I have a 3-part arrangement of A Banjo Frolic that is almost done. I didn't see this on your list of Morley pieces so I thought I would ask if this is one you are working on. If it is, I will work on something else. If you don't have it, hard to believe, I will continue. It has been a bit difficult because the different instruments were notated by different people so the final measures don't end equally. I have had to add a repeated section where the other piece had first and second endings or something like that. If you need the PDF or TIF files for A Banjo Frolic let me know.

At 20:27 on January 24, 2017, Hal Allert said…

Anthony, I have been using your pisocorporum song title list to determine the composers for each of my songs that I add to the Classic Banjo Radio site. It has been invaluable to me and I wanted to thank you for putting together such a vast compendium. I cannot remember when I got it but it has been many years. I often wondered who pisocorporum was and was surprised to learn it was you. My question is have you added to the list over the years? In my searching through your list I often come up empty when searching for a composer to a specific song. If you have updated it within, say the last 10 years, could you send me your update?

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