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Started this discussion. Last reply by David Wade Oct 15.

Don't forget the Backwell Rally!!!!
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Started this discussion. Last reply by David Wade Sep 15.

Clowne Banjo Rally
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Anthony Derycke and David Wade are now friends
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David Wade replied to David Wade's discussion MBF
"Saturday October 13th 2018 Hilton House Hotel, Hilton, Derbyshire DE65 5GP    All styles of banjo playing : Plectrum, Tenor, Irish, Bluegrass, Classic, Frailing etc.    Doors open Noon  Concert starts mid…"
Oct 15
David Wade replied to David Wade's discussion MBF
"Home and unpacked from another superb weekend! Good playing, good company and excellent hospitality. The Community playing brought the whole afternoon to a satisfying end.  Thanks to Roger Bower for leading the "standards" and Helmut…"
Oct 15
David Wade replied to IAN SALTER's discussion Date of my flush fret?
"Interesting...look forward to seeing you on the 14th - make your self known to us... Best David"
Sep 30
David Wade replied to David Wade's discussion MBF
"One thing we're trying to develop this year is a more general Community Session to bring the whole day to a happy ending. As we are a "broader church" than Clowne or Backwell, we've asked various people to suggest tunes from…"
Sep 29
David Wade replied to IAN SALTER's discussion Date of my flush fret?
"Strangley enough I've seen a neck very similar to this one quite recently - it had been fretted with some strange looking pieces of copper. It had the same design of peghead, no fingerboard and a spoon heel - I'd put it early '70s/80s."
Sep 29
David Wade replied to IAN SALTER's discussion Tutor books in England, 1880s.
"There are two editions of the Dallas tutor which are worth a look at also the Barnes and Mullins is a belter. I have some repro editions and some originals in my "For Sale at Rallies" box."
Sep 24
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MBF

Saturday October 14th 2017Hilton House Hotel, Hilton, Derbyshire DE65 5GP  All styles of banjo playing : Plectrum, Tenor, Irish, Bluegrass, Classic, Frailing etc.  Doors open Noon Concert starts mid afternoon Contact:  Keith Wilson 0113 2 588 243    http://banjorallies.uk/See More
Sep 15

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Zither-Banjo.org

Just to let you all know we are experiencing temporary problems with the our server and both my zither-banjo and my retrospective Clifford Essex site are off line at the moment.

Posted on April 25, 2010 at 8:41 — 3 Comments

Aquila

Just an aside, for UK members only it looks like Mimmo is over here on Saturday giving lecture at the Lute Soc meeting at the Dutch Church, 7 Austin Friars, London EC2N 2HA (nearest tubes: Bank, Liverpool Street).

Posted on February 2, 2010 at 7:23

Zither-Banjo on German radio

I was interviewed before Christmas by a guy from a German radio station about zither-banjos. Parts have been included in his program which is going out on Sunday. You can listen to it online: http://www.dradio.de/dlf/
But because Germany is one hour ahead, it starts at 14.05 pm English time.

Posted on January 29, 2010 at 14:02 — 2 Comments

Joe Morley on the move

Just to let you all know that I've moved the Joe Morley site to : www.joemorley.co.uk. Look out for new material going up over the Christmas break.
Dave

Posted on December 4, 2009 at 10:12 — 1 Comment

Zither-Banjo Christmas

Just to let you know that this years' Christmas Page is up on the z-b website...couple of Camm tunes to download.
www.zither-banjo.org

Posted on December 4, 2009 at 10:10

Comment Wall (17 comments)

At 14:54 on January 2, 2009, Carl Anderton said…
Glad you joined up, David.
At 18:37 on April 6, 2009, Charis Worden said…
Hello David, I always think about you over in the UK and how you are doing. I don't get on Skype much anymore. (we use to do text chats together on Skype a long time ago) so it is good to be able to catch up on what you are up on here on this site. When I have a chance, I need to develop my homepage more.
Take care - Charis
At 6:34 on April 7, 2009, Eric STEFANELLI said…
Hi David !
Nice to earing from you! I can understand that good peoples are always on good sites, your photos are so good ! I will put some tune on this site next.
Also some good cylinder music, i 'm collecting banjo cylinders music , i have some good old recordings of Ossman & Van Eps, i have also an Edison talking machine, i planning to catch on my camescope and put it on this site too. Carl Anderson had a good idea !!!
At 18:03 on April 8, 2009, Rob Murch said…
Are you still going on 18th? I owe you a pint!!
Rob
At 19:52 on April 8, 2009, Rob Murch said…
Ryburn 3 Step.....
At 17:19 on December 28, 2009, Richard Bugdal said…
Thanks for the link to the tutorials. Already downloaded the two recommended.
At 21:15 on May 8, 2010, denver smith said…
Hello David,
thankyou for your friendship offer, I had a wonderful day at Ridgway and, I'm always impressed by the standard of playing ta these events, hopefully I may play one soon, (it,s the red light syndrome) at home it's easy, elsewhere, difficult.
May I add, I liked the sound of the Clifford Essex banjo, it has a good tone.
Hope to see you at Bretby,
Regards, Denver.
At 18:05 on May 19, 2010, Tarry Barriball said…
Hi David

It was through a google search by one of my sons that we came across this site in the first place. We`are trying to trace back through the family tree and he came across it as a result of the Google search. One of my brothers has a CD or something that had mentions of my father on the Cover of the CD. I have not seen the CD or the cover but I have read somewhere that Rob Murch was taught to play (I think by my father but I am not sure). My first name is actually Kenneth but I never use it as my father named me after his great "Banjo Idol" the one and only "Tarrant Bailey Jnr" my second christian name is as you might guess Tarrant but it got shortened to Tarry by my parents unless they were annoyed with me as a child then it was always "Tarrant" or even "Kenneth Tarrant".
Kind regards
Tarry Barriball

At 22:02 on September 10, 2010, Anthony Peabody said…
I really enjoyed Backwell. A bit of an outing for a bass banjo. The jacuzzi in the hotel bedroom was huge, nect to the bed, asnd would have taken about three hours to fill. It WAS the honeymoon suite I know, but Mrs P had her own agenda, which we don't need to go into now.....
Anthony

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