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Banjo arrangement of Shanteler guitar piece
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I'd like to introduce a piece…Continue

Tags: piece, Shanteler

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Harrison 6 hours ago.

Mel Bay banjo books
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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!  4th string C tuning, music notation, etc.  I see that you…Continue

Tags: Agnew, method, E., J., Bay

Started this discussion. Last reply by david caron Aug 13.

Accompaniments?
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Hello England and world from a small town in Southern Oregon U.S.A !  What fun to discover classic banjo, even 100 or so years late.The only piece I've worked on much so far is Colorado Buck Dance,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Randy Dary May 28.

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Steve Harrison replied to Randy Dary's discussion Banjo arrangement of Shanteler guitar piece
"Randy has sent me a copy of his score and it's well worth a look and listen. The transition between guitar and banjo works very well...Steve."
6 hours ago
Randy Dary posted a discussion

Banjo arrangement of Shanteler guitar piece

I'd like to introduce a piece which you might want try.  You may download it from this site's music library.    It was originally for guitar, in the key of A, so was able to make good use of lower pitched guitar basses.  Some of the fifth string G's in my adaptation were those low guitar basses (E).  Shanteler : I do not know…See More
22 hours ago
Randy Dary replied to Steve Harrison's discussion After The Cake Walk (1900)...Robert Natalie Dett
"You appear to be a good guitarist, but your rewrite of Black history is very strange.  Don't get carried away by our nutty US president's use of the word "fake".  Not everything which is printed by trusted media, such…"
Oct 11
Randy Dary replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Who are they? (banjo players)
"The one on the bottom looks a bit like Eddie Peabody, but that's just an observation.  There are a lot of old pix of him on the internet, but I don't see any where his hair is parted that way.  He was born in 1902.…"
Sep 10
david caron replied to Randy Dary's discussion Mel Bay banjo books
"I'm currently working through the "modern" version. Its been anout two weeks, and I'm much more confident when it comes to reading notation now. Some of the songs are kind of boring to play, but overall, whether it be a modern…"
Aug 13
Joel Hooks replied to Randy Dary's discussion Mel Bay banjo books
"Hi Randy,  I use a fairly inexpensive laser printer that prints double sided for printing books and sheet music.  Print a copy, use a comb binder, write all over it, tear it up from dragging it all over the US, throw it away and print a…"
Aug 12
Randy Dary replied to Randy Dary's discussion Mel Bay banjo books
"I'm sorry!  Didn't mean to belabor anything.  I was just surprised to find these, since it seems as if everything one sees in music or book stores is all about bluegrass banjo and all using tablature.  When I got started, I…"
Aug 11
Cyndy Richardson replied to Randy Dary's discussion Mel Bay banjo books
"I can echo that recommendation! I've just started working through the Bradbury book (digital copy purchased through Mel Bay at the recommendation of another member here not too long ago) and I feel like it's well worth my time. (I'm a…"
Aug 11
Jody Stecher replied to Randy Dary's discussion Mel Bay banjo books
"The Bradbury books have been discussed frequently on this forum.  The topic comes up fairly regularly. "
Aug 11
Randy Dary posted a discussion

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!  4th string C tuning, music notation, etc.  I see that you don't have them in your "tutor books" section, but I guess that's because they are actually still available, so copyright laws and such.   I would be so bold as to recommend them, even though I'm new to classic banjo, but have a good deal of experience in other areas of music, including classical…See More
Aug 11
Randy Dary replied to Randy Dary's discussion Accompaniments?
"Thank you!  That is what I was guessing was the case.  I also play classical guitar, so was thinking of writing accompaniments using it.  If I do, I'd post them."
May 28
Trapdoor2 replied to Randy Dary's discussion Accompaniments?
"Most (but not all) of this period's music was available with a 2nd banjo part or a piano accompaniment. Generally the published stuff would have arrangements for "Solo", "Duet" or "Orchestra". If you have a piece…"
May 28
Randy Dary replied to Randy Dary's discussion Accompaniments?
"After a bit more looking, I think I partially answered my own question.  I see that some pieces include piano accompaniment.  I quest I am wondering about the pieces which do not include accompaniment.  Was it just not available to…"
May 28
Randy Dary posted a discussion

Accompaniments?

Hello England and world from a small town in Southern Oregon U.S.A !  What fun to discover classic banjo, even 100 or so years late.The only piece I've worked on much so far is Colorado Buck Dance, but I've printed some others and slowly gone through them.Question: are some of these supposed to be accompanied solos?  Some sound quite complete with just the banjo, while others seem as if they could use even a simple boom-chick background.  Thanks for your input!See More
May 28
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"Wow!  Great job!  And a fun piece to hear.  Thank you!"
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