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Stars and Stripes : question
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So, I have a digital score of Stars and Stripes Forever, for piano solo (by the way, poor, as some parts are missing and could be done easily on a piano); but the thing is : the first page (cover)…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rémi Aug 16.

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Rémi replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Historically Correct Bridges Now For Sale
"Very nice ! Unfortunately I don't have a banjo, butwhat you propose seem to be a very fine work."
Sunday
Rémi replied to Tom Campbell's discussion Help for non reader.
"Thank you David !"
Friday
Rémi replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
"Wao thank you so much for this sharing ! That's great, I was thinking it was for guitar, but sadly I feel that the guitar solo version by "Church company" is lost forever .."
Aug 16
Rémi replied to Tom Campbell's discussion Help for non reader.
"Hi man, I was just checking this tune a few minutes ago and listened to Olly Oakley version...! Maybe that Okley played fast the 2 first chords, but maybe : G,G7(on F),A7(on E), Cm(on Eb), G (on D). Keep on the lecture of Morley score (or…"
Aug 15
Rémi replied to Rémi's discussion Questions about Morley / Arrangements (guitar)
"Ha that's fine :-) This old rhythm is very fun, I know there are a lot of other pieces (even Joplin's) using it, but that's the first time I played a complet stuff with it. Thanks Steve !"
Aug 10
Anthony Peabody replied to Rémi's discussion Questions about Morley / Arrangements (guitar)
"You can almost hear the elephants........."
Aug 10
Rémi replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Cum-Bac Rag (1911)...Charles L. Johnson
"I notice that Banjo players like very much the rags of Charles L Johnson ! That's s cool, you're right Steve his rags are surely all good; but I don't know much his music, I just arranged Dill Pickels, but probably I will do Cum…"
Aug 8
Rémi replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Cum-Bac Rag (1911)...Charles L. Johnson
"Wonderful Rag !"
Aug 7
Richard William Ineson replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
Aug 5
Richard William Ineson replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
Aug 5
Richard William Ineson replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
Aug 5
Rémi replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
"Ok thanks for your informations to both ! Of course Jody you're right, and this finger style is old,adn first appeared "officially" with O Petrucci in 1501 (Btw the way it's interesting to know that the first ever music printed…"
Aug 2
Trapdoor2 replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
"I simply typed in "Sousa" and "Guitar" in the search box and those are the items that popped up. I really didn't know whether I would get the "solo" or what. I knew the Banjo pieces were there, I just hoped I might…"
Aug 2
Jody Stecher replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
"When printed tutors and sheet music for what is now called "classic banjo" first appeared it was called "guitar style" to distinguish it from "stroke style" (down picking). "Guitar style" was chosen because…"
Aug 1
Rémi replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
"Wao, really I can't belive that you found that. So thank you. I wonder if you have checked "guitar solo" in the option or whatever, cause all seems for solo guitar. That's really amazing and very rare. But I can see that there…"
Aug 1
Trapdoor2 replied to Rémi's discussion Stars and Stripes : question
"This guy: Sousa's publisher, 'Church' provided arrangements for all kinds of instruments, including banjo, mandolin and zither. I can tell you that the banjo arrangements are pretty…"
Aug 1

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At 16:39 on July 28, 2017, thereallyniceman said…

Welcome Rémi. I hope that you are going to give "Classic Style Banjo" a try!

I am sure that you would be a "Maestro" in no time at all :-))

At 8:30 on July 29, 2017, thereallyniceman said…

Hi Rémi, Good to see that you like the website. There is a LOT to investigate on here!

Joe Morley was an amazing composer and it is good to see you playing his music.

One thing though... the style of banjo playing on this website is called "Classic Style Banjo", not "Classical".  

All the very best

Ian, thereallyniceman

At 11:14 on July 29, 2017, Rémi said…

Hi Ian, OK for the Classic word I get it now ! I m just listening to your versions of circus parade, uncle s tom cabin etc. It's really enjoyable. I began to arrange freckless, but I don't know if I will keep the G key; and there are so much to discover, as you say well.

Thank you and good afternoon !

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