Richard William Ineson
  • 71, Male
  • Sheffield
  • United Kingdom
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Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Tony Trischka's excellent video on "Classic Style Banjo"
"With reference to the 'Sunflower Dance', there was popular song, probably from the 1900-1920 period, called 'I'm a Lonely Little Petunia in an Onion Patch' which used the melody of the first strain of the SD, it's…"
Oct 8
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Who are they? (banjo players)
"Could be Cullen and Collins."
Sep 11
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Waiting For The Robert E. Lee (1912)....Lewis F. Muir
"I remember Shari Lewis she was very good she had another character called 'Lamb Chop'. Robert E Lee makes a good banjo tune, I usually play it together with 'When you're Smiling' 'California Here I Come' 'Toot…"
Sep 10
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Clifford Essex Catalogue UPLOADED to TUTOR BOOKS page
"The 'Regal' model had probably not been introduced at the time this version of the CE catalogue was produced. I posted a dated advert from the B.M.G. announcing the introduction of that model some time ago which must still be on here…"
Aug 22
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Clifford Essex Catalogue UPLOADED to TUTOR BOOKS page
""The past is a foreign country, they do things differently there". I wish I'd said that, as it sums it all up so nicely. Things have changed quite a bit in the intervening years."
Aug 19
Richard William Ineson commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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"No, Won Hung Lo's brother was Ko Dak the inventor of photography, he lived in the Outer Fokus mountain region and had no interest in pottery or banjos. The maker of this plate was called Wej Wud."
Aug 19
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Very sad news. R.I.P. British banjo player John Field
"Sad news indeed. I saw him playing with the MP trio a long time ago, I've still got the record somewhere."
Aug 11
Richard William Ineson replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion W.E Temlett Zither-Banjo
"Good to know that you're making progress, let us know what happens next."
Jul 27
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Clifford Essex "Crystablel" Nylon Strings.
"Thanks for bringing a few memories back, I'm having trouble finding strings which suit me these days. Most of what is available are too heavy for me and La Bella which I've used for many years seem to have changed their nylon recipe and…"
Jul 27
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Semper Fidelis (1888)..John Philip Sousa.
"I've just had a look and found quite a lot of music which I've posted on the site is in the 'photos' section, don't know why, but it needs transferring tot he music library if someone has got a few hours to spare."
Jul 26
Richard William Ineson replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion W.E Temlett Zither-Banjo
"Zither banjos were usually strung as follows ;- 1st, 2nd, and 5th were wire (Cammeyer insisted on unplated wire) the 3rd string was gut (nylon nowadays) and a nylon or silk 4th wound with wire. The zither banjo is different to the open backed banjo…"
Jul 26
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Semper Fidelis (1888)..John Philip Sousa.
"Yes, I've got a good collection of banjo music, 90% of which is not really worth playing, in my opinion but I've put a few things on the site over the years.  It's hard to decide what people really want, much of the music…"
Jul 26
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Semper Fidelis (1888)..John Philip Sousa.
"Hunter arranged Liberty Bell, Corcoran Cadets, March of the Rifle Regiment and King Cotton. Liberty Bell is very good. Cammeyer issued an album of Sousa marches some of which will be in my crumbling pile of music, and then Essex did a thin version…"
Jul 25
Richard William Ineson replied to Brice Alms's discussion Are there classic banjo tab instruction books?
"Red shoes are good, blue shoes especially if made from suede leather tend to get trodden on."
Jul 25
Richard William Ineson replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Request for Piano Accompaniment Sheet Music
"Bill Ball wrote his own piano accompaniment for 'Progressions' perhaps you could ask his son Fred Determan if he could help you with that one. The Rachmaninoff should be easy to find. As to the original piano scores used by Van Eps'…"
Jun 6
Richard William Ineson replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Request for Piano Accompaniment Sheet Music
"My mind isn't what it was, I easily get confused. The piano scores will be available on the internet on one of the 'free scores' sites I would think, but they might not be in the same key as the banjo arrangements."
Jun 5

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At 7:19 on February 14, 2017, thereallyniceman said…

Welcome (again) to Ning,Richard! I see that you have re-registered using your new email address, thank you and we look forward to posts from Richard 2

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Ian

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