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Here ' s the backing track for " Broadway promenade "broadway%20promenade_H%20j%20Ellis.mid by Herbert J Ellis .
It is a piano part in midi file .
And don 't forget you have to tune the bass in D ; it is a pleasant tune to play
the tempo is something like 80 ; must be speeded to play it…Continue
Added by marc dalmasso on January 19, 2013 at 12:15 — No Comments
Strangely , sometimes , a new banjo appear in the house and because it 's pretty soon christmas time and you could have the idea of making yourself a gift , here 's an explanation for your wife : unfortunatly , your old music stand was broken and you really wanted to make the economy of buying a new one but you needed it .Here ' s my picture . Say Thx , marc , for the good idea…Continue
I have a second grade cammeyer zither banjo .does anybody know how the brass knob on the back is fixed ,as i want to repair veneer.thank you . Alan
So! I bought a Greenop banjo last year (yes, "Skeleton Dance" Greenop). Almost identical to this one at ZitherBanjo.org. My question: steel or nylon strings? The several spare strings in the case were metal, and the one at the link is strung with metal. I have it strung with metal now, but I obviously want to do right by it. His patent for this design was dated 1926, so it could go either way.
Here's the MIDI and TAB for "Carry On", complete with Mike's "Intro".
Ian, please put these in their proper…Continue
Hey Banjo lovers! Old City Coffee is so pleased to join you in this online community. We are a Philadelphia-based coffee roasting company and cafe in operation since 1985. Our cafe on 221 Church Street in the Old City section of Philadelphia is the site of the SS Stewart Banjo Factory. We have always been proud…Continue
Added by Old City Coffee on August 27, 2012 at 21:15 — No Comments
Hi All - Help required if at all possible -
I nicked a box full of crumbly old sheet music offa ebay a week or so ago. Paid about $0.80 ea with shipping. See attached list for the titles, etc.
All of this stuff is American, pre 1900 and in A notation. Amazingly, not many duplicates (whew!) for me. Sure, some obvious ones like Darkey's Awakening, On The Mill Dam, Queen of the Forest, etc. However, there are a couple of previously unknown publishers (two female!) and nearly the entire output of a previously unknown (to me) New…Continue
DOES ANYONE OUT THERE HAVE ANY IDEA WHERE I CAN GET A SET OF STRINGS FOR THE LOWER - A 4th - E 3rd - G sharp 3rd - B 1st -e 5th - tuning ? I'd be using them on a 27 inch scale tubaphone . I have tried Aquila but they wont oblige me by putting a set together so I don't really know where to go from here , any help would be much appreciated . Cheers Mike.......
the brain needs feeding as well as the stomach . my mother told me so .shee would suggest in the morning ,honey in bowl porridge with blueberrys chopped srawberrys bring to boil eat .then after multi vit & min omino cap omega 3 6 9 b com b 17 from apricot kernal take with malt .then a brisk walk while thinking how to tackle practice today .you should rattle a bit by now.but mums are always right .she was still playing the piano at 98 bless her .now where did i put that banjo
Ive never been able to develop a decent tremelo,any tips?
I have been poking around and am in awe of the information, pictures and music that have been collected. This is an amazing place. I feel like a kid in a candy store.
does any one have the music to Egyptian Princess I used to be able to play it in my 20,s but no longer have the music and can only remember the first two movements
look forward to someone coming to my rescue
Things are pretty much 'back to normal' here. Study door is shut, sounds of banjo music heard and OH only emerges for cups of tea or a meal. Something is afoot, though. How do I know? OH tends to focus on one thing at a time as you can probably tell by his time away from here. The roof took priority. Now he has another project to occupy him, which involves long periods at the computer. This project involves much hard work plus the added bonus of banjo music and,…Continue
Added by thereallynicelady on April 28, 2012 at 9:39 — No Comments
Having been to 'Dancing Time at the Library' yesterday and dancing in the man's position, (because there were not enough men to go round), a thought suddenly occurred to me.
The gentleman's ballroom hold is very similar to holding the banjo.…
It helps to offload sometimes, to know that there are others in the same boat. You are not the only one who is suffering supporting your loved one. Just talking about it may help. I'd like to post today about tunes that go round and round in your head, tunes that bring back certain memories, tunes that affect other people in your lives. One tune stands out for me and that is…Continue
Frequent isolation periods are needed in order to control this 'condition'. eg the study.
Here the banjoist feels safe as he is surrounded by positive energies.…Continue