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Fred and George Van Eps: profiles in jazz

Fred and George Van Eps are featured in September issue of The Syncopated Times - it's well worth subscribing to The Syncopated Times if you are interested in early jazz and ragtime: https://syncopatedtimes.com/fred-and-george-van-eps-profiles-in-jazz/

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Olly Oakley plays Gallopade

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jvs_pEnVevQ

Amazing skills - haven't heard this one before, I think this a Cammeyer tune.

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Russ Chandler posted a discussion

Unusual Van Eps disc...

Currently being laid low with Covid I have just about enough brain to get round to cataloguing some of my 78's and I've come across something curious.It seems to be an unlabelled Fred Van Eps of Dell Oro b\w Ragtime Oriole and was Issued by TH…See More
1 hour ago
nick stephens replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Brown Dog Banjos UK.
"I was very shocked to hear of Bobs death, Tina let me know when it happened, I still miss seeing Bob and visiting him and his family, He was a good guy and loved to play his little CE mando banjo thingy. I wonder what became of all his little…"
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Brown Dog Banjos UK.

Following the death of it's founder Bob Keeble last year, despite some rumours that I've heard, the company is still trading  and is currently being run by his wife Tina and her daughter.  I was contacted by Tina today who told me that they still…See More
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You and a Canoe

"Nice playing. I for one enjoyed your interpretation. It's not 1900 anymore and a little rubato is just what classic style playing needs to propel it into the modern era."
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Steve Harrison posted a discussion

Red Moon...1908...Chas. Humfeld

This is another well written tune from the composer of "Who let the cows out?" It was published shortly after Kerry Mill's 'Red Wing' and I suspect that Humfeld was paying homage to that, the title and title page being very similar. It makes a good…See More
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Jody Stecher commented on The Gilded Banjo's video
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Ballad No. 1 by Alfred Cammeyer

"I had the same reaction reading that book. Or in his style :" Had the same reaction....".   It bothered me too. It's ok  in a diary. But in an autobiography, meant for others to read, by midway through reading the subject of…"
Aug 3
The Gilded Banjo commented on The Gilded Banjo's video
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Ballad No. 1 by Alfred Cammeyer

"Thank you so much! I like the Cammeyer note, by the way. I read the book, but his tic of avoiding the pronoun "I" wore me down after a while. Still, it's an interesting read."
Aug 2
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Joel Hooks replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Red Wing...1907..Kerry Mills.
"I only know of a couple arrangements of The Merry Peasant."
Aug 2
Steve Harrison replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Red Wing...1907..Kerry Mills.
"Thanks Marc, this tune has become a bit of an 'ear worm' that keeps telling me to play it! Does anyone have any original banjo arrangements? They'd make a nice addition to the library...Steve."
Aug 2
Trapdoor2 replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Red Wing...1907..Kerry Mills.
"And that cover is a spectacular lithograph. I have an original that will eventually get a frame and hung in the music room. Another job well done!"
Aug 2
The Gilded Banjo posted a video

Ballad No. 1 by Alfred Cammeyer

A classic banjo solo by Alfred Cammeyer (1862 - 1949)
Aug 1
Steve Harrison posted a discussion

Red Wing...1907..Kerry Mills.

As one of Kerry Mill's most well known and popular tunes/songs, there hasn't so far been an arrangement for banjo in the library even though there must be some to be found out in banjo land. I wrote the arrangement using a piano score written as an…See More
Aug 1
Joel Hooks replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Well Really! Joe Morley's Minor Jig... like you ain't seen before!
"A quick google search shows that the subject of the OP resides across the pond."
Aug 1
Trapdoor2 replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Well Really! Joe Morley's Minor Jig... like you ain't seen before!
"Titanic String Band was Peter Labau & Co. Posted videos nearly 10 yrs ago..."
Aug 1
 
 
 

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