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Banjo auction

Following the sad death of Derek Hall (Kendall) just before Christmas, six top of the range classical banjos that I built for him will be coming up for auction soon.  If probate goes through the likely date will be 9th March and the auctioneers are www.1818auctioneers.co.uk at Crooklands near Kendall.  I can provide photos and info re the instruments if you would like to email me at staceybanjos@hotmail.com.  Typical examples are Whyte Laydie…

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Posted by David Stacey on January 23, 2020 at 11:32

1880s A Tilley banjo value

Would anyone have an idea of a half decent A tilley 5 strings value . One for sale here in Canada for 350 canadian. it had the first five frets replaced with a brass plate otherwise not bad. thinking it may be a good player for classic. 

Posted by steve leuschner on January 9, 2020 at 0:46 — 9 Comments

 

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Pär Engstrand replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion What every banjo player should have...
"Haha. Oh yes! Finally some alternative lyrics to sing at the next jam session... :-)"
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What every banjo player should have...

Had to get those when I saw them online. Apparently there is (or was) a brand of fruit juice called Banjo. Haven't manage to…See More
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Dill Pickles.

"Thanks for the kind words, Joel!"
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"Top Notch! The Schall sounds great!!  It found a great home."
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Knick Knocks Rag (1915)....Phil Schwartz

This is a well written piece of ragtime with plenty of variety. I seems to me that PS has taken bits from other tunes and mixed and matched them to produce this very pleasing composition. The score and midi are in the library...Steve.…See More
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"Thank you Carrie!"
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"Nice playing - well done Paul!"
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Dill Pickles.

Composition by Charles L. Johnson, 1906. Clifford Essex banjo arrangement (mostly).
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Jody Stecher replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion Beethoven on the Banjo
"Or perhaps Mozart was the Joe Morley of the Fortepiano."
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Joel Hooks replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion Beethoven on the Banjo
"I think George Lansing is the Junior Samples of the banjo."
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David Stacey posted a blog post

Banjo auction

Following the sad death of Derek Hall (Kendall) just before Christmas, six top of the range classical banjos that I built for him will be coming up for auction soon.  If probate goes through the likely date will be 9th March and the auctioneers are…See More
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IAN SALTER replied to IAN SALTER's discussion Turners 60 breakdowns, jigs and hornpipes.
"Cheers Joel."
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Jody Stecher replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion Beethoven on the Banjo
"You are right but it's more fun to make mismatches. Eno can be the Galileo of the banjo. Grimshaw can be the Soupy Sales of the banjo. Cammeyer can be the Howdy Doody of the banjo. ........."
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Joel Hooks replied to IAN SALTER's discussion Turners 60 breakdowns, jigs and hornpipes.
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IAN SALTER replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion Historical/original concert programs
"Joel,  Thank you for sharing your knowledge and understanding of this 'HIP' approach to playing the banjo.  Kind regards, Ian."
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Joel Hooks replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion Historical/original concert programs
"Pick a dozen or so pieces that were published in or before the year you are portraying. There is your program. Careful on the Zither Banjo if you are focusing on the 1880s. Also consider that many did not start using raised frets until the late…"
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Joel Hooks replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion Beethoven on the Banjo
"I think that Cammeyer was the Cammeyer of the banjo. Eno was the Eno of the banjo. Grimshaw was the Grimshaw of the banjo. Morley was the Morley of the banjo. Lansing was the... The banjo is unique with a unique writing style.  It is apples to…"
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Jake Jeremy Glanville replied to Pär Engstrand's discussion W.E Temlett Zither-Banjo
"Erratum. I left out the letter 'E' when referring to my Temlett Academy model. It is of course by W E Temlet, not William Temlett Senior. Glad you've kept the old tuners. They are not too easy to find and can be expensive. They are…"
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