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The Unnamed Rag (1917)....Frank Pallma

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Clifford Essex Professional or Weaver

Just wondering if anyone has An Essex Professional or a Weaver they'd like to sell.

Cheers.

Posted by Andrew 'blind boy' Butler on June 14, 2019 at 18:54 — 1 Comment

Getting started

Hello there...well I started about 2 weeks ago learning to play the banjo...been working on Round Peak rolls...and some normal bum ditty ....i set up my banjo with a fiberskyn head and some nylgut strings...not really knowing about Classic Banjo...i was heading towards fretless playing after hearing some wonderful music.

I'm a jazz piano player by trade for over 45 years...and really didn't pay much attn to the banjo...and then going to the internet I found this music to be more than…

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Posted by Paul Painter on November 15, 2018 at 18:39

 

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John Cohen posted a discussion

Cello banjo for sale

I forgot to mention that in addition to the other classic banjos I have for sale, I have a large cello banjo that I'd part with. The rim is about 18'' in diameter and it has a long scale length. It's a "player's" instrument as it sounds and plays…See More
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Richard William Ineson replied to Trapdoor2's discussion "Length'ning Shadows" by Alf Bell
"I've never seen or heard this pretty tune before, thanks for sharing it."
Saturday
John Cohen replied to John Cohen's discussion Banjos for sale (Weavers and Cammeyer).
"Alright, the 10.75'' and wood hoop Weavers have sold. The 11'' is still available- I'd part with it for $500."
Friday
Trapdoor2 commented on Pip's video
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Ballad No. 1 - Alfred D. Cammeyer

"Beautifully played, very expressive. Well done!"
Friday
Pip posted a video

Ballad No. 1 - Alfred D. Cammeyer

This is the one of the first pieces by A.D Cammeyer that I wanted to learn and it has taken a long time to get it to this point. Played on a Windsor hollow n...
Friday
Tom Ryan replied to John Cohen's discussion Banjos for sale (Weavers and Cammeyer).
"Hello John Interested in the wood hoop weaver 12 inch and the 11 inch weaver. Can you send some pictures please to tomryanbanjo@yahoo.co.uk and details of prices etc Many thanks Tom"
Wednesday
Andrew 'blind boy' Butler and John Cohen are now friends
Wednesday
John Cohen commented on Andrew 'blind boy' Butler's blog post Clifford Essex Professional or Weaver
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Wednesday
John Cohen posted a discussion

Banjos for sale (Weavers and Cammeyer).

I'm selling a handful of really great banjos for classic style. This time around I am willing to ship. For sale is:11" Weaver 10.75" Weaver (a stunner- don't let the size fool you)12" Weaver with new Clifford Essex neck12" wood hoop Weaver by Sydney…See More
Wednesday
Steve Harrison posted a discussion

The Unnamed Rag (1917)....Frank Pallma

This is a catchy one off rag by another mystery composer. I could find no info about him nor any other compositions which is a pity as this is rather good and suits the banjo very well. The score and midi are in the library....Steve.See More
Wednesday
Steve Harrison replied to Steve Harrison's discussion The Automobile Spin (1899)..Grace Walls Linn
"Thanks Marc, they're on the to do list...Steve."
Wednesday
Trapdoor2 replied to Steve Harrison's discussion The Automobile Spin (1899)..Grace Walls Linn
"There's a couple of them on Perfesser Bill's site...which means MIDI and mp3 versions are available. "Automobile Two Step" by Rose de Haven "Gasoline Rag" by Louis Mentel I had to zip the two pdf files in order to get…"
Wednesday
Trapdoor2 replied to Steve Harrison's discussion The Automobile Spin (1899)..Grace Walls Linn
"How about "Automobile Two Step"? The midi is available on Perfesser Bill's ragtime site. I've always liked the cover on "Gasoline Rag""
Wednesday
Steve Harrison replied to Steve Harrison's discussion The Automobile Spin (1899)..Grace Walls Linn
"Hi marc, maybe you could send me a couple of your scores and I'll see if I can banjofy them..Steve."
Tuesday
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Tuesday
Trapdoor2 replied to Steve Harrison's discussion The Automobile Spin (1899)..Grace Walls Linn
"That is a nice little tune. Well done! I love early auto-related tunes...and have a good bit of related sheet-music. No banjo stuff though!"
Tuesday
Steve Harrison posted a discussion

The Automobile Spin (1899)..Grace Walls Linn

This is a pleasant tune and very much of it's time. It wouldn't have looked out of place in one of the early banjo tutors and it could easily have been written for the banjo. I've made a few amendments and banjofied a few bars and the end result…See More
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Pip replied to Trapdoor2's discussion "Length'ning Shadows" by Alf Bell
"Thanks Marc, It is a pretty one ... the melody on the 3rd strings suits the Zither nicely :) Thanks for sharing"
Jun 16
 
 
 

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