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THE NEW JOHN FIELD BMG LIBRARY IS NOW OPEN!

Recently site member and fine banjo player of many styles, John Field from the UK, died and one his wishes was that his collection of BMGs…

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Razzle Dazzle (1909)..Nellie Mae Stokes.

This is a 'razzle dazzle' of a tune written by one of the many female ragtime composers. It's quite different from the tune of the same nam…

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Champagne Rag MKII (1910)...Joseph Lamb

This is a new arrangement of a tune I posted a year or two back. In my opinion it's one of the best Rags written by JL and it deserved a se…

Started by Steve Harrison in Classic Banjo

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WEBSITE DISCUSSION POST ERROR

IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS LOADING THE HOME PAGE PLEASE TRY USING THE CHROME BROWSER. Ning are STILL unable to repair errors that are affe…

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20th.Century (1900)..Harry A. Prior.

This is yet another early Two-Step/March that could have been written for banjo. I could find nothing about the composer, this is the only…

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Minnesota Shake-Down (1909)...William H. Penn

I would describe this tune as Hoedown meets polka. It's a very good banjo friendly tune by the composer of The Honeysuckle And The Bee (als…

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Rag-Alley Dream (1902)....Mattie Harl Burgess

This is a very good example of an early ragtime tune, it's written in the popular banjo friendly keys of Eb/Cm/Ab. For those of you familia…

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THE NEW JOHN FIELD BMG LIBRARY IS NOW OPEN!

Recently site member and fine banjo player of many styles, John Field from the UK, died and one his wishes was that his collection of BMGs…

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42 Jan 9
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Alfred Cammeyer now in Public Domain.

Cammeyer passed Dec. 22 1949.  By my math this year is the 70th calendar year after his death. I think that puts all of his work in the pub…

Started by Joel Hooks in Classic Banjo

6 Jan 8
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X.L.Rag (1903)...Lee Edgar Settle

This is the only other published tune that I could find by the composer of Missouri Waltz. It's a good example of early ragtime and as such…

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0 Jan 7

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