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HELP NEEDED. Anyone know anything about D. J. LLewellyn ?

I am trying to find any information on banjoist DJ (“Jack”) Llewellyn and his son. Jack Llewellyn Senior played with Bertini's Band at the…

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John Field Memorial BMG LIBRARY- UPDATED

Recently a banjo friend offered a very large number of BMG magazines to help fill the gaps in the John Field LIBRARY.  After a LOT of work…

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Spammer Attack on Classic Banjo Ning

I would like to warn all CB NING members about a spammer who slipped through our very strict security. If you receive a message from a pers…

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Oh! You Devil...1909..Ford T. Dabney

This is another tune recorded by The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra on Vol 2 of their Black Manhattan CD. (MP3 attached). It's a very elegant an…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 yesterday

Sheet music storage...

I have just moved house and I'm sorting out my library. How do you guys store your sheet music? Most classic banjo stuff seems to be the ol…

Started by Russ Chandler

6 yesterday
Reply by Jody Stecher

Pickled Beets Rag..1909..Edward Emery Kuhn.

This is the last of my covid 'lock down' arrangements and it's another very good example of ragtime music  written when ragtime was in its…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 on Sunday

Under The Double Eagle..1893..J.F.Wagner.

This is my take on this great march. It's one I hadn't heard before until it was mentioned byJoel in his recent post. I resisted the tempta…

Started by Steve Harrison

6 Apr 16
Reply by Trapdoor2

Nightingale Rag..1914..Lester Sill

So far I've been unable to find any information about the composer which is a pity as this is a very well written example of ragtime and mo…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Apr 15

Here is a good quality Vess Ossman recording for us all to admire!

I never cease to be amazed by the number of recordings that Tim Gracyk posts on Youtube and the trouble that he goes to in adding all the o…

Started by thereallyniceman

1 Apr 14
Reply by Shawn McSweeny

Terribly Sad News for the Classic Banjo Community

I am really sorry to let you know that I have just received the very sad news of the unexpected death of a leading member of the UK Banjo…

Started by thereallyniceman

34 Apr 11
Reply by marc dalmasso

Sweet Pickles (1907)..Theron C. Bennett

A very good composition from the composer of St. Louis Tickle, it's a medium paced two step with some nice syncopation and plenty of variet…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Apr 4

Clifford Essex wood-hoop special for sale (UK)

Hello - I'm looking to sell my CE Woodhoop Special that has been nicely refurbished and set-up by Alec Anness (Fen-based luthier and furnit…

Started by carrie horgan

0 Apr 2

Cool Title Sheet for Under The Double Eagle

I was scanning music recently and came across this arrangement of Under The Double Eagle by Ellis. and thought I would share it.  The Walte…

Started by Joel Hooks

8 Apr 2
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