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Clifford Essex Special X

Hi, What would be a reasonable price for one of these in good order, and are they good for classic banjo style?  Thnks Ritchie

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William Avery Turner

An acquaintance of mine has recently come into possession of a fretless banjo with the neck stamped William Avery Turner, London.  I am try…

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You're A Grand Old Flag (1906)..George M. Cohan.

This is another of Cohan's well known songs and one that was suggested by Richard. It's a very 'busy' arrangement and you have to be a bit…

Started by Steve Harrison

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Yankee Doodle Boy (Yankee Doodle Dandy) 1904...George M. Cohan.

After Richard mentioned his liking for the music of Cohan, I browsed through some of his compositions and wrote this barnstorming arrangeme…

Started by Steve Harrison

2 Oct 23
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name that tune please

I have just been listening to the Tony Lidington radio documentary called Pierrot Hero, very good it is too, curious if anybody can tell me…

Started by nick stephens

17 Oct 21
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1881 H.C. Dobson silver bell banjo from H.R.H Prince of Wales

About one of the most important banjos in the Hamamatsu City Musical Instrument Museum, from the Reuben Reubens collection to the T…

Started by Samurai Banjo

3 Oct 21
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Joy-Boy (1916)...A. J. Weidt.

Despite the rather uninspiring title, this a gem of a composition by AJW. As with many of his tunes, it was originally written for guitar. …

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Oct 19

Earliest Banjo Music Published in the UK

Hi all, any idea what was the earliest music for banjo published in the UK? Be it a tutor book or music score. Most of the tutor books don'…

Started by Pär Engstrand

0 Oct 19

Sympathetic Jasper (1905)..A Drag Rag..Edward Lester Catlin

This one of only two known compositions by Catlin, in his day he was better known as  a jobbing musician having been born into a musical fa…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Oct 18

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