A Site Dedicated to all enthusiasts of Classic Style Banjo
Yep, I've scanned it. It is up on the Archive and free for anyone to use for anything they want (including posting here). I'm not sure how many people here would use A notation music and tutors, but I just added over 100 pieces of music-- which could be added here if you like. The more "copies" the better.
Here are the methods I've uploaded-- help yourself to them:
And here is all the stuff I've put up:
Most of them are for regular banjo but there are a few Spanish guitar, plectrum banjo, and harmonica books (I fooled around with Spanish guitar over COVID and have been playing around with harmonicas off and on longer than I have played banjo.).
That's an admirable and valuable undertaking. I hope it doesn't involve too much tedious, repetitive work.
On vacay starting today (for a week). In between fishing, picking and otherwise avoiding family (inlaws), I'll be bringing the laptop and will be starting my new project: extracting individual pieces from published collections (like Turners, Ellis, Jacobs, etc., etc.) and saving them individually so they can be more easily searched. Every tutor too...as they usually have pieces in the back.