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carrie horgan commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Fun on the Wabash

"Great playing - you do the triplets justice!"
2 hours ago
Anurakt Scheepers posted a video

Fun on the Wabash

A composition for 5-string banjo by Parke Hunter.Parke Hunter was a famous banjo player, from a well known Bloomington family. Lived and worked in London UK ...
3 hours ago
thereallyniceman commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Zarana

"I loved Dave Hum playing this all those years ago, I loved Bill Ball playing it many many years ago and loved you playing this very difficult piece.  I just wish that I could play it half as well !!!!"
23 hours ago
Anurakt Scheepers posted a video

Zarana

A composition by Joe Morley (1867 - 1937).Arranged by Dave Hum, a legendary English banjo player who passed away far too young in 2012.You may check his vers...
Jun 13
Frank Coyne commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"Brilliant Anurakt,  well done! Brings back old memories. This was one of the first pieces we learned from our wonderful teacher Eddie Tobin more than fifty years ago! Frank, Dublin Ireland"
Jun 12
Jody Stecher commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"For what it's worth, here in the USA I have played for Schottische dancing. The repertoire was tunes that were thought to be intended for dancing the schottische, had names that sometimes included the word "schottische" and sometimes…"
Jun 10
Trapdoor2 commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"Hmmm. I would like to see references that state Harmonics are a prerequisite for a "Schottische". These are dance tunes, coming from the polka, etc. The music to be played for this dance is simply called a 'schottische'...and can…"
Jun 10
Joel Hooks commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"With our classic banjo canon there is "for use" music and concert solos.  "For use" would be a lot of the generic pieces, particularly published in the US between 1879 and 1900.  These are the basic sort of polkas,…"
Jun 10
TONY BRYAN commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"I don't think I was saying that the dance called the Schottische doesn't exist - they were once very popular, I have played them, the literature is full of it, and not a few PhD theses on the subject are available online, any time you are…"
Jun 10
Joel Hooks commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"Oh, wait, are you confusing Schottische with Scottish?  Those don’t have anything to do with each other.  Schottisches are slow polkas."
Jun 10
Joel Hooks commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"I don’t know Tony, pieces that carry “Schottische” in the title (or subtitle) follow a pretty clear form and harmonics rarely have anything to do with it, In late 19th century American publications I would guess conservatively that…"
Jun 10
Anurakt Scheepers commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"Thank you RNM! And Tony, thanks for sharing your knowledge. I deleted the Schottische dance-thing. To me this old music is really new, so I better not claim things until I know what |I'm talking about- you made me a little wiser now! "
Jun 9
TONY BRYAN commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Queen of the Burlesque

"Another gem of a classic banjo classic! Well done! Just one point: I don’t think this is a Schottische as such. The Schottische does exist as a dance in many countries, though from my researches I could not find that they had much in common…"
Jun 9
thereallyniceman commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
Jun 8
Anurakt Scheepers posted a video

Queen of the Burlesque

A happy Classic Banjo - tune (a "Schottische" dance) by the British banjo maker and -composer Arthur Tilley (1847 - 1921) http://www.vintagebanjomaker.com/t...
Jun 7
thereallyniceman commented on Anurakt Scheepers's video
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Eli Green's Cakewalk

"First Class playing! Look all you bluegrass pickers, you CAN play "Classic Style" on your banjo using fingerpicks and a bit of practice, and there is an endless supply of FREE music on here for you. Thank you Anurakt."
May 30

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