Richard William Ineson
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A H Nassau Kennedy compositions

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Started Sep 29

Does anybody know who T.E. and Geo. J. Trinkaus were?
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Richard William Ineson commented on TONY BRYAN's video
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BUSHRANGERS MARCH

"Yes,I agree. I forgot about 'On the Ganges' which is another now which I played in the past with Bill Ball. As regards the 'Bushrangers' I wonder if Bert really understood that they were gangsters/highwaymen? Kelly and the rest…"
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Richard William Ineson commented on TONY BRYAN's video
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"An interesting tune nicely played, you don't hear Bert's pieces played very often. I used to do 'A Coon Song' but audiences didn't really understand the concept of a 'song without words' and 'Jumbo Rag'…"
Sunday
Richard William Ineson commented on Pär Engstrand's video
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Hazel Dell - arranged by Herbert J Ellis

"Lovely, more people should do this kind of thing."
Oct 23
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Yankee Doodle Boy (Yankee Doodle Dandy) 1904...George M. Cohan.
"A nice arrangement of this well known tune Steve, 'You're a Grand Old Flag' is another one which is worth playing. "
Oct 23
Richard William Ineson replied to nick stephens's discussion name that tune please
"Hi Steve, Yes I remember seeing it, 'Popularity' is a good tune which I used to play with Paul Whyman in the 90s (1990s that is) when i could still play the banjo."
Oct 21
Richard William Ineson replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion 1881 H.C. Dobson silver bell banjo from H.R.H Prince of Wales
"Yes Par, Cammeyer arrived in England in 1888, the year that the Jack the Ripper murders commenced, the 'Ripper' was supposed to have an American accent which also put Cammeyer 'in the frame' as they say."
Oct 21
Richard William Ineson replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion 1881 H.C. Dobson silver bell banjo from H.R.H Prince of Wales
"Hi Satoshi, Cammeyer mentions playing at Sandringham in January 1892, in his book, 'My Adventuresome Banjo', this performance was at the Duke of Clarence's birthday party, (he was Edward's and Alexandra's eldest son)…"
Oct 20
Richard William Ineson replied to nick stephens's discussion name that tune please
"I like the JJ medley and am also  a fan of Cohan, I just downloaded the Ossman cylinder from the Library of Congress who also have all of the sheet music to the songs and  I scribbled a rough arrangement down so that I could play it. My…"
Oct 19
Richard William Ineson replied to nick stephens's discussion name that tune please
"Joel, I agree that the days of people recognising even songs by the likes of Stephen Foster, are numbered so old ragtime songs are not going to get a look in at all. I had a copy of 'A Bunch of Rags' with the titles of the various songs…"
Oct 19
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"I've not seen this one before:-…"
Sep 29
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Turner’s Banjo Budget Complete Catalog/ Catalogue with Numbers?
"Good, there are gasp in this list presumably as some solos sold out they weren't republished. The gaps can probably be filled in from the covers of the solos which had a short list on each one. I may be able to fill in some gaps if you cannot…"
Sep 14
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Turner’s Banjo Budget Complete Catalog/ Catalogue with Numbers?
Sep 14
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Turner’s Banjo Budget Complete Catalog/ Catalogue with Numbers?
Sep 14
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Turner’s Banjo Budget Complete Catalog/ Catalogue with Numbers?
Sep 14
Richard William Ineson replied to nick stephens's discussion the banjo at the British seaside , my own presentation
"I put some stuff about all of this in the Joe Morley Biography. there are also details of  the Pierrot  Troupe's performances and repertoire mentioned in the various newspaper clippings which Antony Peabody discovered."
Sep 11

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At 7:19 on February 14, 2017, thereallyniceman said…

Welcome (again) to Ning,Richard! I see that you have re-registered using your new email address, thank you and we look forward to posts from Richard 2

:-)

Ian

At 18:28 on March 13, 2019, Eli K L said…

Hello, Richard! I am not, alas, the famous Eli K. Just a generic Eli starting to look into classic banjo. :-)

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