Richard William Ineson
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Roseland Romance by Norton Greenop
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Trapdoor2 Nov 21, 2021.

123rd anniversary of Parke Hunter's visit to Brighton
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard William Ineson Jan 7, 2021.

A H Nassau Kennedy compositions

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Does anybody know who T.E. and Geo. J. Trinkaus were?
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Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
"I'm not having any luck in finding the notes I made when I was looking at Cam's family history but will continue searching. There are articles about Cam in the B.M.G. magazines for Jan, Feb, March and April 1950 available here on the Ning…"
Jan 11
Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
"Cam's cottage, 'Luna Lure'  in Brailsford, now much extended/modernised, is now  called 'Park Leys'."
Jan 7
Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
Jan 6
Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
Jan 6
Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
Jan 6
Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
"I've also remembered that there was a Henrietta Cammeyer who was a concert pianist and was still alive in New York in the 1950s, she was around 100 years old at the time but she may not have been related to Alfred Cammeyer. Cammeyer and Essex…"
Jan 6
Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
"Glad to be of help, I nearly got her name right Eyles/Lyles. I do have some home addresses for the Cammeyer's when they lived in London. As to Vaughan hughes, he may have served in somewhere like The Sudan, I'll try to find out - it's…"
Jan 5
Richard William Ineson replied to Joanne's discussion Cabinet card Photos - Alfred D. Cammeyer?
"Hello Joanne, I'm the Richard who was looking for Cam's grave,  I haven't found it yet. From memory, his wife was called Annie Vaughan Hughes, and her marriage to Cam was her second, her first husband was an officer in the army,…"
Jan 5
Richard William Ineson replied to Russ Chandler's discussion Baffling tremolo diagram
"I agree Joel, attaining the necessary smooth and rapid flow of notes to simulate a continuous unbroken note is impossible but the banjo sounds good played in the tremolo style and has been used to good effect, using that style, in the past. Farland…"
Dec 30, 2022
Richard William Ineson replied to Russ Chandler's discussion Baffling tremolo diagram
"One other thing which occurred to me is why is B. Sheldon Green seen to be such an authority on the Tremelo? I don't know much about him apart from that he was from Australia/New Zealand and wrote a few tunes for the banjo and a couple of…"
Dec 29, 2022
Richard William Ineson replied to Russ Chandler's discussion Baffling tremolo diagram
"You win, I got confused (not uncommon these days) with the various references, but having re read your comment a few times I see that you say that Grimshaw said to brace with the thumb 'so the brace is on the opposite side of the 5 strings as…"
Dec 29, 2022
Richard William Ineson replied to Russ Chandler's discussion Baffling tremolo diagram
"Hunter and Barnes and Mullins both give examples of Sostenuto/Tremelo playing in the duo style in which the thumb is used to play the accompaniment whilst the melody is played on the 1st string so I cannot agree that Hunter and B&M advised only…"
Dec 29, 2022
Richard William Ineson replied to Russ Chandler's discussion Baffling tremolo diagram
"I'm not aware of any other books by Hunter but surely his coverage of Sostenuto/Tremelo (pages 36 -45) in his 'Banjo Studies' (pub. Dallas 1903) will satisfy even the most assiduous and enthusiastic student of the banjo? If…"
Dec 29, 2022
Richard William Ineson replied to Russ Chandler's discussion Baffling tremolo diagram
"Parke Hunter dealt, very comprehensively, with every form of tremolo anyone would be likely to play in his  famous book of studies. The Barnes and Mullins book also has an extensive coverage of the style. "
Dec 28, 2022
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Anyone identify these tracks?
"You all beat me to it.I'd taken a few sharpeners on board prior to Sunday lunch and took a nap afterwards. I didn't come round until about 9.00 pm and went straight to bed. The titles came to me in the night but by then it was too late. I…"
Dec 5, 2022
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Anyone identify these tracks?
"I also 'sort of recognise' them, the titles might come to me when i wake up form my late afternoon snooze."
Dec 4, 2022

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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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