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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Aug 3
Richard William Ineson commented on carrie horgan's video
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Arthur Tilley zither banjo (Queen of the Burlesque)

"Well played Carrie, a tricky tune to negotiate with big jumps and then the many harmonics to get round."
Jul 19
Richard William Ineson replied to Andrew 'blind boy' Butler's discussion LaBella 17
"The Clifford Essex wound 4ths were/are wound with Monel which lasts a long time, they also sound very good. The best wound 4ths of the past were the Clifford Essex 'copper polished' 4ths which lasted a week if you were lucky but sounded…"
May 21
Richard William Ineson replied to Andrew 'blind boy' Butler's discussion LaBella 17
"Joe Morley does seem to have used a steel first string, A. P. Sharpe confirmed this in an article in the B.M.G. as he remembered selling them to JM in the 1930s. FVE had a couple of articles in the B.M.G. where he writes about banjo strings and how…"
May 10
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Query re The Royal Bogie Banjo march by W. Nice.
"Hello Steve, Sorry, I haven't got any of them, I just went through the Turner BB list of banjo solos and found the titles. There may be others which I didn't see. I remembered the song, because of its unusual title but I only have the…"
Apr 1
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Query re The Royal Bogie Banjo march by W. Nice.
"I also found a few pieces by W.Nice iin Turner's Banjo Budget. 316. Chiltonian, 319. Lancastrian Polka, 346. Wanderer's Challenge,  348. Royal Bogie, 350. Oxford and Cambridge March, 354. Royal Henley March, "
Mar 31
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Query re The Royal Bogie Banjo march by W. Nice.
Mar 31
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Query re The Royal Bogie Banjo march by W. Nice.
"I have also remembered that he sang a song called 'She Greases Her Socks with Margarine', I may have a copy of the front cover of the sheet music which features Mr. Nice playing his banjo. I'll try to find it tomorrow."
Mar 30
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Query re The Royal Bogie Banjo march by W. Nice.
"I remember that Tarrant Bailey Jnr had a banjo marked 'W Nice' so he might appear in Sharpe's list of banjo makers in the B.M.G."
Mar 30
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion A Seasonal offering from Richard Ineson
"Bickford's book is a treasure trove of pieces every banjo player should have under the belt. It has come to my rescue occasionally over the years with things like 'God Save the Queen' (America in B's book) 'The…"
Mar 15
Richard William Ineson replied to bud bennett's discussion Clifford Essex Music Company
"Very sorry to hear of the passing of Clem Vickery who i only met a few times over the years but we corresponded regularly when i was writing the 'From A Bath Chair' articles for his B.M.G. magazine. Clem was a fine banjo player and a joy…"
Feb 12
Richard William Ineson replied to Brett Lowe's discussion BMG Festival 1949
"I sent the video to Alan Middleton, here is his response: I can  identify my father and I arriving with two banjo cases and my Lacôte guitar in its original wooden case at 7:24 according to the time line.  I hadn’t realised I…"
Dec 11, 2021
Richard William Ineson replied to Michael Wright's discussion Banjos in England
"Ons aspect of the popularisation of the banjo in the UK (or Great Britain as it was known at the time) which could not have occurred in the USA, was the influence of Queen Victoria on making the instrument 'respectable'. Queen Victoria was…"
Dec 7, 2021
Richard William Ineson replied to Brett Lowe's discussion BMG Festival 1949
"I've sent the film clip to Alan Middleton who was there at the time. He's 94 years old now but his mind is a sharp as a wire first string. I can remember a few of the faces but he will be able to name them all. He lives in Norfolk so we…"
Nov 21, 2021
Trapdoor2 replied to Richard William Ineson's discussion Roseland Romance by Norton Greenop
"Nope, that's a perfectly valid interpretation. I was just experimenting and discovered I liked playing it the way I described."
Nov 21, 2021
Joel Hooks replied to Richard William Ineson's discussion Roseland Romance by Norton Greenop
"Wait, am I missing something? I would play this legato up until M25, where I would begin to finger waggle tremolo the stems up while playing stems down with my thumb for all notes under tr~~~~~~~~~."
Nov 21, 2021

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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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