Richard William Ineson
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123rd anniversary of Parke Hunter's visit to Brighton
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A H Nassau Kennedy compositions

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Started Sep 29, 2020

Does anybody know who T.E. and Geo. J. Trinkaus were?
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Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion More BMGs added to the John Field Memorial Library
"I'll have you know that Boris Johnson has a second class degree in Classics, otherwise known as Greek and Roman fairy tales."
Aug 29
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion More BMGs added to the John Field Memorial Library
"You're right Rob, it's time for the younger end to step in, I seem to remember quite a few up and coming young banjo players knocking around at one time, I wonder what happened to them all? Personally speaking, I'm far too old to do…"
Aug 27
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion More BMGs added to the John Field Memorial Library
"I sent  Clem my 'From a Bath Chair' article  for the summer issue as usual but I received a letter dated 7th Jul 2021, from Clem saying that he could no longer edit the B.M.G. magazine because of ill health. He also said that if…"
Aug 27
Richard William Ineson commented on Rob MacKillop's video
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Rob MacKillop Plays Alfred Cammeyer's Zither-Banjo Compositions

"Glad to see that you are back in action, especially as the banjo world has suffered more than most during the lockdown and we need as many banjo players as possible to keep the vellums vibrating. Let's hope that someone takes over the…"
Aug 24
Richard William Ineson replied to Andy's discussion J G Abbott banjo info
"Looks like a 'Mirabile', very good banjos indeed, if you got this for £40.00 you've done very well."
Aug 17
Richard William Ineson replied to Ethan Schwartz's discussion Music for banjo orchestra
Aug 16
Richard William Ineson replied to Ethan Schwartz's discussion Music for banjo orchestra
Aug 16
Richard William Ineson replied to Ethan Schwartz's discussion Music for banjo orchestra
Aug 16
Richard William Ineson replied to Ethan Schwartz's discussion Music for banjo orchestra
Aug 16
Richard William Ineson replied to Ethan Schwartz's discussion Music for banjo orchestra
"I've searched for and found this arrangement of Cammeyer's 'Sammy on Parade' by Bernard Sheaff who was Cammeyer's 'star' pupil and who collaborated with Cam on, in my opinion' his best work, 'Marche en…"
Aug 16
Richard William Ineson commented on German David Patarroyo's video
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The Cotton Club (Frank Bradbury)

"A jolly tune, nicely played, well done. I also liked the film."
Jul 3
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Ossman Special banjo
"Arthur Tilley of Surbiton used to make banjos with all metal hoops, his signature and address was engraved in beautiful 'copper plate' writing on the inside of the hoop. The metal used was aluminium, which was quite an expensive metal in…"
Jul 3
Richard William Ineson commented on Anthony Derycke's video
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Mississippi Rag "1897" W. H. Krell ...

"Very nice, well played, must get the music out."
Jun 19
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Collars & Cuffs..1907..Clarence Hoard St. John.
"'Collar and Cuffs' was a commonly used term of derision  in those days for people we would now call 'fur coat and no knickers' or 'all wind and piss'. Eddie was a an odd ball and I think that the Royals were quite…"
May 16
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Collars & Cuffs..1907..Clarence Hoard St. John.
"'Collars and Cuffs' was the nickname of the Duke of Clarence,1864 - 1892, the eldest son of Edward V11 and Princess Alexandra, and the heir to the British throne; he was so called because, in modern parlance, he as a 'fashion victim.…"
May 16
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Edmund Forman front cover

"Hi Byron, I'll see if I can find this item amongst the mouldering pile; it's along time since it has seen the light of day."
May 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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