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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Does anybody know who T.E. and Geo. J. Trinkaus were?
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Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Joe Morley Playing for Sailors
"Joe Morley performed with Alec Hurley's concert party, 'The Jesters' in the early part of the !st world War, and they were known to have entertained the armed forces in Ireland at this time. This rare photograph may show Joe Morley…"
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Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Nice Classic Banjo for sale on BHO
"Nothing in the banjo world surprises me any more but this latest discovery about Bertolle is certainly  food for thought."
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Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Nice Classic Banjo for sale on BHO
"'Berrie and Bertolle' were  a music hall banjo duet, they also made a few records and, I think, were in the famous 100 strong banjo band at the London Palladium c1912. I had one of these 'Dexter' banjos at one time, a very…"
Friday
Richard William Ineson replied to Aaron Jonah Lewis's discussion Birthday Party Waltz, by Horace Weston - Sheet music? Recording/s?
"And mine."
Feb 24
Richard William Ineson replied to Milwaukee Matzen's discussion Banjo setup and phasing issue?
"One factor involved in the 'how many fourths' to buy in ratio to  unwound strings depends on if you play a lot of banjo tunes with bass string solos in them, Hunter's 'Alhambra March' can be quite heavy on fourths as…"
Feb 23
Richard William Ineson replied to Rainier Lanselle's discussion Tune identification
"A demanding piece which is well worth the effort of dealing with five flats, a key signature which, in the banjo world, I have come across only once before, in the the very sultry and atmospheric Spanish march, En El Camino' by Frank Lawes. We…"
Feb 2
Richard William Ineson replied to Milwaukee Matzen's discussion What banjo brands and models are considered great for classic banjo playing?
"Hi Milwaukee, You have my sympathy as I had a mild form of Covid in March, last year and know how lowering this infection can be, You have overcome many obstacles and setbacks already in your quest to play the banjo in the classic style, I have no…"
Feb 2
Richard William Ineson replied to David griffiths's discussion 12" hoop banjo
"Very nice, brought back many happy memories of sunny summer days playing this tune a long time ago."
Jan 28
Richard William Ineson replied to David griffiths's discussion 12" hoop banjo
"A good question, and as usual, there are more questions that answers, put it down to intuition."
Jan 27
Richard William Ineson replied to David griffiths's discussion 12" hoop banjo
"Ian, I would think that when you bought a banjo in 1900, you got what you were given."
Jan 27
Richard William Ineson commented on Jerron Paxton's video
Jan 23
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Tarrant Bailey Jnr. Recording. Now I know what this tune called (I think)
"I don't thinks so. If anyone has a copy of it in any form, can they post it on here as I would like to play it, and time is running out."
Jan 19
Richard William Ineson and Brett Lowe are now friends
Jan 10
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Turner's Banjo Monthly No. 153
"Jody, i thought that your point was that "It was near impossible not to know".the pronunciation of the names Cholmondeley, Featherstonhaugh, and Mainwearing, when you 'spent some time in England' and my point is that very few…"
Jan 9
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Turner's Banjo Monthly No. 153
"Jody, I was quite surprised to read your comment, "I've spent some time in England and was aware of the pronunciations of the three names you mentioned. It was near impossible not to know". You must have moved in exalted circles…"
Jan 9
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Turner's Banjo Monthly No. 153
"In connection with the banjo, someone once said to me, about a well known but deceased banjoist, "He couldn't play the banjo, he was a taxi driver"."
Jan 8

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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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