"I have no system . I have only a few originals of individual pieces These I keep in a manila folder. I do have some original books. These are on a book shelf. I do use these to read from. When learning a single banjo solo, not from a book,…"
"I thought we were just talking about original copies.
Heck, I scan everything. If it is mine, I share it here and/or on the Internet Archive so that it will be preserved in infinite copies over the entire world. If it belongs to the ABF, I…"
"I've added comments about all my sheet music - I play a lot of different things and run bands and orchestras etc, but have covered the banjo stuff first. So ignore the rest if it is of no interest - but I thought some people might find it…"
"I am afraid to admit that I have been using the "banker" file boxes. They are ugly and cheap. I get the heaver versions.
I do like the option that Ian posted, I may need to look into upgrading.
All the sheets are organized by…"
"I don't use binders, but the IKEA storage boxes are:
...cheap, they stack and have labels and you can file your documents in any way that you want to...i.e alphabetically, by composer, publisher, etc etc..... and at 10"…"
I have just moved house and I'm sorting out my library.How do you guys store your sheet music?Most classic banjo stuff seems to be the old 9.5" x 12.5" manuscript standard. Are there binders available?Any thoughts or suggestions?See More
Whilst doing some de-cluttering of my hard disks the other day I came across this off-air recording of Julian Vincent's 2007 documentary about the banjo. It's good fun and gives some decent space to the Classic style and the UK scene.I added some slides and put it on YouTube. See More
Here's a thing. Me playing the old music hall song "They're Beginning To Notice Me" as sung by George Robey.It's got a great story and the last verse is simultaneously absolutely filthy and also gloriously surreal pre Python nonsense.I got it from Sheards 7th Banjo Album in the archive here.I was interested to hear how they would have arranged a music hall tune back in the day. And now I know!https://youtu.be/VJHGkUQLMsSee More