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1881 H.C. Dobson silver bell banjo from H.R.H Prince of Wales
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard William Ineson Oct 21, 2020.

Yokohama Banjo Festival 2020 Now live streaming!!
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[Yokohama Banjo Festival2020]Now live streaming!!In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, we decided to have a live show with no audience at this year's Yokohama Banjo Festival.We think that…Continue

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Reuben Reubens Paper Collection Released
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All Classic Banjo Ning FansI 'm Satoshi Hara (Samurai Banjo), a Japanese banjo player and member of the Classic Banjo Ning.I 'm always looking forward to entertaining and enjoying the huge amount of…Continue

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Do you know anyone about Salvatore Di Grazia of Brooklyn?
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Jody Stecher replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion Does anyone know about the Austrian banjo player John Gorman who was in Japan around 1910?
"Thank you for your posts. The history of mandolin and banjo in Japan is interesting to me!"
Dec 31, 2021
Samurai Banjo replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion Does anyone know about the Austrian banjo player John Gorman who was in Japan around 1910?
"Unfortunately, John Gorman (1888-1970) seems to have disposed of his instruments after World War II. However, this first Japanese mandolin club concert held on May 12, 1912 was a very important concert in the history of mandolin influx in Japan, and…"
Dec 31, 2021
Jody Stecher replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion Does anyone know about the Austrian banjo player John Gorman who was in Japan around 1910?
"OH!  Do any of his grandchildren play banjo?"
Dec 30, 2021
Samurai Banjo replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion Does anyone know about the Austrian banjo player John Gorman who was in Japan around 1910?
"I'm sorry.I didn't visit his parents' house, butI visited the house he lived in before he died.And I met his grandchildren."
Dec 30, 2021
Jody Stecher replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion Does anyone know about the Austrian banjo player John Gorman who was in Japan around 1910?
"You were able to visit John Gorman's parents? How old are they? John looks to be at least 20 years old in 1912. So if his parents are alive they must be each at least 130 years old."
Dec 30, 2021
Samurai Banjo replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion Does anyone know about the Austrian banjo player John Gorman who was in Japan around 1910?
"Hi everyone. It's been two years since I wrote this article. While there, I found the original concert program paper and learned more about John Gorman and this first joint banjo and mandolin concert in Japan. John lived in the foreign…"
Dec 30, 2021
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Byron Thomas replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion Reuben Reubens Paper Collection Released
"Hamamatsu city here I come! Gotta see that 9 sting banjo in person!"
Jan 5, 2021
Richard William Ineson replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion 1881 H.C. Dobson silver bell banjo from H.R.H Prince of Wales
"Yes Par, Cammeyer arrived in England in 1888, the year that the Jack the Ripper murders commenced, the 'Ripper' was supposed to have an American accent which also put Cammeyer 'in the frame' as they say."
Oct 21, 2020
Pär Engstrand replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion 1881 H.C. Dobson silver bell banjo from H.R.H Prince of Wales
"Interesting. I read somewhere that Cammeyer was a suspect in the Jack the Ripper murders? Maybe both?"
Oct 20, 2020
Richard William Ineson replied to Samurai Banjo's discussion 1881 H.C. Dobson silver bell banjo from H.R.H Prince of Wales
"Hi Satoshi, Cammeyer mentions playing at Sandringham in January 1892, in his book, 'My Adventuresome Banjo', this performance was at the Duke of Clarence's birthday party, (he was Edward's and Alexandra's eldest son)…"
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Samurai Banjo replied to Carl Anderton's discussion Frank Converse on Horace Weston.
"Banjo player Sam Pride's banjo recognized by Mark Twain. http://minstrelbanjo.ning.com/forum/topics/forgotten-players-in-the-famous-twain-quote?overrideMobileRedirect=1&xg_raw_resources=1 That was made by Charles Morrell, in 1863. "…"
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":-) I guess you're right. Can't say I particularly like the look of them either. I was just curious if there's something special about them."
Sep 1, 2020

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Film release in all US from today!!

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I Introduce the movie.

Starting today in the United States



Trailer:scene I play the banjo

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