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I've previously used Chris Sands nylon strings but I can't find them now. I have one set of mediums left but I think my current ones are Chris Sands lights. I tried to restring with Clifford Essex…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by carrie horgan Nov 1.
Hello - just asking for help on alternate picking in Queen of the Burlesque. In the first measure, there are two triplets and I am finding the fingering difficult on the second one. The section I am…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by carrie horgan Jun 25.
I am really enjoying reading the old BMG's. Apparently the staff of BMG were very impressed with this 'ingenious device' and bought a stockpile to sell to readers for a shilling each (BMG 1918 05) -…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Pär Engstrand May 4.
I'm interested in what were the most popular classic banjo tunes during the golden age of classic banjo (1880s to 1920). I am particularly interested in tunes written specifically for the banjo. I…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by carrie horgan May 6.
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I have been a way for a while - I got distracted trying to learn some AJ Weidt pieces on the tenor banjo - but I now have the itch to start playing the 5-string banjo again.
I thought I'd share some Playlists I created on YouTube for Sunday listening/watching: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb6ujCgXt0SQrmdTyZ3WOJqLe2h2HxeYJ
Here is another one which is more ragtime…Continue
Posted on November 5, 2017 at 9:00
A pretty little tune - this is the Herbert J Ellis version (but with the Dobson intro). Hope you like this one, Ian (our resident Bell Ringer)
Edit by Ian:
I have added a Music player for Carrie's recording.
Very nice indeed Carrie, and a nice sounding banjo too. You sound better than my Handbell Ringing Team…Continue
Posted on November 1, 2014 at 15:00 — 8 Comments