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nick langton replied to Michael Wright's discussion Banjos in England
"When the photo was taken Mackney was apparently making regular appearances as one of a company of vocalists at the Canterbury Hall in Westminster, accompanied by Cecil Hicks on the pianoforte. "
19 hours ago
nick langton replied to Michael Wright's discussion Banjos in England
"Thacker's Overland News reported publication of Christy's Minstrels Banjo Tutor in August 1861."
yesterday
nick langton replied to Joel Hooks's discussion My Adventuresome Banjo, Cammeyer
"Yes, although it would be interesting to see the original Temlett patent if it still exists somewhere and to what extent it may have differed from Dobson's design and the typical later zither banjos.     "
Sep 21
nick langton replied to Joel Hooks's discussion My Adventuresome Banjo, Cammeyer
"Joel, This is a brief article from 1884 referring to a patent for some form of suspended pot.     "
Sep 21
nick langton replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Zither Banjo Production Origins
"The British Newspaper Archive has some references in 1890/1 to makers Arthur Tilley, John Hutton, Charles Hudson and J E Dallas. The Cammeyer zither banjo was apparently available from the Piccadilly Banjo Studio of Herbert J Ellis in 1889. Richard…"
Sep 13
nick langton replied to Hannah Urquhart's discussion Help needed to identify mystery banjo player
"Tanfield and Hill performed banjo and mandolin duets in Sheffield in the 1890s- the banjoist in the duo was possibly George Roger Tanfield (1870-1946)."
Jan 10
nick langton replied to Michael Wright's discussion Banjos in England
"In Brewster v Dallas 1888,  Brewster said that when he first met Dallas, about five years prior to 1887, he was a journeyman coachbuilder (supported by an 1881 census entry in Little Queen Street). An article from The Era 1888 ‘Brewster…"
Dec 8, 2021

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At 18:01 on March 3, 2012, thereallyniceman said…

Welcome Nick, Have a good look around the site and please join in! There is a pile of banjo related "stuff' available, from lessons and videos to free sheet music to general chat.

Enjoy your time on here!

Ian,thereallyniceman

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