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7-string banjo (with provenance!)
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I came across this - what looks like a fretless 7string banjo. …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by carrie horgan Nov 9, 2018.

Devil-May-Care (Olly Oakley)
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I have been enjoying listening to the Olly Oakley collection 'Banjo, Burlesque and Bolero'.  On the zitherbanjo.org.uk site there is mention of a tune he composed called 'Devil-May-Care' but,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jody Stecher Dec 12, 2017.

Outdoor banjo
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I keep hearing that skin-head banjos (and also nylon strings) are weather sensitive.  I haven't noticed this living in a temperate English climate but I wonder if playing outdoors in Autumnal weather…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard William Ineson Oct 19, 2016.

New Century Zither!
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Nice eye-candy but, ouch, I would expect gold leaf and diamond encrusted inlay at that price!…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard William Ineson Oct 2, 2016.

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Sam Payne's Tune

"The SSS came up whilst I was away from home on holiday.  Another one that got away was more recent and was a Weaver which appeared in a local, to me, saleroom, it was in good condition and had the initials 'JM' on the case. I'm…"
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Sweet Corn " A.J.Weidt"(1908)

"Sounds brilliant.  So great to hear a banjo duet.  I love A.J. Weidt tunes - they always put a smile on my face."
Feb 3
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Sam Payne's Tune

"Thanks for the comments.  That's probably true Par - it's easy to get lose pace when playing a tune with different repeats.  It's a good one for practicing alternate fingering and slides. I originally heard this tune on a cd…"
Feb 3
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Sam Payne's Tune

"A jolly tune that we don't hear very much these days, nice playing and the banjo tone is really good. Sam Payne's SSS 'Universal Favourite' came up for sale on Ebay a few years ago, it made £95.00 so somebody got a good…"
Feb 3
Pär Engstrand commented on carrie horgan's video
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Sam Payne's Tune

"Nice! I agree with Joel, the harmonics sound fine. I hope you don't take this as negative critisism, because it isn't, just an obesrvation. When you go back to the A part after playing the B part, it comes thru to me, as if you skip a…"
Feb 3
Joel Hooks commented on carrie horgan's video
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Sam Payne's Tune

"Darn Straight!  Harmonics sound pretty good to me. and tone is excellent with strong bass."
Feb 2
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Sam Payne's Tune

"Well done, Carrie! Your confidence in playing is showing up nicely. Bravo!"
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Sam Payne's Tune

This is meant to played 'Allegro'!
Feb 2
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Unnamed schottische

"That's a nice tune - well played, good timing all the way through."
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Lansing's Dream

"Well played David - good dynamics on the intro!"
Jan 29
carrie horgan replied to david caron's discussion What is the name of this tune?
"I'm pretty sure it is 'Lonestar Quickstep' (Goldby and Shephard) which is in Buehling's Folio 'Choice Music for Banjo and Banjeaurine'.   Yes, it's funny how people got themselves in a twist re: 'is it…"
Jan 28
carrie horgan left a comment for Clarke Buehling
"Dear Clarke  Thanks for messaging me back.  I enjoyed the interview and also, of course, your music (I have The Skirtlifters, Ozark Highballers and Banjo Gems albums).  It is very kind of you to offer to send or post the sheet music…"
Jan 27
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"Hi Carrie. I started a msg to you, but my finger hit a button somewhere...away it went. You mentioned you liked City Point Jig. If you would like a copy I can send it or post it on this site somewhere. It's in "A" notation. Clarke"
Jan 27
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Riverside Schottische & The Melrose Polka

"Well played, nice melodies - the first tune sounds very similar to Jubilee/Kingdom Coming."
Jan 24
carrie horgan replied to thereallyniceman's discussion THE NEW JOHN FIELD BMG LIBRARY IS NOW OPEN!
"I'm finding it fascinating - I have just been reading some BMGs from the 1920s and Emile Grimshaw is posting scores for popular tunes of the day like 'Everybody Loves My Baby' and there is a running column 'The Plectrum Banjoist…"
Dec 16, 2018

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Hello again...and some playlists

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…

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Posted on November 5, 2017 at 9:00

The Bell Chimes

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)

https://soundcloud.com/banjopickingal-1/the-bell-chimes

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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…

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Posted on November 1, 2014 at 15:00 — 8 Comments

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 19:03 on February 5, 2014, Alan Sims said…

hI Carrie , I realized after I asked you ,but that would be great . my email is jazzman3@btinternet.com

At 11:33 on February 6, 2014, Alan Sims said…

Thank you Carrie. I have put it in my learning folder.Have you tried zither banjo schottische .The tab is in library under David Wade nice tune and not to hard to play .

At 19:56 on March 10, 2015, Keith Wilson said…
Hello Carrie, Just watched your video, playing "The Jubillee".
Your playing sounds very tasteful on my old Stewart Banjeurine,
I recently sold it to Kevin @ Findajo !
Regards-Keith
At 18:45 on November 8, 2017, IAN SALTER said…

Hi Carrie,

I have really enjoyed playing stroke style from the Briggs' book on my tackhead but I'm finding the classic style much more satisfying, even at this very early stage. I'm taking it very slowly, working from 'Ellis's Thorough School' and as I'm retired, I have plenty of time to practice. I really do appreciate your offer of help.

If you, or any fellow players live near me and might fancy meeting up occasionally, please message me. I live near Eastbourne, East Sussex. I also travel to Oxfordshire every couple of weeks for a camping weekend so I could make a brief detour.

Best wishes, Ian.

At 16:48 on January 27, 2019, Clarke Buehling said…

Hi Carrie.

I started a msg to you, but my finger hit a button somewhere...away it went. You mentioned you liked City Point Jig. If you would like a copy I can send it or post it on this site somewhere. It's in "A" notation. Clarke

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