"According to Albert Baur, who knew Frank Converse, the pitch of the banjo was in A by the time or just after Converse wrote/edited the Briggs Banjo Instructor. Pretty much all other books and music for the banjo published after Briggs up to…"
"Hi Tim, this looks great! Good Job!!!
How much work would there be in transposing it up to C notation? The Briggs as well?
You could post to the Classic Banjo site and this would make it available to the people who read in C.
"Hi M'lou, Congratulations on taking the plunge to do it right.
Do a search here, on the Classic Banjo Ning site, as well as the Banjo Hangout for "A Notation" or "American Notation" or some combination and include my…"
"Could it be that part of your tuning problems are with the strings? Violins were gut string up to just befor WW1. There was a shortage of strings and some pros started using a wire first. This made it okay to use a wire first but…"
Joel-You sent me two sets of two picks. But, I think you only charged me for one. Could you please double check the sunshinewave order. And, if you've only charged me once can I send them back to the PO Box on the envelope?
Yes! Is this Tad the banjo player who entertained Texans in the 1880's, between poker games and gunfights? I was married last May, thus the additional last name. I retired and now live in Clayton, Ok, in the Kiamichi Mountains of the southeast part of the state.
More time for banjo playing!
I am working on frailing lately, but joined this site to see what I could learn re 1800's music.
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