For enthusiasts of early banjo
There are 496 audio files played by Tim Twiss on this historical and monumental recording project, faithfully bringing alive the music of the 19th Century.
Thanks. Have any insomniacs tried this? ( I don't have isomnia, but listening to this stuff knocks me out every time. ) Something about the similar tambre and key centers......along with engaging melodies is a perfect formula for rest. Try it.
Mix any playlist of these tunes.....any tutor at any time. You'll notice each album is a tiny bit different due to the weather. I kike that...sometimes boomy and ringy...sometimes tight and crisp.
I received my copy in the mail today. It is totally awesome. There is enough material here to keep me busy learning new songs for years! Thanks for putting this together Tim.
I got all of Tim's up-to-date CDs at AEGB in 2014 and have since obtained the "Winners" book and CD and Early Banjo Tutor (Is this everything?) I have put the lot on my iPod so it goes with me almost everywhere. A truly amazing body of work - essential listening for students of the genre. Many, many thanks Tim!
Thanks Scott...glad it is useful. Don't forget the crown jewell...the Buckley 1868 in TAB
Hey Scott.....and any others. If you have CD's but lack a few, i am releasing them at a discount. The flash drive has driven them into obsolecense. (sp)
If you want to buy any to fulfilled the canon, I'll sell them for $2.00 apiece plus shipping.
The CD's are:
Briggs' 1 & 2
Buckley 1860 1, 2, and 3
Green Converse 1 and 2
Buckley 1868 1 and 2
Send me a PM for a deal
I see that I have all of them, plus Winners and Early Banjo Primer. I do not have Buckley 1868 in TAB. Shall I obtain this from you site?
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