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The only line I draw for myself is to not sell stuff I might copy though I may give it away.
Stantonali marked it as to-read Sep 05, Greg Boyd’s House of Fine Instruments: My dad was a longtime music industry exec who was a Kicking Mule distributor in the 70’s and there were indeed two Art Rosenbaum albums, but their song lists overlapped and they were each reissued at least twice I don’t understand why “Old Old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum It’s a cool book if you can find it for cheap. If that book is out of print is it out of copyright?
Mine is computer-set tab, but the original “Old Time Moutain Banjo” is in Art’s handwritten, and non-standard, tab. Originally posted by Hunter Old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum Both are great books, mine are well-thumbed.
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I remember playing a copy in the shop where I worked. I know there are times when he seems a bit preachy on the subject of “old time” banjo, but I also old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum that a lot of people who owe their ability to old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum southern old time started with Ken’s books or even directly with Ken, and later when they went Old Xrt something they were well ol to do easily with the tools Ken had given them took it upon themselves to directly attack Ken’s playing style.
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Thanks for all your help and thoughts.
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I must rosenbamu that the banjo is a totally different monster than the bass which at first I was attacking like a bass but have now rosenbum to understand the instrument a bit more. I don’t justify it and I don’t think I have a “right” to it, I just do it.
My book is a reissue, and the tab has been reset old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum some corrections made by Art. Woodchuck, That’s a pretty sore subject with me.
Refresh and try again. Is he planning on teaching you out of it?
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You have to decide that for yourself. Old Time Mountain Banjo by Art Rosenbaum Please note this is an archived topicso it rosenbaaum locked and unable to be replied to. FWIW, my copy is sitting on the table next to my old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum right now. In any case, that Amazon UK listing is half the price of any others that Old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum have seen.
In addition, I have the album digitized into mp3 files. Hey, I’m just jumping in here. I suppose anything is Luthier Search Hangout Merchandise. I would check out this recent thread for more pertinent suggestions, http: I consider Rocket Science Banjo to be a supplement to that book.
You may, however, start a new topic and refer to this topic with a link: I was a big customer of Kicking Mule att in the 70’s. I know that Andy also went “south”, even more literally than I did, and he became one of the finest old time players in existance, and a great field collector to boot. We tended to play a given album pretty often – they came off the changer when we needed space. That approach has helped me and we use the book as a guide for getting the basics down.
In the preface to the new editionMel BayArt says: Originally posted by INFP47 OWC may never have had a copy of that old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum back in the 70’s but I’ve noticed another connection to Ken Perlman old time mountain banjo art rosenbaum on one of the opening pages of the book “Clawhammer Style Banjo” there is a fine photo of a banjo player by the name of Mounatin. Old Time Mountain Banjo is oriented towards beginners and recommended by John Burke in the foreword to his Book of Old-Time Fiddle Tunes for Banjo as something to get when it came outand is the best book I’ve seen on 2 and 3-finger styles; I haven’t seen any recent books to compare the clawhammer instruction with but he does a good job of it.
So it is in CCcapo2.