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What is a 'Banjo'?

Many people when they hear the word 'Banjo' think of George Formby and laugh, usually humming...
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A Brief History Of The Banjo

The first mention we have of the banjo is inAmericain 1781, when Thomas Jefferson is quoted as...
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Beware! Playing the banjo is a fire hazard.

I played the saxophone as my main instrument for many years but I had always wanted to play...

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    I welcome students of all age groups and have taught Guitar, Mandolin and 5 String Banjo for 40+ years. My lessons are adapted for the level of the student's skills and interests and incorporate music theory where appropriate.
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    I teach all ages and all levels of ability are welcome - from complete beginners through to diploma level. Learn solely for pleasure, playing music you enjoy or find new challenges by working through the grades.
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    My wide experiences in education and other 'helping' occupations have been an excellent preparation for doing what I really love: tutoring learners of any age in a wide range of subjects.
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  • A Brief History Of The Banjo

    Danielle Saxon Reeves Banjo Teacher (Dudley) Picture The first mention we have of the banjo is inAmericain 1781, when Thomas Jefferson is quoted as saying “The instrument proper to the slaves is the banjar which they brought hither from Africa.” This instrument also brings to mind the Cora which is an African string instrument. There was no...
  • Beware! Playing the banjo is a fire hazard.

    Banjo Teacher (South East London) Picture I played the saxophone as my main instrument for many years but I had always wanted to play drums. My parents never liked the idea and certainly didn't encourage me in this. Later as an adult I never lived in a house or flat where playing a drum kit would be viable. Until that is, I moved to...
  • What is a 'Banjo'? Editor's Pick

    Leo Crossfield Banjo Teacher (Peterborough) Picture Many people when they hear the word 'Banjo' think of George Formby and laugh, usually humming 'When I am Cleaning Windows'. The banjo has a fascinating history originating from early forms of African instruments and was taken to the Americas during the 1800s and over the last 150 years has been...