Notes: A Quebecois tune popular in the Olympia session. Inspired by Allison de Groot's accompaniment of Adrianna Ciccone on Adrianna's album 'The Back of Winter' (it's the first tune in a medley they call 'Two old times'). Sheet music is in the Portland Collection, volume 1.
Eddie Collins’ Tabs & MP3s Full-sample tabs and MP3 sound files accompany nearly every book on this site. Feel free to browse and grab these freebies. There are also track sound bites from all of my CDs. You can listen to complete tracks from any of my albums that are carried on my CD Baby page.
This is an excellent way of not only seeing but reading how to execute this technique which forms part of a lesson from his BMG magazine contributions. On the second video he plays one of Eddie's Vox 4 banjos, on loan courtesy of Mr. Eddie Peabody Jr. Very well don Ron, keep them coming! Click here to view via Youtube. Banjoland,
Two breaks as played by Ralph Stanley on the Stanley Brothers session for King Records and two breaks as played by Tom Adams in for Shawn Lane's album "All For Today". Ralph's second break starts out up-the-neck for the first half before moving back down-the-neck for some signature rolls where the index finger picks the 4th string.
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Eddie Peabody made two record albums in the 's on "How To Play The Banjo". Following are the lessons in video format for both beginning and advanced banjo players: Note to 5-string banjo players: The 4-string plectrum banjo is the same as a 5-string banjo only without the 5th string.
What is Melodic Style Banjo? by David Bandrowski on February 2, Share. Melodic style banjo is a style of 3 finger 5 string banjo playing that was created in the early ’s by banjoists such as Bill Keith and Bobby Thompson so that they could play note for note fiddle melodies. While Scruggs style is the most popular style of playing.