Ring The Banjo / The Dragon - Katies Quartet - Katies Quartet (CD, Album)

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  1. Bagor Reply
    Ring, Ring The Banjo. Stephen Foster/arr. Earlene Rentz - Heritage Music Press. Click to review. Creative and fun to sing, this zestful setting of the old Stephen Foster song is filled with fascinating rhythms and exciting energy. The piano is imitative of the banjo sound from the opening measures and later the voices chime in with their own.
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  3. Male Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Katie's Quartet on Discogs. Label: Old Hat Music - OH3CD • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Folk.
  4. Migar Reply
    Preceding Alphabetic Section Return to Folk Index Homepage Bottom of File. Folk Music Performer Index - Go to Gors Go Lucky Four Appearance as principal performer. God Save Ireland, Traditional Irish Pub Songs, Vol. 2, Emerald PUB , CD (), trk .
  5. Sagore Reply
    Tone Ring. The tone ring is a critical voice element for the banjo. Different types of tone ring material and construction will change the sound of your banjo. From bell bronze with its full, powerful tonal dimension, to grenadillo wood with a warm, round tone, to the brightness of steel which is crisp, dry, and sparkling.
  6. Muk Reply
    Jun 22,  · Historically, Maple is the most accepted rim material in banjo building. Old time music banjos are commonly open back, with tone rings made of brass and the tone rings are lighter in weight. Some entry level banjos have steel tone rings that have a bright, responsive sound and feel.
  7. Arashirg Reply
    MLA citation style: Foster, Stephen C, and Stephen C Foster. Ring, Ring De Banjo!.Firth, Pond and Co., New York, monographic, Notated Music.
  8. Terisar Reply
    Combining a maple-resonator banjo body with a dreadnought-scale 6-string neck and head, this unique instrument is a fusion of Recording King's banjo and guitar lines. It's been designed with careful nut spacing that makes banjo picking and guitar fretting equally comfortable, so you have plenty of flexibility in how you play.

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