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Masters of the 5-string banjo

Tony Trischka

Masters of the 5-string banjo

in their own words and music

by Tony Trischka

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Oak Publications, Exclusive distributors, Music Sales Corp. in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Banjoists -- United States -- Interviews.,
    • Bluegrass musicians -- United States -- Interviews.,
    • Banjo music.,
    • Bluegrass music.

    • Edition Notes

      Discography: p. 409-413.

      Other titlesMasters of the five-string banjo.
      Statementby Tony Trischka and Pete Wernick.
      ContributionsWernick, Pete, 1946-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML399 .T78 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 413 p. :
      Number of Pages413
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2120315M
      ISBN 10082560298X
      LC Control Number88178288

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On a previous post about bending fingerpicks, several responses quoted the book Masters of the 5 String Banjo by Trischka and Wernick.

Amazon sells it for almost 60 bucks. Is this out of print. Is it worth it. And does anyone want to sell me a copy. Banjo Steve Moved from "BG Playing Advice.". Banjo Icon. Author: Gordon Castelnero,David L. Russell; Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield ISBN: Category: Music Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» As Earl Scruggs picked his banjo with machine gun precision at his debut at the Ryman Auditorium, he set in motion a successful career and enduring legacy that would eclipse anything the humble farm boy from North.

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Masters should be. Masters of the 5-String Banjo Excerpts from chapter on Earl Scruggs, by Pete Wernick. Earl Scruggs and importance of the melody: Another important aspect of Earl’s style can be traced back to some advice his mother gave him as a youngster after hearing him working on some “boogie” licks: “Earl, if your going to play, play something that has a tune to it!”.

Finally back in print. Called the most comprehensive banjo book ever written: over pages covering every conceivable aspect of the three-finger style.

Chapters include interviews, photos of the player's right hand position, how they wear their picks in addition to detailed discussion and analysis. Artists profiled iCategory: Media. He also has a backup book when you finish the beginner books and many, many other excellent tab books.

Janet Davis' You Can Play Banjo is a great beginner book. Janet is a prolific author and after you get through the beginner books, you can check out Back Up Banjo, Splittin' the Licks and Up the Neck, just to mention a few. Finding out Eddie Adcock wasn't included was a big disappointment.I question the validity of a book called "Masters of the 5-String Banjo" when it doesn't have a section on Eddie Adcock.

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Genre/Form: Interviews: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Trischka, Tony, Masters of the 5-string banjo. New York, NY: Oak Publications: Exclusive. The Scruggs Book at Learn the style of Earl Scruggs from the master himself. The Earl Scruggs book has been revised from its original version with easier to read tablature and the cassette audio tape is now on CD.

This is the original Earl Scruggs Book that featured tablature transcribed by Banjo player Bill Keith. The way I heard the story was Bill showed some of his.

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Learn advanced approaches to major and minor scales, continue with more rolls, and tackle new approaches to single-string and melodic style playing.

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But it won't have you playing actual tunes very fast. I use many of the exercises from here to warm up with -- they seem to get my fingers up to accurate.

About this Item: Peer International Corporation; (), NY, Soft Cover. First Edition. First printing of this instruction book/biography/song list from the bluegrass banjo master. Includes a Foreword by Nat Winston, illustrations by Burt Brent, and Biographical Notes by the author; pages.

The book/CD version includes a CD with Earl Scruggs playing and explaining over 60 examples! Earl Scruggs and the 5-String Banjo: Revised and Enhanced Edition - Book with C. Category.This particular piece is a Masterpiece 5 string Banjo with plush-hard shell case.

Rare, collectable and elegant. I purchased this banjo new in the early s, for about $, played it in my home off and on for about 8 years, had it gone-over by a friend and master luthier, RJ Storms, builder of custom banjos for Pete Seeger among others, then.