Hunleth Music Store Sheet Music and Photograph Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Autographed prints

School Wind Band Music Octavos

Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books

Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books

Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books

Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books

Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books

Gibson School of Music Records

Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books



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Collection Overview

Title: Hunleth Music Store Sheet Music and Photograph Collection, ca. 1880-1986Add to your cart.

ID: 12/9/123

Primary Creator: Hunleth Music Company (1901-1974)

Extent: 100.0 cubic feet

Arrangement:

Organized in nine series: Series 1: Autographed Prints, ca. 1880-1950; Series 2: School Wind Band Music Octavos, ca. 1880-1970; Series 3: Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books, 1888-1969; Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960; Series 5: Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Music and Method Books, 1898-1970; Series 6: Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1891-1969; Series 7: Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books; Series 8: Gibson School of Music Records, 1889-1937; Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books. Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 are organized in two sub-series within each series, Sub-series 1: Sheet Music and Sub-series 2: Method Books. Content of all Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 arranged alphabetically with untitled materials at the beginning. Series 8: Gibson Music School is organized alphabetically by title for sheet music and method books. Correspondence, advertisement, and minutes have been placed at the beginning. Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books is organized alphabetically by composer.

The original order is no longer evident. Series containing music have been structured to mimic a music store model in which sheet music and method books are separated by principal instrument. Series order listed in order of processing.

Date Acquired: 02/01/1974. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Accordion, Autoharp music, Bands (Music), Banjo music, Business Records, Correspondence, Guitar music, Hawaiian guitar music, Mandolin music, Music stores, Photographs, Teaching Methods, Zither music

Formats/Genres: Sheet music

Languages: English, Russian, German, Spanish;Castilian, Italian, French

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of unsold published sheet music and method books that were part of the Hunleth Music Company (St. Louis, MO)'s unsold stock when the store closed in 1974. It documents the types of published music typically sold to musicians and band ensembles in the U.S. Midwest during the first half of the 20th century. Also includes a small number of collector photographs documenting Midwestern classical music and opera performers at the turn of the 20th century and records related to local music teacher Robert Lehrmann (1879-1948) and the Gibson School of Music (1889-1937).

The University of Illinois purchased nearly 750,000 pieces of unsold sheet music and unsold 78-rpm sound recordings after the Hunleth Music Co.'s closure in 1974. This collection reflects only a portion of the store's unsold inventory.

Biographical Note

After 27 years as proprietor of the Standard Pulley & Foundry, Frank J. Hunleth, sold his shares in the company and opened the Hunleth Music Company in 1901, at the encouragement of his son, Joseph F. Hunleth. Frank J. Hunleth purchased a building located at 9 South Broadway, Saint Louis, Missouri, which was previously owned and occupied by A. T. Walo's Music Company. In 1908, Frank J. Hunleth's sons, Joseph F. Hunleth and Alois J. Hunleth, assumed management of the store. The Hunleth Music Co. moved to a larger building at 516 Locust Street in 1915, where it remained for nearly 40 years. Joseph F. Hunleth traveled to Europe yearly to buy music and instruments for the Hunleth Music Co., introducing Midwest musicians to music published outside the country. He bought sheet music in such a high volume that U.S. publishers would show him scores before deciding whether to publish them to guarantee sales. After the Locust building was purchased by First National Bank in 1952, the store moved to 415 North Broadway, where it remained until it closed in 1974. Joseph and Alois Hunleth operated the company as partners until Alois's death from a heart attack in 1959. Joseph continued to operate the company as sole owner until his death in 1968, when ownership of the company passed to Joseph's widow, Violet B. Hunleth. She retained ownership until the company's closure in 1974. The building housing the music company was demolished to make way for the Mercantile Center between 1975-1979, a redevelopment project that was never completed.

The Hunleth Music Company's store consisted of five floors of music instruments and sheet music, making it an important hub for the music trade in the Midwest. Hunleth Music Co. also dealt in rare instruments and specialized in imported violins from makers in Germany, Italy, and France. It carried Victor, Columbia, and Brunswick sound recordings; Victorolas; and radiolas; and it had its own radio department, indicating that the store not only served musicians but also music listeners. The store also sold tickets for concerts and performances for acts like Bily May and Count Basie at the Casa-Loma Ballroom in Saint Louis connecting the store to St. Louis local music scene. Hunleth Music Co. was the gathering site for musicians both unknown and well-known, such as Fritz Kreisler, Jascha Heifetz, Mischa Elman, Yehudi Menuhim, and Rudolph Ganz. According to a long-time employee, it had "the gemutlicheit of the easy-going business" that attracted customers to the "wonderful family-like organization." In its heyday the Hunleth Music Co. held over a million copies of sheet music and the largest collection of 78-rpm sound recordings in St. Louis.

Subject/Index Terms

Accordion
Autoharp music
Bands (Music)
Banjo music
Business Records
Correspondence
Guitar music
Hawaiian guitar music
Mandolin music
Music stores
Photographs
Teaching Methods
Zither music

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals: Addition of Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books materials added on Dec. 6th, 2018.

Acquisition Source: Purchase of unsold stock upon closure of the J. F. Hunleth Music Store, 415 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri in 1974.


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[Series 1: Autographed prints, ca. 1880-1950],
[Series 2: School Wind Band Music Octavos, ca. 1880-1970],
[Series 3: Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books, 1888-1969],
[Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960],
[Series 5: Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1898-1970],
[Series 6: Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1891-1969],
[Series 7: Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books, 1894-1965],
[Series 8: Gibson School of Music Records, 1889-1937],
[Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books, 1893-1986],
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Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960Add to your cart.
Consists of sheet music and method books for the tenor, plectrum, and five-string banjo published between 1900 and 1960. Arranged into two separate subseries for sheet music an method books. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Sub-Series 1: Sheet MusicAdd to your cart.
Consists of solo and ensemble arrangements for banjo and folios consisting of multiple pieces. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the individual piece or folio. Pieces within folios are listed.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Aida - Corn Flower Waltz, 1910-1928Add to your cart.

Guiseppe Verdi, "Celeste Aida"; Richard A. Whiting, "Ain't We Got Fun"; George L. Comb, "All Aboard for Rock-A-Bye!"; A. J. Weidt, "Eventide" (Reverie) (Piano); Alfred S. Gatty, "O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove" (Guitar Solo); Kendis & Brockman, "All I Have Are Sunny Weather Friends";

The American Folio For Banjo Band. 2nd Tenor Banjo. Pieces include: Zarh Myron Bickford, "Gringo" (March); Jimmy Kennedy, "As You Know" (Fox Trot); Joseph W. Nicomede, "Cora?" (Waltz); Jimmy Kennedy, "Sunita" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Kankakee Blues" (Blue Fox Trot); Warren N. Dean, "Inspiration Waltz";

William Morris, "Antelope" (Fox Trot); A. C. Brockmeyer, "Anthony Waltz"; Irving Berlin, "At Peace With the World" (Fox-Trot); Al Jolson & Vincent Rose, "Avalon" (Fox Trot or March); Egbert Van Alstyne, "Baby" (Fox Trot); Davis & Akst, "Baby Face" (Fox Trot); Donalson, Egan, and Whiting, "Bamboo Bay" (Fox Trot);

The Banjo-Saxo Folio for Two Saxophones and Tenor Banjo. Pieces include: Joseph W. Nicomede, "Sweetheart Be Always True to Me" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Just a Cottage (Then the Rest of the World Can Go By)" (Waltz); Jimmy Kennedy, "Why Do You Care (When I'm Never Around)" (Fox Trot); Z. M. Bickford, "Barbershop Blues" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Betty Jane" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Rainbo Waltz"; Jimmy Kennedy, "That Jazzy One Step"; Jimmy Kennedy, "While Paris Sleeps" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Virginia's Calling Me Back" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Irish Rose O'Mine" (Fox Trot);

Richard A. Whiting, "Bimini Bay" (Fox Trot);

Carl Fischer Popular Hit Folio No. 3 for Full Mandolin Club. Banjo Solo. Pieces include: Harry von Tilzer, "There's Someone More Lonesome Than You" (One-Step); Brooks & Shrigley, "Walkin' the Dog" (Fox Trot); Evan Reid & P. de Rose, "When it's Cherry Time in Tokio"; Lake, "One, Two, Three, Four" (Hawaiian Waltz); Harry von Tilzer, "On The South Sea Isle" (Fox Trot); Roy Barton & Jerry Mills, "Brown Skin (Who You For?)" (One-Step); Alexander and William, "There's a Rose in this World for Us All" (Waltz); Lester Brockton, "My Soldier Boy" (One-Step); D. Kaiulana, "Hawaiiana" (Original Hawaiian One Step); Brown & Shrigley, "Bull Frog Blues" (Fox Trot); Harry von Tilzer, "On the Hoko Moko Isle" (One-Step); P. K. Lua & D. Kaili, "Kilama-Wailana" (Hawaiian Waltzes); Slap White, "Pussyfoot" (Fox Trot); Harry von Tilzer, "I Sent My Wife to the Thousad Isles" (One-Step); P. Lua and D. Kaili, "Hilo" (Hawaiian One-Step); Harry Potter, "Blue Monday" (Fox Trot); Hoier & Morgan, "When Northern Eyes of Blue (Surrendered to the Southern Gray)" (One-Step); P. K. Lua & D. Kaili, "Kahola-Honolulu" (Hawaiian Marches) (One-Step); James White, "Morning, Noon and Night" (Fox Trot); M. L. Lake, "Some Jazz Blues" (Fox Trot);

Georges Bizet, "Toreador Song (from Carmen); Pietro Mascagni, "Intermezzo (from Cavalleria Rusticana)"; Henry Creamer & Dave Franklin, "Childhood Days" (Fox-Trot);

Choice Banjo Duets. 1st Banjo. Pieces include: George Barker, "Armanini" (Valse de Concert); Goerge Barker, "The Banjo King" (Quickstep); George Barker, "Brace 'Em Up Galop"; George Barker, "Cadet Galopade"; Goerge Barker, "Dandy Fifth"; George Barker, "The Darktown Military Band"; Goerge Barker, "Flirtation Gavotte"; George Barker, "G. I. B." (Banjo Jig); George Barker, "Grace Note Galop"; H. Trotere, "In Old Madrid Waltz"; Goerge Barker, "La Ballerina Waltz (The Ball Room)"; George Barker, "L'Ingenne March"; Leo Ernst, "Lords and Ladies" (Gavotte); Goerge Barker, "Medley"; George Barker, "Memoirs of Minstresly"; Leo Ernst, "Natalee" (Spanish Mazurka); Goerge Barker, "Santa Lucia" (Spanish Dance); Jakobowski, " Selections from 'Erminie'" (No. 1 & 2); George Barker, "Stock Brokers' Quickstep"; George Barker, "The Tenor Polka"; George Barker, "Venetian Waltz";

Claud C. Rowden's Progressive Elementary Compositions for Banjo. 1st and 2nd Banjo. PIeces include: "March of Progress"; "Rustic Dance"; "Dance of the Nymphs";

William C. Stahl, "College Days" (March and Two Step); Charles Coote, Jr., "Corn Flower Waltz".

Folder 2: Dancing with Tears in my Eyes - Home Circle Banjo Solo, 1894-1930Add to your cart.

Joe Burke, "Dancing with Tears in My Eyes" (Waltz); Clifford Essex, "The Darkies' Dawn"; Albert Gumble, "Darktown Dancin' School"; John Philip Sousa, "The Directorate March"; Walter Donaldson, "Dixie Highway" (Fox Trot);

Charles M. Rothermel, Eight Famous Banjo Solos. Tenor Banjo Solo. Pieces include: "Auto Parade" (March); "Topaz March"; "That's That Rag"; "Hay Seed Jed" (A Rube Strut); "Meadow Dreams"; "The Swan's March"; "Sun Mon Jon" (Chinese Puzzle); "Hot Buns";

Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh, "Exactly Like You" (Fox-Trot); Charles Gounod, "Soldier's Chorus";

M. J. Scheidlmeier, Five Novelty Solos for Plectrum Banjo. Pieces include: "Adoria" (Dance Caprice); "Knights of the Air March"; "Sonia" (Concert Waltz); "Banjophobia"; "I've got the Banjo Blues";

Walter Burke, "Hallowe'en Dance"; Goerge W. Meyer, "Happiness (I Find My Happiness, Dear, With You)" (Fox Trot); Goerge W. Meyer, "Hiawatha's Melody of Love" (Valse); Various Authors, "The Banjo Players Pastime".

Folder 3: I'm in the Market - Merz's Banjo Band, 1920-1935Add to your cart.

James F. Hanley, "I'm in the Market For You" (Fox-Trot); Karyl Norman & Edwin J. Webber, "I'm Through (Shedding Tears Over You)" (Fox Trot); Shields & Evans, "In Good Old Summertime"; Herman Finck, "In The Shadows" (Dance); Floyd & Glaser, "In Your Arms" (Ballad-Fox Trot); Chris Smith, "The Irish Were Egyptians Long Ago" (Fox Trot); Mabel Wayne, "It Happened in Monterey" (Waltz); Harry Reser, "Jade: A Chinese Study"; Richard A. Whiting, "The Japanese Sandman"; Albert Harvey, "Jingle Bells March";

The Junior Folio for Banjo Band. Pieces include: Joseph W. Nicomede, "The Junior March"; Joseph W. Nicomede, "Veno" (Fox Trot); G. Muder, "Thelma Watlz"; Joseph W. Nicomede, "Rudy" (Fox Trot); G. Muder, "Sweet Remembrance" (Waltz); G Muder, "California Rose";

Burtnett & Fisher, "Just Keep a Thought for Me" (Fox Trot); Seymour B. Simons & Nora Bayes, "Just Like a Gipsy" (Fox Trot); Joe Burke, "The Kiss Waltz"; Jean Schwartz, "(Tell Me What's The Matter) Lovable Eyes" (Slow Fox Trot); Gaetano Donizettie, "Sextet" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); Harold B. Freeman, "Lullaby Time" (Waltz); Dee Wells, "March of the Strings"; Artemas Higgs, "Red Cross (Croix Rouge)" (March); W. V. Wallace, "Scenes That Are Brightest" (from Maritana); Artemas Higgs, "Maud Muller" (Waltz); Roy Smeck, "Memories of the South";

Merz's Banjo Band. 1st, 2nd, and 4th Tenor Banjo, 1st and 2nd Plectrum Banjo, Guitar Banjo, Obbligato Mandolin Banjo, and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: John Anderson, "Gwanda" (Fox Trot); John Anderson, "La Primavera" (Valse Espagnola); S. Cusenza, "Beautiful Spring" (Waltz); Otto Merz, "March - The Guild"; William J. Smith, "Play It Again" (Fox Trot); S. Cusenza, "The Winner" (Fox Trot); C. M. Rothermel, "Auto Parade" (March); William J. Smith, "Harmony March"; Otto Merz, "Ecstasy of Youth" (Waltz); William Lange, "Mediator March".

Folder 4: Most Popular Banjo Dance Folio - Nobody to Love, 1915-1927Add to your cart.

The Most Popular Banjo Dance Folio. Guitar accompaniment. Pieces include: Oscar Straus, "A Waltz Dream" (Waltzes); Meyer Lutz, "Faust-Up-To-Date" (Schottische); Johann Strauss, "One Heart One Mind" (Mazurka); E. Waldteufel, "L'Espirit Francais" (Polka); Franz Lehar, "The Merry Widow" (Two Step); Louis Tocaben, "Ballroom Strains" (Waltz Quadrille); Louis Tocaben, "College Days" (Quadrille); Louis Tocaben, "La Favorita" (Lanciers); Richard Eilenberg, "Return of the Troops" (Two Step); F. Mario Costa, "A Franzesa" (Two Step-March); T. Turner, "Dancing in the Barn" (Schottische); A. Pestalozza, "Ciribiribin" (Waltz); Louis Tocaben, "Collection of Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes"; Ernest Alberti, "Plantation Christening" (Cakewalk); F. Budick, "Jolly Brothers" (Galop); Richard Eilenberg, "The First Heart Throbs" (Gavotte); Philipp Fahrbach Jr., "Under the Chesnut Tree" (Spanish Yorke); Navarro, "Amorosa Mazurka" (Three Step); Louis Tocaben, "Danza Habanera"; H. Trotere, "In Old Madrid" (Bolero); Mozart, "Ox Minuet" (from Don Giovanni); Robert Atkinson, "With the Crowd" (Two Step); J. Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (from Les Contes d'Hoffman) (Waltzes); Juventino Rosas, "Over the Waves" (Waltzes); Otto Roeder, "Love's Dreamland" (Waltzes); Johann Strauss, "Artist Life" (Waltzes); J. F. Wagner, "Under the Double Eagle" (March);

The Most Popular Banjo Pieces. Pieces include: George Rosey, "Wooing" (Valse Intermezzo); Francis Thome, "Simple Aveu" (Romance); Xaver Scharwenka, "Polish Dance"; A. Rubinstein, "Melody in F"; Gabriel-Marie, "La Cinquantaine (Air a l'antique)"; J. Raff, "Cavatina"; A. E. Wier, "College Medley"; Charles Gounod, "Sing, Smile, Slumber" (Serenade); L. Gauthier, "Le Secret" (Intermezzo); R. Schumann, "Traumerei"; Yradier, "La Paloma" (Mexican Serenade); G. Pierne, "Serenade"; Charles Gounod, "Ave Maria"; Ernest Alberti, "Enchantment" (Waltzes); P. Mascagni, "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Intermezzo); Donizetti, "Sextet" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); Charles Borel-Clerc, "La Sorella"; J. Faure, "The Palms"; Gabriel-Marie "Serenade Badine"; Richard Wagner, "Bridal Chorus" (from Lohengrin); E. Gillet, "Loin du Bal (Echoes of the Ball)"; M. Hauser, "Cradle Song"; L. Delibes, "Pizzicato" (from Ballet Sylvia); Alfred Margis, "Valse Bleue"; F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, "Spring Song"; A. Corbin, "Santiago" (Spanish Waltz); G. Braga, "Angel's Serenade"; A. Thomas, "Mignon" (Entr'acte); Alphons Czibulka, "Love's Dream after the Ball" (Intermezzo);

The Most Popular Banjo Operatic Pieces. Pieces include: Georges Bizet, "Habanera" (from Carmen); Rossini, "William Tell (Selection)"; G. Verdi, "La Traviata (Selection)"; V. Wallace, "Maritana (Selection)"; R. Wagner, "Pilgrim's Chorus" (from Tannhauser); Charles Gounod, "Faust (Selection)"; R. Wagner, "Grand March" (from Tannhauser); G. Meyerbeer, "Excerpts from Aria" (from Robert Le Diable); G. Verdi, "Ah! Was It Him My Heart Foretold" (from La Traviata); M. W. Balfe, "The Bohemian Girl (Selection)"; Verdi, "Tempest of the Heart" (from Il Trovatore); R. Wagner, "Song to the Evening Star" (from Tannhauser); G. Verdi, "Stride La Vampa" (from Il Trovatore); G. Verdi, "Ernani, Fly with Me" (from Ernani); G. Donizetti, "Think not this Heart can Alter" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); G. Donizetti, "From her dear Eyes so lovely" (from L'Elisire D'Amore); G. Donizetti, "It Is Better To Laugh Than Be Sighing" (from Lucrezia Borgia); G. Donizetti, "Tho' To Heaven From Sorrow Flying" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); G. Verdi, "Miserere" (from Il Trovatore); Charles Gounod, "Valse Aria" (from Romeo et Juliette); G. Verdi, "Triumphal Chorus" (from Aida); M. W. Balfe, "Then You'll Remember Me" (from The Bohemian Girl); C. M. Von Weber, "Huntsmen's Chorus" (from Der Freischutz); Chalres Gounod, "Once Again I would Gaze" (from Faust); Friedrich Von Flotow, "Martha (Selection)"; G. Meyerbeer, "Banquet Chorus" (from Les Huguenots); G. Rossini, "Cuius Animam" (from Stabat Mater); Herold, "Zampa (Selection)"; V. Bellini, "Norma (Selection)"; F. Von Suppe, "Excerpts from Overture" (from Poet and Peasant); Georges Bizet, "Toreador Song" (from Carmen); J. Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (from Les Contes d'Hoffman); Donizetti, "Sextet" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); G. Verdi, "Rigoletto (Selection)";

William D. Moyer, Moyer's Plectrum Banjo Solos in C-Notation. Pieces include: "That Winsom Waltz"; "Rainy Day Blues"; "Rushing Through" (One Step); "Red Beard" (Fox Trot); "Soft Soap" (Fox Trot); "Rita" (Spanish Waltz); "The First Prize" (Mazurka); "Bright and Early" (March); "A Little Action" (One Step); "Polka Artistic"; "White Plums" (Waltz); "Little Charleston"; "Cock of the Walk" (Rag); "The Right Way" (March and One Step);

William D. Moyer, Moyer's Folio Vol. II for Tenor Banjo or Tenor Guitar Solos. Pieces include: "Off Side" (Fox Trot); "The Lame Duck" (Fox Trot); "The Best Pal" (Fox Trot); "Minuet Petit"; "Novice Mazurka"; "Sergeant Jim" (March); "Best Days" (Waltz); "In Tune" (Fox Trot); "Waking Up" (Fox Trot); "Bright Lights" (Waltz); "A Little Gem" (Gavotte); "Mazurka--Delightful"; "Brand New" (Fox Trot); "On The Side" (March); "Ivory Bound" (Schottische); "Midnight Blues" (Fox Trot);

Walter Blaufuss, "My Isle of Golden Dreams" (Waltz); William Morris, "Nightengale" (Valse); George W. Meyer, "Nobody to Love" (Fox Trot).

Box 41Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Paragon Waltz - The Remick Mandolin & Guitar Solo for Banjo, No. 18b, 1913-1929Add to your cart.

A. D. Grover, "Paragon Waltz";

Peerless Collection of Favorite Solos for the Tenor Banjo. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Will D. Moyer, "Flim Flam"; William C. Stahl, "On the Go" (March and One Step); William Morris, "Hurry Up" (Galop); William Morris, "Cheerful Tigers" (Valse); William Morris, "The Climax" (March One Step); William Morris, "The Mandarin" (One Step); William Morris, "Dixie Capers" (Rag or Fox Trot); William Morris, "The Purple Blues" (For Trot); Le Barge, "Lingerie" (Caprice); William Morris, "The Dandy" (Rag One-Step or Jazz); William Morris, "Polka Brilliant"; Le Barge, "Alagazam" (Centipede Squirm); Moyer, "Silver Springs" (One Step); Moyer, "Beautiful Night" (Waltz).

The Perfect Orchestra Collection for Banjo. Pieces include: Mackie-Beyer, "Golf Club" (March and Two-Step); "Smart Set Waltzes"; "Overture-Niobe"; "Rough Riders" (March and Two-Step); "Love Letters" (Schottische); "Dixie Land" (Cake-Walk and March); "True Eyes Waltzes"; "Star of Hope" (Overture); "Sword of Honor" (March and Two-Step); "Criterion Quadrille"; "Rosemary Waltzes"; "Soldiers of Fortune" (March and Two-Step); "Words of Love" (Waltzes); "Colored Belles" (Cake-Walk and March); "Jockey Club Lancers"; "Sweet Thoughts" (Waltzes); "Bon Voyage" (March and Two Step); "Love's Messenger" (Waltzes); "Bridesmaids' Gavotte"; "Savoy Lancers"; "Anita Waltzes"; "Galop-Bull's Eye"; "U. S. Blue Jackets" (March and Two-Step); "Army and Navy" (March and Two-Step); "Queen of the Ball" (Quadrille); "College Girls" (March and Two-Step); "Twilight Dreams" (Reverie); "Rosabel Mazurka"; "Polka-Deutschland"; Little Sunbeam" (Schottische); "Dorathea Waltzes"; "Polka-Monte Carlo"; "Autumn Leaves" (Romanze); "Sergeant-at-Arms" (March and Two-Step); "Sweetest Girl of All" (Schottische); "New Maine" (March and Two-Step).

Irene M. Giblin, "Pickaninny Rag" (Two Step); Budd L. Cross, "Silver Spur" (March-Two Step); Billy Rose and Harry Woods, "Poor Papa" (He's Got Nothin' At All) (Fox Trot); A. J. Weidt, "Posies" (Waltz); J. A. Butterfield, "When You and I Were Young, Maggie" (Guitar Solo); Stephen C. Foster, "Old Black Joe" (Guitar Solo);

Radio Favorites for Tenor Banjo. Solo or Duet. Pieces include: Anton Rubinstein, "Kamennoi - Ostrow"; W. V. Wallace, "Scenes That Are Brightest" (From "Maritana"); Giuseppe Verdi, "La Donna E' Mobile" (From "Rigoletto"); G. E. Handel, "Largo"; Edvard Grieg, "Erotic" (Poeme Erotique); Robert Schumann, "Traumerei" (Reverie); Robert Schumann, "Romanza"; Pietro Mascagni, "Intermezzo" (From "Cavalleria Rusticana"); Felix Mendelssohn, "Confidance" (Song Without Words); E di Capua, "O Sole Mio".

A. C. Brockmeyer Collection for Tenor-Banjo. Pieces Include: A. C. Brockmeyer, "Recreation Melody No. 1"; "Recreation Melody No. 2"; "Recreation Melody No. 6".

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 14. Banjo. Pieces include: Albert Gumble, "Rebecca of Sunny-Brook Farm"; Henry I. Marshall, "Please Leave Mama Dear"; Albert Gumble, "You're Never Too Old to Love"; Albert Gumble, "Flow Along, River Tennessee"; Henry I. Marshall, "Dinah"; Albert Gumble, "Adam and Eve Had a Wonderful Time"; Henry I. Marshall, "PIck Me a Rose"; Joseph M. Daly, "What D'ye Mean You Lost Yer Dog?"; Henry I. Marshall, "'Cross the Mason-Dixon Line"; George W. Meyer, "Daddy Did a Wonderful Thing"; Henry I. Marshall, "Oh Mister Railroad Man" (Won't You Take Me Back to Alabam); Murphy and Marshall, "Willie Had a Motor Boat" (Putt, Putt, Putt); Gus. Edwards, "When the Whole World Has Gone Back on You" (Come to Me); Grace le Roy, "The Good Ship Mary Ann"; George Botsford, "I want to Go Back to Dixie Land"; George Botsford, "Sailing Down the Chesapeke Bay"; Henry I. Marshall, "When It's Buzz Buzz Buzzin'-time in Bee Bee Bee-Town"; Melville Morris, "Ragtime Regiment Band"; Grace le Roy, "Pass the Pickless" (One-Step Trot); Walter L. Slater, "Yucatango"; Abe Holzmann, "First Love" (Premier Amour) (Valse Boston - Valse Hesitation); Jean Briquet, "Adele" (Trot One Step March Two Step) (From the Opera); Julius Lenzberg, "Hungarian Rag"; Briquet and Philipp, "The Midnight Girl" (Trot, One Step, March Two-Step) (From the Opera); Abe Holzmann, "The Whip" ( March and Two-Step); Jean Briquet, "Adele" (Valse) (From the Opera).

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 17b. Banjo Solo. Pieces include: Richard A. Whiting, "Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose" (Fox Trot); Van Alstyne and Gumble, "Pretty Baby and What Are You Going To Do To-morrow Evening?" (Fox Trot); Burtnett and Burke, "Down Honolulu Way" (Fox Trot); Egbert van Alstyne, "Whose Pretty Baby Are You Now" (Fox Trot); Henry I. Marshall, "If You Ever Get Lonely" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "It's A Cute Little Way Of My Own" (Fox Trot); Melville Morris, "Tiddle De Winks" (Fox Trot); Vincent Rose, "Pozzo" (Fox Trot); Herbert Spencer, "In Old Brazil" (Fox Trot Song); Egbert van Alstyne, "Just A Word Of Sympathy" (One Step March); Richard A. Whiting, "Coaling Up In Colon Town" (One Step March); Yellen and Gumble, "Welcome Honey to Your Old Plantation Home" (One Step); Havez and Botsford, "On the Old Dominion Line" (One Step); Albert Gumble, "How's Every Little Thing In Dixie" (One Step March); Harry Tierney, "Oh I Want to Be Good But My Eyes Won't Let Me and Happyland" (One Step March); Dvorak-Danmark, "The Humoreske Waltz"; Julius Lenzberg, "Valse Inspiration"; Herman E. Schultz, "Mon Jardin De Roses" (My Rose Garden) (Valse Hesitation); Samuel S. Aronson, "Whispering Hearts" (Waltz); Unidentified, "The Glad Girl" (Idyl); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "National Defense" (Military March).

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 18b. Banjo solo. Pieces include: Herman Paley, "Sweet Little Buttercup and My Mother's Eyes" (Fox Trot); Herbert Spencer, "I'm Yours With Love and Kisses" (Intermezzo For Trot); Harry Raymond, "Cherry Blossom" (Fox Trot); Herbert Spencer, "Last Night" (You Told Me That You Lov'd Me) (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "My Yokohama Girl" (Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "Southern Gals" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "Way Down There and Sweet Petootie" (Fox Trot); Richard A. Whiting, "Some Sunday Morning and Where the Morning Glories Grow" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, ""Keep Your Eye On Little Mary Brown and I Want A Good Girl And I Want Her Bad" (Fox Trot); Melville Morris, "Cute and Pretty" (Fox Trot); Arthur M. Kraus, "Smiling Sammy" (Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "So This is Dixie" (One Step); Egbert van Alstyne, "Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay" (One Step March); Egbert van Alstyne, "So Long Mother" (One Step March); Van and Schenck, "Don't Try To Steal The Sweetheart Of A Soldier" (One Step March); Albert Gumble, "So Long Mother" (One Step March); Harry Tierney, "Cleopatra and I Want You To Want Me With You" (One Step March); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Camouflage" (One Stpe); Lodge and nichols, "In the Spotlight" (Waltz); Harry Tierney, "For One Sweet Day" (From Oliver Morosco's Musical Comedy Success What Next?) (Waltz); Marshall and Becker, "In the Harbor of Love with You and Someday Somewhere" (Waltz); Van Alstyne and Gumble, "Rock-A Bye Land and Playmates" (Waltz).

Folder 2: Roger's Popular Style Tenor Banjo Duets of Medium Difficulty - Smith's All Star Mandolin Folio, No. 2, 1919-1933Add to your cart.

Roger's Popular Style Tenor Banjo Duets of Medium Difficulty. Pieces include: Ralph Rogers, "Southern Babe" (Fox Trot);  "Phyllis" (Valse); "Hot Toddy" (Blues); "Sky Arrow" (Indian Dance); "Moonlight Shadows" (Fox Trot); "Arlita" (Spanish Valse); "Lady Agnes" (Fox Trot); "Syncopated Sue" (Charleston).

William C. Stahl, "Royal Arms" (March & Two-step); Edward Elgar, "Salut D'Amour" (Love's Greeting) (Solo or Duet for Tenor Banjo with Paino Accompaniment);

The Sam Fox Popular Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No.5. Banjo Solo. Pieces include: J. S. Zamecnik, "All America" (March); Mel B. Kaufman, "Listen to This" (One-Step); Lionel Baxter, "Valse Annette", Mel B. Jaufman,"Introduce Me" ()Fox Trot); Dorothy Lee, "Simplicity" (One-Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "Milady" (Three-step); Will T. Pierson, "Ragamuffin Rag" (One Step or Two Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "The Last Farewell" (Waltz); J. S. Zamecnik, "Ole Virginny" (One Step); Theodore O. Taubert, "The Hunt Club" (Fox Trot); Lionel Baxter, "Captain Betty" (One-Step or Two-Step); R. B. Brewer, "Student Days" (March Two-Step).

Sam Fox Collection of Plectrum Banjo Solos with Piano Accompaniment, Vol. 1. Pieces include: J. S. Zamecnki, "Ole South"; Walter E. Miles, "Sparklets"; Jacob Henry Ellis, "The Drum Major" (March); Walter E. Miles, "Butterfly Dance"; J. S. Zamecnik, "In A Canoe"; Fred Heltman, "Sunflower Babe"; Jules Reynard, "Fair Debutante"; william J. Pierson, "Gavotte Piquante"; Budd L. Cross, "Flirtation" (A Novelette); F. Jackson, "Zouave" (March).

Santos Junior Ensemble for Banjo Bands. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Playmates Waltz"; "Swanee River Fox Trot"; "Lady Luck"; "Russian Fox Trot"; "Strawberry Tarts"; "When You and I Were Young Maggie" (Fox Trot); "The Firefly Flit"; "Golden Dawn"; "Sugar Pie"; "Scottish Fox Trot"; "Among the Violets"; "Dreamy Spain"; "Lovely Lady"; "In Gay Madrid"; "Sweetmeats" (Fox Trot); "Jumping Jacks Jubilee"; "Sweet Magnolia Waltz"; "Spic and Span"; "Cotton Blossoms"; "The End of the Trail" (March); "Nice and Nifty"; "Bonita"; "The California Limited" (March); "Beets and Turnips" (Fox Trot); "Petite and Pretty"; "Madame Queen"; "Sweet Dumpling"; "Crimson Sunset"; "Chocolate Creams"; "Ruby Taylor Waltz"; "Punch and Judy"; "Delta Waltz".

Santos Monarch Ensemble for Banjo Bands. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Circus Galop"; W. J. Eckhard, "Make It Snappy"; W. J. Eckhard, "Sawdust"; W. J. Eckhard, "Step On It"; W. J. Eckhard, "Spanish Belle"; W. J. Eckhard, "Some Pep"; W. J. Eckhard, "Whirligigs" (Novelette); W. J. Eckhard, "Donanveda Waltz"; W. J. Eckhard, "Sleepy Sam"; W. J. Eckhard, "The Crazy Quilt" (Blues); W. J. Eckhard, "In Mangana Land"; W. J. Eckhard, "Crystal Spring" (Waltz); William Morris, "Limpin' Lizzie"; William Morris, "Traffic Lights" (Stop and Go); Unidentified, "Egyptian Ballet"; W. J. Eckhard, "La Petite Overture".

Little Jack Little, "She's Still My Baby" (Fox Trot);

Smith's All Star Mandolin Folio, No. 2. Banjo, C Notation. Pieces include: Walter T. Holt, "March Triumphant" (One Step); Fred J. Bacon, "American Beauty" (Waltzes); John J. Derwin, "Return of the Caravan" (Oriental Fox Trot); Ted Goggin, "The Tantalizer"; Unidentified, "Southern Favorites" (Medley); Ted Goggin, "Patrician Belle" (Waltz); Otto Merz, "Peach Bloom" (Intermezzo); William Lange, "League "E"" (March-Two Step); William J. Smith, "All Star" (Waltz); Oliver F. Bitting, "Possum Billy" (Overture); S. A. Thomson, "March of the Strings"; William Foden, "Pilot March".

Folder 3: Smith's Banjo Band, Book 1 - Valley Waltz, 1910-1930Add to your cart.

Smith's Banjo Band, Book 1. 1st and 4th Tenor Banjo and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: William J. Smith, "Times Square" (Fox Trot); Thomas J. Armstrong, "Honolulu" (Fox trot); William j. Smith, "Kamiki March"; Smith and Cusenza, "Hawaiian Islands" (Waltz); S. Cusenza, "American Liberty" (March); Thomas J. Armstrong, "Knickerbocker" (Fox Trot); William Morris, "Blue Monday" (A blue Fox Trot); Thomas j. Armstrong, "High Gear" (Fox Trot); William j. Smith, "A Kentucky Barbecue" (Six-eight Fox Trot)".

Smith's Tuneful Solos For Banjo Finger Style with Piano Accompaniment, Book 1. Piano Accopaniment. Pieces include: Ted Goggin, "Forest Dale" (March and Two Step); A. D. Grover, "Banjo March Song"; A. D. Grover, "Romance"; Fred J. Bacon, "The Merry Snowshoers" (Song and Dance Schottische); Fred J. Bacon, "Dance Medley"; Ted Goggin, "Dance of the Butterflies"; Charse H. O'Connell, "Glendora Waltz"; C. H. O'Connell, "The Country Fiddler"; Fred J. Bacon, "American Beauty" (Waltzes); Unidentified, "Dance Medley"; C. H. O'connell, "Swanee River"; F. J. Bacon, "In the Gloaming"; F. J. Bacon, "Wildwood Memories"; C. H. O'Connell, "Field Day March"; Unidentified, "Loves Old Sweet Song".

Smith's Tuneful Solos for Banjo Plectrum Style in C Notation with Piano Accompaniment. Plectrum Banjo and Paino Accompaniment. Pieces include: George L. Lansing, "A Darkey Patter"; Ted Goggin, "Theamona" (Spanish Dance); Ted Goggin, "The Masquerades" (Rag March); Harry S. Six, "Headquarters March"; Harry S. Six, "Hookaloomis"; Unidentified, "Dixieland" (March Medley); Fred J. Bacon, "American Beauty" (Waltzes); George L. Lansing, "Encore" (Waltz); Harry Six, "Innsbruck" (March); George L. Lansing, "The Washingtonian" (March); George L. Lansing, "Teasing the Strings".

B. G. de Sylva, "So Blue" (Waltz); Richard A. Whiting, "Song of Persia" (Persia Rug Song) (Fox Trot); James Walter, "Souvenir Blues" (Classical Jazz Fox Trot); A. J. Weidt, "The Speedway" (Galop); John Philip Sousa, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" (March); Thomas S. Allen, "Stop! Look! and Listen! (A Rail-Road) (Fox Trot); Albert Perfect, "Swedish Fest March"; Richard Wagner, "Evening Star" (From "Tannhauser"), A. J. Weidt, "The Tenor Banjoist" (Chorus "Breaks" For the Dance Orchestra Tenor Banjoist); Howard Johnson, "That's My Hap-Hap-Happiness" (Fox Trot);

Tuneful Melodies for Tenor and Plectrum Banjos with Piano and other parts ad lib, Vol. 1. Pieces include: A. J. Weidt, "Just Smile" (Song Fox-Trot); "Flying Cloud" (March); "Sparkling Spray" (Waltz); "Longing for You" (Song Fox-Trot); "Mammy's Kinky-Head" (Lullaby); "Joyous Hours" (Waltz).

William Morris, "Universal Fame" (March); William H. Williams, "Valley Waltz".

Folder 4: Van Eps Banjo Solos in C Notation with Piano Accompaniment - Yaller Coons, 1920-1930Add to your cart.

Van Eps Banjo Solos in C Notation with Piano Accompaniment. Banjo Solo and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Dixie Medley"; Unidentified, "Chinese Picnic"; Franz Liszt, "Rakoczy" (March); Unidentified, "Rag Pickings"; Foster, "Old Folks At Home"; Brooks and Denton, "Tyro" (Mazurka); Unidentified, "Medley of Southern Melodies"; Brooks and Denton, "Grand Duke Waltz"; Porter Steele, "The Lobsters Promenade"; Brooks and Denton, "Berkeley March"; Brooks and Denton, "White Star Line March"; Brooks and Denton, "Jolly Darkies".

John Alden, "La Veeda" (Castillan Fox Trot); William Morris, "The Vega" (Polka); William Morris, ""Watch-Em"" (March or One-Step); Irving Berlin, "What Does It Matter?" (Waltz); Warren N. Dean, "When I Come Home To You"; Richard A. Whiting, "While Miami Dreams" (Fox Trot); W. C. Bridges, "White Sales March"; Milton Ager, "Who-oo? You-oo! That's Who!" (Fox Trot);

WM. C. Stahl's Banjo Orchestra Collection. Tenor Banjo Obligato. Pieces include: Artemas Higgs, "Isle of Roses" (Waltz); Charles Brunover, "All Set" (One Step); Will D. Moyer, "Mazurka Petit"; Charles Brunover, "Glide Along" (Waltz); Will D. Moyer, "Ruben March"; Charles Brunover, "Waltz Caprice"; Charles Brunover, "Royal Guards" (March); Charles Brunover, "Swing Along" (March); William Morris, "Rag Tag" (Fox Trot); Charles Brunover, "Laughing Eyes" (Caprice); Charles Brunover, "Ace High" (One Step); Charles Brunover, "Rainbow Glide" (Fox Trot); Will d. Moyer, "Dark Blue Blues" (Fox Trot); B. Sheldon Green, "A Syncopated Hesitation" (Fox Trot).

WM. C. Stahl's Concert Repetoire Album for Mandolin and Banjo Orchestra. Tenor Banjo Solo and Obligato. Pieces include: James H. Johnstone, "The Morning Telegraph" (March); w. R. Williams, "Drifting" (Waltz-Song); Thomas J. Armstrong, "Persian Princess" (Overture); William C. Stahl, "Zyra" (Tango Fox Trot); George L. Spaulding, "A Hen On The Nest" (A Barnyard Travesty); Cora Salisbury, "Ghost Dance" (Dance Descriptive); Charles Miller, "Medley Overture Of National Songs"; Herschel Henlere, "Kismet" (An Arabian Fox Trot); Charles L. Johnson, "The Blushing Rose" (Serenade); W. T. Purdy, "On Wisconsin!" (March Song).

WM. C. Stahl's Junior Collection for Banjo and Mandolin Orchestra. Tenor Banjo Solo. Pieces include: Will d. Moyer, "Flight of Fancy" (Waltz); "Street Parade" (March); "Moon Shadows" (Waltz); "May Breezes" (Waltz); "Banjo Boys" (March); "Russian Boots" (Dance); "Bonita" (Fox Trot-March); "There They Go" (March); "Good News" (Fox Trot-March); "Flying Start" (March); "Flag Day" (March); "Dancing in the Shadows" (Fox Trot); "Jamie" Song-Fox Trot); "Little Chink Chinaman" (Pigtail Dance).

Alban Booth, "Yaller Coons" (Cake Walk).

Sub-Series 2: Method BooksAdd to your cart.
Materials with numeric titles have been arranged at the beginning.
Box 42Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 44 Solos in Duo Style for Tenor Banjo - A. C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studies for the Tenor-Banjo, 1922-1926Add to your cart.

Giuseppe Pettine, 44 Solos in Dou Style for Tenor Banjo;

Ralph Colicchio, 100 Breaks & Strokes for the Tenor Banjo;

Frank Anderson, 100 Original Breaks and Modulations for Tenor Banjo;

A.C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studies for the Tenor Banjo, Group No. 1;

A.C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studies for the Tenor-Banjo, Group No. 3;

A.C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studeis for the Tenor-Banjo, Group No. 4.

Folder 2: At-A-Glance Illustrated Self Instructor for Tenor Banjo - Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors for Banjo, 1894-1978Add to your cart.

At-A-Glance Illustrated Self Instructor for the Tenor Banjo;

Banjo Case Chord Book;

Curry, Banjo Chords;

Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors, for the Banjo.

Folder 3: Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors for Banjo - A Course for Tenor Banjo, 1894-1922Add to your cart.

Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors for Banjo;

Claud C. Rowden's Progressive Elementary Compositions for 1st and 2nd Banjo;

Jack Lundin, A Course for Tenor Banjo.

Folder 4: Eclipse Self-Instructor for Banjo - EZ Method for Banjo, 1905-1955Add to your cart.

Paul deVille, The Eclipse Self-Instructor for Banjo;

Paul deVille, The Eclipse Self-Instructor for Tenor Banjo;

Septimus Winner and John Martell, Eureka Method for the Tenor Banjo;

Thomas J. Armstrong; EZ Method: Banjo C Notation;

EZ Method for Banjo.

Folder 5: Hootenanny Song Book Arranged for Banjo - Illustrated 5-Minute Tenor Banjo Course, 1919-1977Add to your cart.

Hootenanny Song Book: Traditional Folk Collection Arranged for Banjo;

How to "Jazz" on the Tenor Banjo and Mandolin-Banjo, 2nd Edition;

Pete Seeger, How to Play the 5-String Banjo;

Tim Jumper, How to Play Banjo;

Illustrated "5-Minute Guaranteed Tenor-Banjo Course" for Tenor Banjo.

Box 43Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Karch's Tenor Banjo Method, Book 1 - Master Instructor For the Tenor Banjo, 1920-1957Add to your cart.

Karch's Tenor Banjo Method, Book 1;

Littig's New Practical Method for Banjo "C" Notation;

George K. Lansing, Master Instructor for the Tenor-Banjo.

Folder 2: McNeil Chord System for Plectrum (Long-Neck) Banjo - Mel Bay Presents Bluegrass Banjo, 1927-1964Add to your cart.

McNeil Chord System for Plectrum (Long-Neck) Banjo;

McNeil Chord System for Tenor Banjo. New and Revised Edition;

McNeil's Progressive Studies for Tenor Banjo, Vol. 2;

Sonny Osborne, Mel Bay Presents Bluegrass Banjo.

Folder 3: The Modern Dance Banjoist - Moyer's Charted Harmony Chords for Tenor Banjo or Tenor Guitar, 1926-1964Add to your cart.

The Modern Dance Banjoist. Henri Weber;

Franklin Miller, Modern Tenor Banjo Method. ;

Modern Tenor Banjo Method: Fun to Learn, No. 802;

Modern 5 String Banjo Method, No. 804;

Moyer's Charted Harmony Chords for Tenor Banjo or Tenor Guitar.

Folder 4: National Self Teacher for Banjo Chords - The Original Guckert's Chords for the Banjo at Sight, 1892-1924Add to your cart.

National Self Teacher for Banjo Chords;

J. A. le Barge, National Self Teacher for Banjo Chords in "C" Notation;

National Self Teacher for Banjo in "C" Notation;

Will D. Moyer, National Self Teacher for Banjo with Finger Board Chart;

Richard M. Tyrrell, New Standard System for Banjo. C or English Notation;

The Original Guckert's Chords for the Banjo (in C Notation) At Sight: Without Notes or Teacher.

Folder 5: The Original Guckert's Chords for the Tenor Banjo at Sight - The Premire Tenor Banjo Method for Class Teaching, 1921-1933Add to your cart.

The Original Guckert's Chords for the Tenor Banjo at Sight: Without Notes or Teacher;

F. J. Bacon, Paramount Method for Banjo in C Notation;

William Foden, Paramount Method for Tenor-Banjo;

Lloyd Loar, Play Quick Method for Tenor Banjo (or Tenor Guitar);

Emile Grimshaw, Plectrum Playing for Modern Banjoists;

William J. Eckhard, The Premier Tenor Banjo Method for Class Teaching for the Beginner.

Box 44Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Ralph Collicchio Modern Method of Improvising for the Tenor Banjo - Smith's Banjo in the Blue Grass, 1915-1965Add to your cart.

Ralph Colicchio's Modern Method of Improvising for the Tenor Banjo: As Used in the Modern Dance Orchestra;

Reed's "Noteless" Player School of Instruction for Tenor Banjo;

M. Stumpf, Self Instructor for the Tenor or Pelctrum Banjo;

Smith's Banjo in the Blue Grass: Standard and Long Neck Models.

Folder 2: Smith's Modern School Instructor Tenor Banjo, vol. 2 - White's Excelsior Method for Banjo, 1894-1957Add to your cart.

Smith's Modern School Instructor Tenor Banjo: A New Modern Up-To-Date Method for Class Teaching As Well As the Individual, Vol. 2;

Smith's Modern School Instructor Tenor Banjo: A New Modern Up-To-Date Method for Class Teaching As Well As the Individual, Vol. 3;

Tenor Banjo Method, Vol. 1;

Bickford, Tenor Mandola, Tenor Banjo, Cello Banjo and Mando-Cello Chords;

M. B. Eaton, UTD (Up To Date) Method for the Tenor Banjo: A Complete and Easily Understood Instructor;

Warner's Very Easy Method for Beginners for Tenor Banjo, Mandola or Mando-Cello;

White's Excelsior Method for the Banjo.

Folder 3: Winner's New American School for the Banjo - WM.C. Stahl's New Banjo Method, 1883-1918Add to your cart.

Winner's New American School for the Banjo;

WM.C. Stahl's International Banjo Method. C Notation. Revised Edition;

WM. C. Stahl's New Banjo Method. Revised Edition.

Folder 4: Weidt's Chord System, 1921-1925Add to your cart.
Weidt's Chord System: Assorted Demonstations, Ley Chart, Chord Chart, and Lessons.
Folder 5: Weidt's Chord System: Supplements Lessons, 1921-1925Add to your cart.
Weidt's Chord Systems: Suppliment Lessons.

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