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Published right now by Schell Music is the new Tenor Banjo book "Rhythms, Fill-Ins & Breaks für Tenor Banjo". It is in German, notation/TAB and with an audio CD.

Rhythms, Fill-Ins & Breaks ist ein einzigartige Abhandlung über populäre Jazz Licks und ein wirkungsvolles Spiel auf dem Jazz-Tenor-Banjo. Ausgehend von Anschlagarten und Rhythmen findet der interessierte Spieler Licks, Breaks und Endings für alle gängigen Tonarten und passend für die besten Old-Time-Jazz und Swing-Klassiker. Verwendete Stimmung für das Tenor Banjo: C-G-d-a. Das Buch ist auch für die Instrumente Tenor Gitarre und Mandola geeignet.

A new and revised list of my tenor banjo sheet music collection is added in the subcategory "Tenor Banjo Sheet Music / Playing, Collecting & Swaping Music". Now you can get information about the composer and arranger of every music book.

The first tracks for Gero's and Chrille's demo CD are ready in a rough mix. In the next weeks we are going to record a few other tunes as well. Here you can listen to Foochow's Shanghai:

And "My Lady Jazz":

As well as Ralph Collicho's "Go Go!"

For every banjoist, who likes Far East sounding jazz tunes the new tenor banjo folio "The China Folio" could be interesting. This folio will be published in two volumes. Each volume will include 15 hot and jazzy tunes with an Oriental or Asian touch. As always you have an piano accompaniment in three different tempi. These are the songs: In A Street Of Chinese Latterns, My Dresden China Lady, Chinawaren, Chinatown, My Chinatown, Chinaboy, Idle Dreams, Oalang Li, Ching Chong, The Sheik Of Araby, Chin-Chin-Chinaman, Chu Chin Chow, My Dreamy China Lady, Lena From Palesteena, Ching A Ling's Jazz Bazar & Hong Kong.

Ready to play is the new Chrille banjo book "The Popular Folio". 20 jazz classics, hot and jazzy arranged from a banjoist for other banjoists. You have tunes like, Chinatown, My Chinatown with a special Chinese intro, Margie-Medley, Nola, I'm Looking Over, Rose Of Washington Square, Dill Pickles Rag, Petite Fleur and many other well known tunes from the 1920's and 1930's. As always you have a piano accompaniment on CD.

For example: Foochow's Shanghai

(A Banjochrille composition, which is dedicated to Bill Somerville from Glasgow)