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Banjo: An Illustrated History

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BR-banjo-an-Illustraed-HistoryThis beautifully illustrated book offers a comprehensive history of the banjo in its many forms. It traces the story of the instrument from its roots in West Africa to its “birth” in the Americas and its coming of age in the Industrial Revolution. It provides information on all the main types and makes of banjos, and their roles in many genres, including country, jazz, and ragtime. Also profiled in the book are artists such as Local 257 (Nashville, TN) members Béla Fleck and Taylor Swift; Local 47 (Los Angeles, CA) member Steve Martin, and Mumford and Sons.

Banjo: An Illustrated History, by Bob Carlin, Backbeat Books, www.backbeatbooks.com.







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