banjolele


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banjolele

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banjulele

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(Instruments) a four-stringed musical instrument with a neck like a ukulele and a body like a banjo. Also called: banjo-ukulele
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A family friend played George Formby on a banjolele, while his granddaughter Kimberley sang Jealous of the Angels.
On Tuesday, his Keech ukulele sold for PS11,414, along with a Dallas model D "banjolele", used on stage by the star, which fetched PS12,493.
In 2017, a George Formby banjolele sold for PS28,500 at Hansons Auctioneers.
The Gibson UB3 - a banjolele to give its correct title - was originally bought by Terence Wallin, of Birmingham, in 1972.
The banjolele - it's officially a banjo ukulele - used to belong to well-known Birmingham bookie Terry Wallins, who snapped it up in 1972.
Formby's own most cherished banjolele sold at auction a few years ago for PS72,000 to a private UK buyer.
SHE was best known for her pop songs featuring her famous banjolele.
The band - which started in 2007 when North Eugene High School students asked teacher Aaron Thomas to show them how to play the ukulele - plays contemporary music covers on ukuleles, accompanied by an electric drum set, banjolele, and a Kala U-Bass in addition to the standard tenors, sopranos and baritones.
The event will feature guest artistes, workshops and a banjolele set by members of the George Formby Society David said: "We are asking people to bring along their ukes and we will have a mass busk of several songs at various times throughout the day."