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Frank Lawes (1894-1970) was an English Banjo Composer and Performer from Ifold, West Sussex. He was responsible for composing a large number of well known Banjo pieces.

He is the Great Grandfather of the Motoring Author Jon Lawes.

Pieces Composed

The pieces he is believed to have composed currently stands at:

  • Syncopatin' Shuffle [1]
  • Hot Frets [2]
  • Pandemonium Rag (December 1966)[3]
  • Rubbin' Shoulders
  • Good Old Twenties (July, 1966)[4]
  • Twinkle in your eye (December 1965)[5]
  • Clap Trap (June, 1960)[6]
  • Cute and Catchy [7]
  • Fretboard Frolic [8]

Notes


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