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  1. Re: Mandocello solo and duo recordings playlist

    Two more mandocello recordings for my playlist:

    Humphreys Waltz (D. Nestlerode), mandocello & tenor guitar

    This waltz was written by Daniel Nestlerode and appears on his album "Almost Home" --...
  2. Re: Mandocello solo and duo recordings playlist

    This is my instrumental rendition of a song air by Robert Burns, played on mandocello with a tenor guitar accompaniment. Based on a setting by Klaus Stezenbach:
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    Re: Gborm? Gbrom?

    Yes, Sue, that's the one. Glad you liked that video -- I was aiming for a stripped down version, broadly inspired by the 16 Horsepower cover.

    Here's a more recent video from last year of me...
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    Slower version of Lilibulero, for SAW.
  5. Re: English Country Dance tunes (David M. Brown arrangements)

    Here are three more of my recordings of David's ECD arrangements, all played as quartets with the same instrumentation:

    Mid-Missouri M-0W mandolin (x2)
    Vintage Viaten tenor guitar
    Suzuki MC-815...
  6. "When Laura Smiles" (P. Rosseter, 1601. Arr. David M. Brown)

    Philip Rosseter (1568-1623): When Laura Smiles
    From: "A Book Of Ayres" (1601)
    Arranged by David M. Brown

    This is my mandolin quartet instrumental rendition of this well-known Elizabethan...
  7. Re: Borodin: Polovetsian Dance (Stranger In Paradise)

    I have re-recorded my Borodin adaptation, this time with video, laying down the mandolin part first and adding the mandola and tenor guitar later. Same arrangement, but giving all the melody to the...
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    Re: Gborm? Gbrom?

    Sounds fun! I have half a CBROM in my bunch of mandokin: a 4-string resonator tenor guitar (single cone, biscuit bridge, guitar-shaped wooden body) tuned in OM tuning GDAE. Good fun, although I...
  9. Re: Hubert Ries (1802-86): Duet for Mandolin & Mandocello (OM/Gui

    Many thanks, Tim. It's a really fun tune to play on the mandocello and I'm glad you've enjoyed it.

    The doors are the props for my very own Monty Hall problem...

    Martin
    (the truth is more...
  10. Re: English Country Dance tunes (David M. Brown arrangements)

    Here is another set of two English country dance tunes arranged by David, which I am playing on mandolin, mandocello and tenor guitar. Thanks, David!

    "The Lass Of Richmond Hill" was a popular song...
  11. Re: Mandocello solo and duo recordings playlist

    I haven't added anything to my mandocello playlist for a few months, so here is a new video.

    Hubert Ries (1802-1886): Duet for Violin and Cello

    I found this little violin/cello duet on...
  12. Re: Hubert Ries (1802-86): Duet for Mandolin & Mandocello (OM/Gui

    I have just re-recorded this mandocello/mandolin duet, this time playing the mandocello on camera and using a vintage bowlback for the mandolin part. Good fun on mandocello!

    1898 Giuseppe...
  13. Re: "Con Brio" Album (Johan Kok), for mandolin quartet

    I have just re-recorded two of the Johan Kok tunes from this album (Dancing Doll and Benjamine), in a less regimented recording style: simply record a video of the lead mandolin part, then overdub...
  14. Re: English Country Dance tunes (David M. Brown arrangements)

    Here is a set with another two of David's Playford arrangements: "Never Love Thee More" and "Newcastle". Played as a mandolin quartet.

    Mid-Missouri M-0W mandolin (x2)
    Vintage Viaten tenor guitar...
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    Re: Bowlbacks of Note

    I was just browsing old editions of the BMG Magazine (from the archive here) and came across the cover of the December 1949 edition. I believe the instrument E.J. Tyrell is playing is a Gelas...
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    Moon River for SAW
  17. Re: La Cinquantaine (Gabriel-Marie), mandolin duet

    Another update: Here is "La Cinquantaine" played using the same arrangement as in 2014, but at a better tempo and smoother playing.

    Mid-Missouri M-0W mandolin (x2)



    Martin
  18. Moonlight On The Thames (B. de Pace), mandolin solo

    This is a piece from one of my favourite mandolin books: "A Variety Of Mandolin Music", a collection of 36 mandolin pieces from the BMG Magazine (re-)published in 1975 by Clifford Essex in London,...
  19. Re: Romantic Music: Barcarolle from "Oberon" (C.M. von Weber)

    In the process of revisiting some of my old recordings that I think I can do better now, here is a new take on Weber's barcarolle, using the Hugo d'Alton/BMG Magazine mandolin duet arrangement. Both...
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    Vincent and Harbor Lights lead sheets, for SAW group.
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    Here is the score for "The Marino Casino".
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    Here is the leadsheet for "Autumn In Paris", for the SAW group.
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    Amado Mio, leadsheet and bass line. For my post in the SAW group.
  24. On The Hills Of Manchuria (I.A. Shatrov, 1906)

    Ilya Alekseevich Shatrov (1879-1952): На сопках Маньчжурии / On The Hills Of Manchuria
    Arranged for mandolins by Evelyn Tiffany-Castilgioni.

    This popular Russian waltz was written in 1906 to...
  25. Sea Of Heartbreak & Pretend

    Here's an updated recording of "Sea Of Heartbreak", made last week. Great fun on mandolin!

    Mid-Missouri M-0W mandolin
    Vintage Viaten tenor guitar



    Plus another old song from the same...
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