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  1. Re: Article: Caterina Lichtenberg Interview - Republish from Hype

    A great interview. I recall when Caterina came to the Mandolin Symposium with her guitar partner then, Mirko Schrader, in 2007 I think. The evening they got up to perform, everyone in the audience...
  2. Re: Poets in Time for mandolin orchestra, free

    John, I see there is also a banjo player there too. I wonder how many of these students continue on with mandolin...both classical or say another style like bluegrass?
    Nick
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    Re: Peter Ostroushko Passes

    Like those above, I too loved the playing of Peter and enjoyed the several times I could interact with him. Eg. the workshop at the Classical Mandolin convention, mentioned by Doug and John. Years...
  4. Re: Best Oval Hole A Mandolins for Orchestra Playing?

    Sylvan Music, in Santa Cruz, has a Lyon & Healy listed. f.y.i.
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    Re: Andrew Marlin and Tommy Edwards

    Wonderful casual concert! Fun to listen to AND get some ideas for my own playing too!
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    Re: Jenny Lynn Polka

    Thanks Mike....and with the correct spelling of the Jenny Lind Polka!
    Nick
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    Jenny Lynn Polka

    I'm looking for musical notation for the tune: Jenny Lynn Polka.
    I play it by ear, and want to share it w. a friend who's a sight reader.
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    Re: Recordings of Mandolins as String Quartets

    A variation on Mandolin Quartet music: Mandolinist Jeff Midkiff has recorded two Qunintets with the string quartet, Carpe Diem. Hopefully some day
    we shall see and hear Jeff Midkiff on Mandolin...
  9. Re: Florence Reece, "Which Side Are You On?" for solo octave mand

    Another version of the song can be heard in the new Kronos Quartet recording on Folkways Smithsonian records. A classical string quartet that has done all sorts of music over the years. "Long Time...
  10. Re: Whiskey Before Breakfast - Interesting Approaches?

    Joe Walsh has an album out (an early one?) called "Saturday night Waltz," and I love the way he does the tune. Can't figure out who the guitarist is, but
    together they do a great version of Whiskey...
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    I like the clarity of the piece; of the way Bob arranged it.
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    Re: Classical mandolin album library list

    Bach cello suites - A cd I like a lot is by Robin Bullock and called "Suites for Mandolin - Volume One."
    On the album are Suites 1, 2, and 3. We hear #1 lot, but not the other Cello Suites played...
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    Re: CMSA Convention in the Clouds

    I thought the Virtual Convention was really good! I saw some great concerts; and helpful workshops; etc. What I would like to see is a way that
    some of the presentations could be shared with...
  14. Re: Article: Canadian Bluegrass Star Adrian Gross Perseveres thro

    Great and thorough interview. I liked Andrew Collins' advice: learn to play tremolo, and fast for fiddle tunes. (Still working on both to those myself!)
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    Re: Whiskey Before Breakfast

    Thanks to you all for the notation!
    I needed that to "get going." Once I start playing it, I know it by ear!
    Nick
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    Whiskey Before Breakfast

    I'm looking for the notation (not tab) for the tune, Whiskey Before Breakfast.
    thanks,
    Nick
  17. Re: What are your favorite albums featuring mandolin?

    I had to go to my mandolin collection (all over the place) and select some cds I really like. Here you go:
    Cafe Brasil - wonderful choro music and a really nice booklet
    Contratopia: "Smitten" - the...
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    Re: Classical mandolin album library list

    I agree tat Caterina Lichtenberg,s cd is really good.
    Especially like the Bach cello suit on a Gibson Mandola from. The 1920s.
  19. music by Yehuda Poliker - stories of times past

    I am looking for music of this piece.
    Thanks for any help.
    Nick
  20. Sawschyn Beaver Tail mandolins - what is the tone like?

    I like the design of Peter Sawchyn's Beaver Tail mandolins.
    What are they like? What is the tone like?
  21. Thread: "A Bruxa"

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    Re: "A Bruxa"

    Mark mentioned that A Bruxa is on the album by Dave Hull and Kari Larson. The final tune, "First Snow," by them is also great!
  22. Thread: "A Bruxa"

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    "A Bruxa"

    "A Abruxa" is a waltz on a Dakota Dave Hull recording. Anyone know
    of the music notation for this?
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    Re: Royal Box Waltz

    I'm looking for the music to the waltz. Thanks.
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    Royal Box Waltz

    I'm looking for notation for John Hartford's "Royal Box Waltz."

    Heard it on the really nice cd, "Memories of John."
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    Re: Eva Scow - After You've Gone

    Eva's brother ran for U.S. State Representative fr. CA. Didn't win; maybe next time.
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