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  1. Re: Duet No. 9 for mandolin & tenor guitar (G.G. Gastoldi, 1598)

    Awesome work. I'll have to check out these duets.
  2. Re: Help with new Mandolin - Allieno Di Venaccia?

    Martin and alll...here is a Michele Maratea with the Sistema De Meglio label.

    I've sometimes wondered whether some of these mandolins made with the "Sistema" weren't indeed made by folks who might...
  3. Re: Mandocello solo and duo recordings playlist

    I am sure many of us join you in this sense of loss; Thank you for posting and promoting John's music. And thank you for your contributions to mandocello repertoire, I have included your work in my...
  4. Re: Duet No. 9 for mandolin & tenor guitar (G.G. Gastoldi, 1598)

    Thank you, Martin.

    Mick
  5. Re: Where can I find arrangements of Dowland for mandolin?

    The recording Jamie references above, announced in our news area in 2014, has links to purchase point.

    196534
  6. Re: Where can I find arrangements of Dowland for mandolin?

    Thanks, Jamie, for the the notice of the Brent/Sariel album. I've order the last copy(!) of the CD from Amazon. I'll contact Brent/Sariel for more information. Sariel was at the CMSA annual a...
  7. REGINELLA and SERENATA MALINCONICA ( Calace )(Solo Mandolin)

    Please accept my humble first offerings to this part of the forum to show that Italian music is alive and well.:mandosmiley:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tg2PX4wAH1s ...
  8. Re: E. Barbella (c. 1760): Sonata a due mandolini e basso (Gimo 1

    Very nice recording. Quite expressive!
  9. Re: English Country Dance tunes (David M. Brown arrangements)

    Thank you for posting these videos, they are very inspirational.
  10. Re: Italian mandolin magazines: Il Plettro and Vita Mandolinistic

    Incredible find, Martin! Thank you for sharing.
    Great summer reading.

    The ads themselves will prove to be very very informative in their own right.

    So, you know I had a lot of work planned...
  11. Re: Italian mandolin magazines: Il Plettro and Vita Mandolinistic

    Big thanks for the heads up, Martin!
  12. Re: Italian mandolin magazines: Il Plettro and Vita Mandolinistic

    Wow, Martin, this is a terrific find! There's enough music there to keep us all busy for years. Plus a chance to work on our Italian. :)

    Thank you!
  13. Thread: Howard Frye

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    Re: Howard Frye

    Awesome! Thank you for your time and information!
  14. Thread: Howard Frye

    by Eric L
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    Re: Howard Frye

    He also made this LP of all classical mandolin music. https://www.worldcat.org/title/howard-frye-classical-mandolin-a-memorial-album/oclc/11352647

    I digitized it many years ago if it's unavailable.
  15. Thread: Howard Frye

    by jelhai
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    Re: Howard Frye

    Plucked String Disc in 1984 released an album titled Howard Frye: A Memorial Album 1920-1967.
  16. The mandolin in Portugal (ca. 1770-1830)

    Hi all,

    I've published a rather large blog post concerning a dark horse of mandolin history: the mandolin in Portugal (ca. 1770-1830).

    Besides listing some sources already discovered by...
  17. Re: G. Tartini: Adagio Cantabile, Baroque mandolin quartet

    Downloaded. Thanks, Martin!
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    Re: Gborm? Gbrom?

    Martin, yes, I remember reading that, and I looked at the 16 Horsepower one, too (but I liked yours better :) )
    I enjoyed that "Soldier's Joy" as well. Lovely instrument, visually and aurally ...
  19. Thread: Gborm? Gbrom?

    by JeffD
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    Re: Gborm? Gbrom?

    Mandokin. A new word. I am going to use this one a lot. Martin you are moving the language forward!

    Although a little googling shows that "mandokin" is a character in World of Warcraft. Well the...
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    Re: Gborm? Gbrom?

    Is that the one in your 2012 video of "Sinnerman"? I love that instrument and I love that video. I found it very early in my mando life and was very inspired by it.
  21. Re: Hubert Ries (1802-86): Duet for Mandolin & Mandocello (OM/Gui

    LOL and here I thought there was an Embergher behind door #2!

    Seriously, the original post was in Sept, 2018. I only discovered it after you posted yesterday. I'm genuinely surprised the original...
  22. Re: Hubert Ries (1802-86): Duet for Mandolin & Mandocello (OM/Gui

    Very, VERY cool music and playing Martin. A great musical pick-me-up on a Sunday morning. I quite enjoyed this entire thread. Funny how certain kinds of music just make you smile. Thanks for posting...
  23. Re: Moonlight On The Thames (B. de Pace), mandolin solo

    Lovely piece. I played it a long time ago. You jogged my memory so I just now tried it on my Mandola/octave. I enjoyed your playing. Thank you.
  24. Newly discovered mandolin and orchestra pieces (Vienna 1820)

    Hi all,

    I've posted a new blog article about my latest find. I discovered two manuscripts with music for mandolin and orchestra (violin 1, 2, viola, basso, flutes 1&2, horns 1&2) from Ernest...
  25. Re: On The Hills Of Manchuria (I.A. Shatrov, 1906)

    I've played a solo guitar arrangement of this tune that was published by a deceased friend of mine, Matanya, through his company Editions Orphée. Matanya knew I played wedding gigs. When he...
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