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    Michael Reichenbach
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    I bought the complete mandolin method by Giuseppe Pettine in 1987.

    My copy of part II and III (one book) has two blank pages on page 16 and page 45. (Obviously a printing problem)

    I wonder if anybody has a complete copy of this method and could make a scan of the missing pages for me?

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    I just PMed you.
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    Is the Pettine Method available online? I can't find it.

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    The Pettine method is not online. In my opinion the original edition should be public domain in the USA, but not in Europe / Germany. I do only have a copy of the edition from 1967 (which is mostly a reprint of the original edition) - I am not sure if I could upload this to the Internet Archive without problems.
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    I got the first part online from this site:
    https://www.yumpu.com/la/document/vi...ne-seth-hopper
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    I am not 100% sure about this but I believe that altho the original copyright might be pre-1923 that Pettine might have renewed it later and that would make it a violation to offer it free. I know that there are some members of the family still around (possibly Joe Pettine) and that some members of the Providence Mandolin Orchestra might know the status. Perhaps Bob Margo might chime in here.
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    I am sure that everything printed befor 1923 in the USA is public domain. This should include all the original prints of the Pettine methods.

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    If it is literally the original (early 20th century) edition it should be fine. The edition I own is the 1967 version.
    Robert A. Margo

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    Default Re: Pettine Method - Missing Pages

    Quote Originally Posted by margora View Post
    If it is literally the original (early 20th century) edition it should be fine. The edition I own is the 1967 version.
    Also from the link that Michael provided:
    1923 through 1963 - Published with notice and the copyright was renewed - 95 years after publication date
    The one on Yumpu just says "copyright for all countries". I think the original does have a date.
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