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    Michael Reichenbach
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    I had to make another video of my arrangement of "El noi de la mare" on my mandolin built by Alfred Woll.

    It's the model "Solista" (2021) with a new design - a small cutaway and neck joint at the 12th fret - a great instrument!

    Which other classical guitar solos could I arrange for the mandolin?
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    You are the living example of what a complete musician is: great technique, exquisite taste and a vast knowledge of musical theory...chapeau!
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    Registered User John Kelly's Avatar
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    Lovely arrangement and playing, Michael.
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    Lovely tune, lovely playing.
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    Mando-Accumulator Jim Garber's Avatar
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    Very nice playing, Michael. Do you offer sheet music of your arrangement?

    It reminds a bit of Pettine’s Christmas Song, sweet and slow with caressed and caressing notes. Also of some of the less brash and simpler Calace pieces like Notturno Cielo Stellato.
    Last edited by Jim Garber; May-20-2022 at 7:05am.

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