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    Secret? Vatican? What part of these did you not understand? Best not to be snooping around in these hidden areas, for your own safety.
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    Oh, no sir, you have guessed wrong. I take great pains to keep out of the clutches of them secretive Vatican types. Don't want to end up tucked away in some dark musty corner of the Archives. Or worse ... like shackled in a dungeon of the Banjo Hangout, engulfed in cacophony, begging for deafness ...
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    I've been working on Grey Owl recently, and finally got something recorded. I learned the melody from David Benedict's youtube channel, and tried to transcribe the solo from Joe Walsh's video with Molly Tuttle and John Mailander. Trying to keep a good rhythm between several tracks in audacity while listening with a cheap pair of headphones is a chore, but I'll keep working at it.

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    Also, does anyone have recommendations for better ways to post sound files? I think the way I'm posting them now, they have to be downloaded before you can listen.
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    I've been working on Grey Owl recently, and finally got something recorded. I learned the melody from David Benedict's youtube channel, and tried to transcribe the solo from Joe Walsh's video with Molly Tuttle and John Mailander. Trying to keep a good rhythm between several tracks in audacity while listening with a cheap pair of headphones is a chore, but I'll keep working at it.

    Grey Owl.mp3

    Also, does anyone have recommendations for better ways to post sound files? I think the way I'm posting them now, they have to be downloaded before you can listen.
    That's a nice tune. (I'm not a fan of Audacity for recording except to rule out problems, and I do use it for editing files, occasionally, but, boy, the more featured DAWs out there are worth the learning curve, IMHO.)

    I'd say a number of folks use SoundCloud for music [only] file sharing. The embedded player here is kind of huge for some reason, but you don't have to download anything to listen.
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    Another Irish slip jig in 9/8 for your enjoyment. I really like these at a slower tempo. Plus it gives someone the opportunity to learn it a bit easier.


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    The First of May on the first of May, from the James Bryan album of the same title, I had to plant on the pick guard of this 20 F4 as it was causing some distortion, I may remove it yet. Thanks to Fiddlin' Dave Roberts for learning me up on this one.

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    A collaboration of a song from Tuva:


    And a solo bit of Beethoven:


    Here's the notation for anyone who wants to give either a go:

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    Hey all, my bluegrass band recorded a few videos last week in an effort to start booking some gigs. Here's one our banjo player edited real nice. Hope you enjoy!
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    Sounds great, Rob! Nice playing and vocals. Hope to hear you guys playing live in the near future.

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    Here's a live recording of a quick original! The audio is running through our TASCAM mixer
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    I am a luthier specialising in historical and world stringed instruments. You can see more info at my website.

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    Jo,
    Your selections are so interestingly out of the mandolin "mainstream" (Euro-classical, Irish, Bluegrass, etc.). I see printed sheet music in the video: what are your sources for these many musics? My aging joints pretty much limit my practice and play time to the classical mandocello and Americana mandolin, but at a scholarly level I am fascinated with musical traditions from places other than Western Europe and USA. And it is an interest of some of my grad students, although mostly of a vocal/choral nature.
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    Jo,
    Your selections are so interestingly out of the mandolin "mainstream" (Euro-classical, Irish, Bluegrass, etc.). I see printed sheet music in the video: what are your sources for these many musics? My aging joints pretty much limit my practice and play time to the classical mandocello and Americana mandolin, but at a scholarly level I am fascinated with musical traditions from places other than Western Europe and USA. And it is an interest of some of my grad students, although mostly of a vocal/choral nature.
    Thanks for your kind words. This is from the book '42 pieces for lute (oud)' by Mansur Nariman (the composer). I have a few books of Iranian music which I have been learning from but this particular book and the pieces in it have been taught to me by my teacher Negar Buban.
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    Jo, a very interesting tune. It is dark in nature in reference to an oncoming hurricane I suppose. It instantly reminded me of a tune I tried to compose after hearing a story about two teenagers who died in a grain silo doing a process called "walking down the corn" years ago. The drone and the rhythm are very similar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles E. View Post
    Jo, a very interesting tune. It is dark in nature in reference to an oncoming hurricane I suppose. It instantly reminded me of a tune I tried to compose after hearing a story about two teenagers who died in a grain silo doing a process called "walking down the corn" years ago. The drone and the rhythm are very similar.


    https://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/29/u...20in%20seconds.
    A sad story indeed, but I'd love to hear your song.
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    Since people seem interested in this song, here's how it *should* sound, played by a professional musician from Iran, instead of by a luthier from Britain!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrKgb6oCghM

    (Certainly being played a bit faster sounds more hurricane-like at least!)
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    I learned up Ricky Skaggs solo from " Head Over Heels" from the Boone Creek days. Lots of fun downstrokes in that one!

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    Here's the first of hopefully many videos from my newest musical venture: Finder Keepers, a duo with the highly talented, versatile, and hilarious Patti Rothberg. We've been working on a five-song EP for what seems like forever but has really been a couple of years (one song, kind of the instigator, goes back a bit more), and is finally done. Just waiting on the packaging and pressing. The delay was caused by difficulties inherent in physical distance, technicological knowhow (or the lack thereof), and sundry diversions. We've just established a youtube channel with this debut video, a bit of a sneak preview. You can see more of my kooky kinetoscopes at my youtube channel.

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    My cover band covering yet another band.


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    Farewell Trion with some twin mandolin later. As Im recording tunes mainly to try them out and to find second voices, I usually have no video of myself. So I made a little foto show, again.

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    I'm starting to try to play in the earliest Bill Monroe style. I love his playing from the 1937 recordings and I think his playing is really unique in this time period. I also think he changed his playing pretty drastically from the 30s-40s-50s etc.
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    "Sai Ma" 赛马 (Horse racing), Traditional Chinese song ���� ���� ��


    "Greensleeves" (English renaissance song) �������������� ���� �� �� ��


    "Gol-e Sangam" گل سنگم (Iranian song) ���� �� �� ��


    "Primavera" (Spring) by Antonio Vivaldi ���� �� ��
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    Quite a range of genres there, Jo. A versatile instrument when you hear this range of music being played. Thanks for posting.
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    a little of the Soldier's Joy on this recently repaired 25 H1 mandola



    The top had cracked over the winter, so I took it down to Binghamton Luthier Tom Dobrovich's shop.
    Apparently the whole neck had come loose at the shoulder, and was twisting the tail piece.
    He steamed the bridge and re-enforced with ebony pegs he had made.

    Other than new frets ( a different luthier had replaced the tuners earlier) we decided not to change anything cosmetically.

    I put Curt Mangan mandola strings on, I don't think it ever sounded better!
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    a little of the Soldier's Joy on this recently repaired 25 H1 mandola

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    The top had cracked over the winter, so I took it down to Binghamton Luthier Tom Dobrovich's shop.
    Apparently the whole neck had come loose at the shoulder, and was twisting the tail piece.
    He steamed the bridge and re-enforced with ebony pegs he had made.

    Other than new frets (a different luthier had replaced the tuners earlier) we decided not to change anything cosmetically.

    I put Curt Mangan mandola strings on, I don't think it ever sounded better!
    That is a really nice sounding mandola; and nice version of SJ, too!
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