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    I've been working on Roland White's version of Texas Gales on his "I Wasn't Born to Rock'n Roll" cd recently

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    A friend and I are working on a tribute show for Nirvana's MTV Unplugged in New York performance. My friend is playing his Martin D18, and I'm playing a Yamaha Melodica and my Northfield F5S-E. Here's a sneak peak:

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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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    The video does not open, giving an error message instead. Maybe you posted it as a private rather than public upload? Ah, you're called thesecretmandolinist -clever!
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    It’s public. Can’t seem to get it to embed from mobile on here.

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    I went directly to youtube
    https://youtu.be/Av86k6VEWiPAZ2cA
    and I got this message:
    This video isn't available anymore.
    Maybe youtube removed your video.

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    Video is still there. Literally the only youtube video I have up.

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    The link you provided was wrong
    That should have been
    https://youtu.be/noLO09Uv9QQ
    Here, I embedded it for you

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    Thanks. I had to go onto my laptop to do it. Maybe can't embed on mobile from the app.

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    Worth getting it posted correctly. Your mandolin sounds great and your picking in very clean and fluid, especially on the runs you are playing here.
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    Thanks. I appreciate it
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    really liking the wide nut on this 96 Collings, here's a solo rendition of Grisman's Dawg Funk

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmsweeney View Post
    really liking the wide nut on this 96 Collings, here's a solo rendition of Grisman's Dawg Funk
    ...
    Sounded really good to me! (And, I have to ask, where's that sig come from? Your own pen?
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    I've been working on a duo project called Finders Keepers with Patti Rothberg (qv) intermittently over a period of a couple of years, one track that goes back a year or so more. Finished up the recording and mixing and mastering in March. While waiting on the package and pressing - yes, we're putting it out on CD - I put together a video using still photos, in order to give people a sample of our work.

    Here's our take on a well-known mandolin feature. Patti handled the Rod Stewart and Martin Quittenton roles (vocal and rhythm guitar) while I handled the Ray Jackson and Ron Wood roles (mandolin and lead guitar). I also played rhythm mandolin, bass, and tambourine, as well as contributed harmonica and slide steel tenor guitar to the intro. We're pretty pleased with the results. Hope you enjoy it!

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    This piece of music is being played on an F5 with a 100(plus) year old Adi top. The instrument is about 4 months old, give or take.https://www.instagram.com/p/CeZS_UDDJKg/?hl=en Pretty slow, blues-like.

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    I thought I would try this beautiful Ukrainian Waltz written for his Grandmother Katerina, by the late great Peter Ostroushko on my Weber Yellowstone mandola.

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    "Tamo Daleko" (Traditional song from Serbia) ����


    "Iny Hono Izy Ravorombazaha" (Traditional song from Madagascar) ����


    "Zu Arel op der Knippchen" (Traditional song from Luxembourg) ���� ��


    "Mas Que Nada" by Jorge Ben (Jor), Brazilian song ����
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    "Around the World in 80 Strings!"
    What indigenous plucked string instruments would these have been played on originally? I'm imagining a Darwinian evolutionary/geneological/roots family tree of modern mandolins and guitars. Also curious about "song" term--would these in fact have been sung?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Imhoff View Post
    "Around the World in 80 Strings!"
    What indigenous plucked string instruments would these have been played on originally? I'm imagining a Darwinian evolutionary/geneological/roots family tree of modern mandolins and guitars. Also curious about "song" term--would these in fact have been sung?
    :D !

    "Tamo Daleko" would have been presumably played by tamburica orchestras, or similar. Would therefore work great on mandolin! Here's where I got the sheet music from: https://musescore.com/static/musesco...43/score_0.png

    "Iny Hono Izy Ravorombazaha" is a lullaby I think, and thus probably wouldn't be played on kabosy but might be played on valiha or marovany, and this song has lyrics and would most certainly be sung as you suggest. There are sung versions on youtube. The melody would probably work well on mandolin with lots of tremolo.

    "Zu Arel op der Knippchen" has lyrics and is sung. It'd usually be backed up by some guitar chords or similar. The melody would probably work well on mandolin too.

    "Mas Que Nada", as you may already know, was written in the 60's by Jorge Ben, and the original version is sung and accompanied by piano, guitar, bass and a brass section (and quite possibly more). The most famous version was recorded later by Sergio Mendes and features the same lyrics but a more percussion-oriented arrangement and more prominent piano. Whilst neither version prominently features it, they may well also have a cavaquinho in there. I've never seen a mandolin/bandolim version, but it'd probably work well.
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    I bought a ukulele kit and built a Mando-lele fit for Mr. Monroe himself!


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    Song of a Thousand Years by Henry Clay Work



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    Up From Your Knees by Ralph Chaplin:



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gisPZRfrsw

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    Dagger Gordon playing The Harsh February.

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