Rondo Galante, released
Dear mandolinist friends, worldwide,
I am delighted to share with you my Rondo Galante, a mandolin duet I composed a couple of years ago for Mike Marshall and Caterina Lichtenberg.
It is a lighthearted composition, based on a lovely theme by Viennese-turned-French master Ignaz Pleyel, perhaps the most unreservedly charming composer of all ages. It is not terribly difficult to play, and (hopefully) enjoyable to listen to.
So I share it with you all in the hope that you will enjoy playing it as much as I enjoyed composing it. Please feel free to also share it, if you wish, with your students, colleagues, and friends.
If interested, please just send me an email, and I will happily reply with the score in PDF format. It is entirely gratis. My home email is the same as my username at the Café, at earthlink, dot net.
With warm, collegial regards to each and every one of you,
It is not man who lives, but his work. (Ioannis Kapodistrias)