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Mozart Duo No.1 K.423 Transcribed for Mandolin and Mandola

By Mandolin Cafe
November 12, 2009 - 10:00 am

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W.A. Mozart Duo No.1 K.423 for Violin and Viola: transcribed for Mandolin and Mandola by Fabio Machado

W.A. Mozart Duo No.1 K.423 for Violin and Viola: transcribed for Mandolin and Mandola by Fabio Machado

W.A. Mozart Duo No.1 K.423 for Violin and Viola: transcribed for Mandolin and Mandola is a new publication from mandolinist Fabio Machado.

The score is presented duet-style and with individual parts. 46 pages 8" x 10".

About the author:

Fabio Machado was born in Funchal, Portugal and started studying mandolin at the age of 9 years. He joined the Madeira Mandolin Orchestra (Recreio Musical União da Mocidade) and became its Concertmaster for several years, performing in several venues as a soloist.

In 1998 he toured central and northern Portugal, performing in Águeda, Vila do Conde, Benavente, Santarém and Expo 98.

In 2002 had a successful concert tour in the United Kingdom, performing in several English cathedrals, St. George's Bristol, and in the St. George's Chapel, Windsor. This last concert was officially inserted in the celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee.

Machado is mostly known for having performed some Caprices of N. Paganini, and the recording of a DVD playing "Chaconne" in G minor of Tomaso Vitali. Besides having recorded 2 CDs and a DVD with the Madeira Mandolin Orchestra, he performs regularly in Italy, Germany, England, Portugal and USA.

Additional information:
Publisher: CreateSpace (self-published)
Language: English

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