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Oregon Mandolin Orchestra - Live 2010

By Mandolin Cafe
January 9, 2011 - 7:15 am

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Oregon Mandolin Orchestra - Live 2010

Oregon Mandolin Orchestra - Live 2010

Portland, Or. — The Oregon Mandolin Orchestra, formed in January, 2010, has released their first recording, Live, 2010, a compilation of live recordings from their first three concerts.

The orchestra is under the leadership of Brian Oberlin as Conductor with Elizabeth Oberlin serving as Executive Director.

Selections:
That's Amore
Beer Barrel Polka
Adagio for Strings (Opus II)
Il Mio Dolore
Summertime in Venice
Non Ti Scorda Di Me
Marcha Zacatecas
Ashokan Farewell
Arrivederci Roma
Amazing Grace
Invention #13
Jacktown
Concerto in G Major for Two Mandolins (3rd Movement)
Don't Cry For Me Argentina/You Must Love Me
Don Armando
Sentimental Journey
Joyeux Page
Gopak

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Kerry Krishna
January 09, 2011 08:17 AM
Maybe someone can whet out whistle with a sound clip? I rarely would buy something like this without a sound clip! Thanks..
Scott Tichenor
January 09, 2011 11:53 AM
There's a cut on the Cafe's MP3 page. It's the first one in the player.
mandogreg2
January 09, 2011 07:36 PM
There are some sound clips posted on the Orchestra's website at www.oregonmandolinorchestra.org
kristycar
January 16, 2011 12:23 PM
more info ?
astringapart
September 19, 2011 07:53 PM
Just had a chance to see the group this summer in Portland. It is hard to explain how amazed I was. I think I might be teaching myself how to play the most amazing instrument of all time. The sounds it can make in a cohesive group like that, now that is music people.
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