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Joe Brent and Alon Sariel - An Englishman in New York

By Mandolin Cafe
January 27, 2014 - 7:15 am

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Joe Brent and Alon Sariel - An Englishman in New York

Joe Brent and Alon Sariel - An Englishman in New York

An Englishman in New York is a collection of John Dowland lute repertoire just released by New York City based mandolinist Joe Brent and Israel based Alon Sariel who doubled on lute in addition to mandolin.

"I prefer to think of this recording as a collaboration not merely between Alon and myself, but between the two performers and the luthier who created these beautiful and unique instruments," said Brent in regard to the mandolins by Brian Dean that he used for this recording.

Forlorn Hope Fancy

From the recording, listen to Forlorn Hope Fancy.

Selections

Come Away (Come Again)
Tarleton's Jig
Tarleton's Risserrectione
The Shoemaker's Wife
Melancholy Galliard
Mrs Winter's Jump
The Most High and Mighty Christianus, King of Denmark, His Galliard
Mrs White's Thing
Mrs White's Nothing
A Coy Toy
Can She Excuse
Forlorn Hope Fancy
The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth, Her Galliard
Lord Strang's Match
Round Battle Galliard
Lachrime
Mrs Vaux Galliard
Mrs Vaux's Jig
My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home
Frog Galliard
Fancy in G, "Tremolo"
What If A Day

Additional information

An Englishman in New York

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musicology
January 29, 2014 12:57 PM
Wow, what a great idea - on the lute this fancy is nearly unplayable, but what about the mandolin tab?!
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