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Mandolin Mondays #146 w/ Special Guest Bernard Minari

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This week on Mandolin Mondays, French mandolinist Bernard Minari sends us a lovely original tune played on his brand new mandolin built by French luthier Jean Marc Perrin.



Bernard plays with Mandolin Mondays expat Daniel Portalès in the project Mando Duo. They have a new album out that features a collection of compelling music ranging from Ragtime to Brazilian Choro, to Irish, to bluegrass. Check it out here: https://duomando.wixsite.com/mandoduo... He also plays with François Vola, of the François Vola Trio--an excellent bluegrass flat picker in south of France.

Be sure to connect with Benard at the following links below for more information about his music and performance schedule:

http://musicomando.wixsite.com/daniel...
https://duomando.wixsite.com/mandoduo

And as always, tune in next week for more Mandolin Mondays! Until then...

Happy Picking!
David

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Comments

  1. Mandolin Cafe's Avatar
    Welcome, Bernard. Well played!
  2. Eric Hanson's Avatar
    Beautiful instrument, and a well played original tune.
    Not much could make a morning better!
  3. Bud Barnwell's Avatar
    Hey Bernard Love the song. Very well played. Welcome
  4. Alfons's Avatar
    Cool! Very nice little tune, and I really liked all the tones you pulled out of that instrument for it.
  5. mandopixie's Avatar
    Beautiful song and sonically wonderful, Bernard! Thanks, and welcome!