This week on Mandolin Mondays, thought I'd take a little spin on this fun fiddle tune "Methodist Preacher" that we've been looking at here recently on the channel! Lots of fun stuff that you can do with this one!
I've got a free pdf tab/notation transcription for all the notes I played in this video right here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1059...ew?usp=sharing
This week on Mandolin Mondays we are joined by the amazing French mandolinist and professor Marie Burou playing this compelling rendition of "Les Deux Guitares" arranged for mandolin solo by Raphaël-Tristan Jouaville. Marie makes this Roman mandolin, Modele Martineau from luthier Brian N. Dean, really sing!
Marie Burou started playing the mandolin at an early age. She entered the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional
Happy New Years to all of you Mandolin Friends! To close out year 6 of Mandolin Mondays here's a really cool Irish jig from Alan Kelly appropriately named "New Years Day."
Also, I'd like to dedicate this video the great David Surette. David was one of my favorite mandolinists to play Irish jigs with, and just one of my favorite mandolinists to hang out with in general. He will be sorely missed. You can listen to
This week on Mandolin Mondays we have the bluegrass social media sensation Phil Kramer with us to play this original tune "Braiding the Wind" on his Bobby Osborne Signature Model Mandolin.
Originally From Cheyenne, Wyoming, Phil Kramer is a Multi-instrumentalist living In Boulder City, Nevada. While studying classical violin and jazz bass at the University of Northern Colorado, Phil was a recurring face in the freelance
This week on Mandolin Mondays we've got the great Reed Stutz with us to play the "Laurel Mountain Breakdown" on his 1927 Gibson F5.
Reed Stutz is a Durham, North Carolina based mandolin player, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. He plays in a trio with Alice Gerrard & Tatiana Hargreaves, among other groups, and his playing and singing can be heard all over Bella White’s album “Just Like Leaving” on Rounder Records.