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  1. Re: Article: The Mandolin Store and Mandolin Cafe Kentucky KM-120

    You're used to a bowl back; curious how you adapt to the flat. Hope to see you Tuesday at OMO--great to be playing with you again.
    jim
  2. Re: Article: The Mandolin Store and Mandolin Cafe Kentucky KM-120

    [QUOTE=rickbella;1826175]Thank you! I'm very excited!

    Sorry about all those time I called you a loser ;) How wrong I was Rick! CONGRATULATIONS.
    Looking forward to hearing this at Saturday...
  3. Re: The mandolin in Portugal (ca. 1770-1830)

    " I sometimes worry some readers might find things too long and detailed. But breaking things up in small consecutive posts isn't really my thing. I'm happy to hear back from you that it's actually...
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    Re: What mandocello music to you listen to?

    Marcus, if you are looking for solo Mandocello sheet music of a mixed semi-classical nature, I have been promoting and collecting music for a few years now. Happy to provide some examples and sources...
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    Re: Music, Always New :-)

    Yes, one reason we have his Mass as the "first" complete polyphonic is because he was so highly regarded as a poet and composer. All his music--sacred and secular--was recorded in the notation of the...
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    Re: Music, Always New :-)

    Got my copy, thank you Victor! For people who don't know about Guillaume Machaut, he was a renowned musician and poet of the 14th century. He composed a polyphonic (multi-voiced) setting of the Roman...
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    Re: Mandocello Wikipedia

    I tried to log in, edit, etc. and was blocked. It said I was blocked by somebody in Alabama with something <violates forum posting guidelines>

    I am open for suggestions, because this reference to...
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    Re: Mandocello Wikipedia

    I especially appreciated:

    "More recent music for solo mandocello was presented at the 2018 Classical Mandolin Society Convention in Santa Rosa. An article on this event and examples of the music...
  9. Re: Modern Method for Mandocello or still a Modern Method for Gui

    I'll post this one more time in one more thread: I have mandocello scores and sources for music composed for plucked mandocello, not Irish, bluegrass or Bach but light classical. Feel free to...
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    Re: "The Bickford Method for Mando-cello"

    Learning so much from you and others in this thread. I don't know either of those, look forward to your sparkling editions in the home clef. Reading history about the "Universal Clef" trend in...
  11. Re: Raffaele Calace Method for Mandolin in English

    Already answered this a week ago in your post from another thread: Contact me, I got the Bickford. If you already found the source, just let me know.
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    Re: "The Bickford Method for Mando-cello"

    "I have one more Mandocello method book. Itís not nearly as nice as this one, but Iím considering transcribing into Dorico for experience.
    Thanks,
    Benjamin"

    Happy to promote your work, Ben....
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    Re: "The Bickford Method for Mando-cello"

    Irenee, email me (home address, not CF Message) and I will get you the modern bass clef Bickford. I would recommend anyone interested also contribute to Ben Ash's Paypal--he did an enormous amount of...
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    Re: Liuto Moderno

    Oh.....
    I need to look at the dates; but when the Cafe lists a new post, I sometimes jump in as if the discussion is ongoing. Now I don't know exactly where and when I got into this one! It's like...
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    Re: Liuto Moderno

    I do not see much mention of my teacher, Fabio Giudice in this thread: He is an expert in both Calace and liuto cantabile, and has recorded Calace's liuto works. He might have answers to many of the...
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    Re: That famous cello prelude, deconstructed

    Again, I think it was a very well done presentation, and this is not the place to get into baroque period instruments or historical performance practice. I didn't think her physical expressive moving...
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    Re: That famous cello prelude, deconstructed

    I often play through it at the end of a good practice session. I played it so many times I need to go back and look at the music, because I know I "remember" a couple measures incorrectly. But once I...
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    Re: That famous cello prelude, deconstructed

    I liked the presentation very much, wish I'd had it when I was teaching AP Music Theory. The fact that it focused on actual musical details and relationships rather than comic book imagery or...
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    Re: "Clear Skies" new Mandocello Quartet

    "Majestic!" wow--thanks from my Gibson K4 and the other LowLifes.
    Glad that you noticed two things I was particularly trying for: The mandocello has a wonderful singing upper register, it's not just...
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    "Clear Skies" new Mandocello Quartet

    For those of you who missed the CMSA but like mandocellos:
    "Clear Skies" is a piece I wrote to be performed (open mic) at the 2020 CMSA Convention in San Diego. The convention was of course moved to...
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    Re: "Clear Skies" new Mandocello Quartet

    Trying to attach score. Hope this works, if not, email me, use home (not MC Message): jfimhoff@msn.com
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    "Clear Skies" new Mandocello Quartet

    "Clear Skies" is a piece I wrote to be performed (open mic) at the 2020 CMSA Convention in San Diego. The convention was of course moved to an online virtual event, and still offered a high level and...
  23. Re: Article: Florian Klaus Rumpf's A Year with the Classics Launc

    I assure you there are people interested. I look forward to seeing the music in the Yearbook, but--as I explained in my email to you--I am still confused about the current availability of actual...
  24. Re: Article: Florian Klaus Rumpf's A Year with the Classics Launc

    Florian, I told people about your Mandocello Yearbook project at the CMSA Mandocello Hangout. You told me that would be coming out next year because of copyright restrictions, so I could not offer my...
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    Re: CMSA Convention in the Clouds

    Speaking as someone who played a marginal role in the production (I hosted, but did not build, design, manage, or teach lessons), I understand the desire to spread the word and open the access. And I...
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