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    Re: Choro listening recommendations

    I’ve dabbled in Choro a little, not as well versed as many here. Just consider me a dilettante. My token Choro album is “Luz Das Cordas” by Hamilton Holanda & Marcos Pereira. I like it.
    Joe B
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    Re: International Jazz Day

    In honor of International Jazz Day(s), a couple of days ago I was digging some Henry “Red” Allen, then on to some Duke in honor of his Birthday. Yesterday, I hope New Orleans Dave will appreciate, I...
  3. Re: Sebastian de Grebber, Dutch Mandolin Chamber Orchestra

    Thanx for these valuable posts. & further kudos to Sebastian as a player, teacher, & a person. At the 2019 CMSA, I attended his workshops, thoughtful, well prepared, & useful. Also, a couple of us...
  4. Re: Where can a classical/Italian player find a non-bowlback mand

    I’m with Allen & Mick with suggesting Martin Mandolins. They do have a range of models, but a simple A or B will do nicely. & an A is relatively inexpensive. They are under appreciated because they...
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    Re: Gibson F2 and F4 mandolins.

    Eye candy time. A Mandolin player must be prepared..
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    A ‘21 F4 & a Harvey F5
    Joe B
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    Re: Gibson F2 and F4 mandolins.

    A general rule is pre 21-pre truss rod, the necks have a stouter wider neck. They tend to slim down once the truss rod enters the picture. I think the pre 21s tend to have that more robust sound....
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    Re: Gibson F2 and F4 mandolins.

    I have both A & F Gibson ovals. Love both. As a general rule, the Fs are a “bling-ier” version, not necessarily better playing or sounding. But bling-ier is cool.
    Joe B
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    Re: What do you keep your picks and stuff in?

    I have this little wood Mandolin shaped box my daughter gave me as a present. I love it.
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    Joe B
  9. Re: John Abercrombie's e-mandos were auctioned off last November.

    I am really bummed I missed this. I would have bid on either or both. Abercrombie was an interesting Jazz Guitar player who experimented on Electric Mandolin. I would have loved to have one of his...
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    Re: Speranze Perdute

    Looking again, mine is like the one on page 48. Although mine Is published by Paolilli’s of Providence, RI. What a strange web they weave.
    Joe B
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    Re: Speranze Perdute

    192760Still looking thru your text. Quite a lot of material. I love all the various published editions. It promoted me to pull out my copy. Back in the days of my Italian group gigging, we had a...
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    Re: Speranze Perdute

    Again, remarkable amount of work. I’ve only begun to skim though it all.
    Thanx to you, Sheri,
    Joe B
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    Re: Lyon & Healy Mandobass

    Wow!

    Joe B
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    Re: Norman and Nancy vid

    Just wonderful. She has such a nice touch. Well done, Nancy. I love the Blake Mandolin instrumentals. They don’t sound like standard run of the mill fiddle tunes, with lots of speedy notes. They...
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    Re: Plans for the Gibson Kalamazoo Site

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    Well, we can hope for the best on such a grand plan.
    A couple of years ago my wife & I were returning home from a weekend in Michigan. On a whim, we decided to exit in Kalamazoo to find the...
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    Re: Mandolino toscano

    Thanx & thanx, Eugene. I was curious on your historical perspective. Of course, I’m always open to find what works for me & have a go at it. I’ve heard the Baroque Mandolin live & on record & been...
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    Re: Mandolino toscano

    Thanx, Eugene, for your usual historic postings. I have a rather surface knowledge of the various early Mandolins designs. I have mused that I’d like to have a Tuscan Mandolin, 4 gut strings, tuned...
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    Re: La Fürstenberg

    Thanx for the info Eugene & taboot. This thread got me to pull it out & tinker with it again. Good for the chops.
    Joe B
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    Chick Corea RIP

    Chick Corea was one of the giants of Jazz since the 60’s. Composer, improviser, band leader, Chick was a major talent. I saw him in an early version of Return to Forever. So exciting & fresh on the...
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    Re: Where to start with Jazz Mandolin?

    Yes, David, very concisely put.
    We can all recommend for you to listen & learn everything on our favorites lists, from Honeysuckle Rose to Night in Tunisia. Yes, you should. Some of those tunes may...
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    Re: Where to start with Jazz Mandolin?

    Wonderful advice from one & all. Great tunes & approach’s to pursuing Jazz.
    Going back to the initial question, what standard to learn, what standards to you like? What standard can you sit & hum...
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    Re: La Fürstenberg

    Clarification please:
    I have a copy of the La Fustenberg Variations that I got from Plucked Strings ages ago. I think it matches the vonbiber & taboot posts. I will occasionally pull it out &...
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    Re: Tiny Moore Tuesday

    Hayes, Great choice & well executed as usual. Tiny gets a little boppish in bar 7, a 5 to a b5 sub (D7 to Ab7) lick, leading back to the 1. That’s my read on it, very hip. Hope that isn’t too Jazz...
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    Re: Vitti 'Na Crozza

    I’ve watched this evolution you guys have had to go through on the Barbers LP. Unfortunate it was such a hassle. I could have offered to send you my digital dub of the album, but didn’t know if that...
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    Re: Mandolin G + D octave strings

    It can be fun. Like Ronald said, if you have more than one Mandolin you could leave one with octaves. I’ve done it a few times for a Bluesy Carl Martin effect. Just temporarily. I wouldn’t use for...
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