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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    Well.... so much for sleeping tonight.

    :grin:

    thanks for this!

    C
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    I feel your frustration. there is a great book on Guatemalan Marimba that is just about impossible to purchase. Inter-library loan was the only option. (Marimba is one of my other passions in life)
    ...
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    Where to find it...

    https://www.worldcat.org/title/mandolin-music-in-america-3800-pieces-for-mandolin-and-where-to-find-them/oclc/29299084&referer=brief_results

    In libraries world wide! (OK,...
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    I can't help but notice that this music is "Property of Anthony ?? ftergiotis??, Manchester, NH"

    I live about 1 hour from Manchester. Anyone know who this is?

    C
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    Ok, so I started this thread thinking that I'd have time to put some of it together as my own resource...
    what was I thinking?

    :-)

    I guess I'l have this conversation on bookmark for a while. A...
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    John,

    thanks for sharing. I ran across this on one of my searches... so many bookmarks! :-)
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    Wow! this is a great resource / collection of resources. thanks!
  8. Re: Another Question for the Theory Geeks (no mandolin content)

    The music theorist in me just died a little bit.

    :-(

    ;-)

    Carl
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    wow! you guys are great! I knew I could count on you!
    very excited to start digging in. (hopefully I can find recordings as well)

    Thank you!

    Carl
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    @ fumblefour

    Actually... I didn't know either of those sites! thank you so much!

    Early in the research... hoped someone had beat me to it. :-)

    Carl
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    Thanks!

    This is a great start!

    are there any resources for things that are not public domain?
    I've look at individual publishers... a bit of work tho, would rather someone else do it. :-)

    C
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    Re: Mandolin classical literature

    Have you ever tried to do a secret handshake through the internets?

    ;-)
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    Mandolin classical literature

    Just wondering if anyone knows of a list of works for / including mandolin?

    I'm familiar with the Calace page, and other specific resources, but I'm thinking more of a formal / scholastic list. ...
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    Re: Hey! I'm "Album of the year"!!!

    Rock on! :cool::mandosmiley::cool:
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    Re: Original Jazz CD Preview

    Tom,

    I hear you about voicings.

    I'm working on getting my hands on a 10 string to at least try out.

    My teacher has agreed to bring in his 10 string octave (I think it's a slightly longer...
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    Re: Original Jazz CD Preview

    Very cool stuff! (will be looking for you on CDBaby) :-)

    What's the tuning on the 10 string?
    I'm looking at making a 10 string octave, going up to B to get up into the Mandolin range.

    Also,...
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    Re: Memorizing the neck

    just talking about the theoretical implications (resolution of V to I / A to D) and other possible resolutions.

    Schenker talked about this all the time (hence the reference there.)

    The...
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    Re: Blog entry: Finger exercises

    Quick test for updated Sig.

    Thanks to Jim for supporting my slow learning curve. :grin:
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    Re: Blog entry: Finger exercises

    Thanks!

    Ok, it looks like the link I used is just for my profile, not the blog in general...

    Will fix thanks!
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    Blog entry: Finger exercises

    A little something I worked up based on the 1 finger 2 frets rule.

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/members/53556-Carl23

    Feedback welcome. Happy to make this a community project!

    thanks,...
  21. Thread: New Blog post!

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    Re: New Blog post!

    Try looking again... I found the publish setting (I think?)

    You should see a new entry "1 finger 2 frets 4 strings"

    Wicked long. :-)

    I'll look into the thumbnail think after getting some...
  22. Thread: New Blog post!

    by Carl23
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    Re: New Blog post!

    Ok... this is embarrassing...

    How do you publish a draft blog post?

    I thought I did it… but now I can’t find the “publish” button.

    ???

    :redface:
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    New Blog post!

    Hey all, I'm playing with the whole Blog thing and I have my first real entry.

    Please check out: https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/blogs/53556-Carl23
    And let me know what you think!

    Question...
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    Re: Beginner Classical

    Same.

    :)
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    Re: Killer Technique for Mandolin

    I can see a point in using the augmented second term.

    if you start with CDEF (intervals: whole ; whole ; half) then move to CDbEF the Db to E interval can be seen two ways:

    Db - E (the...
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