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    I started a website for backing tracks

    I've just started a website for free backing tracks with someone I met on another forum. We both don't have anyone to play with, so we decided to make backing tracks for others who might be in a...
  2. Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680): Modo hypodorico

    Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680): Modo hypodorico

    Athanasius Kircher was one of the most famous scholars of the 17th century, and is sometimes called "The last man who knew everything". He was a...
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    Chop Melody Style

    Hi Mando Pickers!

    If you're interested in the Chop Melody Style technique,
    have a look at my lesson on YouTube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wK0R6YlaDrg


    I wish you all a wonderful...
  4. Thomas Tallis: Hear The Voice And Prayer (c. 1560)

    We don't very often live up to the "Medieval, Renaissance" part of this sub-forum, so here is a polyphonic tudor composition.

    Thomas Tallis (1505-1585): "Hear The Song And Prayer"

    This is a...
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    Birmingham tradfest 2019 anyone?

    Hi folks,
    Next weekend I'm going to the Birmingham tradfest (I've got an 18 month old little boy so weekends off are a rarity these days, but more than compensated for by the little man)....
  6. German romanticism or – Two voices, one mandolin

    I travelled in Germany last summer and bought a book of sheetmusic from a second hand bookshop in Munich at first as a souvenir - simple german folksongs and tunes of composers from the romantic era...
  7. Eilee Pakenham, her Compositions and her Ceccherini mandolin

    See this link on Eileen Pakenham.

    http://www.banjomandolinguitar.org/pakenham.htm
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    https://youtu.be/XDKLTfEblCU

    Here's Bill Monroe's My Last Days on Earth. Mainly informed by Lauren Price's version
  9. Forty progressive studies for the mandoline, Op. 50 - G Hucke

    I recently acquired a copy of "Forty progressive studies for the mandoline, Op. 50" by George H Hucke from the BMG collection. As I hadn't seen a copy available I have scanned it and uploaded it...
  10. Bickford MandoCello Method in BASS CLEF!

    Finally, here for your enjoyment, is the Bass Clef Version of the Bickford Mandocello Method. I'd still say it's in draft phase, but hey, it's here and hopefully there aren't too many errors or...
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    Makeev 4 string Domra

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Domra-luthier-built/223731981939?hash=item3417771e73:g:DOQAAOSwrqxdh4Sc
  12. All my transcriptions available for download

    You can search for lessons, videos and pdfs to download for free:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Kk1tAlPvXn-UC6Kn0BuqDbKSqfQwg_54
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    Re: Back in action

    A quick update on "The Irish Mandolin".

    Firstly thanks to all who have chipped in ideas about improving the site. Much appreciated, everyone.

    When I launched the site, the tunes page merely...
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Bach's Sonata No. 2 in A minor, Andante


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Z4TeQJRnIM
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    Ruzicka (Fingerpicking tenor guitar)

    Original name: "La rousée du joly mois de may" Music: Jean Planson (1559? - 1611?)

    tenor guitar

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoGQwkyEyBw


    Performed by the Czech folk group.
    ...
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    Sand Creek Shuffle

    Blind Crow back in the kitchen playing "Sand Creek Shuffle" composed by Ryan Delaney on the fiddle, that's Jeff Wasbes on guitar and the Mean Old Timer himself on the Macica F5
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    Re: Back in action

    Re the mp3/wav debate. I’ll upload all new sound files after today in mp3 format and l will convert the existing wav files to mp3 format in due course. But this will be a rolling programme over a...
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    Re: F-Style Mandola progress

    How about "Gibsnot"? :grin:

    bratsche
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    Re: New Bickford Mando-cello Method

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    Awe heck, I'm feeling generous.

    Remember, the page numbers and layouts aren't done yet, and there's no proof reading yet. So there may be errors, but it's close to what the layouts...
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    Re: post a video of yourself

    Here's a tune on harmonica, haste to the wedding


    https://youtu.be/8of3F26rx0I
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    High Quality Short Scale Tenor Guitar?

    I have two tenor guitars: a Blueridge BR 40-T and a Kala tenor guitar.
    As much as I like the Blueridge for playing chords in our little acoustic trio, it doesn't inspire me much to play melodies on...
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    Re: How do you progress on tenor?

    I have been prescribing to the following tip I read over at the Banjo Hangout:

    http://www.banjohangout.org/archive/229289

    " minstrelmike - Posted - 03/11/2012:&nbsp; 11:09:54<br>

    No books....
  23. Tiny Grimes for tenor Guitars or mandolin tuning(GDAE)

    I'll be transcribing some Jump Blues music for GDAE tuning....
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e17PDPlcdwg
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    Temperance..... Jig!?!?

    https://youtu.be/QeAXEvlxtBU

    In a fit of boredom the other day, I created this monster :)) it's the air of temperance reel modified to be a jig. My tone in this video isn't where it needs to be,...
  25. Help with playing the Ballad of St. Anne's reel

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fA7iedRBJrs

    I've gotten totally addicted to this song, and I've got a question. Do you sing it in G and then play the reel in D, or both in D? I've noticed it seems...
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