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    Re: Aria del 700 Amadeo Amadei

    His name may be spelled Amedeo Amadie ... at least that is how it appears on a recording at the library of Congress.
  2. Re: Winding string loop ends for 1890 Vinaccia

    All stands revealed. 500 kudos to Jim and Richard for solving this conundrum.

    I could go the bowline knot route, but the double courses of G and D, with only a single peg for each pair would...
  3. Winding string loop ends for 1890 Vinaccia

    I can knit an Aran sweater with the wickedest knots the Irish can devise (and they do work at it!), but I'm having problems creating a loop end on a mandolin string. I may be missing something...
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    Re: Ranieri - Art of the Mandolin

    On an international stage (is there any other in 2021?) what are the ethics involved for say, United States-ers observing US copyright laws for a publication originating in France, India, Russia,...
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    Re: Ranieri - Art of the Mandolin

    As I understand it, the original books 1 & 2 were first published in 1925. Those 1925 editions are out of copyright and maybe reproduced at will. Though the editions published in 1956 and 1959 seem...
  6. A mando orchestra what am a mando orchestra

    In this forum we often get videos of individuals. Here is an incredible orchestral performance from Tokyo:

    "Main Festival" from "Roman Festivals" (Arranged by Respighi Hideyasu Endo) Arte Tokyo...
  7. Re: Possible podcast/youtube weekly series - copyright problems?

    On the copyright.gov site, there is an option to "Ask a Copyright Specialist" -- right now it is followed by "Chat is offline" ... but maybe later?

    Joe
  8. Re: Source for Jules Cottin melodic studies?

    If you search the Library of Congress online catalog, you'll get 35 hits. I cataloged most of these items at LC over the last few years in my attempt as a volunteer to get more of LC's mandolin...
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    Re: Sight-reading resource

    I've become a big fan of MuseScore over the last few months. It is easy to learn (you have to take a quick tutorial as the functions are not particularly intuitive). Google searches work wonderfully...
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    Re: Substantial sale at Bernunzio's

    Allen, I did my best to resist the 1890 Vinaccia at Bernunzio's ... but caved last week. And glad i did. Beautiful instrument in great shape. My luthier is re-glueing a couple soundboard braces...
  11. Re: Looking for Biographies about Mandolin players

    And while rounding up the usual suspects, let's not forget John Duffey's Bluegrass Life by Stephen Moore and G.T. Keplinger.
  12. Re: Modern case options for teens Gibson A models

    I bought a HISCOX LITEFLITE "PRO II" from Elderly for my 1917 A4. Fits very well with lots of room for auxiliary stuff. I haven't traveled with it yet but it seems study.

    Joe
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    Re: Critical MAS + MC + TMS = NMD

    Thanks for the beautiful performance. Obviously this mando was built just for you.

    Joe
  14. Re: Need suggestions on piano mandolin duet to work on with daugh

    One place to start and at least get a sense of the variety to be found in the mandolin/piano rep, chiefly from the 1890-1920 era, is the Library of Congress. If you go to https://catalog.loc.gov/...
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    Re: Violinist- New to Mandolin- Any Advice?

    Well, it all depends, doesn't it?, on what kind of music you want to play and how seriously you take your performance. Not to put too fine a point on it, but "simply plucking the string" doesn't...
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    Re: CMSA Convention in the Clouds

    Typically overcommitted, I only got to the Right Hand workshop with Sebatiaan late in the day. And here is a heads-up for folks: After watching the workshop, I tried to watch the follow-up Q&A...
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    Re: Astor Piazzola on Mandolin

    O Piazzola είναι ένας από τους αγαπημένους μου συνθέτες! Ομορφη μουσική! Ευχαριστώ πάρα πολύ!

    Τζο
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    Re: Mandolin Editions of Classical Pieces

    Dowland, yes! By all means, Dowland!

    Joe
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    Re: Carlo de Filippis recording

    There are four recordings (78s) you can stream from the Library of Congress's National Jukebox here.
    Joe
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    Re: Vivaldi F. XII, n, 38 -- looking for CD

    Was YouTube around in 2004? In any case, as usual with that venue, you won't lack for a variety of performances of this piece.

    Joe
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    Re: Italian Bowl back case

    I recently tried to order the bowlback case from Hobgoblin and was told they were out of stock and I should check back in about three months.

    Joe
  22. Re: Campanella, Red Diamond, Northfield, Collings experience

    I certainly envy your opportunity to personally handle these instruments. For so many, such an opportunity is a dream trip away.

    Joe
  23. Re: Bach Cello Suites arranged for CGDA instruments/Octave Mandol

    If you're looking for hard copy, treble clef, mando-oriented, you can get the Sellman transcription for mandolin on Amazon.
  24. Re: Carbon Fiber Builder wants our input on a Carbon Fiber Mandol

    My Mix A5 does indeed have a chunky neck, too chunky to qualify this instrument as a major player in my arsenal. However, I keep it to hand where I live, in a too humid/too dry kitchen. And, of...
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    Re: Italian Bowl back case

    Thanks to aliparla, August, and Jim. I've not heard back from milettiantonio.it. My Gewa case arrives tomorrow -- I'll use this for my Vega. And I've ordered a Kingham case for the Pecoraro ......
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