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  1. Re: Duet No. 9 for mandolin & tenor guitar (G.G. Gastoldi, 1598)

    There goes Martin again! I just can't keep up with your postings of beautiful and interesting music.
    I looked at the version with Alto and Bass clefs; I'll try this with my K4 and a Mandola...
  2. Re: "Anileda," by Stellario Cambria and ...?

    Very interested; I have been talking with Lee Bidgood at East Tennessee U about a panel discussion on the Mandolin Orchestra in America. This material would be very useful, both as musical examples...
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    Re: Florian Klaus Rumpf Kickstarter

    I kicked in, interested in his mandocello and liuto music. I also support his Mandocello Yearbook project on Kofi.
  4. Re: Mandocello solo and duo recordings playlist

    I am sure many of us join you in this sense of loss; Thank you for posting and promoting John's music. And thank you for your contributions to mandocello repertoire, I have included your work in my...
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    Mandocello in the 21st Century at CMSA

    Once again I will be presenting new music, new ideas, and new composers of music written specifically for the mandocello. The CMSA Convention in the Clouds will be virtual, so you can attend from...
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    Re: John Goodin passing

    I was planning to do a CMSA open mic performance of a little mandocello piece I wrote thanking John for his contributions, including his Oregonia composition for our local OMO and his Seasonal...
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    Re: Sad news: John Goodin died yesterday

    I was planning to do a CMSA open mic performance of a little mandocello piece I wrote thanking John for his contributions, including his Oregonia composition for our local OMO and his Four Seasons...
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    Re: Fauré, Piazzolla, Sydeman recordings

    Beautiful selections & playing.
    Glad to see you're keeping busy Maestro; hope I'll see you in some of the CMSA Convention sessions.
  9. Re: The mandolin in the Netherlands (ca 1750 - ca 1850)

    I would guess the "-ino" suffix (liutino) suggests a smaller instrument than--for example--my Gibson K4 mandocello. Too bad there are no illustrations. I am trying to track down a passage I read...
  10. Re: The mandolin in the Netherlands (ca 1750 - ca 1850)

    Van (or is it Mr. Van Tichten?),
    I am very impressed by and interested in your posts regarding mandolin in different places and cultures; I was just reading an article by Louise Wrazen about...
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    Re: Rudy Cipolla

    So sorry we won't meet at CMSA San Diego, but I hope we can connect in our virtual workshops. I will be including Rudy's Aguela Negro as a mandocello solo; I know it has a piano accompaniment, but it...
  12. Re: Sylvius Leopold Weiss Fantasie Mandocello Tablature

    I found the original score (for guitar); looks like you did some careful and thoughtful editing. Curious about your thoughts on transposing music from other instruments to the mandocello. There is a...
  13. Re: Sylvius Leopold Weiss Fantasie Mandocello Tablature

    Do you have this in notation? I know there are programs that will transcribe, I don't have one. I guess I should learn tab even though I read and prefer notation. Thank you for giving us MC players...
  14. Re: Bach Mandocello arrangements newly found

    He talks about that in the notes--check out the file and you'll see.
  15. Re: Bach Mandocello arrangements newly found

    Good news Harmon--I did check with Dick Yates and I am happy to say I will include his carefully done editions in my Mandocello session at CMSA. There is some interesting new music written for the...
  16. Re: Bach Mandocello arrangements newly found

    This looks very interesting, and the editor--Dick Yates--has quite a bit to say about plucked vs. bowed as well as transcribing to an instrument with different tunings. I would like to mention this...
  17. Re: Classical Mandolin Skype/Zoom/Online lessons

    Tim is a graduate of the Berklee School of Music in Boston. He is indeed a specialist in Choro, Swing, etc. but also a master player with a fine background in classical.
  18. Re: 2021 CMSA Convention in San Diego Cancelled

    You should all know that last year's virtual event was surprisingly successful and well organized. I am disappointed, but I know the people who run this organization as well as some of the guest...
  19. Re: Classical Mandolin Skype/Zoom/Online lessons

    Curious--who did you connect with?
  20. Re: Classical Mandolin Skype/Zoom/Online lessons

    There are a number of fine teachers in the Portland area; I am a member of the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra and the Classical Mandolin Society of America. Rather than list names here, please contact me....
  21. Re: Are you interested in a new method for the mandocello?

    As an educator, I am thinking ahead to a time when there are not only more mandocello players, but more mandocello teachers--like you, Florian, and August, Radim, and Fabio. Nearly all my lessons...
  22. Re: Are you interested in a new method for the mandocello?

    Yes, yes, yes, agreed, and I have great respect for scholars like yourself with the background and knowledge to talk about tradition and history. Also, I remember as a conducting student being...
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    Calling for new Mandocello music

    Once again I am gathering new music and new ideas for the bass clef mandocello. I already have some new material lined up and have been in touch with interested players and composers to be announced...
  24. Re: Are you interested in a new method for the mandocello?

    Personal preference based on a career of music education: use bass clef. There will be resistance to this, but working with orchestral and choral scores I have come to believe that notation carries...
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    Re: The mandolin in Portugal (ca. 1770-1830)

    Great respect for the detail and cited sources in your post. It's all I can do to keep up with my own Mandocello work, but I love to read about the variety of instruments developed in different...
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