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  1. Re: Seeking advice on disposition of old 78 rpm mandolin records

    Been there, done that.
  2. Seeking advice on disposition of old 78 rpm mandolin records

    The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra is looking to unload (i.e., profitably sell) some old 78 records, and we're looking for advice about the best place/way to do that. Mostly classical, some not. A...
  3. Re: Is there an archive of American Guild materials anywhere?

    Jim, I've been in touch with Paul too, but I don't believe I asked him about this particular thing. Thanks for thinking of it. It might be worth a try.

    Jim B.
  4. Re: Is there an archive of American Guild materials anywhere?

    Thanks for the post, Mandophile. I had already seen that blurb in the Cadenza too. I never did get the American Guild program I was looking for though...*sigh*
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    Re: Mandolin Concerts of Note

    Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra concert featuring lyric soprano Beatrice Gilbert on Sunday, May 5.

    For the fifth year in a row, the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra will perform at Immaculate Heart of...
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    Re: Mandolin Concerts of Note

    Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra concert tomorrow.

    This will be the BMO's first public concert with our new music director, Mark Linkins. The program will include a march by the orchestra's founder, a...
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    Another concert you might like

    Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra concert on Maryland's Eastern Shore

    The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Kristin Turner, is delighted to be returning to the historic and...
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    Re: Mandolin Concerts of Note

    Tamara Volskaya and her Russian Trio will perform with the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra on Sunday, May 6, at 4:00 p.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Towson, MD. (Go to Calendar and check out...
  9. Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra seeking new members

    Hello everyone,

    Do you play mandolin, mandola, mandocello, guitar or mandobass (or string bass)? The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra always welcomes new players, and we are currently looking to...
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    Re: Walter Kaye Bauer book

    I found it, Mark. It was an "unpublished monograph." I have Walter Carter's book.
  11. Re: Is there an archive of American Guild materials anywhere?

    Good suggestions, mandogio, thanks, but I've already looked through Cadenzas (Crescendo didn't start until 1908). I'm researching a Baltimore concert mandolinist named C. J. Levin. He performed at...
  12. Is there an archive of American Guild materials anywhere?

    I'm interested in getting photocopies (or digital images) of the concert program(s) - and any other related material - for the Second Annual Convention of the American Guild of Banjoists,...
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    Royal Two-Step

    Anybody happen to have the music for a mandolin piece called "The Royal Two-Step?" It was written in 1897 by one C. J. Levin and published by P. J. Lammers & Co. I'm interested in getting a copy of...
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    Re: Mandolin Concerts of Note

    Plectrum banjoist BUDDY WACHTER will appear with the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra on Sunday, April 30th. Buddy is a Baltimore native, but this will be a rare appearance, because he hasn't played in...
  15. Re: C. J. Levin, American virtuoso mandolinist

    Hello NEH57,
    Thanks for your response. I have seen those old ads at newspapers.com that C. J. Levin took out for mandolin instruction. And I've also seen the article you quoted. I guess that's...
  16. Re: C. J. Levin, American virtuoso mandolinist

    Hi Jim,
    I'm doing some research on early mandolin groups in Baltimore and I came across his name in the old Baltimore newspapers. He was quite a prominent mandolin soloist, teacher and conductor...
  17. C. J. Levin, American virtuoso mandolinist

    Does that name sound familiar to you? Charles Jerome Levin, classical virtuoso mandolinist and teacher from Baltimore. He performed ca. 1895-1915. Does anyone have any information on him? I'd...
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    Walter Kaye Bauer book

    Anyone have a copy of Walter Kaye Bauer's book "The Mandolin in America" (1973) that you'd be willing to loan me for a little while? I'm researching mandolin groups in Baltimore during the "Golden...
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    Re: Jacobson Nautilus Nordic-themed mandolin

    Outstanding tone and sustain! It just sings. Love it.
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    Re: Mandolin Concerts of Note

    Carlo changed their Paganini selection to the Sonata No. 5 in E Major. (I couldn't edit my original post.)
    Jim B.
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    Re: Mandolin Concerts of Note

    Carlo Aonzo and Rene Izquierdo will appear in concert with the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra on Sunday, April 24th, at 4:00 p.m. They will perform Vivaldi's Concerto in G for Two Mandolins...
  22. Re: Instrument identification - 7 stringed Russian instrument

    It's a guitar. Russian seven-string guitars are pretty common. Here's another Paserbsky, a harp guitar:
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    Re: ISO music for Vivaldi concerto

    Many thanks to Andy Boden for doing this for us!

    Jim B.
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    Re: ISO music for Vivaldi concerto

    Thanks. I already PM'd Alex, waiting for a response.
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    ISO music for Vivaldi concerto

    The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra is looking for the mandolin orchestral accompaniment for Vivaldi's Concerto in G Major for Two Mandolins. We have the two solo mandolin parts and an incomplete and...
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