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    Re: James Oswald: Divertimento I

    I don't know if it's easily available any longer, but I also highly recommend this CD:

    MacKillop, Rob. 2001. James Oswald: Twelve Divertimentis for the Guittar (1759). ASV Gaudeamus CD GAU 221.
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    Re: James Oswald: Divertimento I

    Toomas, I knew that my transcriptions of the Oswald 12 had been downloaded many times years ago when I would check statistics on them. I haven't done that for several years now. I am glad they found...
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    Vous Et Mois for mandolin orchestra

    Hi everyone,

    Cross posting from the jazz section, seems like this may appeal to people here as well.

    With time on my hands Iĺve arranged the beautiful and languid Vous Et Mois for five part...
  4. Carlo Aonzo teaches the Allemanda from Bach's solo BWV 1004

    I was delighted to discover this morning that Carlo Aonzo has recently created a video where he demonstrates his approach to playing the Allemanda from Bach's D minor Partita no. 2 for solo violin.
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    Re: James Oswald: Divertimento I

    A beautiful performance! I know this piece pretty well (although I usually cheat and play it in a lower key) and it's a pleasure to hear it done so nicely on mandolin. I especially like your pick and...
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    J.S. Bach: Arioso

    Johann Sebastian Bach: Cantata "Ich steh mit einem Fu▀ im Grabe", BWV 156
    1. Sinfonia - Arioso

    This is Bach's famous "Arioso", played on mandolin with piano accompaniment. This tune was written...
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    Re: James Oswald: Divertimento I

    Beautiful!:mandosmiley:
  8. Telemann: Gulliver Suite in D major, TWV 40:108 - Mandolin Violin

    Just came across this wonderful video from Yura Lytkin.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb5nuiyKUT8
  9. Re: Chris Thile's fingerings for B minor Allemande (solo violin)

    Right on about Sibelius, we're in a love/hate relationship.

    There are a couple things I've learned specifically with this piece (and that show up throughout his thought process through all the...
  10. Italian mandolin by Antonio & Linda Calsolaro "Te Vojo Bene Assa

    I thought I'd repost one of my favorite tunes by Antonio and his sister Linda.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CZsejfQw4g&list=PL7KPk_KBTPYnANV-KEqr0mkvVMSbtZlxG&index=13
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    Re: Fernando Barroso: Bach on Bouzouki

    That was wonderful, indeed!

    And it led me to this video:
    Fernando Barroso & Luis Peixoto - Calšada da Serra
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLWLufsdPog&list=RDhznwMAeVYJU&index=6
  12. Chris Thile's fingerings for B minor Allemande (solo violin)

    Hey y'all,

    I am working on a project for Bach's Sonatas and Partitas for Unaccompanied Violin in which I work up fingerings for each piece along with explanations on why I chose these fingerings....
  13. Re: Bach BWV1007, an interesting experience with an unusual audie

    I love the different interpretations of the same scene. All beautiful.:mandosmiley:
  14. J.S. Bach: Siciliano from Flute Sonata BWV 1031

    Following on from my recent recording of the famous Bach/Marcello Adagio in D Minor (Link), here is another Bach mandolin/piano duet, just as melodic.

    Johann Sebastian Bach: Sonata in E-flat major...
  15. Passacaglia della vita (Bisogna morire), renaissance madrigal

    This early 17th century madrigal is usually attributed to Stefano Landi (1587-1639), although this is considered unreliable. My recording on two mandolins, two mandocellos and tenor guitar is based...
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    Re: John Goodin mandolin duets

    Here are the other two recordings:

    Lily's Stars

    This gentle waltz was written by John in 2015, and is available from his website:

    http://www.mandotopia.com/smt2015/LilysStars.pdf

    Played...
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    New Beethoven project coming soon

    A "teaser video" we picked up this morning (note FB videos, click the image to start the video). The notes along with the video state:

    In 1796, the young Beethoven went to Prague for the first...
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    Fernando Barroso: Bach on Bouzouki

    How about some Brandenburg #3 for a cold winter night:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hznwMAeVYJU
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    Re: John Goodin mandolin duets

    John has recently posted an update on his compositions for mandolin ensemble and orchestras, which has reminded me about his more complex arrangements than the usual duets I have uploaded in this...
  20. Re: Bach BWV1007, an interesting experience with an unusual audie

    Toomas, I wanted to see some of the drawings of you from those artists. Did they show you them?

    Many years ago in New York City, my friends and I were asked to also pose playing our instruments...
  21. Re: Bach BWV1007, an interesting experience with an unusual audie

    Very nice, Toomas. :)

    I'd love to look around Estonia next time I'm there, get a better feel of everything that's around. I was there a couple of years ago for the revival of one of my operas in...
  22. Re: Bach BWV1007, an interesting experience with an unusual audie

    As a former art student and as a mandolin player, this seemed quite natural. I am sure everyone listened because there were few distractions aside from cell phones and a cold window.
    My best...
  23. Re: Baroque Lute music by Nicolaus Schmall von Lebendorf

    Mandolin
    Songs "Kindlein" "Bergamesca" "Nachtanz III."

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBlR1Bdn0Rk
  24. Re: Vivaldi: Domine Deus, from "Gloria" (RV589)

    Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria (RV 589)
    II. Laudamus Te (Soprano I & II)

    Here is another movement from Vivaldi's Gloria, the "Laudamus Te". The piece is originally a vocal duet of two sopranos, which I...
  25. Vivaldi: Domine Deus, from "Gloria" (RV589)

    Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria (RV 589)
    VI. Domine Deus (soprano, oboe and basso)

    This is my instrumental recording of Vivaldi's Domine Deus, played as a duet of mandolin and octave mandolin (mandola),...
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