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    Default Re: Drop Box is now available for Italian 'ballo liscio' sheet mu

    Quote Originally Posted by Mandophile View Post
    M.V. Cardilli m557c Sogno Beato waltz C C F N. Bufaletti 1917 Trio
    M.V. Cardilli m590c La Civettuola polka C a F Alf. Anelli 1919 piano
    M.V. Cardilli m640c Notte Andalusa waltz spagn d F D A. Stroncone 1920 piano
    M.V. Cardilli m550c Sogni Dorati mazurka a C F Felice de Matteo 1917 Trio

    UPDATED INDEX REFLECTING THESE ADDITIONS

    MORE ON THE WAY~ Stay Tuned!
    p.s. While Cardilli published Notte Andalusa for piano, it existed as a mandolin trio and was first premiered at the Chicago Mandolin Club in 1898. Now if we could just locate the mando trio arrangement!

    Also, note that we only had a fragment of De Matteo's Sogni Dorati published by De Stefano but now we have the complete trio as published by Cardilli. This is a perfect time to note that no matter how much of a fragment exists, it needs to be identified so as to have the most complete archive and to understand how these composers promoted themselves (or were taken advantage of---depending--)
    My mistake here, Sogni Dorati was never published by De Stefano; rather, I had mis-categorized the sample by placing it in the De Stefano folder. That waltz is only published by Cardilli!

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    Happy New Year!! We hit gold here! six complete precious and rare Gaetano Leone titles. 4 are Angelo Geluso and 1 by Leone himself.
    These were found in a steamer trunk in Philly. As always, an updated accurate Index is attached here. These titles are in the MISC folder. Here is the link to view and to download.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/co16hc6i5...3y9iXmSla?dl=0

    G. Leone #1 Per Cominciare waltz G C F A. Geluso 1918 Trio
    G. Leone #23 Italy's Day march C C F d Luigi D'Amico 1919 Trio Arr by Geluso
    G. Leone #7 Elena mazurka D A G Gaetano Leone 1918 Trio
    G. Leone # 2 Delizie Di Maggio waltz D D G A. Geluso 1918 Trio
    G. Leone #31 A Volo Di Farfalla mazurka D A G A. Geluso 1919 Trio
    G. Leone #25 Trento E Trieste march D A D G A. Geluso 1919 Trio
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails COMBINED_TITLES_1.10.2018_11A.pdf  

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    http://www.vanderbiltcupraces.com/bl...ty_near_hicksv

    Just wanted y'all to see that my book is coming along nicely. This link will take you to an excerpt from one of the chapters. Pietro Tesio was the earliest Italian mandolin music publisher in Manhattan. A true Renaissance man! This will give you a little insight into his creative imagination and the sheet music I've made available--for free--through all the music publishers' separate folders.
    Next month, the Italian American Review (out of the Calandra Institute, CUNY) will publish "Dante City" in its winter issue. All of this is leading to the ultimate goal--the publication of my book on Italian mandolin publishers.

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    Thanks, Sheri! I'm looking forward to your next book. I really enjoyed MLS and often pull it out to re-read sections or to check notes somewhere in it.

    Mick
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