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    Michael Reichenbach
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    Default Picaflor from Five Songs of the Cuzco Indians by Mark Davis

    I have made two videos with the first tune "Picaflor" from "Five Songs of the Cuzco Indians" by Mark Davis.

    The book has been published by Zimmermann Frankfurt ZM2568 and should be available from most sheet music sources.

    As in all my recent videos I have first recorded the guitar part with my looper and played the mandolin part for the video.

    Hope you like it!



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    Default Re: Picaflor from Five Songs of the Cuzco Indians by Mark Davis

    Very nice, Michael. Thanks for posting.
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    Bravo Maestro!

    The bowlback versión sounds more authentic to my andean ears...

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    You are the man Michael!! Love your posts and dedication to the mandolin.

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    Beautiful playing. Thanks for sharing. I too prefer the bowlback
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    Very pretty!

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    Default Re: Picaflor from Five Songs of the Cuzco Indians by Mark Davis

    Thanks for all the nice comments!

    Here's the second tune from this book - Ollanta:

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    Default Re: Picaflor from Five Songs of the Cuzco Indians by Mark Davis

    Today I made another video:
    El Canto de las Nustas

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    Default Re: Picaflor from Five Songs of the Cuzco Indians by Mark Davis

    Beautiful piece. Saw it this morning on your channel. I always enjoy your playing. Thanks for sharing.
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