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    I've just checked and if you visit Post #574 in this thread, you will see all the viable links. That's how you can download everything by publisher. Please avail yourselves of that. The Dropbox will close at some point in the autumn months. Thank you, Sheri
    p.s. we will have one final upload in late August/early September but that will be it.
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    Greetings to everyone who has sustained this thread with your interest and enthusiasm. This should be the ultimate post in terms of Italian mandolin trios, mandolin & voice (Neapolitan & macchietta) and mandolin solos & Bb instruments.

    It has been a long, arduous path that started with Norman Giorno-Calaprist back in 2013-2014. He and I combined our archives (his owns a vastly larger and more complete archive). Because his grandfather Luigi Giorno was a multi-instrumentalist and specialized in Bb clarinet and mandolin, he provided his hometown of Philadelphia and other metropolises with dance ensembles, including marching bands for the various Italian holidays. Giorno knew everyone! I do mean everyone! and everyone sent him their best compositions. Thus, you will see some manuscripts in this upload. Many of them became official additions to the well known music catalogs of Di Bella, Pagani, Tesio etc etc.

    I suggest that you all return to the previous post (#408) with preexisting links. These will all disappear soon as I'm closing up shop and will be working with Paul Ruppa to deposit titles with his Bonne Amie Library. THANK YOU PAUL! and yes, I will rinclude all folders links in a subsequent post if some links are deceased & no longer work. Stay tuned.

    A separate folder devoted to Bb clarinet (all Bb instruments) will have a few new titles as well. These are important because mandolin trios did tend to employ Bb instruments to add the sparkle and volume to the fretted instruments ensemble. Obvious case was the talented Giuseppe Tarantola whose compositions center on his quartet with him playing clarinet!

    In addition to the mandolin trios, we've added to the "Neapolitan and Macchietta" folder as well. In some cases, I have uploaded the same new titles to publishers such as Matacea because he specialized in that genre and he has a separate folder devoted to his music catalog. Last, there are plenty of new (now complete!) mazurkas, polkas etc.

    Here're the new Indexes. please download and update your files--as attached:
    1. Publishers Index (mandolin trios by indexed by publisher) (32 pp) !!
    2. Bb Index (titles based on the mandolin trios)
    3. Neapolitan & Macchietta Index (mandolin and voice)

    Please find these new titles under the following publishers or folder titles:

    MISCELLANEOUS folder
    Viva Orlando; Pennino's Maliziosa (piano);

    O. Pagani folder
    Vorrei; Ciciuzza; Forse; L'amore Mezzo al Mare; Le Sirene; Marsala Mia; Maria, Mari; Piccolina Na Graziosa; Sicilia Bella; Lotta d'Amore; Divorziamo; Viva Italian. nice surprise: 5 new Tafarella titles in manuscript form, unfortunately, only M1 in many cases.

    De Stefano folder
    L'Allegrezza; Love's Experience
    P. Tesio folder
    Ti Voglio Sempre Amor; Aida; Dolores; Vittoria Tripoli (piano score to match the preexisting mandolin part)
    A. Matacea folder
    A 'mammurata
    A Partenza
    O. Di Bella folder
    Midnight; Suffragette; L'Abbondonata
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    Neapolitan-Macchietta folder
    Abbascio; Mo Ch'America; O Primmo Reggimento; plus the new Matacea titles
    Bb & Band folder
    Marcia Funebre (Petrella); Marsala Mia;

    That should do it for now. Again, please refer to previous post for links to all the folders
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    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nqsw18aai...B8rnD3--a?dl=0
    CENTURY PUBLISHING

    This link takes you to Century Publishing (non-Italian stuff); I include it because I bought the collection. However, I can not vouch for these titles at all. There is an index in the folder. Otherwise, I've tested all the links posted and they work just fine and show the new titles in each of the folders. Good Luck. any trouble, PM and I'll see what I can do.
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    Thank you for all your work!

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    A trio of trumpeters showed up during the San Gennaro holiday celebration this weekend in Little Italy; they played Tesio's arrangement of Gabetti's "Royal Italian March." (1900) Rocco de Rocco strolled for tips. He's 86 and was a regular at Pagani's. He knew Teresa Costello (Pagani's partner who took over after he died and cultivated the accordion repertoire). He played Migliavacca and Speranze Perdute (probably Pietro Deiro arrangements from the Pagani catalog). Thank you Rocco, for carrying on the tradition!
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    TODAY: San Gennaro holiday, the band is playing outside the church --La Triestina March by F Gallo. The DiBella edition.
    They played it also in the vestibule of the church--greeting San Gennaro as he was being carried down the aisle towards the street.
    This is the custom in NYC . It must be either La Triestina , or Di Girolamo's Violetta March .....These poor old men....

    Dont know how they can play at all with this mob scene all around them......!!!!! May take refuge in La Bella Napoli for the rest of the day until we leave at dusk.....

    I announced the March before they began to play it on the church sidewalk.... Composed in Montclair NJ in 1919 Dedicated to his dear friend Maestro Onofrio Di Bella, arr by Maestro Luigi Luigi Canoro. Published by DiBella.....!! They made a recording in the church vestibule. (DISPATCH from Norman Giorno-Calapristi)

    Take a listen to "La Triestina" march as played today inside and outside as introduced by Norman with the history of the march.
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    Wow! Thank you so much! You are incredible!

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