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    Default does anyone have PDF for this Calace composition?

    The PDF on the web site for
    14309 Ouverture Genova (trio for mandolin, liuto, and piano)
    appears to be corrupt

    does anyone have a good version of this PDF?

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    I just checked. My pdf of that trio is also corrupt. I even trued to rename it taking out the odd characters. The only thing I have is a handwritten version arranged for mandolin orchestra by Jiro Nakano from his archives. I can post it here if that helps. I suppose you could write to FMI where it is available for download and tell them that that file is corrupt. The guy who runs that site (I seem to remember that his name is Michael) and that he checks in here from time to time.

    I do have the three volume set of Calace pieces published in Japan but according to this thread I don't see any Op. 143.
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    Default Re: does anyone have PDF for this Calace composition?

    I have it, although not in PDF. PM me.
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    I think Calace was willing to make the whole library available digitally. I would guess that they or FMI just had a problem with that one file. I just wrote to FMI and see if they can correct the problem for all of us.
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