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    Michael Reichenbach
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    A Celtic Morn by Emile Grimshaw
    I have used my looper to record the chords and also the second mandolin part.

    The sheet music can be found in the Jan. 1926 issue of the B.M.G. magazine

    B.M.G. magazine: John Field Memorial BMG LIBRARY
    Homepage: / Blog: / Freiburg / Germany

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    What a jolly piece, Michael. Thanks for posting this and congratulations on your impressive technique. Your link to the BMG archive is also very welcome. I have a) nearly complete set of original BMGs. They are very fragile so this online resource is very welcome although I do not have your level of music-reading skills to make best use of them.
    It is also interesting to see music branded as celtic before the concept of 'celtic music' became a thing, sometime in the 1980s I think.
    mainly Irish & Scottish but open to all dance-oriented melodic music.
    Mandos: Gibson A2, Mike Black A4, Taran Springwell, Shippey Rosewood; TM and OM by J E Dallas (London) & Davidson.

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    Registered User Gunnar's Avatar
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    Nice playing! I love tunes with that feel
    Mandolin: Kentucky KM150
    Other instruments: way too many, and yet, not nearly enough.

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