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    Default Bellenghi and Weidt

    I came across a couple of mandocello method books at the library. I haven't had a chance to look through these yet but as the Bickford method seems the most discussed and sought after, I'm wondering if anyone is familiar with these? -- Joe
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    Default Re: Bellenghi and Weidt

    The Weidt is known (although I have not personally seen a copy). The Bellenghi is new to me (what is the publication date?).
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    Default Re: Bellenghi and Weidt

    Looks like a 1896 copyright date on that one. Which library? Did you get pictures of all the pages by any chance?
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    Default Re: Bellenghi and Weidt

    These are at the Library of Congress. Because these are way out of copyright, I guess my goal is to create a pdf of each and somehow share. I have to figure out how to share a sizable pdf. In any case, this has to wait until after CMSA.

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    Default Re: Bellenghi and Weidt

    That sounds good Joe. If you want to take the pictures or do the scans, I’ll be happy to convert them into a pdf. I can give you access to one of my shared drives so you can upload them there. Also, you can open a free Dropbox account and share a folder on there. Anything I can do to help, please let me know!

    Have fun at CMSA. I wish I could have been there this year.
    (I was) my own teacher and pupil, and thanks to the efforts
    of both, they were not discontented with each other. -- Segovia

    Lawrence Smart Stern 2-point Mandolin
    Lawrence Smart Stern 2-point Mandola
    Weber Gallatin Mandocello
    Weber Gallatin Soprano (Piccolo) Mandolin
    Breedlove Prototype Mandolin

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