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    Default German romanticism or – Two voices, one mandolin

    I travelled in Germany last summer and bought a book of sheet music from a second hand bookshop in Munich at first as a souvenir - simple german folksongs and tunes of composers from the romantic era like Weber, Werner etc., for two violins. Later I found that these beautiful tunes are easily played on one mandolin. About last three months I’ve been recording these tunes in sequence and here is the playlist of first 25 tunes from this book named as “55 Zweistimmige Volkslieder zur Violinschule von Hohmann-Heim. Neuausgabe (Edition Gabriel, Oberholsten)”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpDW...B&index=8&t=0s



    Toomas Rannu
    Flat-backed mandolin crafted by Viljar Kuusk in 2008 (Tallinn, Estonia)
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg_...UaoCOpw/videos
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