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Thread: Luthier for Fouchetti-period mandoline? Or Bortolazzi style?

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    Default Re: Luthier for Fouchetti-period mandoline? Or Bortolazzi style?

    A recording that I haven't obtained yet, this post borrowed from one I made in December:

    Quote Originally Posted by Eugene View Post
    I've been eyeing this collection for a little while. Thanks to August's Facebook page, I now have confirmation that Alon Sariel covered the mandolin works using a 1780 Genaro Vinaccia. (The mandolin works appear on vol. 37 of 90.) Check it!

    https://www.naxos.com/beethoven250/



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    It blends well with the fortepiano (if that's what it is).

    That young composer has a future, I'd say...

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    Ha!

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