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    Michael Reichenbach
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    This mazurka by the famous composer C. A. Bracco can be found in the Album pour Mandoline No. 3 which has been published by Ricordi ca. 1899. Bracco is famous for his compositions “I Mandolin a Congresso” and especially for his Serenade “Memories of a Concert” which was sung by Enrico Caruso.

    The Album pour Mandoline contains 12 compositions for mandolin with piano accompaniment, with second mandolin and guitar ad. lib. The pieces are great for a trio with two mandolins and guitar.

    I have recorded the guitar and 2nd mandolin with my loop station.

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    Hello, Michael.
    Beautiful music well played on an impressive instrument. I happen to play in a trio with 2 mandolins and guitar. I know I could search, but is the Album pour Mandoline available on your website, or elsewhere? Thanks, Chris.

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    Michael Reichenbach
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    Hi Christopher, I have put the scores of the Album pour Mandoline No. 1 and No.3 to my musicaneo site:
    https://michaelreichenbach.musicaneo.com/
    I plan to make scans of Album No.2 and Album No. 4 also
    Homepage: www.mandoisland.de / Blog: www.mandoisland.com / Freiburg / Germany

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    Michael Reichenbach
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    Hi Christopher, I have put the scores of the Album pour Mandoline No. 1 and No.3 to my musicaneo site:
    https://michaelreichenbach.musicaneo.com/
    I plan to make scans of Album No.2 and Album No. 4 also
    Homepage: www.mandoisland.de / Blog: www.mandoisland.com / Freiburg / Germany

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    Thank you, Michael. I'm so behind the times. I didn't even know about musicaneo! Yet another online treasure trove.

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    Wonderful playing, Michael! Thanks so much! I love mazurkas.
    Jim

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    Beautiful playing, thank you!

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    It's always the "B" section that hooks me on a mazurka! Bracco composed a great mazurka (don't think he's ever composed a bad one?)
    Sheri Mignano Crawford

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