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    Cindy Geija from the Cindy G Bluegrass Band. I knew her when
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    "Bargain instruments are no bargains if you can't play them". These are the words of J. Garber.

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    Sorry, don't have time to scroll through 72 pages. I'm quite sure I'd find Eva Holbrook already listed. But this lovely woman is an incredibly talented player - and her rendition of Tuscany is just heavenly, could listen to her play all day and night.


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    This woman probably plays the mandolin like this too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mandolin breeze View Post
    Sorry, don't have time to scroll through 72 pages. I'm quite sure I'd find Eva Holbrook already listed. But this lovely woman is an incredibly talented player - and her rendition of Tuscany is just heavenly, could listen to her play all day and night.

    I have been a fan of Eva and this video for years. Even played it for my daughter who is a classical flute player. Love this.
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    the Wilders are one my favorite bands ever. Betse is a Winfield legend!
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    I like those colours!
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    I like those colours!
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    That's probably a gittern. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gittern
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    Not mandolins, but they are women.
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