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    This is Sally Dige who asked if we'd include her new single and we're happy to. Mandolin makes an appearance part way through.


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    That's a good find! Her father, Ced Thorose, seems to be a luthier. You can find him on LinkedIn. A very musical family, it seems! Here's a video of them playing at home:

    Yes, that's correct. Ced made Leanne's mandolin.

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    Terrific UK band, The Magpies (they've now dropped the Bella, Polly and...prefix) from Yorkshire.
    The Mando player is Polly Bolton, from York.
    https://youtu.be/j4kPOdmsfDs

    https://www.themagpiesmusic.com/

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    I like those colours!
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    Unknown identical triplets with mandolinetto

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    The Boswell Sisters.

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    The sister to the right appears as if she's deeply concerned....perhaps she spied a banjo player nearby?

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    Ok, so it is not a mandolin but damn, it is worth a listen....




    It cheered me up in these turbulent times.
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    I found this while exploring museums online. The painting is resident in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. It is dated about 1633 and appears to be a celebration related to a successful hunt. You can explore the museum website here: https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/nl/mijn/v...#/SK-A-4844,27
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    Am I missing something? Not seeing a mandolin.
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    No, when I inserted the photo I didn't realize it wouldn't display the mandolin at the lower left of the painting. It just doesn't display in the post. You'll have to follow the link to see the mandolin. It may not be a mandolin, but it's a mandolin-like object. Sorry.

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    The Boswell Sisters.
    Thanks for that! I had no end of pleasure the other evening, reading about and listening to The Boswell Sisters.
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    1917 Oxford College Mandolin Club, Ohio

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    August 8, 2020, 8.5" x 11" reprint available on ebay:
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    Robert Johnson's mother, describing blues musicians:
    "I never did have no trouble with him until he got big enough to be round with bigger boys and off from home. Then he used to follow all these harp blowers, mandoleen (sic) and guitar players."
    Lomax, Alan, The Land where The Blues Began, NY: Pantheon, 1993, p.14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranald View Post
    1917 Oxford College Mandolin Club, Ohio

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    August 8, 2020, 8.5" x 11" reprint available on ebay:
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    That's a very confused mandolin club.
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    Manoela Wunder -Click image for larger version. 

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    Manoela is my music teacher; she is a classically trained violinist. We have been working on the Bach Partitas.

    Here's Manoela playing Bach's Adagio from the Sonata in G minor:





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    Here’s the video from a Patrick’s post. I thought she would be playing mandolin but she does a nice job on violin on that Bach.

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    The hang gliding looks fun:

    (Though I'd suggest turning down the audio volume)
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    Manoela is my music teacher; she is a classically trained violinist. We have been working on the Bach Partitas.

    Here's Manoela playing Bach's Adagio from the Sonata in G minor:





    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C18d...=ManoelaWunder
    Thank you so much, Patrick!!! For anyone who is interested, my number is 917-939-2365 and my email is manoelawunder@hotmail.com
    It is great meeting all of you and hope to hear from you soon!

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    The hang gliding looks fun:

    (Though I'd suggest turning down the audio volume)
    -oh, no! Thanks, that reminds me of my dilemma.
    Buy a nice mandolin or buy a paraglider!

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