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    Hello
    i would like to send my warm regards to all the American Mandolin lovers
    following a traditional Sicily Polka for you
    Antonio Calsolaro


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    Buonissimo! Grazie.

    The music of my grandfather.
    Think globally, bike locally.

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    Nice! Full of sunshine!

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    Thank you!
    I transcribed two of your tunes from Youtube.
    The Quadrigula and a Tarantella.
    Please let us know about your week long workshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wundo View Post
    Thank you!
    I transcribed two of your tunes from Youtube.
    The Quadrigula and a Tarantella.
    Please let us know about your week long workshop.
    Wundo... care to share your transcriptions?
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    Here's the Quadrigula, I called it #3
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Quadriglia.pdf  

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    I hope Antonio doesn't mind.
    As always, there may be some transcription errors
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Calsolaro Tarantella.pdf  

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    Thanks, Wundo. That will save me some transcription time of my own. I have a few of his tunes converted to mp4 so I can slow them down and transcribe thru ASD. I will post when I can get to them. Or perhaps Antonio will post some of these here.
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    Dear Friends, thank you very much... i'm working in a big project to collect all the traditional music (from 1800 and 1900 barbers) defining music sheet for each one....
    Hope this year we will published all of them.
    TRIP: People in Los Angeles is trying to arrange this week trip.... Not 100% sure yet... I will let you know
    Best Regards
    Christian / Antonio Calasolaro

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    Buongiorno Antonio,
    sono molto interessato al suo progetto. Ha giÓ pubblicato qualcosa? E' possibile acquistarlo?
    Grazie

    Hi Antonio,
    I am very interested in your project. Do you have published something already? Is it possible to buy it?
    Thanks

    Paolo

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    Thank you! Music from my ancestral homeland.

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