John Goodin | Mandolin Tunes 2

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Mandolin Tunes 2

by John Goodin

Newly written instrumental tunes for Mandolin and Guitar, most with harmony parts, including reels, jigs, waltzes and slow pieces.
Genre: Folk: Contra Dance
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1. The Cairo Sessions
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2. March in January
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3. Birthday Girls
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4. Chocolate for All
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5. Black Stream Crossing
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6. Enchanted Forest
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7. The Advent Star
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8. Walnuts Too
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9. Waltz for the New Year
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10. Board Eddy
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11. Big Tree Down
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12. Snow Train
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13. No Argument at All
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14. Paws Down
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15. River Mist Tree Line
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16. Elkhart Freight
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17. Midsummer Walk
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18. Tolley's Jig no. 6
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19. Henryville Forestry
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20. September Waltz
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21. Propsland
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 2017 I composed and recorded a new mandolin tune every week and posted the results on my So Many Tunes blog. These 21 tracks represent some of my favorite tunes of the original 52 pieces and I have taken some time sequencing them in an order that I find appealing.

All of the recording was done at home in Decorah, Iowa and (for better or worse) I played all of the mandolin, octave mandolin and guitar parts. My goal in most cases was to play the tune cleanly, usually 3 times through, adding harmonies as the tune developed. The sheet music for these tunes can be found on my blog as well so you can easily play along or share the music with friends.

I believe that I used three different 1920s-era oval hole Gibson mandolins, an early 1980s Flatiron octave mandolin and a recent Martin 00-18 guitar for these recordings.

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