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The Mandolin Play-Along Series will help you play your qccordi songs quickly and easily. Just follow the written music, listen to the CD to hear how the mandolin should sound, and then play along using the separate backing tracks.
Standard notation and tablature are both included in the book. The CD is playable on any CD player, and is also enhanced so Mac and PC users can adjust the recording to any tempo without changing the pitch! Un metodo che insegna in modo semplice e chiaro le tecniche strumentali e le nozioni teoriche musicali di base e che, grazie anche all’uso dell’intavolatura, mette in grado di suonare in breve tempo. Oltre 30 trascrizioni di brani famosi tratti dal repertorio tradizionale e pop, scale, accordi e arpeggi saranno utile e importante strumento di esercitazione.
Le Parti del Mandolino La Posizione della Mano Destra La Posizione della Mano Sinistra Accordare con la Tastiera Accordare con il Diapason Le Battute o Misure Il Punto di Valore Le Note Sopra e Sotto il Rigo Il Tono e il Semitono Steve James teaches the scales, chords, lead riffs, rhythm comping, turnarounds and other essential techniques for playing traditional blues and old-time string band accodri.
Steve James brings learning mandolinists more of the funky, old-time songs that made his previous instructional DVD on this instrument so popular.
He covers blues scales, chord patterns, walking lines, arpeggios, manndolino, and great tunes, including: Ticino mandolimo a small area at the southernmost tip of Switzerland on the border with Italy. The Ticino region was actually part of Italy manrolino a few centuries ago. The mandolin arrived in Ticino through immigrants and their music, and put down important cultural roots there.
The mandolin style in Ticino is a link to the old Italian folk music tradition, which has been largely lost acxordi Italy and throughout other parts of the world. This book is a collection of some of the most famous pieces from this vast historical repertoire. The collection includes lots of popular folk songs, virtuosic pieces by original mandolin composers, as well as an original Aonzo composition. The book is presented in English and adcordi Italian while the music is in standard notation and mandolin tablature.
Questo piccolo territorio fino a pochi secoli fa era parte dell’Italia, per cui ha mantenuto svariate sfumature di cultura italiana, pur facendo parte della Svizzera.
Il Ticino come il resto della nazione ha avuto un grande sviluppo industriale ed economico a partire dalla fine del La musica mandolinistica ha una grande tradizione come musica d’aggregazione e di festa. Ancora oggi nasce in modo spontaneo tra musicisti ed appassionati che si trovano per passare qualche momento in allegria, e viene arricchita con mandolini, chitarre, contrabbasso, canto, fisarmonica e altri strumenti.
Questo modo di suonare che si va perdendo in Italia ed in altre parti del mondo, resta attuale in Ticino. Polche, canzonette, valzer, mazurke, arie d’opera, serenate risuonavano e risuonano ancora fino a tarda ora nei luoghi di ritrovo.
Il tutto accompagnato da buon vino e cibo tradizionale.
Si va da canzonette popolari molte delle quali di autore sconosciuto a compositori originali per mandolino, passando da musica tramandata per tradizione orale molti musicisti non sapevano leggere la musica fino a repertorio di grande virtuosismo.
Fonti importanti sono state le riviste pubblicate in Italia da fine che avevano cadenza di solito bisettimanale e che gli abbonati aspettavano con trepidazione “Il plettro”, “Il mandolino”, e altre. L’intento di questo lavoro e’ quello di trasmettere agli appassionati mandolinisti di tutto il mondo, la cultura musicale del Ticino e lo spirito allegro e cordiale che caratterizza la Svizzera italiana. Spesso accade, quindi, che le note scritte siano solo una traccia e l’interpretazione sia ogni volta diversa.
Diplomato in mandolino con il massimo dei voti e la lode al Conservatorio di Padova, ha collaborato con numerose istituzioni musicali incluse la Filarmonica del Teatro alla Scala di Milano, e la Nashville Chamber Orchestra Usa.
Ha registrato per l’americana Mel Bay, un concerto-video sulla storia del repertorio per mandolino solo Carlo Aonzo: E’ titolare di un corso annuale a partecipazione internazionale a New York e nel ha fondato l’Accademia Mandolinistica Internazionale Italiana.
Si occupa inoltre dell’organizzazione di concerti e rassegne musicali ed ha conseguito la Laurea in Economia per le Arti, la Cultura e la Comunicazione. Suona in alcune Orchestre Mandolinistiche, in Du. Tiene regolarmente concerti in Svizzera ed all’estero. Nelle serate conviviali viene eseguita molto spesso proprio per il suo carattere allegro e vivace. E importante segnalare che spesso nella musica popolare la stessa melodia sia d’uso in diversi luoghi ma con titoli ed attribuzioni diverse.
Giambonini ha studiato armonia e contrappunto ed ha suonato in tante orchestrine in salotti, alberghi e balere di tutta Europa, con un repertorio musicale immenso operette, musica da ballo, classica e popolare.
Era un musicista poliedrico, negli strumenti e negli spartiti. Nella musica popolare infatti, oltre a canzonette piuttosto semplici, sono presenti brani molto virtuosi. Suonato sia in duo sia con orchestra. Carnevale di Venezia – Arr.
The first and foremost Italian mandolin book dedicated to the traditional music from Southern Italy. Written in standard notation and mandolin tablature with guitar and mandolin chord accompaniment, this book introduces the reader to the various authentic folk songs from the regions of Campagnia, Calabria, Puglia, Sicily and Sardinia.
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With detailed descriptions of the songs and dances, historical and technical information about tarantella and pizzica music, the book will increase the knowledge and repertoire of Italian folk music for both beginners and professional musicians alike.
The book provides an excellent foundation needed to play in the style of the music. With preparatory technical studies, mandolink student will learn the Italian style of tremolo, picking, and rhythms that accentuate the music. Together with the accompanying CD, the student will be able to play along and follow the precise nuances that distinguish mandooino music.
The first and foremost comprehensive mandolin book focusing on traditional Southern Italian folk music – Teaches playing techniques and historical information about the madolino, tarantella and Italian folk music – An important asset for beginners to professional musicians interested in expanding their knowledge and repertoire of Italian folk music.
About the Mandolin The eapolitan Mandolin, also known as the round back or bowled back mandolin, may have descended from the acccordi century when similar instruments such as the Ud were first introduced through Arabic culture in Southern Italy. Throughout medieval and renaissance Europe, these instruments evolved and developed their own unique playing styles accorci various terms were used to describe them such as: An accorsi referred to as the mandola first appeared in Italian documents in Florence in the late sixteenth century.
Manuscripts about the Italian Commedia dell’Arte also referred to it as an instrument used by. Scappino’one of it’s stock comic characters and the most musical of the Commedia troupe. Even the great violin maker, Antonio Stradivari, was also responsible for making an instrument called the mandolino, however at that time the instrument had five courses and gut strings and could be considered a soprano lute.
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B the sixteenth century, Naples was the cultural capital of Southern Italy and its style of music and instruments influenced all of Europe. The use of metal strung, plectrum instruments had already been popular in Naples with instruments such as the colascione and the chitarra battente and were used to accompany popular songs and adcordi. It was not until the major developments in construction made by Neapolitan luthiers in the eighteenth and nineteenth century, that the mandolin continued to be successful.
One of these first important luthiers was Gaetano Vinaccia whose instruments were widely in use during the ‘s. However, his son Mahdolino, could be credited for redesigning a mandolin around the ‘s which used eight metal strings, or four courses, was played with a plectrum made of tortoiseshell instead of a quill and was tuned in fifths, g,d,a,e similar to the violin.
Because the mandolin was now fitted with steel strings, an influence that might have come from new innovations on the piano and violin, Vinaccia also changed the construction of the instrument in order to fit the ,andolino of the strings and to produce more volume.
Thus, the modem mandolin was born. The instrument became known as the Neapolitan Mandolin especially mandoilno of its popularity in and around Naples and it’s success as quickly influencing the rest of the world. B the late ‘s, mandolins were very much in demand and with the rise of Italian immigration to America, mandolins were being manufactured in the United States.
Italian luthiers were working for larger manufacturers uch as Lyon and Healy of Chicago and the C. Martin company in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Some of these lutbiers tried to work on their own and set up shops in downtown New York City where the Italian population as the greatest. The standard Neapolitan design had not changed much since Amndolino until when Orville Gibson, an inentor from upstate New York, came up with a successful design of a mandolin with a flat back.
The idea of a flat back had been unsuccessful before and not very popular. Gibson finally got his patent in and the flat back mandolin began to flourish and seep into the mainstream of American music. There have been many debates since that time over the preference and sound of the two instruments. Whatever your preference, you will find the music in this book to be very rewarding as you enjoy playing authentic tunes from Southern Italy. As Lomax discovered in the ‘s, traces of every period in Italian history could still be heard in the folk music.
The songs that have survived clearly have passed the test of time. Some of the songs such as the “Antidotum Tarantulae” and the Neapolitan villanelle we know are from the ‘s and have the characteristics of renaissance music. I was very fortunate to have learned many of these songs while living in Italy during the early ‘s, when there was a resurgence of interest in traditional music.
Msndolino that time, the Neapolitan composer and director Roberto De Simone and his group, La Nuova Compagnia di Canto Popolare, had led the way by performing and recording songs from the region of Naples. With new arrangements he brought forward many unknown traditional songs based on his research.
Many of the tunes in this book were taught to me as I sat down with my guitar and mandolin in an apartment in Florence with the street musicians who accodi formed the musical group Pupi e Mzndolino.
They were all from the south of Italy and began singing their traditional songs on the streets and piazzas of Florence, just as it might have been in the sixteenth century. Joining their original troupe and performing and touring with them all accorci Europe and on the east coast of the United States for several years, I began to realize the vast repertoire of songs that existed and how much of it had been past down by oral tradition.
It also gave me an excellent opportunity to be part of the tradition itself and inspired me to continue researching more about this music as well as understanding how it was to be played with the right feeling and gusto. I was sure that my Italian grandparents would have been proud of me.
Also for the Italian-American community, I felt it was important to re-connect this music that many had forgotten upon their arrival in the new world. With all of the music I had learned in Italy, I began to teach musicians this repertoire while making my own arrangements as well as writing new compositions inspired on the traditional forms. At first the American audiences were not accustomed to this kind of Italian music and most people wanted us to play the standard Italian music that had already been absorbed into the I mainstream.
The Tarantella was only known as an Italian wedding dance and no one had ever heard of a Pizzica or Tammurriata. However, the musicians that Accorei photo: Colita, Barcellona Spagna first started to teach this music to were very supportive and eager to learn all about the music and traditions connected to it.
During the early ‘s the group I Giullari di Piazza were beginning to make these songs heard accordj new audiences in New York and throughout the States, presented in theatrical productions which included music, theater and dance. InI had the great opportunity to work together and tour with one of the most famous singers of traditional Sardinian music, Maria Carta. Known throughout the world mandoliho her haunting and heart felt interpretation of Sardinian music she xccordi often been accorxi as Italy’s Joan Baez.