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  • A mandolin (mandolino) is a musical instrument in the lute family (plucked, or strummed). It descends from the mandore, a soprano member of the lute family.
  • A musical instrument resembling a lute, having paired metal strings plucked with a plectrum. It is played with a characteristic tremolo on long sustained notes
  • a stringed instrument related to the lute, usually played with a plectrum
  • A mandoline (, ) is a cooking utensil used for slicing and for cutting juliennes; with proper attachments, it can make crinkle-cuts. It consists of two parallel working surfaces, one of which can be adjusted in height.
  • Mark Wayne (1896–1984), US army officer. He served as chief of staff of the US Army ground forces in 1942 and as UN commander and commander in chief of the US Far East command 1952–53. He signed the Korean armistice
  • United States general who was Allied commander in Africa and Italy in World War II and was commander of the United Nations forces in Korea (1896-1984)
  • United States psychologist (born in Panama) whose research persuaded the Supreme Court that segregated schools were discriminatory (1914-2005)
  • United States explorer who (with Meriwether Lewis) led an expedition from St. Louis to the mouth of the Columbia River; Clark was responsible for making maps of the area (1770-1838)
clark mandolin - Captain Corelli's
Captain Corelli's Mandolin: The Illustrated Film Companion
Captain Corelli's Mandolin: The Illustrated Film Companion
The island of Cephallonia is now familiar as the setting of the novel Captain Corelli's Mandolin. This book explores the turbulent history of the island, focusing on the World War II years of Italian occupation, as well as telling the behind-the-scenes story of how the film version was made. The filmmakers have added their own visions, carefully explained here in an official companion to the movie, and de Bernieres' introduction shows how he anticipated that. All he could do to ensure respectful treatment of his novel was insist it should not be sold to Hollywood. The history of the filming is itself fascinating—the search for the cast, the locations, even the guns for the battle sequences. Film journalist Steve Clark has done a good job here, aided and abetted by the stunning Greek island setting and ample action and character stills from the film.

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David's Fiddle
David's Fiddle
My 900th post! What's left of my gggrandfather's fiddle. Kept in a pillow case and stepped on around 1900. Owned by David Clark Baker who used to play fiddle on the north end of Portland, Indiana on Friday and Sat. nights. David was also an attorney and a member of the Indiana House of Representatives. The earliest date inside the fiddle is 1808. That's a digital of his portrait. David Clark Baker B. Dayton, Ohio 1808 D. Portland, Indiana 1884 Wife: Sarah VanCleve Front of Fiddle inside says: 1816 Gibson of Kalamazoo, Mich 1902 Maker of the Gibson Mandolin Inside the back: lowered 1/8 and 1/6 by A. H. Hildreth Dayton, Ohio A. Thorley or Thurley bought 1816 David Clark Baker, the owner lived in Dayton before moving to Portland, Indiana. and was born in 1808 The floor here is my Chatham, NY house which was built in 1820. Spectacular floor!
Samurai Joe Ross with mandolin
Samurai Joe Ross with mandolin
Ceili Boys band played Halloween 2010 at Kruse Farms Market and Bakery, Roseburg, Oregon

clark mandolin
clark mandolin
The Romantic Approach, Volume 2: A Special Collection of Music From Italy and France
What makes music Romantic? Like beauty, Romanticism is in the eye or ear of the beholder. As a musical movement, it is generally associated with 19th century Europe, but The Romantic Approach, Volume One was a collection of 20th century American works, all of which had some fairly obvious Romantic elements. That first recording may have surprised listeners who felt that contemporary America has produced very little Romantic art. The Romantic Approach, Volume Two, on the other hand, includes the very heart of the Romantic literature. Of all the countries in the world, France and Italy have been those most associated with things romantic; even the sounds of their languages are musical, and that songlike quality has certainly colored much of the music (classical or otherwise) of these two countries.
The Romantic Approach, Volume Two, contains music by some of the greatest French and Italian Romantics: Puccini, Faure' Debussy, Respighi, and numerous others are included. Many of them will be familiar to opera lovers, and that is probably not a coincidence. Opera means high drama, star-crossed lovers, emotions writ large upon a grand stage - the very essence of Romanticism already existed in the opera world, which was a central part of the musical life of France and Italy. The Romantic Approach, Volume Two, reflects this: beautiful melodies from two opera favorites, Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana and Massenet's Thais, are included; and three of the greatest operatic composers, Rossini, Puccini, and Verdi, are all represented by typically soulful instrumental works. But unjustly neglected masterpieces from gifted French and Italian composers Jean Francaix and Guiseppe Martucci are included as well, and the collection is rounded out with emotional, evocative works by Maurice Ravel and Erik Satie.
Like the earlier volume, this collection is centered around the sounds of the instrumental family that is most often associated with Romantic music: the strings. Whether it is singing cellos, soaring violins, or sighing mandolins, the instruments of the string family have an uncanny ability (in the right hands) to express a full range of emotion, and some of the most Romantic music ever written has the sounds of a string quartet or a full string orchestra at its heart.