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Gypsy Mandolin!: The Extraordinary Artistry of Howard Frye

Gypsy Mandolin!: The Extraordinary Artistry of Howard Frye

Howard Frye, a master of the classical mandolin, demonstrates his artistry in this recording of Russian and Eastern European music. Thought to be derived from the lute, the mandolin’s exact origin is unknown, but its recognizable sound can be found in both classical and traditional music in Europe, Asia, and North and South America. On this recording Frye is accompanied by a quartet composed of piano, accordion, percussion, and bass.

Track Listing

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Czardas Howard Frye 4:13
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102
Khaitarma Howard Frye 2:29
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103
Romance de Amor / Tico-Tico (medley) Howard Frye 4:38
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104
Midnight in Moscow (Moscow Nights) Howard Frye 2:47
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Russian Polka Howard Frye 2:34
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106
Stelutza / Ciocarlia (medley) Howard Frye 4:17
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107
Doina Howard Frye 3:22
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108
Kalitka / Tsiganka (medley) Howard Frye 4:22
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109
Magyar Medley Howard Frye 4:04
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110
Hassipico Howard Frye 2:19
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111
Tsuika Howard Frye 1:53
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Hora Staccato Howard Frye 1:48
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