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April 9, 2013 | River of the West 2013

Hopefully you've had the chance to read through last week's Tips and Tricks feature with staff contributor Brian Oberlin. His nuts and bolts approach to music theory on the mandolin fretboard is a great gateway for the novice player, and extra-credit material for the more advanced. His introduction to Diatonic Major and Minor Chords provides a crucial overview to understanding not only jazz, but Western European music in general.

Read article: Diatonic Major and Minor Chords with Brian Oberlin

Brian is an in-demand performer and teacher, but we should also mention his sensational work administrating the River of the West Mandolin Camp. Several of our readers have weighed in about what a great experience it was. Now in its 5th year, the workshops and educational experiences only get better.

The June 6-9 event is coming up sooner than you think so don't hesitate to get your registration in early.

Camp Details: River of the West Mandolin Camp June 6 - 9, 2013

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Archive Video link: River of the West Mandolin Camp

Posted by Ted at April 9, 2013 4:54 AM


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