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September 19, 2014 | Darol Anger & Mike Marshall; Borealis

We enjoy watching the decades long pairing of string wizards Mike Marshall and Darol Anger. This one, recorded in Europe showcases an original composition, "Borealis," featuring Mike on his legendary Monteleone mandocello. With so much closeup fingerboard and finger coverage, we can only assume it was a player who captured the performance on video.


Video Link: Borealis - Darol Anger & Mike Marshall

Purchase music from the duo's discography: Marshall/Anger


Posted by Ted at September 19, 2014 2:55 PM

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