The Lone Ar-ranger goes Neapolitan!

arr. Philip R Buttall
Philip R Buttall
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I was fortunate enough to play and work with Ali Stephens, one of the UK’s leading mandolinists who sadly passed away prematurely in 2010, at the age of 40

I had collaborated with Ali in producing three pieces for solo mandolin, which we also released in duet form, and these are published by Astute Music,

At the time, I made an arrangement for mandolin of one of my most popular pieces, and sent it to Ali, but unfortunately we never got around to editing it together.

I hadn’t realised that I hadn’t uploaded it at the time to the former Sibelius, and when I was tidying up all my scores at Score Exchange, found it, and thought I would upload it, in the hope that either someone might play it and/or give some feedback if anything I’ve written is either extremely difficult - or worse, simply just impossible!

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arr. Philip R Buttall
Year of composition
Philip R Buttall
Difficult (Grades 7+)
3 minutes
Solo instrument (Mandolin [notation])
Classical music

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