Mario Parodi

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Mario Parodi

Postby Ramon Amira » Fri Nov 15, 2013 5:45 am

I have never heard of this guitarist. Does anyone know anything about him? This is some nice playing.

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Re: Mario Parodi

Postby Les Backshall » Fri Nov 15, 2013 8:16 am

Parodi's was one of the first LPs I bought - and the most listened to - I always wanted to be able to play Fur Elise like he does.

Liebestraume, No.3 Op.62 - Liszt
The Prophet Bird From Woodland Scenes, Op.82 - Schumann
Waltz No.9 In A Flat Op.69 No.1 - Chopin
Malaguena No.3 From Suite Espana, Op.165 - Albeniz
Study In Blue And White (Cantabile) - Parodi
Clair De Lune No.3 From Bergamasque Suite - Debussy
Fur Elise, Bagatelle In A Minor - Beethoven
Waltz No.14 In E Minor (Posthumous) - Chopin
Allegro Comodo From Fantasia (3rd Movement) - Parodi
Waltz No.7 In C Sharp Minor Op.64 No. 2 - Chopin
Cradle Song Op.49 No.4 - Brahms

Superb playing - and you can still buy a copy - search 'discogs'.

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Re: Mario Parodi

Postby OldPotter » Fri Nov 15, 2013 8:39 am

Parodi's was one of the first LPs I bought


Same here, I think it was on a discounted label, so I could afford it.

Still don't know anything about him. The L.P. was out in the late 60's I think.

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Re: Mario Parodi

Postby Jacek A. Rochacki » Fri Nov 15, 2013 9:35 am

I happen to hear playing by Mario Parodi (1917–1970) sometime in '60. There are informations on him in Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_Parodi
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Re: Mario Parodi

Postby Brynmor » Fri Nov 15, 2013 4:32 pm

As well as the one already listed, I have another LP by Mario Parodi:

    Arabesca No 1 (Debussy)
    Vals op 40 No 8 (Tchaikovsky)
    Traumerei op 9 No 2 (R Strauss)
    Cancion Triste (Gomez Rafael Calleja)
    Rumores de La Caleta (Albeniz)
    Seis Instantaneas (M Parodi)
    Nocturno op 9 No 1 (Scriabin)
    Mazurca op 68 No 2 (Chopin)
    Aria (Bach)


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