La Primavera by Jonathan Jensen

TRIO 868 performs Jonathan Jensen’s “La Primavera” at the Festival Mandolines de Lunel (FRANCE) in October 2011. Jonathan Jensen has been called a “musical chameleon” and for good reason. Though best known as a BSO bassist, he also plays piano for local folk and ballroom dance groups, and mandola with the Baltimore Mandolin Quartet. He is a songwriter and published arranger/composer. Enjoy his music performed by Trio868.

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I am a High School student in Greece, enjoying sun, sea and playing soccer and basketball with my friends. I love music and maths, and I am studying classical guitar and music theory at the Greek National Conservatoire and mandolin with my dad (guess you know that from the lessons!) My favourite piece of music is Fuga y Misterio, written by Astor Piazzola and performed by Avi Avital and hie friends! I am helping my dad writing posts for theMandolinTuner magazine about mandolin artists and orchestras, and it is great fun!

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    I am a High School student in Greece, enjoying sun, sea and playing soccer and basketball with my friends. I love music and maths, and I am studying classical guitar and music theory at the Greek National Conservatoire and mandolin with my dad (guess you know that from the lessons!) My favourite piece of music is Fuga y Misterio, written by Astor Piazzola and performed by Avi Avital and hie friends! I am helping my dad writing posts for theMandolinTuner magazine about mandolin artists and orchestras, and it is great fun!

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