La Primavera by Jonathan Jensen

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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