Peghead Nation instructors play a mandolin and guitar duet of John Reischman’s original waltz.
by Dan Gabel
March 02, 2018
Mandolin master John Reischman recorded his original tune “The North Shore” on his 1999 album Up in the Woods. It's a sweet minor-key waltz inspired by Bill Monroe compositions like “Lonesome Moonlight Waltz” and others. He and Peghead Nation co-founder and guitar instructor Scott Nygaard played this version together while John was in the studio recording lessons for his Melodic Mandolin Tunes course, in which he teaches “The North Shore” and other original and traditional tunes. You can also hear John and Scott play together in a trio with another Peghead Nation instructor, Sharon Gilchrist, on their recently released album, The Harmonic Tone Revealers.
Sign up for Melodic Mandolin Tunes with John Reischman now, and get your first month free when you use the promo code “JohnTunes” at checkout.
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