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Makers of quality Concertinas in Ireland, The Clare and The Vintage. Concertina Ireland - Handcrafted in Ireland and shipped worldwide! The Clare – Mid Range The Clare is the perfect Concertina for students moving up from a beginner instrument. The fast response of the button action allows the player to achieve ornamentation and fast rolls with ease. The quality tone of the handmade Italian...
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Is proudly brought to you by the United States Concertina Association and the World Concertina Congress; organizations devoted to the promotion and preservation of the chemnitzer concertina and related musical instruments from the bellows-driven, free-reed family. The site features an extensive library of free sheet music, self-instruction materials, a collection of nostalgic and historic...
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We offer you a unique range of unusual and exciting acoustic and folk instruments from all over the world at great prices. Every item has been chosen to give the best quality at each price level. So give us a call, buy here online, or visit one of our music shops, our staff are friendly and well...
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There are no designated instructors or “performers”. Instead, when everyone gathers on Friday evening we will compose a workshop schedule depending on what the participants want to learn and who has expertise to share. Example themes could include techniques for song accompaniment, comparing the...
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Dear Visitor, due to the high demand of 7Mount Concertinas and the growing waiting list, I’m currently taking no new orders. Thank you for your understanding. Welcome to the 7Mount Concertinas Website. 7Mount Concertinas are modern Anglo Concertinas, built following proven, traditional design...
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Home page for the Wheatstone Concertina Ledgers from the Horniman Museum, London www.horniman.ac.uk. Historical business records from C. Wheatstone & Co. are held at the Library of the Horniman Museum in London. The earliest ledgers from the Wayne Archives contain company sales records from the late 1830s to the 1860s (though with some large gaps) along with production records from the 1860s to...
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A brief biography. Dan has been playing concertina for over 70 years. He started playing when he was seven years old. Together with his brothers and sisters, he made his first recording back in 1941 on a wire recorder. He formed his own orchestra in 1969. In 1979 the Dan Gruetzmacher Orchestra recorded "Duel Concertinas". In 1990 he recorded "Let's have a party", in 1991 they released "We love...
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Droon's: the small group in which I try to play Celtic Music (opens in a new browser window). A selection of Celtic slow airs including ABC, dots, Midi and some recordings. ACE: the Arran Concertina Event site (opens in a new browser window). This site is under construction.. For the time being you can go to:. Geuns Wakker files: pages that I used to sell the Geuns Wakker. My tunebook with my...
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A Wide Range Of Traditional Irish Musical Instruments including anglo concertina for sale, bodhran drum for sale, irish wooden flutes, violins for sale, accordion for sale, bodhran beaters, low whistle. If you are looking to purchase a traditional Irish bodhrán you have come to the right place. We have been making great bodhrans for 37 years. We have a fantastic selection of Tunable and...
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Publishes cds en dvds: (Documentary "Playing the concertina" and cds "Concertina Scape and Concertina Scape 2"). Play-along books and sheetmusic such as Duets for Concertina (both English and 30 key Anglo) with play-along cd. Organizes and/or gives workshops, lectures and concerts. Concertina Academy was founded by Pauline de Snoo. Concertina tutor(s) for English Concertina and the Anglo...
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Credit is due to the contributing authors for the great bulk of everything in the Concertina Library. Click on any contributor's name to see a directory of items contributed. More about all contributing authors This page contains a column over on the far right (the yellow one) listing directories of the major documents available here. These sections don't change very often. Each link leads to a...
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You can usually find me playing concertina every Thursday night at McGinley's Pub in Anchorage, where there's a great Irish session. I do play other styles of music on concertina: old-time fiddle and dance tunes, for example, though I mostly seek Irish tunes when I'm ready to add something new to my repertoire. The anglo is more often used among traditional Irish players, but I enjoy playing my...
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My main occupation,apart from singing, playing at music sessions and for ceilidhs, is researching songs and tunes from East Anglia, specialising in Cambridgeshire and its near neighbours. I have written an award-winning book on Cambridgeshire folksongs which you can read about on another page. I also give talks to community groups, folk clubs and festival audiences on songs collected in...
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Hypertextualized from the Concertina FAQ written by Chris Timson. The HTML translation of the FAQ was originally performed by Phoebe Sengers, and is now maintained by Chris Timson. Please send comments about the contents to Chris by clicking here, or visit my home page. A number of pages are hosted here. If you are looking for the Concertina FAQ then you have arrived; just keep on reading. If...
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The Button Box sells and repairs concertinas and accordions. We make R. Morse anglo, English, and duet concertinas, and we carry concertinas and accordions from makers such as Wheatstone, Lachenal, Saltarelle, Castagnari, Hohner, Weltmeister, and Paolo Soprani. We stock new accordions from Castagnari, Saltarelle, Serenellini, Brandoni, Weltmeister, and Hohner. We cannot predict what used...
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