I am a mature student studying music at Bath Spa University. We have a module that includes students pairing up and teaching each other a new instrument, so I am teaching another student to play the English concertina, and in a few weeks I will be assessed on giving a lesson. I've not had any formal concertina lessons myself and have probably got into all sorts of bad habits over the years. Just showing a young music student where the notes are and how to hold it is all that was needed for her young agile musical brain to seemingly have an immediate command of the instrument.
I should be very grateful for any ideas about what I can teach her in front of the lecturer who is assessing me.
Edited by Chris Timson, 27 April 2011 - 10:08 AM.