Randy Stein suggested this theme, and I was a little apprehensive, since my classical concertina repertoire consists of exactly one tune, and I am a truly awful notation reader. And I play Anglo, not exactly an orchestral instrument.
But the TOTM forum is all about stepping outside our musical comfort zones, right? So I'm game to give it a try. How about you?
This month's theme challenge: classical music on concertina.
Take a snippet of your favorite piece, or do something longer. Do it in true 'classical' style, or do something to make it your own. Play from dots or get creative and elaborate on the piece. Take part of a classical piece and turn it into a Morris tune, or, I suppose, play a Morris tune that's been incorporated into a classical piece, a la Percy Grainger.
I know there's a lot of creativity out there; this is a chance to demonstrate it!
Edited by Jim Besser, 21 August 2014 - 09:33 PM.