I would like to travel to Scania. But I don't think there will be much interest on 20-button concertinas. Hence I'm afraid I would be rather out of place there.
Out of place? Not in the least! Here are some reasons why not:
- You may not be the only person with a 20-button anglo.
- Even those whose anglos have 30 or more buttons still enjoy tunes and arrangements that don't go beyond the 20-button core. Some of them even keep a separate 20-button instrument for some of those tunes.
- Most of our melodeon players work with 2-row models. I.e., like the two rows of your 20-button, so you should have a lot to share.
- There are even lots of great tunes that don't need to go beyond one row.
- You might be surprised at what you can learn from folks who play completely different instruments... or just enjoy by playing with them.
- Besides, we're very friendly and love to share fellowship as well as music.
So I suggest you just tell* me you're coming, and we'll have a place for you. I'll send you information about travel, being met, etc.
* The best way to tell me is to send an email via our web site. (Once there, click on "Contact Info" in the menu at the left, then on "click here" to start your email.) That way I'll have your email address for sending further information.
For what it's worth, the Swedish railways are advertising special discounted rates between Berlin and Malmö. I would expect that Deutsche Bahn has something similar. Those tickets probably include onward travel to Lund and Dalby at no extra cost. I'll check on that.