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#1 Leo

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Posted 14 March 2008 - 12:24 PM

A comparison of music from various instruments.

Gina Le Faux plays the Rochelle C/G Anglo Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...mteXOVUU&fmt=18

Gina Le Faux plays a Morse 30 Key Anglo Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...otjoBMCE&fmt=18

Jon Loomes plays a Wheatstone 48 Key English Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...bu5trxzw&fmt=18

Jon Looms plays a Lachenal Ediophone
http://www.youtube.c...GunB7stM&fmt=18

Jon Loomes demonstrates a Morse Baritone Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...t0mCGDKY&fmt=18

The Jon Looms Blooper Special
http://www.youtube.c...vrAfmMZo&fmt=18

A.P James C/G
http://www.youtube.c...5vWkD1w0&fmt=18

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Edited by Leo, 16 September 2010 - 10:33 PM.


#2 PeterT

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Posted 14 March 2008 - 12:43 PM

I think we know which video will get the most plays! :lol:

Thanks, Leo.

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Posted 19 March 2008 - 06:05 AM

can anybody tell me the name of the tune that gina is playing on the rochelle and the morse?

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Posted 19 March 2008 - 08:55 AM

can anybody tell me the name of the tune that gina is playing on the rochelle and the morse?

One of the video clips has a comment asking whether it is "The Rose in the Heather". I've put the ABC notation for that tune into the Tune-o-Tron, and it sounds very likely.

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Posted 19 March 2008 - 04:03 PM

Wow!
That Rochelle sounds pretty good. To a point, that my votes go to it. I think, of all the sound clips Rochelle has the most sweet, so to speak. It's a bit slower, obviously, but sound wise I liked it the best.

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Posted 19 March 2008 - 04:52 PM

can anybody tell me the name of the tune that gina is playing on the rochelle and the morse?

It's "Willy Coleman's."

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Posted 22 March 2008 - 10:24 AM

thank´s for your help.

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 11:22 AM

Irish reel on 3 different concertinas
http://www.youtube.c...xhUN6cdo&fmt=18

Lachenal Anglo C/G Concertina No. 26722
http://www.youtube.c...PSTmS1L8&fmt=18

Chantal Noppen Demonstrates a Morse Baritone Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...K-BjzZFs&fmt=18

Chantal Noppen Plays a Morse Albion Treble Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...ztoQs5qM&fmt=18

Chantal Noppen Demonstrates a Marcus Treble Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...mbdUnQXw7FMT=18

Chantal Noppen Tells Us a Little About Herself
http://www.youtube.c...nvWbmOqw&FMT=18

Chantal's Gag Reel
http://www.youtube.c...gi8ZEHic&FMT=18

Chantal Noppen demonstrates a Jackie Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...lLCzvJ98&fmt=18

Chantal Noppen Demonstrate the Jack Baritone Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...NzEDCKnE&fmt=18

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(Added Jack Baritone 23 April)

Edited by Leo, 27 June 2008 - 05:39 PM.


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Posted 23 June 2008 - 10:16 PM

Dipper G/D Anglo Concertina - Oh Suzanna
http://www.youtube.c...1spdelJM&fmt=18

Dipper G/D Anglo Concertina - Donkey Riding
http://www.youtube.c...jEkG2Obk&fmt=18

Herrington C/G
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=-zoQMBrDiMs

46-Button Hayden Duet Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...-dMLZQ80&fmt=18

John Connor concertina
http://www.youtube.c...tbjJf4IU&fmt=18


Hayden Duet Concertina: Waltz Medley
http://www.youtube.c...vPkV_-TM&fmt=18

Stagi Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...ipO9kzE0&fmt=18

Marcus C/G Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...GXBasteI&fmt=18

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Edited by Leo, 27 September 2011 - 10:15 PM.


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Posted 24 June 2008 - 12:27 AM

[url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67fvlY1z5mQ&fmt=18"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67fvlY1z5mQ&fmt=18[/url]
Ho-ho! That's a nice one! That's the one I can't possibly play on the English.
Is it me, or is it recording, or has the tone generally improved?
I'd also watch your face. Stick a sigarette in your mouth, or a pipe, if you can't crack a smile. :lol:
I especially liked the second part. Seems like you're getting the Duet playing.
Hmm. Too late for me. Just tell me once again, how much you paid for that Wakker of yours, so I can come to my censes. Please?

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Posted 24 June 2008 - 05:01 PM

http://www.youtube.c...vlY1z5mQ&fmt=18
Ho-ho! That's a nice one! That's the one I can't possibly play on the English.
Is it me, or is it recording, or has the tone generally improved?
I'd also watch your face. Stick a sigarette in your mouth, or a pipe, if you can't crack a smile. :lol:
I especially liked the second part. Seems like you're getting the Duet playing.
Hmm. Too late for me. Just tell me once again, how much you paid for that Wakker of yours, so I can come to my censes. Please?

You folks are fast, I was going to post this today. Sounds like YouTube didn't muck up the sound as much on the latest tune, maybe something having to do with their new "high quality" mode. There is some harsh clipping that isn't on the original recording.

I don't find it natural to smile for cameras...well, there's a little one at the end. Playing in front of people is different. Hey, it only took 5 or 6 takes this time!

The Wakker was $5700. They're now $5875, or $8550 for the 65-key.

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Posted 24 June 2008 - 05:31 PM

Hey, it only took 5 or 6 takes this time!

I don't believe you. I don't want to believe you. Why should I have a breakdown?

The Wakker was $5700. They're now $5875, or $8550 for the 65-key.


Beautiful! :lol:
Absolutely beautiful. Keep on saying this. Sweet music.
"The Wakker was $5700"! A poetry!
I'm calm, sure and strong. I love the whole World, deeeeep breath.
Ahhhh.

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Posted 25 June 2008 - 07:57 AM

Good idea, putting up hands-on critiques of different models!

I'm afraid the anglo demos didn't help me much, however. The lady didn't let us hear how the high and low notes blend, or how well the right hand can assert itself over the left, or what a full chord sounds like. That's what I'd really want to hear in an anglo! Single-note melodies are seldom a problem.

Cheers,
John

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Posted 25 June 2008 - 01:33 PM

Under the Double Eagle played on Hayden duet concertina
http://www.youtube.c...vlY1z5mQ&fmt=18

I've re-uploaded this video with a little editing to improve the quality.
http://www.youtube.c...rHqQkMC0&fmt=18

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Posted 27 June 2008 - 05:48 PM

Good idea, putting up hands-on critiques of different models!

I'm afraid the anglo demos didn't help me much, however. The lady didn't let us hear how the high and low notes blend, or how well the right hand can assert itself over the left, or what a full chord sounds like. That's what I'd really want to hear in an anglo! Single-note melodies are seldom a problem.

Cheers,
John

Hi John

Sounds like a good project. When can you start. Sounds like it's way above my understanding.

Most of the clips I found are advertisements from one place, just to satisfy a curiosity I believe for people that have a minor curiosity of "What does it sound like?". They look like they were professionally done, by one company, in one place. I had no control over content. The only type of instrument missing was a duet, which I just recently found.

Thanks
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Posted 19 July 2008 - 11:52 AM

Wheatstone Aeola Bass-baritone
http://www.youtube.c...ZQN2RjaI&fmt=18

Sherwood Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...JsOjH_iY&fmt=18

The Aeola TT:
http://www.youtube.c...KRlPpYGQ&fmt=18

The Wheatstone #22:
http://www.youtube.c...EeAskess&fmt=18

The Jeffries C/G Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...zpCx--bU&fmt=18

wheatstone Base
http://www.youtube.c...L_AqAyB0&fmt=18

Scholer
http://www.youtube.c...Im8qSo1o&fmt=18

Baritone-Treble Aeola Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...QeMqMn6c&fmt=18

Jeffries Bb/F Anglo concertina
http://www.youtube.c...Q3QTap-E&fmt=18

Stagi 30 Button
http://www.youtube.c...tarcisP4&fmt=18

List keeps getting longer doesn't it? Is there no end to the different types and sounds?

Thanks
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Edited by Leo, 25 January 2009 - 01:16 AM.


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Posted 25 January 2009 - 03:09 PM

I've edited, repaired and updated quite a few broken links. They should all work now. Here are a few not mentioned before. All of them have been posted with an emphasis on audio quality in no particular order, so if you have a good sound system they should give a good representation of the sounds.

Edgley
2-row (24 button) C/G concertina
http://www.youtube.c...xkDc6S9o&fmt=18

C/G anglo concertina
http://www.youtube.c...gstaPzXI&fmt=18

Crabb
D/A Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...MLFRPH-E&fmt=18

Wakker
anglo concertina with rosewood ends
http://www.youtube.c...osJHAepA&fmt=18

WA1 Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...zud3S93A&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=pvqsFzoix2w

46-key Hayden duet concertina with padauk ends
http://www.youtube.c...vPkV_-TM&fmt=18

MIDI Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...7Im1jq38&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.c...uFimqQEE&fmt=18

Jackie
http://www.youtube.c...SvF5M6n8&fmt=18

Dipper
C/G Dipper Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...bvqIO5Ys&fmt=18

Herrington
a herrington square concertina
http://www.youtube.c...tILu3tXI&fmt=18

MOTS & Miscellaneous
20 key made in East Germany concertina
http://www.youtube.c...W8hkcDaU&fmt=18

20 key concertina C/G
http://www.youtube.c...9IJuH2gw&fmt=18

????
http://www.youtube.c...jCl-8e4w&fmt=18

Red MOTS
http://www.youtube.c...WboGJhVw&fmt=18

Hohner
http://www.youtube.c..._mO2nK10&fmt=18

Scarlotti
http://www.youtube.c...1Xq5RsHE&fmt=18

Stephanelli
http://www.youtube.c...9kmw1O8Q&fmt=18

Morse
Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...Fp84YR1Y&fmt=18

Tedrow
Baritone 31button "g" drone anglo concertina in c/g
http://www.youtube.c...OTStb6eA&fmt=18

C/G Anglo Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...qpvREJQY&fmt=18

Stagi
Duet
http://www.youtube.c...X3aHhIMQ&fmt=18

Miniature
Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...boL4YNSE&fmt=18

Holmwood
Tenor-Treble English concertina made by Hamish Bayne
http://www.youtube.c...s0yeT6O0&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.c...CGjXI3kE&fmt=18

Norman
G/D Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...dKxpIW_k&fmt=18

Connor
C/G anglo concertina
http://www.youtube.c...ZKOQ_LQw&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.c...F00ylDKo&fmt=18

Marcus
D/A Anglo
http://www.youtube.c...Jo2Hw0jM&fmt=18

37 Key English Concertina
http://www.youtube.c...7pFD34zA&fmt=18

Koot Brits
http://www.youtube.c...jfQ8DGiE&fmt=18

Allen Green
http://www.youtube.c...4PRS5XVo&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.c...4PRS5XVo&fmt=18

Thanks :D
Leo

Edited by Leo, 31 January 2009 - 04:25 AM.


#18 Takayuki YAGI

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Posted 01 February 2009 - 03:01 AM

Connor
C/G anglo concertina
http://www.youtube.c...ZKOQ_LQw&fmt=18
http://www.youtube.c...F00ylDKo&fmt=18

In these clips I play Connor with Lachenal reeds, so the appearance is like Connor (standard model) but the sound is much more like Lachenal than Connor.

Thank you for the list.
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