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2020-1-21
My grandpa’s concertinas

2020-1-21
For Sale: R. Morse & Co. Albion English Concertina #498

2020-1-21
WTB 48 key English

2020-1-20
Approximate Date For Scholer Concertina (made in Germany East)

2020-1-18
For what scale reeds does the tongue pass completely through plate?

2020-1-18
A Broken Old Lachenal

2020-1-18
Test

2020-1-18
Weak Note

2020-1-17
push or draw better for staccato notes?

2020-1-17
Glued reed pan

2020-1-17
FINISHING MAHOGANY ENDS

2020-1-16
Wheatstone 48 key ebony-ended baritone Aeola for sale

2020-1-16
english accompaniment

2020-1-16
Bellows making materials, which Bookbinding tape?

2020-1-16
Hi......? I'm Robin My main question is the 70% issue...............I just haven't he

2020-1-16
What will we do with a drunken sailor / Rad imel bi jabolko

2020-1-15
Practice and repertoire

2020-1-15
Internationale

2020-1-14
Baffles for Wheatstone Crane

2020-1-14
28 key Lachenal Anglo C/G

2020-1-14
WTB 30 key Anglo for ITM

2020-1-14
Irish concertina company, the Clare

2020-1-14
Custom G/D/C# Anglo Layout- Would it work?

2020-1-13
A question from a new chemnitzer owner. Never played one, and can't find an instructo

2020-1-13
Concertina Sighting, Pearl’s Peril

2020-1-13
Improvising

2020-1-13
Squeezebox Starters in Sidmouth

2020-1-12
WTT: Lachenal C/G and Morgane B/C

2020-1-12
Anglo Instructors near Glasgow

2020-1-12
Alfonsina forever

 


 
 

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