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  1. My preferred product is a mink oil paste available here :- Tandy Leather Jake
  2. Here from "Sea of Thieves" is the ABC to "Becalmed" ..... X:1 T:Becalmed from "Sea of Thieves." C:A computer game for pirates!! – Composed by Robin Beanland & transcribed by Josh McGraw. M:3/4 L:1/8 K:Gmaj "Becalmed"A,2 | D4E2 | F4A2 | G4FE | F4A2 | G2F3E | F4D2 | (B,6 | B,4) D2 | A,4D2 | F4A2 | B4A2 |! (F4F)A | B4A2 | F4D2 | (E6 | E2)z2EF | G6 | (F4F)D | B,2(D4 | D6) | G6 | F4D2 | (E6 | E4)A,2 |! D4E2 | F4A2 | B4A2 | (F4F)D | E2F2G2 | F3G/F/E2 | (D6 | D4) FA | d2^c2A2 | F2(A4 | A6 |! A4)FA | GFE2D2 | B,2(A,4 | A,6) | (A,4A,)A, | D2D3E | F3G/F/E2 | (D6 | D4)A2 | d4d2 |! B2A3G | (A6 | A4)A2 | d4d2 | ef/e/d2^c2 | (d6 | d4)FA | B2A2F2 | E2(D4 | D4)FA | GFE2D2|! B,2(A,4 | A,4A,)A, | (D4D)E | F3G/F/E2 | (D6 | !>(![D6A6] | [D6F6])!>)!| d6 | z4zF/G/ | (A4A)G/F/ | E2A,2D2 |! (D6 | D4D)F/G/ | (A4A)G/F/ | E2A,2(D2 | D6 | !>(!D4 D)F/G/ | (A4A)G/F/ | E2A,2D2 | (D6 | D6 | D6 | D6) !>)! |]! Available on U-tube of course!! Here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVE_7GG3xQM&frags=pl%2Cwn or here ; www.youtube.com/watch?v=9t8TFGTAAoU&frags=pl%2Cwn regards Jake
  3. It looks to me as if the original insert has pulled out! How is the other side fixed?? In order for the replacement insert to be secure you may need to fill the hole & re-drill for the new insert Jake
  4. Brilliant playing & a brilliant introduction to the English concertina, .... BUT Did you notice the unusual way he holds it?? Most players of the EC that I know hold it with the rows of buttons horizontal, thumb in the strap & little finger on the rest. With Simon, the strap quite loose on his thumb and has been adjusted & re-fixed with a slight twist, the concertina is rotated so that the buttons slant upwards at 45 degrees and I didn't see him use his little finger at all! Jake
  5. Is this the one you mean??? "The JAMESTOWN Homeward Bound" Jake
  6. Steve Morrison is Red Cow Music, York, UK. here ... https://redcowmusic.co.uk/about-us/?v=79cba1185463 - Welcome to www.concertina.net/forums, Steve. Jake
  7. The Concertina Museum has another photograph ... here .. http://www.concertinamuseum.com/NC3020102-002.htm and here a link to two articles by Dick Henrywood from the Antique Collectors Magazine. .. http://www.reynardine.co.uk/Articles/Concertina.pdf Jake
  8. The Premier English Concertina Band was mentioned at the start of this thread in Feb 2007 ..... https://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?/topic/5462-premier-english-concertina-band-and-more/&do=findComment&comment=51028 Jake
  9. From "BOXING the COMPASS", by Roy Palmer, - Sea Songs and Shanties. In the notes to this song says, .... If not the fastest of the Western Ocean packets, the DREADNAUGHT of the Red Cross Line was arguably the best known. She was built at Newburyport, Massachusetts, and at 1,413 tons register was a large ship for the time. ... She was wrecked off Cape Horn in 1869. ...The song may have derived from the FANCY FRIGATE (No 98 in this book) which was current from some 20 years earlier. The two songs shared the tune of 'King John and the Abbot of Canterbury' and the DREADNAUGHT was also sung to versions of 'The Bold Princess Royal. ... ' see here for a picture ... Wrecksite Jake
  10. Ahoy Roger! Both books should be available from Charlie via his website, here : http://www.charlieipcar.com indeed samples of both can be seen here : http://www.charlieipcar.com/songs_of_cfs_sample.pdf and here : http://www.charlieipcar.com/uncommon_sailor-songs_sample.pdf Ooops! Posted before I'd finished! Curses on this new fangled forum! As for her own books she was of course a poet & author, so no scores in her own books. In the first quarter of the 20th century about 20 of her poems were adapted for singing by well known composers of the day and they were also used by the BBC in their early broadcasts of the late 1920s. There is a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/193746917452633/?fref=ts but there's not a great deal of activity. Jake
  11. For your information ;– A.P. James makes a 10 button Anglo, 92mm across the flats with 7-fold bellows. here ... http://www.apjmusic.co.uk/apj_miniature_anglo.htm regards Jake
  12. Okay-y-y. 192.com has a list of Patricia Luckhursts here ... http://www.192.com/atoz/people/luckhurst/patricia/ I've not made use of this site but I guess that if you register etc. you may get access to more detailed information such as full address & phone no. ?? As for face book, many people are on it but never check it. Edit: checking CONCERTINA.NET membership lists shows three members with "trish" in their 'name', one is in Ireland leaving two possibles??? regards Jake
  13. Oh dear!! Facebook has this lady in Trowbridge, Wiltshire. .... https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008568765907 Jake
  14. The Archive Organisation has a project ongoing to digitise old 78s & cylinders, here http://great78.archive.org I have only made a brief search but came up with this example .... a cylinder recording from 1904, a ragtime tune "Lumbering Luke", player unknown. here https://archive.org/details/ipc-2595 Happy hunting!! Jake
  15. Welcome papawemba to concertina.net. Plenty of tips, hints & friendly advice here, just ask. Do let us know how you progress. For those wondering where the Reed Lounge is; it's near York, UK. here :- https://thereedlounge.com Jake
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