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soloduet

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About soloduet

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    Chatty concertinist
  • Birthday 03/07/1957

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    world music, tango
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    Paris, France

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  1. Thanks Jody for keeping alive this beautiful music and I don't feel it's old! Didie
  2. Thanks all! David I'm sure that you could play it! For that I think that the best is to begin slowly with the first 12 bars and when the shape begin to appear there are no reasons that you can't play it all. It's a question of time and patience (and stubbornness).
  3. Don, no problem if you are a poor reader and to quote Jack Chantegril himself: "it's not always easy to be a good writer and a good reader at the same time!". But I'm using Finale and it will be possible to edit both forms.
  4. 2 versions of this 2 voices Invention. The first one played acoustic: And the second one played a little slower with some reverberation added:
  5. Hi George, I think that both systems will be possible on demand. What would be the more convenient for you? I hope to complete a first tune before the end of the year and to continue after on a regular basis. Didie
  6. Thank you Steve for the BIG compliment! I have yet to be able to play the other systems like you...
  7. When the songs celebrating the alcoholic beverages are generally made with 3 chords and the same melody repeated dozen of times, Argentine people like to compose this kind of score which gives you an headache at first sight but becomes very fun to play on a duet as you go along drinking and playing it. For those who are interested I began to write the sheet musics of the different tunes that I'm playing and I'll send it here in another thread when it will be completed: https://youtu.be/CrD9q5qg-t4
  8. I may travel in Japan at the end of this year and if you are not too far and are interested to know more about or try the Hayden or Wicky keyboard duet concertina, just drop me a line at my email address: soloduetconcertina@gmail.com I was living in Japan before and can speak japanese but can only read or write it in romaji.
  9. 2 versions of the same song, one with guitar and old voice, the other for concertina solo:
  10. 4 in 1 for Jack Chantegril and the cornish hobos. It's another kind of blue but Anna Magdalena also was homeless at the end of her life:
  11. He is amazing and I think that he would be nice to post his music on the duet recordings page as well:
  12. Yes, sometimes for friends but in that case I try to play in a more linear style. Didie
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