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  1. Thank you to all who replied to my question. Your answers are very helpful in ensuring accuracy for what I am creating. For those who may be interested, you will find below a link to my website, which gives more information about the project and another to my Kickstarter campaign. Please feel free to share these links as broadly as you wish.

     

    Website: www.spilmusicapps.com

    Kickstarter: 

     

     

    Dennis

  2. Hello,

     

    I am creating an app to help music students learn their instruments and concertinas are part of this project. As I know relatively little about these instruments, I'm looking for some expert advice, particularly on the 30-button Anglo Concertina in G/D. 

     

    Scientific notation refers to notes in letter/number format. A0 is the lowest note a piano can play. A1 is one octave higher than that. C8 is the highest note a piano can play. A piano can play all notes between A0 and C8, so it is fully chromatic. Written in this format, here are all the notes (from lowest to highest) that a 30-button Anglo Concertina in C/G can play: 

    C3,E3,F3,G3,A3,Bb3,B3,C4,C#4,D4,D#4,E4,F4,F#4,G4,G#4,A4,Bb4,B4,C5,C#5,D5,D#5,E5,F5,F#5,G5,G#5,A5,Bb5,B5,C6,C#6,D6,D#6,E6,F6,F#6,G6

     

    Can anyone provide me with the same information for an Anglo Concertina in G/D?

     

    And, just to confirm, music for English, Anglo and Duet concertinas is written using both the treble and bass clefs, correct?

     

    Thank you for any help you can provide.

     

    Dennis

     

     

     

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