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  1. Derek Hobbs, author of The Piper's Companion series tells me - In my quest to encourage duet and trio playing of Northumbrian pipes I have prepared demonstrations of all 240 arrangements in the Piper's Companion series and hope that this might be an easy way to get some idea of how the arrangements might sound. Although these arrangements were first conceived for Northumbrian pipes, they are very suitable for other instruments - I have heard from quite a number of concertina players who like to play the duets in these books. http://derek367.wix.com/rossleigh-music I've used them a lot myself. Bryan
  2. Spare Parts (Bryan Creer, Suzanne Higgins and Valmai Goodyear) will running part-playing sessions for all concertina systems and an English tunes practice sessions for any instrument at the at the Wadebridge Folk Festival from 22nd- 25th. August 2008. We will be running part-playing sessions for all concertina systems on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th at 12:00 in the Town Hall and an English tunes practice sessions for any instrument at 12:00 on Monday 25th August, also in the Town Hall. This practice is a chance to learn some solid session tunes from the dots and by ear, playing slowly with lots of repetition, and to get used to playing with others. You can drop in and out - you don't need to come for the entire session. The music we'll be using for the part playing and the practice session can be found on our website http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php. It's in .pdf (printable) and midi (audio) form. I can also send you a printed copy if you let me know your postal address and which sessions you will come to. The sessions are open to people who haven't bought a full season ticket for the festival. We will also be leading the sessions in the Molesworth Arms on Saturday 23rd. August at 2.30 - 4.30 pm and Sunday 24th. August at 8.00 -10.00 pm Molesworth Arms. See you there. Bryan
  3. Spare Parts (Bryan Creer, Suzanne Higgins and Valmai Goodyear) will running part-playing sessions for all concertina systems and an English tunes practice sessions for any instrument at the at the Wadebridge Folk Festival from 22nd- 25th. August 2008. We will be running part-playing sessions for all concertina systems on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th at 12:00 in the Town Hall and an English tunes practice sessions for any instrument at 12:00 on Monday 25th August, also in the Town Hall. This practice is a chance to learn some solid session tunes from the dots and by ear, playing slowly with lots of repetition, and to get used to playing with others. You can drop in and out - you don't need to come for the entire session. The music we'll be using for the part playing and the practice session can be found on our website http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/SPTunes.php. It's in .pdf (printable) and midi (audio) form. I can also send you a printed copy if you let me know your postal address and which sessions you will come to. The sessions are open to people who haven't bought a full season ticket for the festival. We will also be leading the sessions in the Molesworth Arms on Saturday 23rd. August at 2.30 - 4.30 pm and Sunday 24th. August at 8.00 -10.00 pm Molesworth Arms. See you there. Bryan
  4. The music is now up as PDFs and MIDIs on the Spare Parts website http://www.sparepartsband.co.uk/. Select Tunes from the menu. (I'm the one with the beard.)
  5. Ah well, perhaps "The Lewes Favourites tune book is now available. Click for details." on the home page wasn't pushy enough. Now into our third edition (professionally printed and bound). Here is the sales page http://www.lewesarmsfolkclub.org/LAFC/TheBook.html Bryan Creer (Lewes Arms Folk Club)
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