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Daniel Hersh

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About Daniel Hersh

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    Heavyweight Boxer
  • Birthday 03/03/1956

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    I've played Anglo for over 30 years and play both C/G and G/D. I also play Crane Duet, and I tried out Hayden Duet and Chemnitzer for a while too. I'm involved in organizing various concertina events in the San Francisco Bay Area -- if you're interested, send me a message!
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    near Oakland, California

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  1. Daniel Hersh

    Kate McNamara

    Reviving this old thread to link to a fairly new video of her playing:
  2. Daniel Hersh

    A Bizarre Concertina Gig #2

    Great! According to Wikipedia, "Red Dead Redemption 2 broke several records and had the second-biggest launch in the history of entertainment, generating $725 million in sales from its opening weekend and shipping over 24 million copies in retail." If I may ask, do you get royalties or something like them, or were you paid a flat fee?
  3. It's at https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RARE-VINTAGE-LACHENAL-CONCERTINA-61-BUTTONS-7-BELLOWS/233281381143 . Here's one of the ends:
  4. Daniel Hersh

    Duet Recordings

    Al (and Wes) - looks good! I would suggest that you also link to the recordings listed at http://www.craneconcertina.com/links.html under "Magic Fingers - Concertina Players". You might also want to ask Boney if it's ok to list his recordings under his real name.
  5. Daniel Hersh

    Cillian King

    I hadn't been aware of this player until now. He's very impressive. Some examples below:
  6. I don't just see reeds, I immediately thought specifically of 1950s Wheatstone "screwed down" reeds as in the picture below:
  7. Daniel Hersh

    Advice on selling a 1922 Wheatstone concertina

    I don't know the answer re the button count. The concertina was probably a special order of some kind because a metal end on one end and wood on the other is extremely unusual, so an extra button could have been a special request too. Re hexagonal vs. octagonal. the price list does say "Nos. 36 to 39, in the New Aeola Octagonal Model, £2 extra", so it's still likely to be a model 39.
  8. Daniel Hersh

    Advice on selling a 1922 Wheatstone concertina

    Then you might like this Wheatstone price list from the era of your concertina: http://www.concertina.com/pricelists/wheatstone-duet/Wh-Pricelist-Duet-c1920.pdf
  9. Daniel Hersh

    Advice on selling a 1922 Wheatstone concertina

    You might consider contacting Barleycorn Concertinas in England to see if they'd be interested in it. They're the leading dealer in vintage concertinas. They have a fairly similar one listed on their web site now: http://www.concertina.co.uk/stock-selection/?concertina=3232 .
  10. See https://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?/topic/21187-duet-recordings/&do=findComment&comment=196786 .
  11. Daniel Hersh

    Simon Keegan-Phipps

    If someone wants to ask him directly, his contact info (and much more info about him) us at https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/music/staff/academic/simonkeeganphipps .
  12. Daniel Hersh

    Padraig Rynne

    Very nice playing here. It's a Facebook video - I hope it's visible to those not on Facebook.
  13. Daniel Hersh

    Santa Claus concertina

    You are probably right. Could this be the original design?
  14. Daniel Hersh

    Santa Claus concertina

    Here's a silly concertina box label I hadn't seen before, from https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Old-World-Concertina-20-Buttons-Squeezebox-CZECHUSLOVAKIAN/323820823176?hash=item4b6539a288 :
  15. Daniel Hersh

    Caitlin nic Gabhann

    This is from a couple of years ago, but I don't remember seeing it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4AMUOX27aY. She is one of my favorite players.
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