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Graham Collicutt

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  1. Harry & Riny Geuns – free-reed makers Address: Rondstraat 11 3640 Molenbeersel/Kinrooi Belgium VAT/TVA/BTW: BE0861975751 (reg. Geuns- Henricus) Phone/Fax +32(0)89704151 Email: geunsharry@telenet.be
  2. See this thread: http://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=19734&do=findComment&comment=184672
  3. This is the first ''New Model'' anglo I have seen, didn't bid enough but never mind. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/282677939599?ul_noapp=true You have to click on original listing.
  4. Nobody has mentioned using apps, see http://appcordions.com/concertinas/ You can try out some different systems at a very low cost.
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39oqIhb7d8Q One hour video from 2014, was linked on melodeon.net. I know no more.
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdYklbrEmoo&list=UUV_6kkV65vhIjCOPy0MRBrQ This was the 1st linked video.
  7. Looks similar to prototype from here http://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=16906
  8. Hi Jim I am not being allowed to listen. 403 error, I am in UK. Graham
  9. You can view these in UK,: http://www.juliettedaum.com/videos.html
  10. I 'll post this again: http://www.accordinas.com/index.php?lg=1&rbq=3 Accordina, stainless steel reeds and construction, they may have some advice.
  11. There may be answers here: http://www.accordinas.com/index.php?lg=1&rbq=3 for moisture resistance. What would 3 rows of 15 buttons give you with a Hayden/Wikki layout give you?
  12. http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_nkw=concertina&LH_PrefLoc=2&LH_Complete=1&rt=nc&_trksid=p2045573.m1684 A search on UK ebay of completed sales sorted highest first, those in green are sales. It seems to me prices have dropped £500-1000.
  13. I would have thought it more likely to be a rise in humidity, a result in the drop in temperature, causing the wool in the bushings to swell. Bushings can be compressed a little with a tapered pen (Parker biro) and check for verdigree on buttons.
  14. See this thread: http://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=17298
  15. Cool! I never heard this done as a jig before. As an aside - I used to be musician for a Morris group that danced Ilmington. Well, I wasn't playing it as a jig, that is just the dance title. It may have lost it's step hop from not playing for morris for 15+ years.
  16. https://soundcloud.com/gcolli/lively-jig-ilmington-or-wonder The Lively Jig (Ilmington) or the Wonder hornpipe. My 1st school was in Ilmington.
  17. One hour later. I played along with Jim's in G version and found the tune is all there on the right hand. It would have been easier if I'd transposed it. Many, many takes later, with same G/D, Wheatstone layout: https://soundcloud.com/gcolli/da-slockit-light-in-g-on-g-d
  18. I think there no choice but D for me, a tune I've played in sessions but never looked at music till now. https://soundcloud.com/gcolli/da-slockit-light-by-tom
  19. Another recording with the Soundcloud app: https://soundcloud.com/gcolli/blenheim-house-at-recorded-for I found this browsing through Hardcore English, and knew I had heard it lots.
  20. I have just tried out recording with the Soundcloud android app: https://soundcloud.com/gcolli/harliquin-air-at-recorded-for
  21. http://www.marekanaito.com/#!biography/c1enr Tune is ''Anna Fox'' track on 3rd album
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