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JoachimDelp

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  • Birthday 12/03/1947

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    As the girls, who interest me possibly most in life, do not keep me very busy, I can dedicate this free time to the Concertina and Music in general.<br>Other interests :<br>Sports - Cy<cling, Walking<br>My children, their education<br>Development Aid to underdevelopped Countries<br>Love and Friendship<br>My Job : Machine Contruction
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    24 Button Anglos

    Thank you Takayuki Yagi, As for adding at 4 buttons to my 20 button instruments, I must move the reedblocks in order to creat the necessarty, space, I had meanwhile thought that for first trial I shall only add 2 buttons, exactly as you 6 buttons C row, 6 g-row and exactly, this otes. Thank you for the usfuel information Kind regards Joachim
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    24 Button Anglos

    Thank you Jim for your information. Ihave seen several 24 button Lachenals on ebay., always as 3 row instruments. I am asking the information, since I pretend to extend 4 instruemtns, recentlc made, relatively well made, in relationship to its price, from 20 buttons to 24 buttons. Mantaining the actual form oif constructiuon, particularly, the reed blocks, as they are, there is not more space available for adding more than two reed plates on each side. Using standard parts from The original maker. This means it will be twp rows of six buttons on each side. I think the sdescription I have given about Frank Edgleys Layout for a 24 button concertina is correcdt and if so, then there are at all 3 x C# two times on the pull and one on the push. HIs layout is described as especially adapted or appriated for Irish Music. Thanks and regards Joachim
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    24 Button Anglos

    , Hello Henk, I am asking for 8 tones, not only four, we speak about 4 additional buttons to an Anglo, which diatonic , or push/pull But serious again : I believe that Frank Edgley, porposes a 24 button instrument, addinto the folowing tones, on tthe folowoing buttons : C - row : (buttob 6´as you describe it) A# (Bb) / C' / (left Hand) (Button 7´) C#/D# G-Row : F' #/ G# I think this F# is the lower one,which you wopuld on buttopn 2 on the pul, left hand Right hand first button F# on the push and one more pull C# His reasons seem to be that he wants to optimize zthe Concertina for Irish Music, particularly. I agree with Bb, C#, D# and F# on the pull eventually the lower one and the jhigher opne. I would like to campare this idea and proposal to the ones Lachenal or others may hova chosen. Myself I would like to have a push A and a pull G, perhaps more than the Doubl or triple C#. Thank you Henk for giving your comment, any other idea ? Regards JOachim I understand also the push and pullk C# In continuation, since I forgot it to say : The four notes you mention in any case, me too, I would include those. The other four reeds, which ? Joachim
  4. Can anybody please tell me, which are the notes, one can expect to find on a 24 button Anglo Concertina, as Lachenal and others have built ? Thanks in advance for your advice ! Kind regards Joachuim Delp
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    Anglophilia Brian Peters

    Allison, I cannot comment if or not the Cd is tobe found in Button Box. You can buy it directly from Brian sending him a personal mail or you could order on this homepage www.harbourtownrecords.com/peters.html The CD is still not listed in the Order form, but you find there also there e-mail address. I recommend it to you, I cannot imagine, that you might feel disappointed. Joachim
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    Anglophilia Brian Peters

    I I recieved today my copy of Brian´s new CD and if I passed moments of an extraordinayy pleasure listening Anglo International, I am passing again in „Concertina Heven“ eenjoyings Brians playing and arrangements.  To the comments given here, by diferent more authorised Anglo Connaiseurs and Players, I would like to add :  Brian says in the booklet, page 2 : " My aim with this record is to allow the Anglo free rein on the kind of music you´d expect it to play, like morris dance tunes or jigs, but also to cajole it intoother aereas it´s less well known for, like slow airs, ragtime, music hall and baroque." This aim has been fully achieved. And I would like to say, that for me as slightly advanced beginner on the Anglo this record is an encouragement to persue my aim, which is to improve my playing every day. I think it is a "must" to listen to this for all us Concertina Players, and not only Anglo Players.  I like to listen all tunes, all the tracks of this CD, but I would give a special mention to,  as rarely to be performed on the Anglo,nevertheless My favourites on this CD are : 1) Kissing Stones and also The Spud-Spattered Piper 2) The Northern Lass 8) Winder Minuets 11)Adieu My Lovely Nancy, fine chords and harmonies 12) Morris Dance Tune 13) The Tankard of Ale 17) The Sweet Sorrow I think Brian´s playing should be definitively included in a second edition of Anglo Interantional. Thank you Brian.
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    Playing As Anglo Band For Beginners

    Thank you Russel for your suggestions. I got one Arrangement for four Voices, which appears to me quite playable and not too difficult even for beginners. It is named Tankered of Ale. I think I could share this Arrangement with you. The Music perforemd in a similar way to the sheet music I got, you cna listen on Brians Peters´CD Anglophilia. Please reply to my e-mail addresss, and if you wish to have a copy, by mail. Kind regards Joachim I thjink there must be many Players in Engalnd who should know, since there I understaqnd some use to play as a band. Anyway I think one could find intersting stuff, looking for Music arranged for Melodeons in several voices. As soon I have a chance to go to tjhe cirty I shall looj for it. I am sure I shall find something. I could share with you too. ICA may be also a source, I guess.
  8. Actually I am teaching to absolute beginners to play the Anglo Concertinas. I myself I am only an advanced Beginner. We are using 20 button instruments, single, dopuble and triple reeded. Trying to give more interest to my students, I would like to play with them as a kind of band. Would be grateful if somebody could recommend me some simple sheet musci, accoprding to our instruments and ouir limited capability. Thank you in advance for your kind attention REgards Joachim Delp
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    Where To Start

    Robin, I agree with the opinions give to you here. If you have a 30 button conceertina I would higjhly recommend Bertram Levy Desmystified Anglo Concertina. Frank Edgleys Tutor is also wervy good, and usable also with the 20 button Conceertina. But it also depends on the kind of Music you wish to put the accent on.. Beertram touches various stylews, Frank Edgley, mainly Irish. I have some material I got with occasion of beginners workshops and I am actually putting together some amterial for beginners to whom I am treaching. I am prepared to share it with you and anybodfy interesteed in. If please tell me your interst, the type of instrument you own and the style of music you would like most to play by means of a personal message. Kind regards Joachim Delp
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    Anglo International

    Alam, My knowledge of your Language is not good enough to understand perfectly well your comment, but I am happy to understand, that the plans for a monument, are already dopne. Please inform the place where it will be build up.. Regards Joachim
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    Anglo International

    Today I received my CD´s Anglo International as a present from some generous friends. It is the most beautiful present I hve ever received. I am listening now, meanwhile doing my job in my jome office, excited and joyful. THANKS TO ALAND AND FRIENDS, who made it possible and thanks to my friends who give me the opportunity to listen and enjoy. This is worth a monument to Alan ! Actually I am imparting a workshop to absolute beginners, and my main if not unique goal is to make my pupils fall in love with the Concertina. This Cd´s allow me to demostrate them the various styles and ways of playing the Concertina. If after listening this music, they will not get apaasionate, than I could not understand anything anymore. Still I shall spent a lot of time to listen and also try to improve my playing, BUT, when will come the next one ? More please ! Regards from a happy man. Joachim Delp
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    New Chris Droney Cd

    Thank you Frank for informming about this coming CD by Chris Droney. I only own his CD "A fertile Rock", which I am listening quite frequently and is always a fountain of pleasure and enjoyment. I am not sure where I co0uld get his newest CD, I would be gratzeful for anadvise, where in Ireland I could oprder it. Regards Frank Joachim Delp
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    Scholer Concertina 20 Key

    Jonnie, jhappy to read that you haave got started with the information you got. As I mentionned to you in my personal message, I wish to repeat here for others, who may be in your situation, that there is also an intersting Turto, titled "Die Deutsche Konzertina" which comes along with a learning CD. It is written in German, but has easy to understand diagrams, which help and make it easy to play along with the easy International Folk Tunes and finally a very nice Tanmgo, difficult to believe that it is performed oin a 20 button German Concertina, at löeast for the beginner. It is published by Voggenreiter, possibly not easy for you to get in USA, but I could buy for the iontersted and send it. It cost about 25 US$. There is also availbale Alan DAys CD for playing an ona 20 button Concerrtina English Folk with chords. Regareds Joachim P.D. : I am preparing some more materail for a workshop for absolute Beginners, which eventually, and once finished I can send.
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    Scholer Concertina 20 Key

    Jonnie, If you give me your postal address, I can send you a copy of some sheets I received during a "Beginners Workshop", showing how to play chors to some simple melodies and tunes. Kind regardsy Joachim Delp
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    Anglo Stagi W 15 Ln For Sale

    Thank yoiu for the interest. Shall send you photographs and more notice personally. Reghards Joachim Delp
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