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About Kelteglow

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  1. Well don't we think alike .I live to far away for this workshop but what a good idea .Yes I would also pay if necessary for a video .Perhaps if enough of us were to make the request it might even happen.Bob
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    Shepherds Hea Modulation

    Thanks for that I play Sheperds Hea for the Morris Dance ,"Not for Bob",and I am trying to find different ways of playing it .Bob
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    Shepherds Hea Modulation

    Thanks Ken for correcting my mistake.I am not glued to my PC so this is my earliest attempt to reply. Thanks Howard yes I play a C/G anglo .and as I said in my title I wish to modulate the tune whilst keeping time for the dancers .I think I can with a little more effort do most on my C/G that can be done on my D/G and the sound carries better outside .The A7 cord does the job .I think I was trying to hard to make a progression to the next key like say like a ladder of cords or notes but it is obviously difficult when the dance is in motion .Also is it E7 to move from D to A ? Its getting trickier so more practice called for.Bob
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    Shepherds Hea Modulation

    Hi Mike What I mean is moving from G to D .Bob
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    Concertina Chords In Excel File

    Thanks Jacques nice reminder of which notes are available in each key.bob
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    Shepherds Hea Modulation

    How can I, in not to technical terms, move the playing of "Shepherds Hea", from G to D.The last cord of play is the G.
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    Shepherds Hea Modulation

    Moved to Teaching and Learning [from Tunes and Songs - Ken]
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    In praise of a good hard case

    Pelican/Hardigg Storm iM2075 Case with foam presently £83 on E Bay UK
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    Tips & Tricks for Contra

    I am interested in Reading Jeff' Bigler's article but can not open the site in here the UK .Is their another way I can see it Thanks Bob
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    TITANIUM REEDS (a cautionary tale?)

    I hope you will bring it with you for a demonstration Well done Dave
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    Two finger rolls video

    Thanks Simon .I have been practicing on and off since Christmas this technique and I am not very good at it .I play Anglo so what I have to do is re-learn the route my fingers take across the keys .I use the rolls mostly on the G buttons push and pull and occasionally on others .Two tunes i have applied this to is ,"Bear Dance "and "Irish Washer Woman" of course only playing the melody .How have other Anglo players got on with it ? Bob
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    36 Key Dipper G/D

    Selling my Dipper G/D .36 Button Wheatstone layout, Nice Sound and base .End plates show Hunting Scene .8 Fold Bellows.Nice Boxwood inlays .PM me for further details .Bob
  13. Can any tell me where I can get an Entry Form for this event ?
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    Anglo playing guidance needed

    I taught myself to play with Mick Bramich's book as guide .I then found the best thing for progress was to go to session and learn to play with other instruments..The way to get better is to play as much as you can I only started in 2004 but today feel I can play in Sessions .play for Dance and Sing and play.The one thing I always do is practice as much as I can and read concertina publications for extra technique .Good Luck its a wonderful instrument .Bob
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    Anglo in F

    I will need another lifetime to learn to play my Anglo like some players II have just found the joy of playing my C/G in the key of F .It also suits my singing voice ! Is there other non row keys that should visit ?Bob