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Everything posted by NoNaYet

  1. American Toursiter Train Case for singles. Pelican Storm for doubles.
  2. Sometimes I hate this site. Sorry for multiple posts.
  3. LOL, I bought the last on on Amazon. It now says Out of Stock.
  4. Very cool. I have a fiddle book with a very large number of Civil War tunes that I play from, but they don't always translate well. I will buy your book and give it a try. I have spent some time sitting under a tree at the Manassas Battlefield playing Civil War tunes on the tina. Hope I pick up a few more from your book.
  5. General Purpose Barbed Tape Obstacle and I are good acquaintances. I already planned on calling it an accordion, good to hear that helps.
  6. Taking a domestic flight within the US in a couple of weeks. Would like to take one of the concertinas on the trip, anyone have experience with TSA?
  7. None of my animals pay the slightest attention except for Cyrano de Birdiac. He likes it, and makes a great concertina prop perched on my shoulder. PS looks like Cyrano pic did not attach. Will try again.
  8. Just a bit more dramatic than when I played Silent Night for the family gathering last night. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuZ1g2pYmZE
  9. I joined the Florida Accordian Association and started going to monthly meetings for a venue to play. I was astounded that these guys had no idea what a concertina was, and had never seen one. I have never come across another player. Closest I ever got was someone who invited me to see the concertina that deceased grandpa had left behind. I went looking for a treasure, and found a very cheap plastic toy. As it was I could do a scale on it, which was apperantly more than grandpa ever accomplished.
  10. LOL Bob, I was just loggin in to post this link. Loving my new Standard, perfect tune with the Baritone.
  11. I thought the Rochelle sounded pretty good. It is ugly as sin, and has stiff bellows, but they will refund the full price when you move up.
  12. My brother loves the 'tina. He says it is the craziest instrument he's ever seen and doesn't know how I can play it, and he's a concert bassonist! He's been nagging me to have more sea shanties. Anyone want to reccomend a music book for them?
  13. Cool, a concertina. What are you drinking, mate? - The Pub (back deck) Titusville, FL.
  14. The baritone has 10 folds, and is as mild and gentle to play as you could ask for. Here she is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4IOTStb6eA
  15. Figured out my photo problem, so here I'm trying again. Got a Tedrow Standard to compliment my Tedrow Baritone. The bariton is the one with light bellows papers. Got a Pelican case for doubles, and still have my good old American Tourister Train Case when going single.
  16. OK, that did not work at all between the typo and the pic. I bought a new Tedrow Standard. I will try and figure out the pic problem.
  17. Graduated to two today. My good old Tedrow Baritone, and not a Tedrow Standard to give me something in the upper register.
  18. I just got my Packsafe. I can't post a pic because of the rediculous size restrictions on this site, but it was worth it and will work well to temporarilly secure the concertina.
  19. I just got out from a very boring week in the hospital. I would have loved to have my baritone, and the hospital said it was perfectly welcome as long as I only played before 2100 hrs.. I just could not bring myself to risk its theft. Has any one used these products to secure their instrument eXomesh® Gear Bag Protectors . I think this might have done the trick. Mine is cased in a converted American Tourister Train Case, so the camera bag version might work.
  20. For someone with the right rebel bent perhaps, but not a lament. This made me wonder if I Wish I Was In Carrickfergus might not work as well.
  21. I have always liked how Eternal Father sounds on my baritone C/G. I do a medley of Nearer My God to Thee, Eternal Father, and Amazing Graze. I have not had the opportunity to do this, and missed a chance just because it did not occur to me. Not too long ago I was a pall bearer for my best friend's monther, Kathleen. My friend's parents were proud of their Irish roots, and I wish it had occurred to me to work in a rendition of I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen. Not exactly traditional, but I think she might have liked it.
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