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Pikeyh

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    Anglos, Jeffries duets
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    York, Yorkshire, England

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  1. Thanks Peter and Stephen ! Gary Coover has also very kindly copied and sent me images of the longer version he got with his Lachenal Jeffries duet .
  2. The 68 key Jeffries duet mentioned in this thread has surfaced for sale again . It’s being sold online by Trad Musical Instruments who are in the UK . Here’s the link : https://tradmusicalinstruments.co.uk/wheatstone-aeola-concertina/ I have no connection with the seller.
  3. Has anyone got a spare hand written tutor book for the Jeffries duet that they’d like to sell to me ? (Not Gary’s great book, I’ve got one of those!) if so, please get in touch ! Thanks
  4. and it now belongs to me 🙂 it’s gorgeous
  5. For sale - a Lachenal Crane 35 button concertina, home key is C, concert pitch. All notes working, no leaks, and a sweet tone. With a hard case . Price reduced to £300 plus post and packing , or collection from York, North Yorkshire, UK.
  6. Hi Mike , did it get sold ? cheers pikey
  7. What's the date of the photo , and who are the others ? Thanks, Kevin
  8. That's great , thanks ! It could be mine , but I understand that Donald had a large collection . Mine has a modified hand support , much deeper than just a rail . I think I can see one on the photo .
  9. Thanks TJ, I've had a good chat with Richard , the other organiser, about Donald
  10. Thanks Mark, I think we're both in Yorkshire , so we could meet up sometime ! My real email is Clifton.cat @ icloud.com
  11. Thanks Mark. I'd love copies of the recordings. Where are you ? Now I'm retired a trip could be arranged !
  12. I've got a 30 key lachenal Anglo that has a similar layout to the core of this one - Ab top row, then Bb middle, then C bottom. It's actually quite intuitive if you play on the pull, and it's great for playing Buddy can you spare a dime :-)
  13. It's not in the Lord Hood anymore, the pub closed. It's now in the Star and Garter on the old Woolwich Road, just upstream from the naval college. It's a great session, and the great Anglo concertina players Bill Dudley and Sarah Crofts are usually there. Also some great fiddlers including the world famous John Offord :-) It gets going about 8:30 on every Tuesday.
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