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  1. Please see ebay listing http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Concertina-Connection-Jack-Baritone-English-Concertina-/281700883727?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item4196ae5d0f A surprisingly good Jack Baritone English Concertina, with a nice tone. All original apart from one thumb strap bolt, which has been replaced. This is great if you're thinking of trying a baritone but don't want to commit to the high prices you have to pay to buy a good Wheatstone (£2,000 plus). Bellows etc all in a good condition and all reeds sound. You are welcome to come and try if you live locally (Bearsden, Scotland). Will sell for £100 if not through ebay.
  2. Randy Stein Music for Solo English Concertina Caboose Cafe Thursday March 19th 7:00-8:30 2419 Mt Vernon Ave, Alexandria, VA
  3. Randy Stein

    Days Of Wine And Roses

    This was one of the first songs I arranged with the help of Boris Matueswitch. I hadn't played it in years and decided to rework it. If Boris was alive today I know we would argue about my choices.Boy do I miss those days. here it is with a blooper and all. https://soundcloud.com/user827948939/days-of-wine-and-roses-by
  4. Sirio Restani

    Marcus English Concertina 37 Key

    I sell a Marcus English Concertina 37 Key. It was built in 2008 by Marcus , Newport Wales. Serial number 494. The Concertina is complete with case and it is in excellent condition. Price 1350 GBP or 1800 Euro. The concertina is located in Genoa - Italy. You hear its sound here: http://youtu.be/jOf8qtwlqwE http://youtu.be/E9p7CfmrUnQ http://youtu.be/aNeNJcOTSzo http://youtu.be/wJUcLNTXm2k http://youtu.be/wJUcLNTXm2k Please contact me on e-mail sirio.restani@gmail.com for pictures
  5. I was cleaning out some of my files and found one of the first arrangements I did on my own with the help of Boris Matueswich. The tune is called The Days of Wine and Roses by Henry Mancini. It was, at the time, quite a challange with modulating major to minor chording and such: D7witha 5m - D9 or decending chords Am-Dm - Dm7-Bm7-Bflat9, etc So I found the sheet music and am reworking working the tune. Hopefully by the end of the weekend I'll have it in my fingers enough to do a demo. Reworking is a lot of fun and offers a way to keep my repertoire fresh. rss
  6. The Squeezers playing the Morris tune "Step Back" at the 2015 FSGW Mini-Fest . Jim Besser - Anglo Concertina Gus Voorhees - Melodeon Randy Stein - English Concertina Cyndy Elliot - Bass http://youtu.be/uJS2GE9Y2cI
  7. JIM BESSER & RANDY STEIN PLAY SOME TANGOS, HORNPIPES, MAZUKAS, POLKAS, JAZZ, AND WHATEVER ELSE WE CAN THINK OF GROUNDED COFFEE HOUSE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH 11:00 AM— 1:00 PM 6919 TELEGRAPH ROAD ALEXANDRIA, VA
  8. Randy Stein Music for Solo English Concertina Caboose Cafe Thursday February 12th 7:00 - 8:30 PM 2419 Mt Vernon Avenue Alexandria, VA
  9. the Squeezers Upcoming Performances: FSGW Mid Winter Folk Music Festival Saturday February 7th All Day We perform at 5:00 PM Takoma Park Middle School, Takoma Park, MD Event Info: http://fsgw.org/myorgnet/public.php GROUNDED COFFEE HOUSE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH 11:00 AM— 1:00 PM 6919 TELEGRAPH ROAD ALEXANDRIA, VA
  10. Randy Stein English Concertina FIRST NIGHT AT THE CABOOSE CAFE The Caboose Cafe Wednesday December 31st 6:30-8:30 2419 Mt Vernon Ave (in Del Ray) Alexandria, VA https://www.facebook.com/groups/concertinaguy/
  11. So I played around with this and did an arrangement as a challange to myself. Performed it at NESI this year and just recorded it on soundcloud. Its a bit different for the EC but I love playing it. never play it the same way twice. https://soundcloud.com/user827948939/round-midnight-by-thelonius rss
  12. Appearing at St Elmo’s Coffee Pub THE SQUEEZERS Jim Besser - Anglo Concertina Gus Voorhees - Melodeon Randy Stein - English Concertina Wednesday December 10, 2014 8:00 — 10:00 PM St Elmo’s Coffee Pub 2300 Mt Vernon Ave, Alexandria, VA (in the heart of Del Ray) https://www.facebook.com/DCsqueezers
  13. DC Jewish Folk Arts Festival Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014 – 4:00 p.m. Ein Lanu Z’man will be playing at the Klezcafe of the DC Jewish Folk Arts Festival at 4:00 p.m. Universities of Shady Grove Conference Center – 9630 Gudelsky Drive, Rockville, MD (off Rt. 28) For more information and tickets to the festival (which will be celebrated from 12-6 p.m.), visit the JFAF website here.
  14. Randy Stein

    J'attendrai

    Written in 1933 by Dino Olivieri (music) and Nino Rastelli (lyrics). Arranged for solo English Concertina. rss J'attendrai_Randy_Stein.mp3
  15. Randy Stein

    Can't Help Falling In Love

    https://soundcloud.com/randy-stein-1/cant-help-falling-in-lovemp3mp3 "Can't Help Falling in Love" is a pop song originally recorded by American singer Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Elvis Presley's publishing company. It was written by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss.[2] The melody is based on "Plaisir d'amour"[3] (1784), a popular romance by Jean Paul Egide Martini (1741–1816). It was featured in Elvis Presley's 1961 film, Blue Hawaii. Arranged for Solo English Concertina by Boris Matusewitch. There is one small bloop where my cell phone started to ring and distracted me. bummer. rss
  16. Randy Stein English Concertina Musique du Café Society An evening of European & American Standards arranged for solo English Concertina. The Caboose Cafe Thursday November 13th 7:00-8:30 2419 Mt Vernon Ave (in Del Ray) Alexandria, VA https://www.facebook.com/groups/concertinaguy/
  17. RANDY STEIN MUSIC FOR SOLO ENGLISH CONCERTINA CABOOSE CAFE THURSDAY OCTOBER 16TH 2419 MT VERNON AVE (DEL RAY) ALEXANDRIA, VA
  18. RANDY STEIN MUSIC FOR SOLO ENGLISH CONCERTINA CABOOSE CAFE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11TH 2419 MT VERNON AVE (DEL RAY) ALEXANDRIA, VA And then again... GROUNDED COFFEE HOUSE SUNDAY, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST 11;00 AM— 1:00 PM 6919 TELEGRAPH ROAD ALEXANDRIA, VA https://www.facebook.../concertinaguy/
  19. Can anyone suggest a good source of advice on playing Irish music on the English? I've been playing for almost 40 years now but only a handful of Irish tunes and never with much decoration. I've preferred to play Irish music on wooden flute for the last 15 years. Although I play a bit of anglo, I'm much more comfortable on English so I've set myself the task of developing a decent Irish style on EC. Predictably, most of what's available focuses on the anglo, including online tuition. Who should I be listening to? (I'm familiar players like Anderson and Thoumire, of course). One particular goal is a convincing roll (no rhyme intended!). As a flute player, I know that an A roll, for example, is not best described as a 5 note sequence of ABAGA. A concertina ain't a flute but that 5 note sequence doesn't work for me. I achieve the best rhythm with a simple ABGA. Or maybe it's safer to stick to triplets and rapidly repeated notes? Any thoughts or useful sources gratefully received.
  20. Chris Drinkwater

    Irish On The English

    This follows on from a topic about Irish Traditional Music played on the English concertina and my attempts at learning and playing a couple of tunes I heard and liked a while back. Though admittedly not a great fan of ITM, I occasionally went to a local Irish session, some years ago and learned a couple of tunes I liked. These were Out on the Ocean and the more recent Calliope House, written by Dave Richardson of Boys of the Lough. On this recording, I play Out on the Ocean slower to start with and play it again at the end of Calliope House, quite a bit faster for a change/challenge! Comments welcome. https://soundcloud.com/aeolaman/out-on-the-ocean-calliope-house Chris
  21. I made a chart for myself, partly as a side-trip of something else I'm working on. While it isn't particularly spectacular and some of my digital photo editing, color matching, etc., was a challenge, I do kind of like this. So, I'll post it here. It's also posted in my blog, so if one doesn't work out, the other will. Besides here at in my blog, this is also found at box.com/concertinachartrootswendy I don't like to rely on charts or printed music, but if I have something visual, it will make a space in my mind and I think it does help me to a degree.
  22. Hi, So... I have an important gig tomorrow and my concertina has decided to play up and I'm not sure how to fix it. Normally, I would be able to do these things myself but I can't figure out the problem and my copy of David Elliott's book has conveniently disappeared... The problem is that when you play the G# on the push, and then stop pressing the key, it still sounds quietly until you change the direction of the bellows. My main questions are: 1) What is wrong? 2) Is it fixable by my? 3) How do I fix it?! It would be great if someone could get back to me ASAP! Thank you! Andy
  23. Randy Stein

    Hymne A L'amour

    Playing around with soundcloud. Thought I'd post this. https://soundcloud.com/user827948939/hymne rss
  24. johnmcochran

    Goodwill English Concertina

    This concertina showed up on shopgoodwill.com in the States: http://www.shopgoodwill.com/auctions/Vintage-Hand-Made-Squeeze-Box-Accordion-16691286.html It sold for a bit less than $300 ... I'm curious if anyone can tell the maker from the photos. John C Washington, DC
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