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Beautiful, mostly unused Frank Edgley 186 Anglo Concertina. Practiced on a separate one, so this rarely sees daylight. (Actually, neither see daylight) 586 four nine one 4858 or, slower response to firstname.lastname@example.org Metro Detroit area
Beautiful, mostly unused Frank Edgley 186 Anglo Concertina. Practiced on a separate one, so this rarely sees daylight. (Actually, neither see daylight) 586 four nine one 4858 or, slower response to email@example.com Metro Detroit area Have had inqueries about this piece, which i knew very little information. I emailed Frank directly, and received this response.... From: Frank Edgley <> Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 10:37 AM To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: Few questions about a piece my girlfriend bought It looks like a professional Model, wooden ends of bubinga wood. Depending on whether it needs tuning or other repairs, it should be worth 2000 to 2300 . On 07/03/2021 16:06, > She asked me to list it for her, but I know nothing about them except > what I am reading in the last few days. Hoping u remember this one. > It really is beautiful. If you can tell me the model and some > things about it, I would appreciate it. > > And , any idea of a fair market value or resale price would be great. > She said it has a soft case. Thanks so much , Patrick. Thanks for reading.......
Caitlín Nic Gabhann posted a topic in Teaching and LearningHi all, My first time posting here! My name is Caitlín Nic Gabhann and I'm a concertina player from Ireland. I came on here because I've just launched a new website for learning the concertina online and I wanted to let you all know about it! There's a complete Starter Course on the website now - you can take the lessons any time you want, in your own home. Each lesson features: -- A video, and audio (both of which you can 'loop' a section for repeating - very handy for when you want to just repeat a particular phrase. Also - these are slow-downable) -- Staff and ABC notation (which you can download and print) -- Tips on technique from me (eg: which high D' to use) -- Notes on the Story behind the tune and more... There are also many other features on the website, such as suggested listening, tips if buying a concertina and. a free sample lesson. Here is the website so you can check it out: www.IrishConcertinaLessons.com - I recommend trying the free lesson to see if it's for you. I plan on adding an Improvers Course and an Advanced Course in 2019. Let me know what you think, Kindest regards, Caitlín
Some Slides Live In Dublin
oruairc posted a topic in Concertina Videos & MusicA YouTube video of three slides from the Dublin launch of 'The Northern Concertina' on 27-2-16 in the Cobblestone Bar: Denis Murphy's / Sporting Paddy / To Hell with Austerity. The second one is a well-known reel that I transformed into a slide, the third is my own composition. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/8SKocsKwCrM The album is available online at:http://jasonorourke.bandcamp.com/
Jason O'rourke Cd Launch Polka Set.
oruairc posted a topic in Concertina Videos & MusicJason and Stevie Dunne play a set of polkas from Jason's new album The Northern Concertina. The tunes are John Brosnan's/The Frozen Mouse Polka/Timmy McCarthy's. 'The Frozen Mouse Polka' composed by Jason. The concertina is a 1922 30-key C/G Jeffries. https://youtu.be/HRdiOS32oPo You can listen to the album here: https://jasonorourke.bandcamp.com/releases