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  1. I previously posted Isla's Lullabye for Treble EC & David Cornell's Duet version of my Nocturne #2. Here is my reworking of both on my 64-button Tenor-Treble from Barleycorn which has the unique advantage of being extended an octave both up & down so that it fingers exactly like a Treble or Baritone. I rewrote the Nocturne to use the full range of this concertina & dropped Isla's Lullabye down by a 5th. I do not have these versions transcribed, so sorry, none of the usual pdf, midi, or xml files available. If you notice the edit/splicing on the video of the Nocturne, it was due to too many incoming phone calls during recording, sorry. But enjoy the listening nonetheless:
  2. Here is my Bouree in G minor in the style of J.S. Bach composed in 1985 on his birthday. For now it is the melody only. Rather than presenting an audio of me playing concertina, I've attached a sound file with an organ voice (which is what I had in mind when I wrote the piece). It sounds great on an English Baritone, very organ-like. Also included are files in; pdf, midi, musicxml,& xml. Bouree in G minor.mp3 Bouree in G minor.pdf Bouree in G minor.midi Bouree in G minor.musicxml Bouree in G minor.xml
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