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Beginner English Concertina in PDX
David M. Dahl posted a topic in General Concertina DiscussionI have been a lurker on this forum for the past three months as I waited not so patiently for my Busker EC from Concertina Connection. Yesterday it arrived, and I am thrilled. I don't have anything to compare to, but it seems very light and responsive. I got it loaded with metal-capped buttons and the Wakker bellows, so it is probably much like a CC Rose with fewer buttons. During the wait I have listened to a lot of great concertina music, and especially enjoyed Simon Thoumire, and the Leveret CDs. Now I have a lot of patient work to do with much simpler tunes. I would appreciate knowing about EC teachers and players in the Portland, Oregon area. This is a hotbed of Irish music, so I expect Anglo is more plentiful. I look forward to learning more about concertina, and sharing the journey with you all!
Greetings fellow music lovers - Portland Oregon, USA House of Doolescu is delighted to host Irish concertina legend Noel Hill for a night of incandescent music on Friday, August 11, from 7:00 - 9:00pm. Noel is a prolific recording artist and consumate performer, as well as a dedicated teacher. Hell be performing here at house of Doolescu at the conclusion of a week of teaching concertina classes in Newberg, Oregon. We ask that you pay in advance, which guarantees you a seat for the concert. You may do this by going to our PayPal link http://www.houseofdoolescu.com/fun/NoelHill.html. Or by sending us a check, or paying with cash in advance. When we receive your payment, we will send you our address. Those who wish to send us a check should contact Nancy in advance at email@example.com so that she can give you the mailing address. Those who prefer to pay at the door will be seated on a first come, first serve basis after those with reservations have been seated. Please contact me in advance so that we can make arrangements. Hope to see you on . This should be a truly magical show!