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  1. I related this story in another posting. I was contacted by a perspective student that sent me a video of Simon Thoumire and said 'I want to play like that.' My answer to him was he'd have to practice. His reply was basically, what's my second choice. Over the years I have advised and taught concertina players as to what they need to do in order to play better or differently or more proficiently. For some, a different approach than mine to learning is probably better suited to them. Whatever advice or approach to learning to play your concertina, a friend of mine so succinctly puts it, "Somewhere you have to fit together: I want to do this With What I have to do to do this And mix it with I guess I have to change my attitudeā€¦if I Really want to do this."
  2. This lovely tune, which you may know is a Norwegian folk tune, is the subject of my latest EC video lesson. The video is here:- https://youtu.be/COOIJaSPrJg I have attached my tab for this. All the best Les (old enough to remember this black and white TV programme!) Cattle Call.pdf
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