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  1. At my fortnightly session last Saturday, t'other concertina player turned up with her Lachenal English,as well as her Marcus C/G Anglo. I sat and watched (and listened to) her switching effortlessly between the two for 3 1/2 hours. Very impressive. So much so that I'm borrowing my brother-in-law's Concertina Connection English to give it a whirl. Question: Can anyone recommend a decent tutor? I know that Dick Miles has published a couple of books, and there's something in Dave Mallinson's catalogue. Can anyone recommend any of these, or suggest other options. Is there anything on-line (preferably downloadable like Alan Day's Anglo tutorial, for instance. I hate sitting connected to the internet for days at a time...)? Thanks in advance. 5 minutes later: Ah! I just found and downloaded Alistair Anderson's Concertina Workshop. I missed it first time round. That should take me a few steps along the road...
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