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On 1/28/2021 at 9:44 AM, Alan Day said:

It can be found in the Music Library Archives where there is a link.

 

Direct link is https://concertina.org/2011/04/08/the-concertina-book-of-music and as Alan says, there's a path to it from the ICA Music Library page https://concertina.org/2021/01/21/the-ica-music-library/ .  ICA webmaster Colin Whyles is working on getting the additional pages up on the site, since Alan has provided the images (thanks very much, Alan!)  I'm not sure how long it will take.

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Firstly I must thank Daniel for bringing to my attention that the ICA had one third of the book missing ,I remember that Juliette had copied the pages up to a certain point and circumstances prevented her from finishing it. I copied the remainder but it appears these copies never reached the ICA. Luckily these missing pages were still on my computer and it was an easy job to pass them over to Colin Whyles. I must compliment Colin on the presentation of the book on the link supplied ,each page can be turned as if it is being read. 

I still have the book (actually by my side at the moment) .The missing pages provide lots of useful information ,not just music and my word what a player you would be if you could play all the music and exercises listed. I would love to hear any recordings in the future that could accompany this book. Thank you for your interest.

Al

9 hours ago, Daniel Hersh said:

 

Direct link is https://concertina.org/2011/04/08/the-concertina-book-of-music and as Alan says, there's a path to it from the ICA Music Library page https://concertina.org/2021/01/21/the-ica-music-library/ .  ICA webmaster Colin Whyles is working on getting the additional pages up on the site, since Alan has provided the images (thanks very much, Alan!)  I'm not sure how long it will take.

 

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On 1/31/2021 at 1:34 AM, Alan Day said:

Firstly I must thank Daniel for bringing to my attention that the ICA had one third of the book missing ,I remember that Juliette had copied the pages up to a certain point and circumstances prevented her from finishing it. I copied the remainder but it appears these copies never reached the ICA. Luckily these missing pages were still on my computer and it was an easy job to pass them over to Colin Whyles. I must compliment Colin on the presentation of the book on the link supplied ,each page can be turned as if it is being read. 

I still have the book (actually by my side at the moment) .The missing pages provide lots of useful information ,not just music and my word what a player you would be if you could play all the music and exercises listed. I would love to hear any recordings in the future that could accompany this book. Thank you for your interest.

Al

 

 

I'm happy to report that these additional 71 pages are now on the ICA website: go to https://concertina.org/2011/04/08/the-hayman-concertina-book-of-music and scroll to the bottom.  

 

Thanks to Alan and to ICA webmaster Colin Whyles for making this happen!

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