Yote Posted November 13, 2009 Author Share Posted November 13, 2009 (edited) How about one or two of each Yeah, is starting to look like if I had the money for it that would be the way to go... I am now fighting between which style/sound I prefer, and which fingering system would be the easiest for me to figure out. The English may be the easiest for me as the pattern is pretty straight forward. I bet the Anglo concertina makes sense to someone who knows their keys and such music theory, but as I am new to that, it looks almost random to me, and would be straight hard memorization rather than patterning. The Duet seems like it would take a while to figure out, but the patterning is fairly understandable. Plus, the links you sent me is of a fellow I have seen before on youtube, so makes it appealing on that as well. ARGH! Asked the wife which style she would prefer, and after listening she said she liked each for their own reasons. Not much help there. I understand that each can be robust in the hands of a skilled player, so makes it harder to define a specific style for one or the other. I might just write each type on a piece of paper, stick them on a wall, toss on a blindfold and throw a dart. edit @ Yankee: I agree, authenticity doesn't really matter as long as it sounds fine and is fun. Edited November 13, 2009 by Yote Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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