chiton1 Posted December 8, 2009 Share Posted December 8, 2009 Here are three more videos of my playing. Note that I tend to be a little more nervous when playing in front of a camera than when playing on my own (to my surprise it's more or less having an audiance in front of you...). I think I would play somewhat less tense and more posed when playing for myself. The sound is not a 100% to my liking as well. But it will give an idea of what you can do with an English Concertina in Irish music, and that you can play ECs energetically and with bounce (how much more do you want?!). I am certainly not the most gifted payer around and thus technically there is much room for improvement. For instance I am working on incorperating ''repeated notes'' in my play, but I am not fully satisfied yet. Plenty of other ornamentations could be worked on and added, both taken from the Irish Anglo playing, and from scratch (EC possibilities). So please give me your comments (especially from Anglo players). Give me some feedback. I promise I can take criticism and negative remarks. Two hornpipes: Three Polkas: Two Jigs: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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