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"Concertina Two" and more from Frank Butler

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Hi, all. I'm in search of a copy of Frank Butler's second tutorial for the English concertina: "Concertina Two." It doesn't seem to be in print, or at least isn't carried in any of the shops I've searched online. I'm wondering if anyone knows where I can find a copy, new or used. If it's no longer under copyright, I'd happily pay for a photocopy ... Or if it is under copyright, I'd happily pay whoever has the copyright for a photocopy or a PDF.

 

On the same subject, my Google searches found a remembrance of Mr. Butler that mentions there's a book of his arrangements out there as well. I'd love to see a copy of this, too.

 

Forgive me if this has been discussed here: My search of the forums found only an '04 string from someone also looking, with no apparent resolution.

 

Thanks for any help!

 

John Cochran

Washington, DC

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Hi, all. I'm in search of a copy of Frank Butler's second tutorial for the English concertina: "Concertina Two." It doesn't seem to be in print, or at least isn't carried in any of the shops I've searched online. I'm wondering if anyone knows where I can find a copy, new or used. If it's no longer under copyright, I'd happily pay for a photocopy ... Or if it is under copyright, I'd happily pay whoever has the copyright for a photocopy or a PDF.

 

On the same subject, my Google searches found a remembrance of Mr. Butler that mentions there's a book of his arrangements out there as well. I'd love to see a copy of this, too.

 

 

Hi John,

 

Both are in the ICA Library. I know that you are a member so will get copies to you. Like most folks I'm a bit busy in the run up to Christmas, but should have a bit more time once the main festivies are over.

 

Regards,

 

Jeremy

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I believe that the WCCP bought the copyright of both Frank Butler books a few years ago, and make copys of them on demand.

Inventor.

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