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heard this at 0500 insomniacally and I was surprised to find out much later it was an accordion as I was sure from the tone it was a tina and they had got the nomenclature wrong.


Anyway, tho am not overstruck by the melody, it shows how you can start with a v simple tune and work it up into quite a large piece (15 mins)and I dont see why the same principle should not work for a concertina. The tone and the way it was played, as I said, does not sound like an accordion to me.


I supppose the piano could be replaced by summat else.




AT VERY END of Through the Night


0545 composer is Huggett

Andrew Huggett Canadian folk-song suite for accordion and piano

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