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Josh Birch

New Scan Now Available Of The Salvation Army Ec Tutor

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Hi, all,

 

After years of searching, I was finally able to find, buy and scan the Salvation Army Tutor for the English concertina. This scan is much, much cleaner and easier to read. You can download it here:

 

https://sites.google.com/site/vionau/files/Salvation%20Army%20Tutor%20for%20the%20English%20Concertina.pdf?attredirects=0&d=1

 

If anyone has ideas about who else I should send this to to make it available to others, please let me know!

 

-Josh

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It worked just fine for me, but you have to wait for it to complete downloading - it's many pages of bitmaps and takes a bit.

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Thank you for this. The second link worked.

 

This is vastly superior to the copy I originally had. Good work!

 

I'm sure it will vastly improve myi playing. :D

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Hi,

 

I think that I've mentioned this before but the Welsh and Scottish melodies were arranged by celebrated band leader and keen concertina player, Henry Hall.

 

The descriptive selection "On Sunday Morn", by my late grandfather Herbert Hague.

 

This is the tutor I learned from and I the first piece I could really play on the concertina was the Largo in G - actually a reproduction from one of Charles Arthur Rawlings books, I think. (a.k.a. Faulkner Brandon,Theo Bonheur, Oscar Verne etc.)

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