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Hey everyone! I'm back, and with a Concertina this time. Its been a few weeks since I got my concertina and ill be uploading progress videos to my youtube weekly as I progress through the OAIM.

 

My OAIM Concertina Progress: Weeks 1-3: http://youtu.be/lzU6qSvCGmQ

 

My Concertina Progress: Self-Taught Reel: http://youtu.be/pKMTlez7km8

 

And here's a friendly piano video.

 

Big Reels on Piano: The Foxhunters/The Bucks of O: http://youtu.be/lAII4UzQ-b4

 

I can already foresee the challenges ahead with Concertina, but itll be fun and exciting! Hope you all enjoy the piano playing!

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3rd week now since I took delivery of my Rochelle and really enjoying the practise, havn't tried any self taught reels, your's does sound really good. I've just introduced B flat into some of the tunes, p23 of the Rochelle tutor, are you using the index finger for both the B flat and G that follows? it feels a bit strange and slow, so not sure that's correct.

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3rd week now since I took delivery of my Rochelle and really enjoying the practise, havn't tried any self taught reels, your's does sound really good. I've just introduced B flat into some of the tunes, p23 of the Rochelle tutor, are you using the index finger for both the B flat and G that follows? it feels a bit strange and slow, so not sure that's correct.

 

I don't have the Rochelle tutor, so I don't know if it's telling you what buttons to use, but -- assuming the G is the one in the same octave as the Bb, -- I think I wouln't use the push G in the C row right after the Bb. Instead, I'd use either the push G in the G row or the pull G in the "accidental" row (next to the Bb, if we're talking left hand).

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Thank you Jim, I 've not long realised l've been getting into a bit of muddle, trying to learn the English and Irish styles of playing, sticking to the English method now, as l

also dance in a Morris side and seem to be back on track and making some music.

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