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Addendum To The Wwi Series


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A hiatus of several weeks has revived my appetite for exploring Tin Pan Alley songs from the WWI era, and I've decided to inaugurate a second series on YouTube.

 

The first series was very much focused on using the concertina for vocal accompaniment; this time around I'm planning to vary the instrumental palette a good bit. For that reason I won't be posting the links in this forum, unless a selection happens to feature concertina prominently. But I know a number of folks here were kind enough to follow the first series closely, and I wanted to let you know that I'm back at it, though this time I'll be relying (largely) on different tools.

 

Here's the link to the first, concertina-centric series:

 

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGBWgBMt3xfeh1ox7Hp-3d32PGAeIPaxH

 

And here's the link to the first entry in the new one:

 

https://youtu.be/JJPMx8zsJMw

 

Again, thanks to all who have taken an interest in these researches. Your comments and suggestions have been very much appreciated!

 

Bob Michel

Near Philly

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Thanks, John; that's kind of you to say. I make no great claims for the performances, but I've been having lots of fun ferreting out the songs and working up arrangements.

 

Bob Michel

Near Philly

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