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The Concertina at Sea: A History of a Nautical Icon

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Does anyone have a copy of Dan Worrall's Concertinas At Sea: A History Of A Nautical Icon? It used to be hosted on angloconcertina.org, but that now seems to be being squatted by a Japanese t-shirt making company.

 

archive.org has a copy of the page itself at various points, but the PDF doesn't seem to have been archived.

 

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I archived the copy of PDFs before angloconcertina.org had shut down, but I do not have enough space on this forum.  Your e-mail address might help. Please PM if required. 🐐

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Amazing, thank you! I've messaged my email address.

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Dan said on his old site that the article had been superseded by a section of his book that covered the same topic, which he said is available free on Google Books.  It's at https://books.google.com/books?id=1-thWE5XRmsC&printsec=frontcover&dq=isbn:0982599609 .  If you scroll down into the table of contents and click on "Chapter 4. The Concertina at Sea" , it'll take you right there.

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Just saw this thread and tealeaf's query. Thanks Daniel for pointing out where tealeaf can read the most up-to-date version of that Nautical Concertina article -- in my book, The Anglo-German Concertina, a Social History, volume 1. As Daniel mentioned, it can be accessed and read for free on Google Books. The physical book (both volumes) can be purchased on Amazon and at one or two UK and US music stores. 

 

That was a fun project, and its product is now 11 years old. The research has held up pretty well.

 

Cheers,

Dan

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