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My son is visiting Quebec and texted me a very short

video clip of a fellow playing an English Concertina is some square. 

 

Does anyone know who he is? 

 

Thanks!!

 

https://youtu.be/95vtkmQd12c

Edited by Noel Ways

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1 hour ago, Robin Harrison said:

Something looks wrong in the URL....../youtu.be/

 

I think that's o.k., I've frequently noticed that, it translates into a common URL...

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Posted (edited)

The link is fixed.  For some reason when uploaded it

was designated "private".  It's now "public".

 

Sorry about that.  (The clip is ont14 seconds long)

 

https://youtu.be/95vtkmQd12c

 

 

Edited by Noel Ways

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It is working for me now but I believe he is playing an English. I got quite excited since I will be in Quebec City soon

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You are right.  I'll correct the first posting.  Thanks!

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Posted (edited)

This is Mark Douglas Evans who was featured on English International playing with his group "Obi's Boys".

He lives in the USA, but often accompanies his Wife when she is singing in Opera. A famous lady called Dominique Labelle

He is an excellent player and singer.

Al

Edited by Alan Day

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On 6/24/2019 at 5:22 PM, Noel Ways said:

Sorry about that.  (The clip is ont14 seconds long)

 

I wish it were much longer.  8^)

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Posted (edited)

Hello, I was surprised that a cut of me had been posted on YouTube.  

Edited by Mark Douglas Evans
I was going on and on. TMI,

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Welcome!  And thank you for the introduction.  When my son texted me the clip, he added the comment, "summer job for Dad".  It was, of course, a tease.  But your dexterity and command of the instrument got my attention

 

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Somebody who actually uses those high notes at the top end of a treble English!

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