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I don’t often see new Anglo videos posted to YouTube these days, but thought I'd pass these on.

 

The first from Robert Johnson in New York, I initially thought was an Anglo when I made this post but it has since been clarified as a Hayden Duet.
 

And the second, only recently posted, of Chris Droney in 2014 (Gradam Saoil TG4) playing Anglo.


Edited October 24, 2019 to clarify the types of concertina involved.

Edited by Bruce McCaskey

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I think that Robert Johnson is playing a Stagi 46B Hayden.

 

See: 

 

Edited by Don Taylor

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1 hour ago, Don Taylor said:

I think that Robert Johnson is playing a Stagi 46B Hayden.

 

He says so in the first words in the video.

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44 minutes ago, David Barnert said:

 

He says so in the first words in the video.

I meant he is playing a Hayden in the Hallelujah video.

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I didn’t see any description of the instrument in the video I or hear any words in the video I posted, but I can believe it is a duet after looking closer at his left hand fingering.  Further research does make it obvious.  Still a nice tune in that setting.  I'll go back and edit the original post to clarify.

Edited by Bruce McCaskey

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On 10/23/2019 at 5:55 PM, Don Taylor said:

I meant he is playing a Hayden in the Hallelujah video.

 

On 10/24/2019 at 12:39 PM, Bruce McCaskey said:

I didn’t see any description of the instrument in the video or hear any words in the video I posted...

 

Aha! I hadn’t seen the Hallelujah video yet, and assumed Don was posting the same video Bruce did. Sorry for the confusion.

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