JoachimDelp Posted November 17, 2003 Author Share Posted November 17, 2003 Sharron, my previous reply has beennn written before reading your description of the functions of the Amziong Sloewsowner. It sounds exciting what you tell. I accept that this mayx a very valid way for learning. And there might me no need tor teaching Tapes (recordings) as I said any other than for beginners. Still rests the personal contact amopng us and Interchange of Tunes, I would like to realize. I remind opnce more : When proposing my Topic I have been thinkiong in the Comunity not just in my person. Nevertheless I have learned a lot from this discussion. I play mostly wuth a 30 button Anglo, with a deep A in the G row lefft side and Push/Pull Csharp on the on the right accidentals row. I think they call it JEFFRIES OUTLAY: My Concertinma is made by Harry Geuns and Wim Wakker, Holand, Amboyna ended, beautiful, and has a very good action. Alos I play a TEdrow Baritone from time to time not having neither of both characteristics I mentioned before. It is not to diffuclt for me to change fingering. I play also German Konzertina made in Eastern Germany with 20 buttons C/G and I kiej to play very much, and it has much more possibolities than one might thinkk. Found a nice good German Tutor for it with CD, and The teacher is playing amaziong things, like as intersting TAngo. Very curois how he is using G and C/ Row jkeys at the same time for cohording. Would like to have mroe time to deeper into it. I own also an old Bandoneno, which needs some repairs but in crazy dark hopurs, on my own I made quite a lot of intersting noise with this instrument. The music I play is ; Irish Tunes,. Basque Folk, Tunes and sometimes chords German Folk improvbising some chords, also mainly octave playing and I learned by error that it can sound very tow voiced when playuing left and right hand at the same time but in differnt distance than ion OPcatve. I am working on some Musette and March Music, and there are need harmonies and chords. I have a friend who is Triktixa Teacher in _the Basque Country. He cannot really rteach me, but he allows me to play in his specially prepared School Rooms and from time to time he assists me, playing Basque Tunes on his Trik, which I try to adpat to the Cioncertina. MY TOPIC HAS NOT BEEN PROPOSED TO COVER MY NEEDS., I THOUGHT IN A COMUNITY OF CONCERTINA FRINEDS STRETCHING THE CONTACTS AMONG THEM. Nervethelless any Recording would be higjhly appreciated and responded. My playing is till not really solid and teh weakest point is the Irish Tunes with the right accent. Regards and thousand thanks for all the received advices. Joachim Delp Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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