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I would love to see this, but the link takes me to a web page with no video, I click "WebTV" and then what? Can anyone help?

 

I get a popup blocked message on on the browser - firefox (a not very obvious message!) and when I enable the popup, it tells me that my operating system isn't supported (Linux - it will only do windoze or mac) .... so I'll have to try again from another PC.

 

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Do we know who this is? I like his playing.

Yes Daniel, nice playing. I'm not good on faces since I don't get out much, but somewhere I think I recognise the name. Maybe he's a member here? :unsure: :rolleyes:

 

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Leo :)

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Lancaster Maritime Festival, Easter 2006

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseacti...eoid=2023369992

 

Peter playing his TV star concertina. Prince of Denmark's March

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseacti...eoid=2023371096

 

The Dardanelles - Flowing Bowl Set

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3STqMZbOEs

 

English Concertina for Beginners Part 10

 

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Leo :D

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Peter playing his TV star concertina. Prince of Denmark's March

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseacti...eoid=2023371096

Thought that it must have been flagged up, since the video has received a lot more "hits". Ian Munro was using the video facility on his camera for the first time, so not a bad effort. Unfortunately, he paused filming part way through and moved from "landscape" to "portrait". As a result, the last part had me defying gravity :unsure: , so I decided against posting it!

 

Regards,

Peter.

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Thought that it must have been flagged up, since the video has received a lot more "hits". Ian Munro was using the video facility on his camera for the first time, so not a bad effort. Unfortunately, he paused filming part way through and moved from "landscape" to "portrait". As a result, the last part had me defying gravity :unsure: , so I decided against posting it!

 

Regards,

Peter.

Peter

 

A nice tune played well is a good thing. I don't think the video change detracts from it at all. It's still a pleasure to watch and listen.

 

From your experience is defying gravity similar to playing in a vacuum? :lol:

 

English Concertina for Beginners Part 11a

 

English Concertina for Beginners Part 11b

 

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Leo

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This one is really interesting. Now I don't have to take mine apart to looksee.

English Concertina for Beginners Part 12 ... What's Inside

 

English Concertina for Beginners Part 13

 

Good work Martyn. I'm enjoying the series.

 

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Leo :D

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