Simon Wells Posted January 28, 2004 Share Posted January 28, 2004 To those who may be interested, I have just published an online tutor on Anglo technique. It is published as a Word document, and is not really browsable, but until we overcome such technical hurdles, at least it's there. To anyone who wants to make serious use of it, it can simply be saved/printed off as a Word doc. It can be found at http://users.tpg.com.au/cghent/tutor.doc . Hmmm, don't think that's going to work as a link. oh well, too bad, copy and paste yourself if you're serious. These technical things are beyond me at times. The tutor has been published with the great help of Chris Ghent, whom you may have noticed is a contributor to this forum, and also the co-ordinator of Australia's (that's where we live) only concertina discussion list. Now this tutor is not comprehensive, it is not intended to be a competitor to the well-known commercial ones available in books, video, CD-Rom. It tries to supplement them. It does have diagrams, charts and transcriptions of Irish ornamentation within tunes. The tutor is of course a free internet resource. I've made no money out of this, I just want to share collective info, and invite more. In time it will be amended and improved with the contributions of others. So go and have a look. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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