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This excellent annual event, organised by the East Anglian Traditional Music Trust, usually escapes the notice of this site because it is not clear from the title that it is also for concertina players. This year's tutors include John Kirkpatrick and Rob Harbron and there are still places available on their concertina-based workshops.

Details of these workshops and all other aspects of the day are available at http://www.eatmt.org.uk/news.htm

CAMRA bar too - but I'm driving.

Best wishes

Roger

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Shall have to look out for a Sarah.

You'll probably identify me from my patchwork concertina bag. ;)

 

Shall have to look out for a Sarah.

Easy to spot ...... she'll be the one without concertina, unless she amends checklist. ;)

amended :P

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This excellent annual event, organised by the East Anglian Traditional Music Trust, usually escapes the notice of this site because it is not clear from the title that it is also for concertina players. This year's tutors include John Kirkpatrick and Rob Harbron and there are still places available on their concertina-based workshops.

Details of these workshops and all other aspects of the day are available at http://www.eatmt.org.uk/news.htm

CAMRA bar too - but I'm driving.

Best wishes

Roger

Here's the working link - These pesky case-sensitive URLs..... :)

http://www.eatmt.org.uk/News.htm

 

See you there, Roger.

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No Steve. Dulcimer to large to carry around.

 

I'm with Rees with my Cajun "Box of Gold".

 

And Singing with Colin with my G/D Saltarelle

 

See you on the Friday before for the session.

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As always, a great day.

But me thinks you had a stooge in the audience, the pic of JK holding up the troublesome wallpaper was taken from where you weren't!

 

ah that was when the lesson was finished...I asked nicely if I could take a picture of his diagram. :blink:

 

It was a bit like a laurel and hardy sketch with the wallpaper falling down and the most inopportune moments. lol!

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