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Back to Swedish music this week. Today I uploaded another gånglåt. This one is from the repertoire of the famous Dalarna fiddler Hjort Anders.

 

 

Enjoy,

Mark Gilston

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Another Irish hornpipe from me this week: The Friendly Visit, another old favorite of mine:

 

 

Enjoy,

Mark Gilston

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This week I've posted the Tingsmarsch from Leksand. One of the first Swedish tunes I ever worked out for English concertina.

 

 

Enjoy!

Mark Gilston

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OK, Here's what I've been doing instead of concertina videos the last couple of months...

 

So WARNING... no concertinas in these videos. Instead, I've been doing some demonstrations of various unusual instruments from my rather extensive collection.

 

Bird whistles:

 

Water whistles:

 

Rain sticks:

 

Do please let me know if you like them or find them worthwhile. They take quite a bit more effort than the musical performances since they require a cameraman and editing.

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After a long break from concertina videos, I've posted another Swedish Waltz.

 

 

Enjoy,

Mark Gilston

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Thanks Mark,

I liked your playing on "English International" and now I can hear more.

 

What a treat !

 

Best regards,

Geoff.

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Hello all. After a long stretch of mountain dulcimer postings, I've posted a new video with concertina.

 

It's my favorite Christmas carol, so Merry Christmas to one and all:

 

 

Enjoy,

Mark Gilston

http://www.markgilston.com/

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"Troll Road," "Troll Road," "Troll Road"! Let's say it again, just because it's so much fun to say it: "Troll Road"!!!! :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

 

I mean, the CD title is as nifty as the playing and the musical choices!

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Many thanks :) There's also quite a lot of concertina on "At Your Request"

 

 

"Troll Road," "Troll Road," "Troll Road"! Let's say it again, just because it's so much fun to say it: "Troll Road"!!!! :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

 

I mean, the CD title is as nifty as the playing and the musical choices!

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