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Mick Bramich presents a systematic approach to playing the C/G Anglo concertina, Irish style. Many people buy or acquire an Anglo concertina and find that it is less intuitive to play than it first appears. What is needed is a systematic approach and, at last, here it is.
£8.95
This book starts at rock bottom by answering the question, "What is an Anglo concertina?" Mick describes the differences found from one Anglo to another, teaches you to play the common scales, and starts with simple tunes before attempting slightly more advanced ones. Mick also has a small useful section on maintenance. This book is written for the C/G Anglo concertina, which is the most common.
£9.95
Detailed tuition for playing traditional music on the English concertina. Learn 87 easy, popular and well-known traditional tunes: core repertoire for pub sessions, country dances, ceilidhs, barn dances and hoe-downs.
£9.95
Detailed tuition for playing traditional music on the Anglo concertina. Learn 72 easy, popular and well-known traditional tunes: core repertoire for pub sessions, country dances, ceilidhs, barn dances and hoe-downs
£12.95
A maintenance manual for English, Anglo and Duet concertinas. A wealth of information with a blend of pictues, words, techniques, tricks and tips.
£11.99
An extremely well-written method for 20-key, German-style concertina. One of the best books of its kind available. Written in the key of C.
£5.95
A complete tutor for the Anglo-Chromatic Concertina. Assumes no knowledge on the part of the student. Takes the beginner from first notes to famous folk melodies. Easy to follow text with clear diagrams.
£7.95
A clearly written method for learning the English concertina, with the aid of diagrams and an easy-to-follow text. Fingering charts and photographs throughout. Contains a section of tunes with fingering for each note. Concertina Care and maintenance is also covered. Excellent value.
£9.95

Chris Sherburn has played the Anglo Concertina from the age of eight. His parents organised Goole Folk Club, then gave lodgings to the artists. Monday nights he watched them perform. Tuesday morning he played truant and got a free lesson. Chris was mad keen for the music and practised incessantly. After honing his talent at innumerable Irish music sessions, he went on to perform at major events and folk festivals.

Dave Mallinson didn’t discover traditional music until the late age of twenty-two and is completely self taught. Hard work, sheer dogged determination and lengthy practice have had to be his way of life. His constant struggle to maintain his skill gives him a unique insight into the problems and difficulties facing beginners and novices.
Chris’s enormous skill and knowledge combined with Dave’s affinity with beginners make an ideal combination to present this introduction to the Anglo concertina and traditional music.

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