Hugo Diaz Trio – El Choclo -here’s a Tango from Uruguay that we played at Hawkwood recently (here on the Bandoneon)
3 AGM 2016 details/officer’s reports
14 Internet Jukebox 7
15 Interview Bill Crossland
21 Virtual Folkclub 3
24 Brian Peter’s squeezebox
25 The search for five fingered Frank
27 Rob Harbron’s “Flock and Fly”
29 Duets for concertina and/or violin
Concertina playing technique:
32 Victorian Fingering on the English Concertina
Center magazine full colour Concertina photoshoot by Stephen Walker except for the Laser Cutter, 1, 2 and 3 by Bill Crossland. Continue reading
Details have been pubished in last Concertina World 465 magazine.
Our Honourary President, Alistair Anderson will be with us for the meeeting and will be giving a workshop on Northumbrian Tunes suitable for all concertina systems in the morning.
Evening concert by Alistair Anderson with special guests.
Just in case you found the prices quoted there confusing, note that they are given in concertina pounds. The members price for the concert of ¢ 5 comes out as £ 5 if you pay in sterling.
Do you intend to come? Do you want to know more? Either way please do get in touch with
Gill: gilln55 (at) yahoo.com or Roger: secretary (at) concertina.org
Bootle Concertina Band Parade (16/08/08)-Loyalists in Liverpool. View the concertina in a military/political setting, marching in the rain.
First a floor spot by Alice Jones Crossing the Bar:
followed closely by the perennial Pete Coe with Penny for the Ploughboy:
3 Frank Kidson
7 Folkworks Summer School 2015
10 Internet Jukebox 6
11 Willy Clancy weekend
12 Virtual Folkclub
16 Arran Concertina Weekend
18 Sidmouth Folk Week Drop-in
24 Rollo Woods receives Gold Badge
25 AGM 2016
26 New members in 2015
27 Membership renewal form
A new year, a new composition for duet concertina and piano by Stuart Estell:
And best wishes for 2016 to all!
Link thanks to Stefaan Walraet
Dates: April 22-24, 2016
Location: Torna Hällestad, Skåne (southern Sweden)
phone: Jim Lucas (+45) 22 62 03 99
This will be our 17th annual SSI, regularly held the last full weekend in April. A description of the event, further contact information, booking and other details can be found on the web site.
When pubs/bars over the UK are closing at a rate of knots – and with them the sessions & folk clubs they house – the one place folk music is flourishing is the INTERNET, where you can read about and listen to artistes old & new.
First a floor spot by Priscilla Ahn – “Dream”
Here to discuss with me some offerings from the Internet (over a virtual pint of Pendle Witch) is my old mate Nigel Harbron, singer/ songwriter/folk journalist who runs a session in Cumberland.