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PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2009 3:26 pm 
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Hi all.

I'm looking for a suggestions for a beginner concertina tutorial book. A friend of mine used to play button accordian as a young girl and was recently given an concertina. She is a classical musician by profession, so she would be able to figure out the theory aspects pretty well on her own (i.e. she doesn't need a TOTAL dummy book). Any suggestions on a good tutor?

Thanks!


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 23, 2009 2:10 pm 
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razzmaster wrote:
Hi all.

I'm looking for a suggestions for a beginner concertina tutorial book. A friend of mine used to play button accordian as a young girl and was recently given an concertina. She is a classical musician by profession, so she would be able to figure out the theory aspects pretty well on her own (i.e. she doesn't need a TOTAL dummy book). Any suggestions on a good tutor?

Thanks!


I hate to do this to you, but do you know what sort of concertina it is? There are a number of different types of concertina (Anglo, English, three different types of Duet... then we get to Bandeons and Chetzimer.. ).

A good resource will be concertina.net. Anglo, English and Duets frequent that site and will probably be able to give you the best answer possible.

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Bill


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