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The good ol' Hansa48 in Kiel, Germany is hosting their 100st "Kneipenkonzert" (Pub-concert) and The Chancers are reuniting to join the festivities! Nils, Verena, Bernd, Thomas & myself are ready to play all our greatest
Finale of the 21st irish folk workshop in Bonn: Teachers and students play a small concert to show what they learned. I am delighted to announce that I will be back at the Irish Folk
For sale is a very special, very sweet sounding Hohner Pokerwork in the key of Bb/Eb. The instrument was restored and tuned following a baroque tuning system from Andreas Werckmeister first published in his writings
While we are in the final stage of completing the next restored melodeon, we have a hot tip for all those of you who can never get enough traditional Irish music: Nuadán is an exciting
Lately I find myself enjoying more and more English folk music, especially English melodeon music. If you do too, then you should really check out Ollie King's superb two solo recordings. I have just discovered
Here's a free button accordion tutorial using some footage of a workshop I gave in Bonn/Germany about two years ago. The recording is supposed to help the participants remember the tune and the bass line
"What do I have to do to play tunes faster on the button accordion?” is by far the most asked question when I teach Irish button accordion to my students. Here are some tips &
If you are digging the old Paolo sound as much as we do, then this box might well tempt you: We are selling a 4-voice (LMMM) B/C tuned red Paolo Soprani Elite II at an
We just finished servicing a lovely wooden Weltmeister 516 melodeon in C/F, made in Germany. The melodeon was bought in 2007 and has hardly ever been played. Apart from some very minor scratches below the
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