by Paul Walker
YOUTUBE is a wonderful creation. At the click of a mouse, you can be a guest at an Irish house party, transported to Bolivia or looking through a collection of prize 78s. And all for free.
For Internet novices: Google YouTube; then type in the artiste’s name opposite the icon that looks like a magnifying glass.
1 Parade’s End
4 AGM and reports from officers ICA
9 AGM 18 October details
12 Connie and Conrad visit Hawkwood
15 cd review by Peter Dyson
16 cd review by Paul Walker
18 Internet Video Jukebox
19 My University Course
22 Obituary Ron Marks
23 Douce’s Free Reed Instrument Patent
26 WCCP weekend October 2014
28 Jody Kruskal workshop 15 November
30 For Sale
1 Photos Swaledale Squeeze May 2014
4 A Parting Thought Or Two (or more)
8 Horniman Museum purchases Wheatstone Ledgers.
9 Royal Bartle Quartet
13 A Lindisfarne Gospel, cd review
15 Concertinas at Witney
16 Composer Ineke Hoff
18 The Concertina as Winter Soldier
20 2014 AGM Treasurer’s Report
23 WCCP March 2014
27 CONNIE AND CONRAD
30 Concertina Clowns 2. Grock
Center magazine 8 pages music supplement; contributors Bill Finnegan and Paul Walker.
Allan Atlas. Margaret Birley, Les Branchett, Andrew Collins, Peter Dyson, Bill Finnegan, Roger Gawley, Jeremy Hague, Trina Lomas, Paul McCann, Göran Rahm.
1 Competition Caption Hawkwood 2014
4 Hawkwood Concertina Band 2014
6 Banding together
Letter to Editor 1
7 WCCP Bands
8 Books and cd reviews
11 AGM 2014
Center magazine 8 pages music supplement
12 Letter to editor 2
14 Philippe Sosnan
19 Bursary 1 :WCCP
20 Bursary 2: Durham Summer School
23 Band Workshops
Jenny Cox, Pauline de Snoo, Peter Dyson, Roger Gawley, Bob Harvey, Martin Henshaw, Nicola McNeill, Steve Taggart, Jane Usher, Claire Wren.
2 Swaledale Squeeze 2013
5 ICA/UK Japanese Music Exchange
8 Johnny Booyse
10 Concertina Clowns
17 Arran Concertina Event
18 Concertina Cake
19 J25 Concertina Band
20 cd review
22 ICA on Facebook and items on Internet
27 ICA members
28 Subscription renewal 2014
Dave Ball, Pauline de Snoo, Peter Dyson, Roger Gawley, Helen Graham, Jeremy Hague, Martin Henshaw, Ian Radcliffe, Göran Rahm, Claire Wren.