Inside cover: Forestinas win trophy
3 Remembering Harry Minting
8 Internet Video Jukebox 9A
9 Virtual Folk Club 5
13 Colin Whyles, ICA secretary, a bio
15 Squeezeast 2016
18 Hope Bank Café Orchestra
21 Concertina Bands / Hawkwood
25 West Midlands Concertina group 20th Anniversary
26 Spirit of the Game, review
27 Northumbrian Tune Books, review
30 Regional Groups information
30 A trip to Italy, accordion builders
32 TERENCE PAMPLIN AWARD FOR ORGANOLOGY AND MUSICOLOGY
2017 (Competition for a special instrument? Who is going to participate?)
Center magazine: removable A4 szie pages Music Supplement.
CD supplement: Pauline de Snoo
Ann Oliver, Peter Dyson, Roger Gawley, Peter le Geyt, Steve Goodyear, Jeremy Hague, Ariane Lawson, Paul Walker, Colin Whyles.
Tonight’s guest is again Brian Peters, traditional folk singer and well-respected anglo concertina and melodeon player. Tutor once again at this year’s Swaledale Squeeze.
PW: We seem to have Old Glory nailed above the bar, so not all of the US contingent have hit the road. Indeed opening the second half with some tasty electric guitar is Shine Boulder and “Good As The Rain”
David Cornell, an excellent player/arranger of tunes for the MacCann Duet concertina, wants his arrangements to be available to other Duet players. He is now very ill and unable to take any steps to make this happen.
Many of his arrangements are already available as pdf versions at http://www.concertina.com/cornell/ Now, thanks to the efforts of Lesley Henniker, some 30 are now available as sound files and can be found at https://soundcloud.com/user-655309308 – more will be added as she selects and records them.
This was discussed at the Duet concertina workshops at the Swaledale Squeeze this year, particularly with Iris Bishop, Paul McCann, Lesley and myself, and we would like you to put links to both these websites from the page https://www.concertina.org/sound-archive/.