Prof. MacCann – A Frangesa March (Concertina Solo, 1901. The first successful design for a Duet concertina was patented in 1884 by a young performer, “Professor” John Hill MacCann, who is most likely the person playing here.
Still seasonal perhaps because of the snow?! – O Little Town of Bethlehem – Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne, Bass Anglo Concertina – from the new generation of Anglo players.
Rollo Woods, whose obituary is in the latest issue of CW, was a very well know concertina player who died recently. There is to be a Musical celebration of his life:
A MUSICAL CELEBRATION
7TH APRIL 2018
3pm – 9pm
Music – dancing – food
The High Street, Swanage BH19 2PH
For more details contact
Chris Pullen 07757 266119
Many thanks to reader Steve Taggart who has found a trio of unusual concertina-related clips:
Cicco Camelio on Clarinet and Foley Fettucini on Concertina Concertina qui pleure, clarinette qui rit, paris qui dort (2/2)
Music experiment with the 16mm silent movie “Paris qui dort” (France, 1925), also known as “Le rayon de la mort invisible” featuring experimental random rumours by the incredible randolfinarium and linacinemarinio show.
Mohsen Amini – lightning fast & young; BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician 2016-The final set of tunes prize-winning performance