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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2009-12-18: Concertina Noir

December 24, 2019

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From 10 years ago, here’s episode number 158 of Accordion Noir radio, taking a break for the holiday season while offering up an hour of, for a change of pace, concertina music.  At its original online home, it accumulated some 9486 listens, and we hope that people continue listening to and enjoying it today at its new online home at the Internet Archive.  Here’s its playlist:

AccNoir-2009-12-21, Concertina Noir!

(This post is out of order, but I wanted to get the Winter-wonder-show last week out early. I wasn’t drunk or anything here, I don’t know why I sound like it.)

*Artist – Song – Album (year) – Where they’re from – Contact info.
* Regardt de Bruin – Herinnering Aan Bles – Anglo International (2005) – Kempton Park, Johannesburg, South Africa – http://www.angloconcertina.co.uk/
* Harry Belafonte – Angelina – All Time Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 (1961) – New York, New York, USA / Aboukir, Jamaica – Where is the concertina version of this song?
* L Mahlobo – Umalume – Squashbox: Zulu, Sotho, Xhosa Concertina, 1930-1965 (1962) – South Africa – David Murray sent us this. Thankyou David! dave@spectacularopticals.com
* Chris Sherburn & Danny Bartley – Old Joe’s Jig, The Mist On The Mountain, The Mooncoin – Last Night’s Fun (1995) – Leeds, West Yorkshire, England (orig. W. Ireland or so.) – Chris Sherburn, anglo concertina. http://www.lastnightsfun.com/ reviewed: http://www.folkmusic.net/htmfiles/webrevs/som002.htm
* Juliette Daum – Cancion de Cuna – Mallorca Dulee y Picante: Dulce (2007) – France/Wisconsin – http://www.juliettedaum.com/ Wheatstone Baritone Concertina
* Allan Atlas – A Stoír Mo Chroí – English International (2006) – Center for the Study of Free-Reed Instruments, New York City, USA – http://englishconcertina.org/
* Jonas Mate & Kleinbooi Motaung – Mamolikoane – Squashbox: Zulu, Sotho, Xhosa Concertina, 1930-1965 (1930) – South Africa – David Murray sent us this. Thankyou David! dave@spectacularopticals.com
* Arthur Osmond – I played my concertina – Edison Standard Record: 10209 (1909) – – Part of the UCSB Cylinder Digitization Project: http://cylinders.library.ucsb.edu/.
* Alf Edwards – Russian Rag – English International (1951) – Born near Newcastle upon Tyne, UK – http://englishconcertina.org/
* Andy Turner – Bedfordshire March/The Decennial – Anglo International (2005) – Oxfordshire, UK – http://www.angloconcertina.co.uk/ http://www.magpielane.dsl.pipex.com/andyturner/
* Juliette Daum – Sonata Typica de Mallorca – Mallorca Dulee y Picante: Dulce (2007) – France/Wisconsin – http://www.juliettedaum.com/ Wheatstone Baritone Concertina
* Toy-Box Trio – Harrenhal – (2009) – Seattle, Washington, USA – http://www.myspace.com/toyboxtrio
* Oguta Bobo with his accordion – Alfred Wambogo – Rujina Kalando (1998) – Kenya, Africa – Luo Accordion/Concertina
* Tarkin – Rowan’s intro and then Tarkin’s track I messed up on on the show: Minto – live on our show, Accordion Noir 2007-05-18 – Vancouver, BC, Canada – http://www.tarkin.ca/
* Alan Day – Rosbif Waltz – Anglo International (2005) – Horley, London and South East UK – http://www.angloconcertina.co.uk/
* Lea Nicholson – Courtly Masquing Ayres – The Concertina Record (1980) – UK – http://www.jayls.com/jamring/
* Alistair Anderson – Farewell To The Dene; Strawberries Galore; Cheviot Rant – English International (2008) – International Concertina Association, UK – http://englishconcertina.org/

This episode’s cover is: Charles Wheatstone today’s squeezebox hero, inventer of Telegraphy (partially), 3-D glasses, and the concertina! (patented Dec 19, 1829): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Wheatstone

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