Digital book with embedded audio files, by Dan Worrall.The heyday of the Anglo-German concertina (1860s to World War I) coincided with a time when social dances in houses, barns, woolsheds and community
halls were all the rage in working class urban and rural areas. Here are 172 archival recordings of 36 early concertina players performing schottisches, polkas, quadrilles, waltzes, barn dances, mazurkas, and varsovianas from Ireland, England, Australia and South Africa. Includes more than 150 photos and graphics, and more than 200 sound files in MP3 format.
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