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i lived there in late 70s studied with Max Adler who was an entainer in North Africa during the war. A lovely man his wife tougt classical guitar in the LAMAF building downtown Capetown.
He hand wrote out a few Africanse tunes for me. He was an associate of Nico Carstens who wrote Zambesi.
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Thanks for responding, Tom and Godgi🙂
This does rather look and sound as if it came from the US Midwest ?🤔
 

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Thanks for responding, Tom and Godgi🙂
This does rather look and sound as if it came from the US Midwest ?🤔
Hi Dingo, Really, I would say more like the northeast where there is more Scottish and French influence. Here in the midwest (where I live) the "anglo concertina" is not as common as the "chemnitzer concertina."

 

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Hi tom🙂,
Thanks for sharing the interesting clip on concertina 101!
Phew! I doubt if I'll be picking up a concertina/ chemnitzer any time soon!😳
I have trouble enough with a piano accordion 🙂
 
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