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Performer: Richard Carlin
Title: The Poppy Leaf: English Concertina Tunes
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Richard Carlin, concertina virtuoso and author of Worlds of Sound: The Story of Smithsonian Folkways, concentrates here on British dance tunes. Listeners may find it hard to keep their feet still as Carlin performs jigs, hornpipes, reels, a Morris dance tune, and a contra dance tune. Providing contrast are several stately Scottish strathspeys. Carlin is accompanied by pianist Richard Kassell. The liner notes, prepared by Carlin, provide background information on the concertina and the individual selections.

Piano – Richard Kassel Recorded By, Arranged By, Concertina – Richard Carlin. Recorded August 5-7, 1978.

Listen to Richard Carlin Morpeth Rant MP3 song. Morpeth Rant song from the album The Poppy Leaf: English Concertina Tunes is released on Jan 1978. The duration of song is 01:42. This song is sung by Richard Carlin.

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The English concertina is a member of the concertina family of free-reed musical instruments. Invented in England in 1829, it was the first instrument of what would become the concertina family. It is a fully chromatic instrument, having buttons in a rectangular arrangement of four staggered rows; its buttons are unisonoric, producing the same note on both the push and pull of the bellows

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Richard Carlin - Primary Artist
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