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Apr 10, 2016

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karl

I'm interested in buying one, since seeing one in the flesh last Friday.

As I noted to the guy demonstrating the instrument, the idea of zig-zagging scales between right and left hands, and the resulting 'triangle shapes' for chords, are also on the English concertina (there are basically three keyboard lay-outs on concertinas: Anglo(-German), English and Duet).

Thank you for one of the few online reviews of the instrument!

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