Clover Anglo Concertina

£1,799.00

Clover Anglo Concertina

Only 1 left in stock (can be backordered)

Description

Clover Anglo Concertina-A classic concertina by Concertina Connection,The Clover Anglo Concertina has all the qualities you would expect from a high end concertina, The Clover Anglo Concertina is a 30 key C-G hybrid anglo concertina, designed and developed by the Concertina  Connection Inc.. The instruments measures 6 1/4 inch across the flats and is available with ebonized (black) or natural finished ends.
Founded in 1993, the Concertina Connection specializes in the development and production of both hybrid and traditional concertinas.

They are makers of english, anglo and duet concertinas. They designed and produce the popular Jackie/Jack, Rochelle and Elise entry level concertinas, the Clover, Peacock and Rose, intermediate concertinas, and are the makers of the highly regarded Wakker traditional concertinas.
As restorers we have restored/rebuilt some of the most exclusive instruments around.
Specifications for all Clover models:

  • Italian hand made accordion reeds

  • traditional riveted brass action

  • traditional hand made brass end bolts and inserts

  • traditional domed metal capped buttons

  • bushed key holes and action

  • leather 6 fold bellows

  • hardwood ends, frames, action boards and reed pans

– hard shell case

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The concertina was invented by Charles Wheatstone, and the earliest examples, which he called the symphonium, were made in 1829. Its huge popularity in the 19th century was diminished by the arrival of the piano accordion in the 20th. The folk revival has see the concertina back in demand, There are three quite different fingering systems in common use: Anglo, English, and Duet.
Introduction: The Anglo is commonly used for dance-music, particularly Morris, and Irish music. It’s also used to accompany songs, shanties etc. Each button produces a different note on the push and draw of the bellows (so there are TWO notes per button). The high notes are on the right-hand end, the low on the left. So you can play the tune with the right hand, and vamp chords with the left.