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Journey into Tradition: A Social History of the Irish Button Accordion, Máire Ní Chaoimh (Ph D Thesis, 2010) pg 155 Pre accordion“The repertoire that they played was almost entirely created and conceived on other instruments,” Irish Button Accordion- From Press and Draw and Back Again, Graeme Smith (2008)pg 17 Repertoire of Irish, Scottish and other origin, developing and in flux over the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Journey into Tradition: A Social History of the Irish Button Accordion, Máire Ní Chaoimh (Ph D Thesis, 2010) pg 283 Somewhere mention temperance and middle-class push to reform and improve lower classes.

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Journey into Tradition: A Social History of the Irish Button Accordion, Máire Ní Chaoimh (Ph D Thesis, 2010) English concertina maker and performer Joseph Scates performed in Dublin for “a very numerous and fashionable audience” in 1859.

By the 1860s English/Scottish elites began to drop the English concertina.

) So here’s a very long, boring-looking, stack of commentary and quotes I really liked about Irish Traditional squeezebox.

It’s in vaguely chronological order starting in 1829 or so when the accordion was patented.

The book’s bibliography is going to be an epic separate job.

This is just a little look into what I’m trying to get my head around coming in as almost totally ignorant of Irish music. Their sturdy construction is designed to make them reliable companions for decades of playing.But even the finest accordion will begin to show signs of wear and tear after years of use.Whereas the early accordion remained an ungainly parlour instrument.“These instruments,with their quiet brass reeds, delicate cases with mother of pearl ornaments and highly decorative bellows were confined to the domestic setting and never challenged the popularity of existing instruments or the new English concertina which was consciously developed for professional concert use.” As Common as Blackberries: The First Hundred Years of the Accordion in Scotland, 1830-1930 Stuart Eydmann (1999) pg 596 The cost was still too high for the lower classes.Maybe a pile of disorganized sources like this is just the thing to get somebody started? Modern-Style Irish Accordion Playing: History, Biography and Class, Graeme Smith (1997) pg 435 “By the mid 1830s, railways were beginning to be established” Journey into Tradition: A Social History of the Irish Button Accordion, Máire Ní Chaoimh (Ph D Thesis, 2010) pg 18 Accordion was ready made for modernity, it “proclaims its origins in the factories of light-metal engineering.” Only affordable with paid employment, which often meant it was a gift from a relative in America, or required emigration.

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