On 3/13/2021 12:19 AM, David Dalton wrote:
> On Mar 12, 2021, Dylan Montgomery wrote
> (in article<d61dcd4d-7a51-4880...@googlegroups.com
>> I thought they mostly played two row in newfoundland, but if they play one
>> rows there that would be great.
> Oh yes, many play four stop one row accordions, notably Frank Maher.
To the OP:
I don't know the genre or actual tunes but there is a beginner book for
squeezebox that got into the public domain I can mail you a copy of.
Normally I sell it but just for U.
Once you know the way around the keyboard you can go by ear.
and then call the secret number on the voicemail to
get a copy of the short manual with a few simple tunes.
But from your post it may appear you haven't got a squeezebox yet. There
are a lot of them around that may be one or more rows but any row would
be set up the same, so just play on one row unless you want to get fancy.
Some old European boxes have one button called a "gleichtone" that is
same note both ways, but you are not likely to find one.