Here are just a few squeeze-related links that, in turn, will point you to many more. We would appreciate suggestions of any other links you think would be appropriate for us to add to this list.
- www.accordions.com has a lot of squeezebox related information and links to services, places, events, materials and performers.
- Phoebe Senger's Accumulated Accordion Annotations has numerous links and much information on accordions, concertinas and other free reed instruments.
- Jeroen Nijhof's Accordion Links is possibly the most comprehensive source of all things accordionistic on the Web.
- Hans Palm's Accordion Pages present a wealth of information on piano-, chromatic-, and uniform keyboard accordions.
- Chris Timson's Concertina FAQ is chock full of information on the beasties.
- Don Nichols has some very comprehensive pages including an internal tour of a concertina, their tuning and maintenance, and Wheatstone's dates of manufacture.
- The History of the Wheatstone Concertina is a very comprehensive document by Neil Wayne, first published in the 1991 Journal of the Galpin Society.
- Big Nick's Concertina Spotters Guide has some beautiful photos of anglos, Englishes and ALL the types of duets!
- Concertina.net is in incredibly rich resource for all concertina players. Lots of information, new, tunes, buy/sell, great links, and a very active users forum.
- The Center for the Study of Free-Reed Instruments is a resource for scholarly research in all aspects and permutations of free-reed instruments.
- The International Concertina Association
- The ABC home page has exensive information on ABC notation.
- Richard Moon's TUNEdb is possibly the largest collection of traditional tunes on the internet.
- Al Ladd is a Colrain, Massachusetts woodworker who does the wood components for the Morse concertinas. He also makes very high quality decorative jewelry boxes and cutting boards, which he sells from his personal website.