Here are some recordings of the concertinas I make. There are recordings of cross row playing which is typical to Irish traditional music and recordings of harmonic playing with chords which is typical to English traditional music.
Here are two videos demonstrating the advanced model being played, the musician is Cohen Braithwaite-Kilkoyne. To learn more about his music you can see his website here: https://cohenbk.com/
Audio only C/G advanced model concertina recordings
Timour the Tartar. This tune is inspired by William Mullally who was the first Irish concertina player to be recorded.
Swaggering Boney. This is an English Morris tune
March from Scipio. This is a tune by the baroque composer Handel
Copenhagen. This is a tune by myself, inspired by the the capital city of Denmark.
G/D standard model concertina recordings
This tune is in G major, played along the rows with heavy use of chords. The valiant was written by Simon Ritchie.
Music for a found harmonium by Penguin Café Orchestra. Quite the cross row tune.
C/G standard model concertina recordings
Devil Among The Tailors. A traditional tune played in D across the rows.
The Quarry. A traditional tune mostly in C Major played along the rows and with chords.
Credit to John Timpany for helping me make these recordings happen.