Traditional Celtic Music & Dance in Nederland -
This subpage tries to give a complete overview of homepages in Nederland or made by Dutch people (indicated with ).
Only a few extra links to other countries is given, in order to give people a quick access to various subjects.
An overview page for Planet Earth is: Ceolas.
Nederlandse Organisatie van Doedelzakbands:
Dutch organisation of Scottish pipe bands.
Address: H.Broekma, Maldenhof 84, 1106ET Amsterdam.
- Uilleann Pipes.
- Free-Reed Instruments.
Karel van der Leeuw:
Builder of diatonic accordions.
Workshop: 1e Daalsedijk 192, Utrecht, tel.: 030-2322885.
The Concertina Connection:
Gives information about, buyes and sells concertinas.
Address: Wim Wakker, Jan de Withof 15, 5709AM Helmond.
[iss.44,2010-11-25][2008-12-17 Louis Kouwets]
Accordion & Harmonica Museum "De Muse" & Henk Kuik Accordeons:
Museum, shop, atelier and café with podium. Importer of Castagnari.
Address: Kerkplein 12, 6581AC Malden (near Nijmegen).
Shop of free-reed instruments.
Address: Oosterburgstraat 13, 1811AJ Alkmaar.
Comprehensive information site about Schottish, Irish, and Balfolk playing on piano-accordion.
Contact: Erik de Jong.
(go to Celtic music) by Jeroen Nijhof from Nederland
This page contains a lot of links to bands playing Traditional Irish and related music and using an accordion (The word accordion means here the whole accordion family). Other pages of this great site contain also links to sites with info about the accordion as used in Celtic music (including concertinas).
Han's Irish Squeezebox Page by Han Speek from Nederland.
This very interesting page explains how the Irish button accordion works and shows the difference with the 2-row melodeon as used for example in Nederland and England.
De Harmonicahoek by Eduard Bekker from Nederland
This is the Dutch Meeting point on the WWW for melodeon.
Toon Sileon v.o.f.
Shop of free-reed instruments
Hoofdstraat 50, Terborg
Berend Kok v.o.f. de Accordeonspecialist
Shop of free-reed instruments, also tuning and repair
Schoolstraat 6, 9367PZDe Wilp
[iss.40,2004-04-09][2004-03-09 ad in DN]
- Irish harmonica.
In iharm.txt you find an article about the harmonica (mouth organ) and Jew's harp in Irish music.
This article was sent by Jack Schroevers, 1996-07-14.
He received it from the author: Rick Epping, who wrote it for a magazine and asked Jack to distribute it.
Rick Epping plays concertina, harmonica, accordion and Jew's harp (also harmonica, accompanying himself on accordion or concertina). He had lived years in Ireland, but since 1980 he lives again in the USA.
E-mail adress of Rick Epping: EppingWR@aol.com
Builder of bodhráns.
Address: Willem Alexanderstraat 41, 5502VB Veldhoven.
By bodhrán tutor Rob Bitter from Nederland.
[2005-06-04 Rob Bitter][iss.42,2005-07-13]
- The Bodhrán Page by Josh Mittleman
This page contains interesting basic info about and how to play the bodhrán.
Han's Irish Bouzouki Homepage by Han Speek from Nederland.
This page contains interesting info about the bouzouki in traditional Irish music (for example how to play, tuning and stringing).
Citterns 'n stuff
by Anthony de Waal from Nederland
This page contains a lot of info about the Cittern, with links, tunings, etc.
- Various Instruments.
The Celtic Shop:
This (postorder) shop of Celtic CDs and music books, bodhráns, tin whistles and other Irish goods.
Address: Steenbergsestraat 9, 4611TC Bergen op Zoom,
Postbus 480, 4600AL Bergen op Zoom.
Hampe en Berkel Muziek:
Shop of musical instruments.
For Celtic music ask Siard de Jong.
Address: Spui 11, 1012WX Amsterdam.
Shop of all kinds of second-hand musical instruments.
Address: Søren Venema, 's-Gravelandse Veer 5bg (on the Amstel, opposite Mulligans), 1011KM Amsterdam.
With on-line catalogue.
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