This article is from the Concertina FAQ, by Chris Timson firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
This list is not exhaustive and I would welcome further information.
The International Concertina Association has an active mailing list, but
this is restricted to its members only.
has an Internet mailing list
Anglo Concertina Excellent page produced by Dave Glenn. Good info (and one or two inaccuracies) and diagrams and some very useful hints on how to finger various keys on the anglo. http://www.soltec.net/~daglenn/conc_90.html Boermusiek Konsertina Some very interesting pages about the concertina as played by the Boer community of South Africa, maintained by Sean Minnie. Well worth a read. http://mzone.mweb.co.za/residents/sminnie/ Chemnitzer FAQ Created by Ted Kloba, this site is a good starting point for people interested in the Chemnitzer concertina. http://www.geocities.com/heytud/faq.html Concertina.net New name (formerly Anglo Concertina Resources) and new address for a fine site. Good photos, info, links and interviews with Herrington and Suttner, and a message board. What more could you want? http://www.concertina.net/ Chords This page is given over to an explanation of chord symbols. The author, Gavin Atkin, is a Jeffries duet player, and has devised the page for other duet players. http://home.clara.net/gmatkin/chords.htm Concertina Descriptions of three anglo concertinas owned by Bob DeVellis - A Jeffries, a Lachenal and a Dipper. Beautifully photograped and written, I like to look in on this since this particular Lachenal was the first concertina I ever owned. http://members.directvinternet.com/devellis/ip1conc.htm Concertina History An article written by Neil Wayne for the Galpin Society and profusely illustrated. A *must* for the budding concertina guru. Maintained by the UK Anglo player Howard Mitchell. http://www.hgmitchell.fsnet.co.uk/g0.htm Concertina! Maintained by Toby Koosman, contains links to many sites of direct and peripheral interest to concertina players. http://funnelweb.utcc.utk.edu/~tkoosman/boxlinks.html Concertina FAQ This FAQ in HTML format with pictures. http://www.concertina.info/ Bob Tedrow maintains a US mirror at http://hmi.homewood.net/tinafaq/ ConcertinaMusic.com A site dedicated to the Chemnitzer concertina, with many resources for this instrument and stacks of free sheet music notated for the Chemnitzer. http://www.concertinamusic.com/sbox Concertina Spotters Guide Maintained by Nick Robertshaw, a larger-than-life individual who plays Jeffries Duet. This site has a fine collection of photos of the different types of concertinas. http://www.clark.net/pub/bignick/indentina.html Die Deutsche Konzertina A site devised by Martin Doering and dedicated to the anglo concertina. The site used to be solely in German, but has now acquired some English translation. http://www.mucl.de/Home/mdoering/konzertina/index.htm Don Nichols Home Page Very knowledgeable gentleman when it comes to the interiors of concertinas, his home page has some fascinating info and diagrams. Also carries the text of Neil Wayne's magnificent article on the history of the concertina. http://www.d-and-d.com/dnichols/DoN.html Duet Concertina Fingering This site has well set-out fingering Charts charts for all the main Duet systems: MacCann, Crane(Triumph) and Hayden. Maintained by Marc Lamb, it fills a real need. http://www.his.com/~mis/fingeringcharts.html Hayden Duet Concertina Page As its name says, a site created by Jack J Wohr particularly for this most rational of duet concertinas. http://www.well.com/~jax/rcfb/hayden_duet.html Hayden Concertina mailing List Also maintained by Jack Wohr, this mailing list is intended specifically for players of the Hayden concertina. To subscribe send a blank email to email@example.com Le concertina anglo Irish en France A very comprehensive site in French dedicated to playing the anglo for Irish music. http://concertina.free.fr/ Le concertina en France A personal site created by Gilbert Carrère, president of the Association Française pour le Concertina. http://perso.net-up.com/gilbertcarrere/ The MacCann Duet Concertina A comprehensive guide to the MacCann duet concertina, ostensibly written by the Good (and long dead) Professor MacCann himself. Other interesting info includes pdf's of all the important concertina patents. Well worth visiting. http://www.maccann-duet.com/ Squeezebox mailing list Formerly the Accordion mailing list. Has a 2-way gateway with the squeezebox news group (see below). To subscribe, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or online at www.egroups.com/group/squeezebox/info.html rec.music.makers.squeezebox Also formerly the Accordion mailing list! Covers all aspects of free reed instruments including the concertina. A very friendly, helpful and welcoming community of players. Steve Litwin's Home Page Steve is the polka editor of the Polish American Journal, and Chemnitzer concertina player. He has assembled some good stuff about this instrument. http://www.polamjournal.com/polka/ Virtual Wheatstone Concertina This Flash demo takes a few seconds to load on a modem, but once it arrives it shows a very elegant Victorian Wheatstone English concertina which you can play with your mouse. No, really! http://www.id-werbeagentur.com/concertina/ Writings - John Kirkpatrick John Kirkpatrick ("The Guv'nor") has within his site three articles on how to play the anglo. Links to them are on this page. Look at the rest of the site while you're there. http://www.johnkirkpatrick.co.uk/writings.htm