“The Wren”. Tony plays a Saltarelle Le Bouebe accordion (on the left), Hunter plays his Hohner Liliput. Despite the smaller size, you’re actually hearing more of the Liliput. Note the “on the fly” arrangement during the last chorus.

Here we go with “Whiskey before Breakfast”, a bluegrass standard. We’re using single row “cajun” style accordions. If it looks like Tony, on the left, is labouring to keep up, that’s because he is. To be fair, Tony’s Hohner HA114 accordion is harder to play than Hunter’s Castagnari.

“Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine”. This is a traditional old time tune from the US, usually played on fiddles and banjos, less often on accordions. Hunter takes the lead the second time through, then does the harmony part in the final chorus.