See Recent Additions for the 25 new titles added to the free sheet music library!

USConcertina.com is brought to you by the United States Concertina Association (“USCA”), an organization that is devoted to the promotion and preservation of the chemnitzer concertina and related musical instruments from the bellows-driven, free-reed family. The association’s vision is to support the members of local concertina clubs and independent concertina musicians; to further the exchange of information and cooperation in and between local concertina clubs; to develop a better appreciation of, and respect for, the concertina by the public; to encourage concertina musicians to improve their musical skills and abilities; and to improve the fellowship and support that is shared within the concertina musician community across the entire United States.

Answers to Your Questions! Visit the Frequent Questions feature to find simple answers to the most common questions we receive about the chemnitzer concertina and this site.

Looking for Concertina Instruction? See the Learn To Play feature to access self-instruction books for both beginners and novice musicians. There are eight books available to download. They offer an introduction to music, chemnitzer concertina basics, fingering exercises, scales and chords, and easy songs for practice. Now is the time to learn and improve!

The site features an extensive library of free sheet music, self-instruction materials, a collection of nostalgic and historic information, and some technical essentials for the chemnitzer musician. You will also find information on chemnitzer concertina clubs, honorary organizations, people associated with the instrument, a brief history of the chemnitzer, a data base of select manufacturer records and much more.

All of the arrangements in the sheet music library feature special notation for the chemnitzer concertina. Though the music has been arranged for this particular instrument, many professional and amateur musicians who play other musical instruments also enjoy the use of these compositions. Visitors find this website a valuable resource for both popular and hard to find polkas, waltzes, obereks, fox trots and other styles of old-time music.

Please use the convenient menu navigation at the top of each page to find your way to the many website features. Frequently Asked Questions provides you with the answers to our visitors’ most common queries. The Search function is available on each page as is the link to website Help. Please visit the community supported USCA Facebook Group if you require any special assistance or if you have any comments or questions regarding chemnitzer concertinas.