It was a diatonic, and what he learned on that proved to be invaluable to his later CBA playing. I had been inditference to play Indifference with 5 fingers for years, and kept hitting two buttons at once. One or two of the top players, most notably Aimable and Verchuren, persisted very successfully with the pure musette sound for many years, but the writing was on the wall for musette tuning in France. I like Gus Viseur, which I think has to do with touch, timing, little variations in loudness, a moody feel with a bit of cheekiness thrown in They made a fortune out of playing utter musettr most of the time, but boy could they play those accordions when the fancy took them!
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Kazijar Curiously, though urged to modernise by colleagues he never really switched to CBA preferring the Mixte system. About the musetre time as the Auvergnats were beginning to adapt to life in the big city the Italians were also arriving in numbers and brought their accordions with them.
Tony Murena, Italian by birth, was a pioneer of electronic amplification. A diminutive little lady with great vales, but IMHO she played everything in a manner that did little to inspire. I wanted to ask, what for you makes a great musette performance?
Romantice feeling automatically comes out from movements of reeds. It also has lyrics for singer, check here. A very pleasant guy, but he had an awkward style that was difficult to copy.
The Accordionists Musstte An accordion forum open to all Skip to content. His method concentrated on making the pinky as strong as the other playing fingers, and teachers of the system adhered rigidly to his beliefs. When he wrote and performed Indifference it was seen as a significant masterpiece, compared to the run of the mill tunes then being composed by the mainstream bal musette players. It has since been played by thousands of accordionists, good and bad, in many countries in the world, so why is it perceived as a difficult tune?
At one time I was convinced he was right there, but I would reckon that the majority now believe that the thumb is indispensable, certainly in modern day playing.
Same thing for a 3rd bass row with minor thirds. The musette is actually a type of bagpipe used in French folk music, and is a term also used in the French language to refer to a small rucksack, usually worn by military personnel. Jo Privat has to be one of the best things that ever happened to the French accordion. I noticed that almost without exception they played those first two bars going into two octaves with just three fingers.
Who is online Users browsing this forum: The song was composed by Angel Cabral with lyrics written by Michel Rivgauche. I started off with the Anzaghi Italian method which used all 5 fingers on the right hand, but the pinky was very much an accomplice rather than a main player.
Indifference is a tune that was made for the ad-libbers amongst us. On that score I think she may have been correct. But I like your attitude to the music a lot and I hope it encourages people to try things with musette music without worrying too much. In the days before electric amplification the dancers were dependent on the accordion and drums, if there were any, in order to keep time.
They are able to play with a more legato tone when needed, and have a greater fluency and range. These days most French instruments are of 3 voice construction with a set of bassoon reeds and the other two flute reeds will typically be tuned americain swingwhich is the most popular, or celeste vibrato or two voice musette. One or two of the top players, most notably Aimable and Musetre, persisted very successfully with the pure musette sound for many years, but the writing mmusette on the wall for musette tuning in France.
Musette Accordion Music — Accordion Music They made a fortune out of playing utter rubbish most of the time, but boy could they play those accordions when the fancy took them! He always played in the Italian style with frequent use of his right thumb, and this set him apart from the main body of accordionists in France at the time.
I like Gus Viseur, which I think has to do with touch, timing, little variations in loudness, a moody feel with a bit of cheekiness thrown in Nevertheless I have played for a very long time, so feel qualified to comment. Indifference — accordion musette video Yet he did have formal training but seemed to have developed his own style.
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Kazragar However, we are still in pre-amplification days and a strong musette tuning was to continue for some time. Same thing for a 3rd bass row with minor thirds. This is the forum for you! Indifference — Valse Musette — Spartito His technique was faultless and when he played those polkas the notes were played with a military like precision like machine gun bullets bouncing off a metal air raid shelter. I preferred the stuff played by his lower key brother, Freddy. Things started to fall into place after that. I know this is a much debated subject, and this is only the opinion of an amateur player.
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