INDIFFERENCE VALSE MUSETTE PDF

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As my Irish relatives would say “He was good at playing fast tunes slow”.

Wish him a bright future! Many people would disagree with me, muserte that’s my opinion. The Accordionists Forum An accordion forum open to all Skip to content. The song was composed by Angel Cabral with lyrics written by Michel Rivgauche.

Valse Musette style composition of the French musician Maurice. What makes one performance or performer stand out over another?

Indifference – accordion musette (video) – Accordion

About the same 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. These days most French instruments are of 3 voice inddifference 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. Claude often did even vasle recordings whilst Jacky was more of a perfectionist. I suppose their accuracy is down to what they are used to, but probably takes longer to acquire than the methods which keep the thumb on the side.

I went off the pur musette which I actually didn’t find all that easy to play. 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. Things started to fall into place after that. I remember reading Ferrero’s method book and his rebuke about the 4th row. But I like your attitude to the music a lot and I hope it encourages misette to try things with musette music without worrying too much.

With kusette view to broadening my repertoire, I’ve been watching Italian CBA players quite a lot recently, and with some reluctance would have to agree that their musehte on technique is superior to the guys who do without it.

The foremost player of that genre insifference progressed into the recording world was Emile Vacher, who composed a large number of early musette tunes along with the pianist Jean Peyronnin. 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 Firstly, to indifferece out a few anomalies, the term “French musette” is used to describe a style of accordion playing, and does not directly correspond to the tuning of the accordion used to play it.

Mon Amant de Saint Jean is a French song from which was a huge success. Adherents of the Ferrero system end up playing three note chords with fingers 3,4, and 5, which I now find quite difficult. Music Game full rules are on the original first post in its thread 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 wanted to ask, what for you makes a great musette performance? I had an additional problem that I couldn’t learn off anybody else, until videos started to appear in the late 80s and I picked up quite a bit from them.

The results were often rather weird, but the full musette tuning or “musette pur” started to decline quite rapidly. Sous le ciel de Paris, “under the sky of Paris”, is a French film. It was by studying those videos that I realised Mr Ferrero’s method was ideal if you were going to play classical music, but if you were going to play musette you had to learn to keep the thumb and pinky off the treble buttons, and only use them if there was no other option.

Doesn’t matter what he plays, that dance tempo was rock solid throughout. In the years immediately preceding World War 2 several musette accordionists had already taken the chromatic instrument to another level and were beginning to incorporate other styles into the music. A very pleasant guy, but he had an awkward style that was difficult to copy. Indifference is a tune that was made for the ad-libbers amongst us.

Sous Le Ciel De Paris. Can be accordion solo or with band.

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His daughter hated his playing, saying it was delivered in a manic rush, and said she preferred to listen to Tony Murena with his smoother flowing style. Musetts by Wang Yi and her friend. It is probably the most famouse French chanson worldwidely represents Musette style. When I first started out it was all pure musette stuff I listened to.

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. I would mustte I have listened to hundreds of French and Belgian players over the years, and other than Gus Viseur there has been no Belgian player that has managed to capture my heart.

The right can be three rows tuned a fourth apart Eg GCF or two indfiference that with the third a semitone away.

“Indifference” Valse Musette, Accordion Solo on the Roland FR-7x by Richard Noel

I had been trying to play Indifference with 5 fingers for years, and kept hitting two buttons at once. At one time he played a 4 row diatonic as did Scotland’s Will Starr. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates.

I preferred the indiffeence played by his lower key brother, Freddy.