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His aunt, a prostitute, bought him his first accordion when he was a boy. When people from the Auvergne area of France began to settle in Paris musettr numbers they brought their musette bagpipes with them.
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I had never heard of Gus Viseur, Tony Murena, Emile Carrara, and the other “swing” type players, until I discovered cassettes with their names on them. Board index Contact us. Claude often did even in recordings whilst Jacky was more of a perfectionist. Firstly, to iron 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 musrtte used to play it. Mon Amant de Saint Jean is a French song from which was a huge success.
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. 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 know this is a much debated subject, and this is only the opinion kndifference an amateur player. Tony Fallone, from down south somewhere, plays some fascinating swinging jazzy stuff which is very nice to listen to, but I wouldn’t even think about trying to play it.
It ijdifference probably the most famouse French chanson worldwidely represents Musette style. Adherents of the Ferrero system end up playing three note chords with fingers 3,4, and 5, which I now find quite difficult.
Then, as electronic amplification became available, some of them discarded the musette tuning altogether and played and recorded with single reeds only. Wish him a bright future! Musete I was younger I loved all of the excitement that was in Viseur’s playing, but as I have aged I tend to go for things down a gear or two.
The foremost player of that genre who progressed into the recording world was Emile Vacher, who composed a large number of early musette tunes along with the pianist Jean Valze. 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. On that score I think she may have been correct. I think I may have the answer. Jo Privat has to be valde of the best things that ever happened to the French accordion.
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Maurice Larcange, one of France’s most famous and also from Valenciennes with his Belgian basses taught a whole battalion of young French players to play exactly like him.
The secret was out! Hard to say perhaps but I indifderence interested in what you thought. Who is online Users browsing this forum: There was a discussion about Emile Vacher on melodeon.
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The Accordionists Forum An accordion forum open to all Skip to content. Due to my choice of not pursuing the accordion music of my fellow Scots, I had to teach myself mainly by listening and referring to French tuition books.
Music Game full rules are on the original first post in its thread I noticed that almost without exception they played those first two bars going into two octaves with just three fingers. 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.
Jo Morage played a more “music teacher” style and you’ll see his pinky working overtime in this composition by Gus Viseur. Emile Carrara composed a number of very popular tunes, and I would have bought every record he ever made but for the fact that his amplified accordion sounded awful. I went off the pur musette which I actually didn’t find all that easy to play. Valse Musette style composition of the French musician Maurice.
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? Nevertheless I have played for a very long time, so feel qualified to comment. 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.
This list is based on my personal preferences, and obviously concentrates mainly on the big names. Now, there is some debate in France as to whether the accordion was actually invented in the Auvergne or in Italy.
It was a diatonic, and what he learned on that proved to be invaluable to his later CBA playing. Tony Murena, Italian by birth, was a pioneer of electronic amplification.
In the years immediately preceding World War 2 several musdtte accordionists had already taken the chromatic instrument to another level and were beginning to incorporate other styles into the music.
The results were often rather weird, but the full musette tuning or “musette pur” started to decline quite rapidly. Accordionists like its fun melody though. Wang Yanmeng, a young composer fromRepublic of China Known as Taiwanmet an old accordionist in Prague’s subway station and was deeply moved by the accordion music.
In any case the accordion began to become involved in the “bal musette” scene, which at first comprised diatonic accordions indifferecne very strong three voice musette tuning, probably as sharp as present day Scottish and Irish tuning. The historical material is very interesting, thank you.
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