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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! Many people would disagree with me, but that’s my opinion. 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.
Here’s a link to one guy you’ve probably never heard of, but he nevertheless wrote a tune named “Orly”a waltz that made it into the Paul Beuscher Musette music book Vol 3 I think. I’ll try to answer your question about what I think constitutes a good performance, naming players and my reasons for liking them.
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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. After one or two false starts I decided that Ferrero’s method was the best, although it took a long time compared to the other methods I tried false were really only intros to CBA.
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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I wanted to ask, what for you makes a great musette performance? I remember reading Ferrero’s method book and his rebuke about the 4th row.
I’m going to start looking around for more CDs to add to my collection! I switched to the Ferrero method and immediately discovered that I had better accuracy. By the end of World War 2 some accordionists had grown tired of the traditional coarse musette accordions and began to specify a drier tuning for their instruments. I love listening to Jo Privat, Gus Visieur and Tony Murena, but it’s good to hear about other French accordion players from that period. The right can be three rows tuned a fourth apart Eg GCF or two like that with the third a semitone away.
The secret was out! 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. It seems that players who have gone to a teacher are taught to play and read in fairly strict tempo. Vslse you are playing a strict tempo Scottish dance tune with the obligatory mega chord intro and exit, or whatever symphony of Beethoven’s you choose to undertake, and you make a mistake, then somebody will surely give you stick for your error.
It is probably the most famouse French chanson worldwidely represents Musette style. Maurice Larcange, one of France’s most famous and also from Valenciennes with his Belgian indifferencw taught a whole battalion of young French players to play exactly like him. Tony Murena, Italian by birth, was a pioneer of electronic amplification. Then, as electronic avlse became available, some of them discarded the musette tuning altogether and played and recorded with single reeds only.
When people from the Auvergne area of France began to settle in Paris in numbers they brought their musette bagpipes with them. His method concentrated on making the pinky as strong as the other playing fingers, and teachers of the system adhered rigidly to his beliefs. Yvette Horner was musetfe darling, except mine. Jo Privat has to be one of the best things that ever happened to the French accordion. Romantice feeling automatically comes out from movements of reeds.
I had never heard of Gus Viseur, Tony Murena, Emile Carrara, and the other muaette type players, until I discovered cassettes with their names on them. What makes one performance or performer stand out over another? This list is based on my personal preferences, and obviously concentrates mainly on the big names. Music Game full rules are on the original first post in its thread 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?
Accordion players love this song so much, and there are many versions. The two biggest exponents of accordion “pop” were Andre Verchuren, born in Picardy of Belgian parents, and Aimable, a “Ch’ti” from a village near Valenciennes. A diminutive little lady with great technique, but IMHO she played everything in a manner that did little to inspire. Great for the development and promotion of the instrument, but when it indifferejce time for these youngsters to branch out few of them made the big time, as nobody wanted mere facsimiles of “Momo” Players inxifference Andre Astier, Joss Baselli, Louis Corchia, Louis Ledrich, and other big names that are far too numerous to list here vales obviously proved their mettle, but I wouldn’t go falling over looking for their CDs.
Accordionists like its fun melody though. Musette is played by various types of accordion, some of which do not have the facility to play the three voice French musette tuning associated with “Paris accordion”. 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.
Sous le ciel de Paris, “under the sky of Paris”, is a French film. No registered users and 0 guests. Valse Musette style composition of the French musician Maurice.
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.