Check out Indifférence (Valse Musette) by Delphine Lemoine on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on 2 showing no care or concern in attitude or action; “indifferent to the sufferings of others”; “indifferent to her “Indifference ” a song in the Valse Musette style. Скачать mp3: “Indifference” Valse Musette, Accordion Solo on the Roland FR 1 . Reine de Walc Musette/French cafe music – Accordion/Akordeon. Все MP3.

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Can be accordion solo or with band. I had to learn to get my hand moving on that keyboard and not rely on my thumb as a saviour when things got tricky. It is probably the most famouse French chanson worldwidely represents Musette style. A very pleasant guy, but he had an awkward style that was difficult to copy. I’m going to start looking around for more CDs to add to my collection! This has a Stradella bass. With a 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 thumbs on technique is superior to the guys who do without it.

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. Romantice feeling automatically comes out from movements of reeds.

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

To sum up, I much prefer listening to players that are a bit rough around the edges like Jacky Noguez and his brother Claude Nouyes.

They tended to remain in family groups in Paris, and a feature of their leisure activities was to attend dances in what were named “bals musette”. I’ll try to answer your question about what I think constitutes a good performance, naming players and my reasons for liking them.


Jo Privat has to be one of the best things that ever happened to the French accordion. 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 accordion used to play it.

A very impressive piece composed in French Musette style by Tan Jialiang, a renowned young generation Chinese accordionist the Winner of Primus Ikaalinen On that score I think she may have been correct. Some tunes I can play with relative ease, and there are other “bogey” tunes that have haunted me since day one, with often a single bar causing the problem.

Sous Le Ciel De Paris. 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. 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.

When I first started out it was all pure musette stuff I listened to. I used to subscribe to a French accordion magazine and in an article about Gus Viseur they described his style as very unorthodox.

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Jo Morage played a more “music teacher” style and you’ll see his pinky working overtime in this composition by Gus Viseur. Realistic love song recounting the day without a girl to a seductive, lyrics by Leo Agel and the music of Emile Indifferejce on a rhythm of waltz. The secret was out! Nevertheless I have played for a very long time, so feel qualified to comment.

Valse Musette style composition of the French musician Maurice. He also damned those who used their right thumbs on the treble side saying that they would not achieve such a good technique. In any case the accordion began to become involved in the “bal musette” scene, which at first comprised diatonic accordions with very strong three voice musette tuning, probably as sharp as present day Scottish and Irish tuning.

Many people would disagree with me, but that’s my opinion. Edouard Duleu, another northerner from Roubaix, with B system and Belgian basses had a fabulous tone, and was one of my earlier influences.


The results were often rather weird, but the full musette tuning or “musette pur” started to decline quite rapidly.

The first time I heard Gus Viseur playing I couldn’t believe it. I switched to the Ferrero method and immediately discovered that I had better accuracy.

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Just get your accordion, listen to a few versions, and play the tune however you want it to sound. From his ornamentation, students more knowledgeable than me reckon Vacher played the second type. He mudette a CD of his original accordion music and this is the most well known one from his selection.

I think I may have the answer.

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Both of them had individual styles and sounds that nobody else has been able to replicate since. It seems that players who have gone to a teacher are taught to play and read in fairly strict tempo. Accordion players love this song so much, and there are many versions. However, these days following a hand injury and slight loss of flexibility, I’m finding that my thumb is coming more and more back into use. When 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.

Great for the development and promotion of the instrument, but when it was time for these youngsters to branch out few of them made the big time, as nobody wanted mere facsimiles of “Momo” Players like Andre Astier, Joss Baselli, Louis Corchia, Louis Ledrich, and other big names that are far too numerous to list here have obviously proved their mettle, but I wouldn’t go falling over looking for their CDs.

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.