Enki54

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Enki54 posted a request
25/11/2022
Thank you for your research. It is a musette waltz. Here is the YouTube link for listening. Other composer Géo Dujardin



Well musically verses sharing 🎶👍❤

Christmas

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Enki54 posted a score
03/09/2022
details Histoires sans paroles is a television program, created by Solange Peter in 1964, programmed on Sundays at about 11:45 am on the first channel of the ORTF, then on TF1 in the 1970s and 80s, and which presented a selection of burlesque films in black and white from the heroic era of American silent cinema (Harold Lloyd, Harry Langdon, Mack Sennett productions, Snub Pollard, Laurel and Hardy). This short program was sometimes used as an interlude. The program ended in 1986.

The program's theme song made a lasting impression on viewers. Created by Jean Wiéner in 1964, based on an original music by Joseph M. Daly, entitled Chicken Reel (en), its famous conclusion, nicknamed Shave and a Haircut (en), is borrowed from various American popular tunes of the 19th century (source wikipedia)
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Enki54
03/09/2022


Chicken Reel (Jos. M. Daly) - on piano Myriam Boussaboua in 2005.
animdanse88
22/09/2022
Thanks for sharing. I will play it with my accordion with an arrangement.
Enki54 posted a request
16/08/2022
I have been looking in vain for a few years now for this magnificent tango. Who would have it in his archives? It would give me great pleasure to present it to one of my retired accordionist students of Italian origin. It would be his first learning tango. Thank you
Blackburn190550
16/08/2022
Very nice to hear from you - Bravo for your talent!
julo59G
16/08/2022
good evening. I own it and I publish it. Good music
theo
17/08/2022
Hello Julo.
Attention ⚠️ it seems to me that Basile Editions does not allow the deposit of its scores on the site.
julo59G
17/08/2022
ok thanks for the info
emile
20/08/2022

julo59G
21/08/2022
bravo. well done
animdanse88
22/09/2022
Nice accordion and congratulations for your interpretation.
Enki54 posted a request
26/04/2022
This song is performed by Richard Noel on his YouTube channel with his accordion ROLAND FR7. Thank you for your research. Well musically towards you ♪♫♪
yoyodu77
27/04/2022
Enki54
27/04/2022
hello, thank you for your contribution but it is not this composition. The composer is not the same. Greetings, ♪♫♪
yoyodu77
28/04/2022
Hello music as at 3 minutes 25
Enki54
28/04/2022
Hello YoYo77 If you have the score or find it, I'm a taker. Beautiful mazurka especially the second part. Good music to you, ♪♫♪
yoyodu77
28/04/2022
Hello having written to the American musician Youtubeur ...he gave me the link to buy the score ...here is the link make good use ...https://tredwellsmusic.com/lina-mazurka-g-tarantola-arr-pietro-deiro-jr
Enki54 posted a discussion
27/03/2022
Hello dear accordionist friends!
I am currently studying "Fantaisie Musette" a waltz by Jo Privat & André Verchuren. At bars 7 - 15 -26 is indicated an A7# dim. from C# on which chord should I go? I have a 120 bass accordion not equipped with the dim row. Thanks in advance for your help. ♪♫♪
Cindou11
28/03/2022
Hello,
I indicate you a link on which you will have a lot of agreements:
https://www.mon-accordeon.com/faq/045-autres-types-accords-mineurs-majeurs-septieme
Dragonfly1954
28/03/2022
Hello, if I understand correctly, an A# is a Bb. For the 'dim' tuning, a 120 bass accordion would have 6 columns of buttons and the column furthest from the bellows should be the one of the diminished chords? This last one is '7thdim' without the fifth???
BIETRY
29/03/2022
hello, on accordions that have 3 rows of chords the last row on the outside of the body is in fact a diminished fifth. This allows you to play diminished chords. I won't go into the details of the harmony. So to make a diminished chord you just have to play the 7th chord which are one row down. Example to make a diminished C play the F7. For your request of the diminished A sharp (which is equal to Bb) play a button lower or Eb 7th. Or if it is too far for your score any note of the same vertical rank as the Eb, i.e. C7, Eb7, F sharp7 or A7. My explanation is of course only valid on accordions with 3 rows of chords. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Jean-Yves Sixt from Switzerland
pinpin
17/04/2022
You can also add a Lab7 to the F7 It sounds even more "diminished".
Enki54
19/04/2022
thank you I will try and see ♪♫♪ regards
jphf51
06/06/2022
A#7dim = Bb7dim or the notes (harmonically) C#-e-G-sib = buttons together of A7 + C7 or A7 + F#7 depending on the sequences you have to do
Enki54
08/06/2022
Thank you so much, have a great day ♪♫♪ ♥
Enki54 posted a score
12/02/2022
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