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The method of Stéphane Milleret and Norbert Pignol is a reference in diatonic accordion.
This method is more particularly suitable for all those who are new to the instrument, or who wish to find the basics, in particular with regard to the delateralization of the hands.
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The exercises and applications are written for G/C diatonic accordion, 2 rows 8 bass standard model with G# recommended.
Nevertheless, the student who has an instrument in a different key will be able to follow the progression, either on tablature, or in transposed reading.
“Good theoretical foundations, a well-thought-out progression, details that are rarely found elsewhere. Hearing the game humanizes the whole thing, and even the exercises begin to sound. The ambition to take you far. »
Jean-Pierre YVERT - Trad Magazine
“Accompanied by CDs, these important booklets dissect on the basis of selected tunes the multiple ways of discovering the rich possibilities often ignored by diato. In this third volume, we discuss in detail the composed basses, notions of ornamentation, "the flowers" (as an old accordionist from Auvergne liked to say). Then, even more technically, you will go straight into the asymmetrical measures, the blues scale. (...). It is all the same admirable to note that today, the diatonic has a real vitality with its schools, its styles and its masters. Thanks to the three books published by MusTraDem, whatever your choice of keyboard, you have your work cut out for you. »
Henri Cordier - Accordion & Accordionists
Language: bilingual method (English French)
Format: 1 book + 2 accompanying CDs to download.
Year of publication: 1995
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