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La malle aux accordeons

Songs of the Seas and Sailors Vol. 4 View larger

Songs of the Seas and Sailors Vol. 4

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All standards for diatonic accordion related to the sea and sailors, and other lesser known songs too.

Printed in landscape format on recycled paper and embellished with photos and sayings about the sea. You will also find in each collection a cooking recipe, related to the subject... and of course, the lyrics of the songs (see details below) !
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The pieces are classified into three levels of difficulty (easy / medium / difficult).

The accompanying CD is composed of two versions of each piece, one at normal speed with a diatonic accordion in different keys and other instruments, the other for practice, at slow speed on an accordion alone in G/C. Inseparable tablature booklet and CD.

The notation is made for an accordion in G/C (G / C) but works for all keys. It is enough to consider that one plays in G/DO and to follow the diagram of the keyboards (principle of the relative solmization).

Contents volume 4: We are sailors, The sailor's farewell, The frigate "La Denoé", Love like the sea, The wandering sailor, The leaving of Liverpool, The corsair of Saint-Malo, Peter Bogen, The roses of 'Ouessant, Brothers of the port, In the city of Nantes, It was three little sailors, They are the girls of La Rochelle, Peter's polka, Canoe of bark which flies, At the caboulot the guys, In Lorient arrived, Come on guys, Farewell to the bamboche, The boat with thirty sailors.

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