This method is more particularly adapted to those who are beginners of the instrument, or who wish to go over the basics again, especially the coordination of the hands.
The exercises and illustrations are written for the G/C diatonic accordion, 2 rows 8 basses, standard model, a G# being recommended. Nevertheless, if you own an instrument in a different key, you will be able to follow the method either by using the tablature or by transposing the pieces.
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|Title||Diatonic accordion method vol. 1|
|Format||booklet + 2 accompagnying CDs to download.|
|Language||text in French & English.|
Contents : - Playing position and note-range
- Scores and tablatures
- Progressive familiarisation with the reading of the staff
- Exercises and illustrations on a traditional repertoire and pedagogical compositions
- Progression and classification depending on rhythms (duple time, triple time, simple and compound rhythms)
- Use of the air button
- Major scales, natural minor scales
- Use of bass buttons
- Push-pull method and crossing-row method
"A good theoretical basis, a well thought over progression, details that are found rarely elsewhere. To hear him play renders the method very accessible and even exercises are swinging. They have the ambition to get you there."
Jean-Pierre YVERT - Trad Magazine
This method exists for the blind, it has been translated into Braille by Louis Jehanno, and is available at the following address:
103 rue du Commandant Gâté
Phone: +33 (0)24 535 431
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