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The best pur musette player was Emile Prud’homme, a native of Gennevilliers, on the outskirts of Paris.

Indifférence (Valse)

It also has lyrics for singer, check here. It is an easy song for accordionists to play. I had never heard of Gus Viseur, Tony Murena, Emile Carrara, and the other “swing” type players, until I discovered cassettes with their musehte on them. It was by studying those videos that I realised Mr Ferrero’s method was ideal if you were going to play classical music, but if you were going to play musette you had to learn to keep the thumb and pinky off the treble buttons, and only use them if there was inndifference other option.

They tended to remain in family groups in Paris, and a feature of their leisure activities was to attend dances in what indiffeeence named “bals musette”. Performed by Wang Yi and her friend.

The musette is actually a type of bagpipe used in French folk music, and is a term also used in the French language to mjsette to a small rucksack, usually worn by military personnel. I remember reading Ferrero’s method book and his rebuke about the musethe row. I have watched a video of the revered French accordionist and teacher, Armand Lassagne, chastise a pupil for not using his thumb on the outside row to achieve the best fingering position for the next passage.


It was a diatonic, and what he learned on that proved to be invaluable to his later CBA playing. 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.

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 calse present day Scottish and Irish tuning.

I like Gus Viseur, which I think has to do with touch, timing, little variations in loudness, a moody feel with a bit of cheekiness thrown in No registered users and 0 guests. A very pleasant guy, but he had an awkward style that was difficult to copy. Board index Contact us. They loved to give it big licks on stage and you always kept listening in case they made a mistake.

I switched to the Ferrero method and immediately discovered that I had better accuracy. Wish him a bright future! In the days before electric amplification the dancers were dependent on the accordion and drums, if there were any, in order to keep time.

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He was indifferenec tunes like Bourrasque and altering the whole concept of anything I had heard before. This has a Stradella bass. Tony Murena, Italian by birth, was a pioneer of electronic amplification. It seemed to be the case, much like an electric guitar, that your mistakes were amplified. The two biggest exponents of accordion “pop” were Andre Verchuren, born in Picardy of Belgian parents, and Aimable, a “Ch’ti” from a village near Valenciennes.

Curiously, though urged to modernise by colleagues he never really switched to CBA preferring the Mixte system.

I love listening to Jo Privat, Gus Visieur and Tony Murena, but it’s good to hear about other French accordion players from that period. Indifference is a tune that was made for the ad-libbers amongst us. What makes one performance or performer stand out over another?


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On that score I think she may have been correct. One thing I didn’t like about him was the banter call outs to the musete before certain pieces, and also when he sang. His method concentrated on making the pinky as strong as the other playing fingers, and teachers of the system adhered rigidly to his beliefs.

A diminutive little lady with great technique, but IMHO she played everything in a manner that did little to inspire. 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. However, we are still in pre-amplification days and a strong musette tuning was to continue for some time. Edouard Duleu, another northerner from Roubaix, with B system and Belgian basses had a fabulous tone, and was one of my earlier influences.

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. They made a fortune out of playing utter rubbish most of the time, but boy could they play those accordions when the fancy took them! When he wrote and performed Indifference it was seen as a significant masterpiece, compared to the run of the mill tunes then being composed by the mainstream bal musette players.

Doesn’t matter what he plays, that dance tempo was rock solid throughout. Jo Morage played a more “music teacher” style and you’ll see his pinky working overtime in this composition by Gus Viseur.