Play Accordion Vol.1 Bk-Cd - Peter Michael Haas

The new way to learn how to play the accordion / english

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Haas Play Accordion Vol.1 Bk-Cd (The new way to learn how to play the accordion) (english)
Haas Play Accordion Vol.1 Bk-Cd (The new way to learn how to play the accordion) (english)

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Includes musette, jazz, Yiddish music, klezmer and folklore from all over the world. The method systematically proceeds from your first notes to you having full command of the complete standard bass and button fields on a 48 bass accordion. Mini improvisations and listening quizzes round out the concept.

Content

  • Preface by Lydie Auvray
  • Thanks
  • Foreword
  • CD-Index
  • What size accordion is best for me?
  • Chapter 1
  • Getting to know the accordion
  • Fastening the instrument
  • The bellow release button
  • The bass tone C
  • The bass tone C – short notes
  • Notation for fingering
  • The bass tone C and its neighbors
  • The bass tones and their corresponding major chords
  • Alternating between bass tones and chords
  • How to hold the accordion
  • The first accompaniments
  • L’Aventure
  • The very first waltz
  • A circus march
  • Finding orientation on the keys
  • The registers
  • Keys and pitch names – “white keys”
  • The staff
  • The notes in the treble clef
  • The very first waltz
  • The measure and the rhythmic Values
  • L’Aventure
  • A circus march
  • Legato and staccato
  • Little legato exercise
  • Melodies that everyone knows – 1
  • I’d like to have a little violin
  • Someone fell into the well
  • Hansel and Gretel
  • Jingle Bells
  • Dynamics
  • Loud and soft
  • A sentimental ballad floats over the courtyard
  • Squirrel’s evening song
  • Some gymnastics for the fingers
  • Hearing quiz: intervals
  • Right and left hand together
  • L’Aventure – second version
  • A sentimental ballade floats by again
  • The very first waltz – second version
  • A little barrel organ melody
  • The very first waltz – third version
  • Now the barrel organ gets going
  • L’Aventure – third version
  • Melodies that everyone knows – 2
  • I’d like to have a little violin
  • Hansel and Gretel
  • Jingle Bells
  • Handling the bellows
  • L’Aventure
  • Chapter 2
  • New keys and new buttons
  • New keys and notes for the right hand
  • The D major chord
  • The circus march in G major
  • Things worth knowing about registers
  • Squirrel’s evening song – second version
  • New key position and new chord buttons
  • A new position for the right hand
  • The minor chords
  • L’Aventure in D minor
  • The left hand learns to spring
  • Hearing quiz: D minor
  • A new symbol: the quarter rest
  • A waltz in D minor
  • Montmartre
  • Keys and pitch names – “black keys”
  • Whole and half steps
  • Sharps and naturals
  • The flat
  • Naming the notes
  • Key signatures
  • Seventh chords
  • Exercises for the left hand
  • La Petite
  • New finger position
  • Song for Theo
  • Hearing quiz: C major and C minor
  • New techniques for the right hand
  • Changing positions
  • A clown unpacks his suitcase
  • The half rest
  • When sailors sway to and fro
  • New melody range for the right hand
  • New bass buttons – the E row
  • An afternoon on the Quai d’Orsay
  • Things worth knowing about the insides of an accordion
  • Going home in the evening
  • Fingering: how to use the thumb
  • The repeat symbol
  • Autumn wind
  • Changing positions – 2
  • The carousel
  • An unusual position for the right hand
  • “Guinness” – Melody from Ireland
  • Listen: five notes in C major which you already know
  • Fingering – crossing under and over
  • Going up and down the scale
  • The A minor scale
  • Ballad for Micha – up and down in A minor
  • Accidentals
  • Key signatures
  • 5 tones and a chord
  • Eighth notes – more notes for each beat
  • Tic Tac – for the right hand alone
  • Tic Tac – with a simplified left hand
  • Tic Tac – final version
  • The buggy rolls through the countryside
  • The carousel – second version, a little faster!
  • The dotted quarter note or the 3/8 note
  • Paris-Moscow Waltz: does it sound Russian or French?
  • Melodies that everyone knows – 3
  • Jingle Bells
  • Sur le pont d’Avignon
  • Kalinka
  • Accompanying with chord symbols
  • A waltz for inspector Maigret
  • Finger training for the right hand
  • Grace notes: a little ornamentation
  • Barrel organ piece
  • Things worth knowing about the history of the accordion
  • Position of the right hand
  • Stout beer: Melody from Ireland
  • New positions and bass buttons
  • New positions and bass buttons – the B and E rows
  • Fingering – silent change
  • From A minor to F minor and back
  • Transposing a melody
  • A waltz for inspector Maigret – now in C minor
  • Some words about improvising and chords
  • Improv No. 1
  • Improv No. 2
  • Improv No. 3
  • A theme and an “accordion solo”
  • Constructing triad chords on your own
  • Chapter 3
  • Notes for the left hand
  • The notes in the bass clef and their importance in playing the accordion
  • A small reading exercise – the very first waltz
  • The eighth rest
  • Tango fever in A minor
  • A little klezmer melody
  • The alternate bass – more variety with a new bass technique
  • Alternate bass fingering for major chords
  • Circus march with alternate bass
  • Miniature Csárdás
  • Alternate bass fingering for seventh chords
  • When sailors sway to and fro - with alternate bass
  • Alternate bass fingering for minor chords
  • Montmartre
  • Exercise in fingering 4-note chords
  • Things worth knowing about Yiddish songs and klezmer music
  • Shalom Aleichem
  • Bigger leaps for the left hand
  • Night show ‘29
  • The 6/8 bar
  • Playing two notes at once
  • Amore mio … on the beach of the Grand Canal
  • Exercise for the left hand
  • A sentimental ballad floats over the courtyard
  • Notation for dynamics
  • New positions for the right hand
  • Two melodies together in one staff
  • Lydie
  • Accompaniment for “Yolanda’s Peasant Dance”
  • Hand positions for “Yolanda’s Peasant Dance”
  • Yolanda’s Peasant Dance
  • Changing positions in the right hand
  • Musette waltz in C major
  • D’accord!
  • Things worth knowing about chanson and musette
  • Melodies for the bass
  • Chant
  • Fingering exercises
  • Day by day blues
  • The counter basses
  • Counter basses and major chords
  • Someone fell into the well
  • Stepping up and down the scale
  • A ball in old Berlin
  • Caribbean joke
  • Rock the boogie!!!
  • Triplets
  • Tic Tac Three
  • Mango Tango
  • More about chords:
  • 1. An extension of “D’accord!”
  • 2. Accompanying with chords for “D’accord!”
  • 3. Triads and their inversions
  • 4. Getting to know the hand positions for the inversions
  • The seventh chord in the right hand
  • 5. New fingerings for “D’accord!”
  • 6. Connecting chordal inversions
  • Chapter 4
  • Getting to know the keys and key signatures
  • The order of the keys
  • G major and E minor
  • Sol Majeur
  • Musette 1001
  • Irish ballad
  • D major and B minor
  • Up and down the scale in D major
  • New navigation symbols: “Segno” and “Coda”
  • Viene la noche en Buenos Aires
  • New button rows – B and F
  • Mon amant de St. Jean
  • C major and A minor
  • … and again a big leap
  • Hit the road, Joe!
  • Things worth knowing about Argentinian tango
  • The “Guinness” Jig
  • Diminished chords
  • Chords with foreign bass tones
  • Choral for Johann Sebastian
  • F major and D minor
  • Dandy’s Swing
  • Tumbalalayka
  • The buggy rolls through the countryside
  • B major and G minor
  • A waltz for the B major scale
  • Hava Nagila
  • … and again a big leap
  • Triads in the right hand
  • Moscow nights
  • E major and C minor
  • Up and down the scale in E major
  • The minstrel’s buggy rolls into the next village
  • Sixteenth notes
  • Footsteps from Bratzlaw
  • Autumn Bird
  • Greetings from Romania
  • Musette 2001
  • Ways of notating accordion music
  • Index

Productdetail

Composer(s):

Publisher(s):

Publishernumber:

AMAV610252E

Instrument(s):

ISBN:

4018262202526

9783899221602

Number:

924684

Overige informatie:

english

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