Absolutely French CD Cover

BCD003: Absolutely French
Absolutely French CD Cover
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Biography
Tracks:
Under Paris Skies Giraud
Milord Moustaki/Monnot
La Vie En Rose Louiquy
Poor People of Paris Monnot
Where Is Your Heart Aurec
Hymn To Love Constantine
Pearles De Crystal Constantine
L'Accordioniste Emer
Beyond The Sea Constantine
C'Estmagnifique Cole Porter
Padam Padam Glanzberg/Contet
Mon Dieu Dumont/Vaucaire
Bourasque Peguri Michel
Domino Ferrari
C'Est Si Bon Betti
I Love Paris Cole Porter
Chanson D'Amour Shanklin
Under The Bridges Of Paris Scutto/Cochran
Autumn Leaves Kosma
Reine De Musette Payronnin J.
No Regrets Dumont
Sound Samples:       
Piece
Time
.mp3 file
Under Paris Skies
20s
Milord
20s
La Vie En Rose
20s
Poor People of Paris
20s
Where Is Your Heart
20s
Hymn To Love
20s
Pearles De Crystal
20s
L'Accordioniste
20s
Beyond The Sea
20s
C'Estmagnifique
20s
Padam Padam
20s
Mon Dieu
20s
Bourasque
20s
Domino
20s
C'Est Si Bon
20s
I Love Paris
20s
Chanson D'Amour
20s
Under The Bridges Of Paris
20s
Autumn Leaves
20s
Reine De Musette
20s
No Regrets
20s
Description:
The first accordion with piano keyboard was invented by the Frenchman, Bouton, in Paris in 1852. The insturment used by Bernadette for this recording, is an Italian made Piatanesi musette tuned accordion, fitted with midi sensors, which enable Bernadette to combine the original musette sounds with the latest technology. This combination, utilising the best of the old acoustic, with modern electronics, allows Bernadette to produce a really sensational sound.

 She also produce the sounds of a complete orchestra, combined with a Musette accordion, all at once, to produce the ultimate in sounds. The Musette sounds of France originated from bagpipes, which were brought to Paris by settlers from Auvergne, who were forced to move by the Industrial Revolution, in order to gain work. As time went by, the accordion became more popular with the upper classes and was accepted into the dance halls, restaurants, street parties and in fact all forms of Paris entertainment. At the end of the 19th century it had become entrenched in French culture.

The Musette became extremely popular in the first half of the 20th century, and no French music was considered complete without the musette accordion. Bernadette Conlon ancestors include a great grand aunt of French origin.

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