Miserlou - Dance of the fishermens' wives

Accordeon Melancolique

Miserlou - Dance of the fishermens' wives
Performed By Accordeon Melancolique
Album UPC 8711799011192
CD Baby Track ID 2964998
Label Sterkenburg Records / Stam 001
Released 1998-01-01
BPM 141
Rated 0
ISRC NLC369800016
Year 1998
Spotify Plays 7,060
Writers
Writer traditional
Pub Co Public Domain
Composer Traditional
ClearanceFacebook Sync License,Traditional Sync,YouTube Sync ServiceEasy Clear
Rights Controlled Master
Rights Easy Clear: Cover Master
Original/Cover/Public Domain original
Country Netherlands

Description

Just two accordions. French musette, Greek folk, Italian, Latin salsa and original compositions. A wealth of warmth and hidden silence. gratefully ready, to be welcomed into your heart.

Notes

That special feeling of intimacy. ACCORDIONS WORLDWIDE.

Less is more and this is so much more.. THE FREE REED REVIEW, USA

Excellent technique, confident style. DIRTY LINEN (Magazine of folk and world music). U.S.A.

They certainly promote the accordion with this CD!!! NL-Groovemaster

It is ........ just so beautiful. Yaron Hallis' radio show Sidney in Australia

I must admit that I have never heard such a touching accordion recording. OTTAWA FOLKLORE CENTRE, Canada.

Beautifully and in a special way. HANURI, Finland.

Find solace in the accordion. Dagens Nyheter, Sweden.

Number 1 in the Swedish accordion top ten of 1999 DRAGSPELS NYTT. Sweden.


Drawing on European and South American music, the duo Accordéon Mélancolique offers a disc that lives up to their name. The emphasis is on melody in both cover and original tunes for accordion, and the style is strongly European/Gypsy/jazz rooted. Their technique is excellent, their style confident. It's a worthy exploration of new music for this often underrated instrument. Kerry Dexter, DIRTY LINEN (Magazine of folk and world music). April/May '99 U.S.A

Sheetmusic available at the artists website.

Number 1 in the Swedish accordion top ten of 1999.
A delicate form of music with something chamberish about it. What impressed me most was how frugal they were with the superb technique they both have. Instead you tend to focus on the dynamics of the melody and the integrated "music-lyrics" of the playlist. To be able to hear La Vie en Rose, Adeus, and the El Choclo and Uno tangos as wordless ballads is a comfort to ears tormented by today’s music. This musical couple enables the listener to enjoy the subtle structure of these melodies. The rest of the titles are of the same high quality. Whatever instrument you play, or to whatever extent you are occupied with music, this recording has something to teach you. (Translation Bromiley)

The CD is chosen as number one in this magazine’s top ten of 1999. ****=perfect. Beng Nyquist. Dragspels nytt. (Accordion news) No. 1, volume 31, 1999 Sweden.

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