Stephen wrote:CBA unisonoric bellows movements however are very different to bisonoric melodeon dancing tunes.
I assume he would include diatonic boxes in the statement too!TomBR wrote:I don't want to restart the PA vs CBA debate that's been run so often in this forum and I'm certainly not trying to persuade anyone else to change, but I thought some observations at this stage might be of some interest.
Stephen wrote:You are right about the fun a DIY learner can have in "hors piste" playing techniques.
Breaking the rules is normal practice in Music and art. It pleases the Muses.
Mozart was known for his wild piano playing and improvisations, breaking and thus creating new harmony and style.
CBA unisonoric bellows movements however are very different to bisonoric melodeon dancing tunes.
You can try to imitate that dance like character, but CBA is more fluid and legato intended. That is the historic evolution of the accordion adapted to classical music.
Anyhow CBA sets you free from a strict diatonic genre.
These are all factors to be analysed before making the choice.
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