Stephen wrote:if you mean by idiomatic and non-idiomatic the specific bellows changing of the bisonoric melodeon dance style music of the irish traditional music, then all PA and CBA players will be excluded by your definition.
Because PA is as unisonoric as CBA.
Stephen wrote:In my view all systems can play some Irish trad music, PA, CBA, melodeons, concertinas, but bisonoric accordions have to change bellows direction making at a favorit instrument with folk music dancers.
The violinists likewise have to change bow direction all the time. Rhythm guitarists change upbeat and downbeat finger/plectrum strokes.
Stephen wrote:The question is, if Alan Kelly was playing on his own, solo, would he have the "correct" idiomatic playing style? Because I see in the video much of the rhythm bounce is made by aid of the violinist and guitarist, who make the bidirectional changes.
So this video gives a false idea of an idiomatic correct style.
It would be a better comparison if Alan Kelly were to play on his own in a reel, like Tom Hardaker on the CBA:
Stephen wrote:The definition of idiomatic needs to be refined, if used for comparison.
Stephen wrote:Didn't I just do that? Posting a link to ITM music on the CBA?
Here it is again:
"It would be a better comparison if Alan Kelly were to play on his own in a reel, like Tom Hardaker on the CBA:
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