Melodeon.net’s tune of the month for June 2020 is Tor Albrigtsen’s waltz; here played on a dry tuned 1920’s Hohner in G/C. It seems nicely suited to the tune I think
Category: Hohner 1920s Model
A mazurka written by Gregory Jolivet of Blowzabella, and learned from their latest album “Two Score”. Fits on melodeon really quite nicely, needing a small accidental note at the end of the B music, but that’s about it.
Melodeon.net’s theme of the month is mazurkas; this video is part of that. Played on a restored 1920’s Hohner in G/C
Another version of this, played as part of Melodeon.net’s tune of the month for November 2014. This time, it’s played on a Hohner 1920’s model in G/C (and played in C). This great mazurka was written by Maxou Heintzen of course.
A great tune written and played by Naragonia; a 5/4 waltz commonly played in F; here played in C on a Hohner G/C melodeon.
Jean Drejac’s 1950’s parisian waltz, immortalised (in the melodeon world anyway) by Tony Hall as ‘Banks of the Seine’. Played on a G/C 1920’s Hohner; part of melodeon.net tune of the month for September 2013.
An irresistably catchy tune from Poitou France, learned from the playing of Benoit Guerbigny; part of Melodeon.net Theme of the Month for July 2013.