Melodeon.net’s tune of the month for May 2014; tunes played on a toy melodeon (these things cost about £15-£20 from ebay). Add a backing track from chordbot and a foot percussion section, and a bit of reverb and off we go!
Category: Hero Toy Accordion
Here’s Anahata’s great tune he wrote for melodeon.net’s write a tune theme, the Orangeville Reel, a tune written in the canadian style, and ideally suited for a one row melodeon. It also fits quite nicely on a 7 key chinese toy melodeon that I got for John and Scott (my 5 and 4 year olds) recently, so I thought I’d give it a go, and see what these little melodeons can do. Quite a lot apparently, but it’s hard work! I’ve added a piano backing via chordbot on my iphone, blanked out one of the reed banks inside the melodeon, and added (a lot) of reverb. Voila. Part of melodeon.net’s July 2012 theme of the month, play another melnet user’s tune. Sorry Anahata, but it had to be done, and I do like your version of Serpentina on a similar toy melodeon!