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.
2 lovely waltzes written by American musician Larry Unger, played on a Castagnari Giasco in D/G by Clive Williams. Melodeon.net Theme of the Month for August 2012, Waltzes
Written by fellow melodeon.net member Jack Humphries, a lovely waltz, here played on a Castagnari Mory melodeon in D/G
For Melodeon.net’s Theme of the Month June 2012, “Write a Tune”, here’s a little waltz played on a Hohner Preciosa Bb/Eb, helped with a little Garageband backing 🙂 Written on 2nd June 2012, which was of course the date of the Queen’s diamond jubilee.
A slightly different take on Jean Blanchard’s tune ‘La Roulante’ (also known as the LNB Polka); played as a Parisian-style Waltz (ish). Played on a Hohner Preciosa in Bb/Eb.
Melodeon.net’s tune of the month for April 2011.
A waltz from Scotland, written by Ian Lowthian (www.ianlowthian.co.uk), simply called Emma. One of the most beautiful waltzes I know.
Played on a Hohner Preciosa in Bb/Eb by Clive Williams.
Part of melodeon.net’s Theme of the Month for March 2011, “Tunes from Scotland”.