Does anyone have any tabs they could possibly email me? I’ve only got the ones from Larry Millers book. It could be for any songs, really doesn’t matter at this point. Just trying to increase my unrefined skill set :) I need to get it harnessed and headed in the right direction.
Look at link #2.
I put some tabs on internet and maybe you can use it :-)
Go with your mouse to Cajun Accordion and you see three choices.
I hope that works for you.
I know that not everybody here like the use of TABS, but it helps me a lot.
I use it because of my old memory :wink:
I also use the tabs of Allie Young which were included with a LP he made in the past :-)
It's just a way to know what butttons and bellowdirection you have to do.
To play Cajun music in the way it is played by i.e. the old or new masters, you need to listen as much as possible to the original recordings.
I see them, Thanks! I’m going to start working on them.
Try this link : http://www.accordeonsericmartin.com/
That's great Marc and thanks for it.
I know the book and the website, but never saw the Tabledit option.
I made about 30 TEF-files and put them on the Freetabs-website.
Do you come to Saint-Sernin du bois next week ?
Saw the two songs he has up. Any idea what the P and T mean?
Nevermind the french word for pull is tirer!
In Louisiana, a lot of people say "haler (dessus) l'accordéon" instead of "tirer"
In French, P=push and T=pull
Yes Ron, I’ll come to St Sernin
Great Marc, see you there :-)
Thank you Marc and Ted