CAJUN ACCORDION DISCUSSION GROUP
Is there an accepted coding system for multi-row diatonic tablature?
Maybe something like:
1.3 - 1st row, 3rd button, push.
1.3' - 1st row, 3rd button, pull.
Over here ( in the Netherlands) are a few coding systems.
the first and third link show a two row system,
the second link shows a one row system.
there is an other one, but i`ve never seen that
the C F two row is the most played over here, the fifth reed on the inner row is turned over, so you have a smooth walk when you play both rows.
I'm assuming the "New Iberian Polka" has little to do with New Iberia, LA.
Ah, ok. I didn't actually look at the document. The "Iberian" part threw me, as in "of Spain".
The name as listed on Neil's site, is "The New Iberia Polka".
How do you distinguish a push from a pull with that tablature? By looking at the left hand side?
well, tab just drives me wiggy, but I think I need help for multi-row when I don't have a video to look at.
No, sorry, I haven't. I have to be "in the mood" for a certain song.
A couple of times, in jams I organize, someone comes of with the idea that everyone learn the same core set of songs. Never works. People have to be moved by a song to learn it, and their fingers have to be ready. Eventually, people's repertoires overlap enough that it starts working.