Don't be sad (bandoneon add)

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Wonderful track from jamlady. Played on a bandoneon build in 1898 in Bremen with only 100 tones (instead of 142 tones of a tango bandoneon) and with only one reed per tone (instead of 2 reeds in octave tuning). Thinking about this and listening to the track - maybe it sounds a little bit like a melodica but not so plastic :-)
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boah, wie toll !!! was du für interessante Instrumente hast ...+1
March 30 2015 21:59:50
bleymehl Danke Akchen! +0
Very cool, fascinating sound+1
March 30 2015 22:33:16
bleymehl Thank you! +1
welch super Idee!+1
March 30 2015 22:33:40
bleymehl Ist aber auch ein wunderschöner Track von Dir, jamlady! +1
schön mal wieder (d)ein Bandoneon zu hören! Schön wie die Melodien in Jamladys Track eingeflochten sind. Tolle Dynamik :)+1
March 30 2015 22:53:07
Pit Brett
bleymehl Danke Pit. Es macht aber auch ein Spaß hier bei wikiloops 😀! +1
March 30 2015 22:54:29
Pit Brett
Pit Brett so soll es sein :) +1
hört sich gut an, Bandonion, ist das sowas wie ein knopfakordion?+1
March 31 2015 00:08:29
bleymehl In etwa, nur etwas komplizierter :-) Auch auf der Bassseite nur Einzeltöne, das ganze wechseltönig, d.h. bei Zug und Druck gibt es unterschiedliche Töne. Und dann noch ziemlich wahllos angeordnet, nicht so schön strukturiert wie beim Klavier 😀 +0
Great mix on this love it+1
March 31 2015 00:04:45
bleymehl Thank you, Lairdy! +0
Wunderbar einfühlsam gespielt, Jörg. Man hört das Stück mit anderen Ohren, wenn man um die Historie des Instruments weiß und phantasiert beim Hören unvermittelt über die Menschen, die das Bandonion schon in Besitz und gespielt hatten.+1
March 31 2015 09:47:32
bleymehl Danke, Marc! So ein Instrument hat sicherlich schon viel gesehen und miterlebt. +0
very moving piece from you both Jamlady and Bleymehl and how lovely to learn of the history of the instrument too. Fascinating :)+0
March 30 2015 21:55:34
bleymehl Thank you. It's really absolutely fascinating to think about the history of such an old instrument. The bandoneon was a simple mans instrument. The first owner surely played simple folk-songs. It was the time of Americas WWW (wild wild west) AND NO INTERNET ;-( +3
I am missing the chords. liebe Martina+0
and who will give the chords????

for me amateur
April 22 2015 01:05:14
bleymehl Hi Lothar, there exist an free app for iPhone (doesn't an app exist for everything?) called jamn player, which you feed with your songs and it thanks you with the chords...

This lovely app tells me, that the song is in A minor and uses the following chords Am, G, F, C, A

It also shows the chords when playing the song...

Hope, this helps.
April 22 2015 01:10:15
bleymehl Am /G /F /G /Am /G /C /G /F /G /Am /A /Am /G /F /G /Am/G /F /G /A /G /F /G /Am /G /F /G /Am /G /F /Am /G /F /G /Am ...

Hoffentlich stimmt das auch :-)
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