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John Fabac replied to Kay Hickman's discussion Diatonics YES! in the group button accordion - diatonic
"Thanks for your comments Kay.  What a great story.  How intrepid you were to commit to learning an instrument so different from the piano.  It's encouraging to find out that with your prior musical experience you decided to learn…"
Mar 16, 2014
John Fabac replied to Kay Hickman's discussion Diatonics YES! in the group button accordion - diatonic
"Kay, thanks for your post.  I'd be interested finding out about some of European Folk tunes you have learned to play and what on-line resources you might have used.  You are probably familiar with these sites, I have found them to be…"
Mar 14, 2014
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John Fabac commented on Daniel Kott's group button accordion - diatonic
"Moved from Cajun box to a 2-row G/C. Would like to connect to other 2-row players interested in Folk, French Cafe, or Slavic tunes."
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what instrument do you play?
button box
If you play an accordion, what tyoe?
cajun button box; moving to a 2 row Saltarelle G/C

Allowed myself to be seduced by the Cajun accordion in a bar 5 years ago.  Didn't matter that I had never played an instrument before, I had to give it a try.  I suffered for a long time but did learn a number of tunes.  Great fun. Recently I made the move to a 2 row in G/C in order to play some of the tunes I was exposed to in my university years.  I especially like the old French cafe idiom.  Would appreciate contact with anyone with similar interests.

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