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Title: The Rough Guide To Paris Café - France - 2CD

Type
: CD
Label: World music network
Code: RGNET1240
Release date: 2010

Like tango in Buenos Aires or rebetika in Athens, Parisian bal musette is an urban musical style born in the early twentieth century from a melting pot of cultures. At the time, café-charbons of the Bastille area were owned by people from the Auvergne, a mountainous region in central France. There, in courtyards, people danced the emblematic bourrée to the sound of the cabrette (also called musette), the Auvergnat small-pipe. The Gare de Lyon train station, leading to Italy, was not far away, and many migrants from the other side of the Alps settled in the area, bringing with them their accordions. They started playing alongside small-pipe players, eventually replacing them. A new music was born, which kept the name musette or bal musette. The rest is history: the accordion soon became the symbol of Paris!

The first musette accordionists of the 1920s and early 1930s made people dance in the shady dance halls of the Bastille area. They imposed a new repertoire: the valse musette (waltz), the java (derived from the mazurka) and the foxtrot amongst other styles. Alongside the accordion, a typical bal musette orchestra often included the banjo (sometimes played by a Gypsy musician) and the jâze (drums, from the American word ‘jazz’). Big names of this era include Emile Vacher (1883–1969), often credited as the real inventor of themusette style, the Péguri brothers (Charles Péguri was one of the first accordionists to play alongside acabrette player, who happened to be his own father-in-law, Antoine Bouscatel) and Henri Momboisse (1889–1960).

Titles

 

CD1
David Rivière: Glissade
Jamait: Le Coquelicot
Angelo Debarre & Ludovic Beier: I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight
André Minvielle: Flambée Montalbanaise
Ludovic Beier Quartet: Waltz In Paris
Michele Bernard: Boyaux De Paris
Marcel Azzola & Didi Duprat: Rue De La Chine
Beltuner: Kif (feat Mustapha MB)
Trio Dca: Polka À Alfred Mouret
Francis Lemarque: Rue De Lappe
Henri Momboisse: Impression
Joseph Colombo Du Bal Tabarin Et Son Ensemble: Germaine
La Chiffonie: De Place En Place
Armand Lassagne: Le Tournis
Damia: La Guinguette A Fermé Ses Volets
Jean Gabin: Quand On Se Promène Au Bord De L'eau
Jean Peyronnin, A. Tedeschi Et Leur Célèbre Orchestre Musette: Accordéonette
Ukulele Club De Paris: Java Javanaise
Les Primitifs Du Futur: Fox Musette
Novelty Fox: Slalom À La Croix Fry

CD2 Bonus Disc by Beltuner

1.No Comment
2.No Comment (Original)
3.Sa Préférée
4.Improbable
5.Virevolte
6.Rumsteck
7.Gnossienne n°1
8.Beltuner en Jamaïque
9.Tikni Chaj
10.De Rien
11.Minuit 2
12.Les Violons De Guinguois
13.Beltuner toujours en Jamaïque
14.Intro Opus 7
15.Troubles Faits
16.Enzo
17.Valse opus 8 n°3
18.Améthyste n°2
19.Beltuner à Auber
20.Constantine Connection
21.Kif
22.Swing 124
23.Dépression au Dessus du Jardin
24.Décidément

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