Elsbeth Moser

The Chromatic Button Accordion

C-Keyboard System
A Systematic Approach

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forAccordion
Musical EditionsMusic lesson book
Item no.1668826
Author / ComposerElsbeth Moser
Languageenglish
Scope140 pages; 21 × 29.7 cm
Release year2023
Publisher / ProducerSikorski
Producer No.SIK1600 ENG
ISMN9790003043630

Description

Drawing on her many years of experience as an accordionist and teacher, Elsbeth Moser has produced a basic work for learning to play the button accordion. Moser’s accordion school relates to the C-keyboard button accordion and conveys essential basic knowledge of the instrument leading up to the greater challenges of playing the button accordion.

Content

  •  Introduction – an Approach to Learning the Chromatic Button Accordion

  •  Chapter 1 – The Direction Problem

  •  The Verticals

  •  Exercise 1

  •  Exercise 2

  •  Chapter 2 – The Intervals on the Vertical

  •  2.1 The Minor Third

  •  2.2 The Tritone

  •  2.3 The Major Sixth

  •  2.4 The Octave

  •  Chapter 3 – The Vertical Range Exercises

  •  3.1 Range Exercises with Individual Tones

  •  3.2 Range Exercises with Minor Thirds

  •  3.3 Range Exercises with Tritones

  •  3.4 Range Exercises with Major Sixths

  •  3.5 Range Exercises with Perfect Octaves

  •  3.6 Exercises

  •  Explanation of the Symbols

  •  Chapter 4 – The Chromatics

  •  4.1 The Diagonal and the Direct Path

  •  4.2 The Horizontal and the Indirect Path

  •  4.3 The Bridge

  •  4.4 Range Exercises

  •  4.4.1 Chromatically ascending and descending

  •  4.4.2 Minor Thirds chromatically ascending

  •  4.4.3 Tritones chromatically ascending

  •  4.4.4 Major Sixths chromatically ascending

  •  4.4.5 Perfect Octaves chromatically ascending

  •  4.5 The Linear Chromatic Scale

  •  4.5.1 Exercises, Chromatic In Parallel Motion

  •  4.5.2 Exercises, Chromatic In Contrary Motion

  •  4.6 Simultaneous and Successive Exercises in Identified Intervals

  •  4.6.1 Exercises in Minor Thirds

  •  4.6.2 Exercises in Tritones

  •  4.6.3 Exercises in Major Sixths

  •  4.6.4 Exercises in Perfect Octaves

  •  Chapter 5 – Four Other Intervals that Proceed Outward from C

  •  On the Direct Path from the First Row to the Second Row

  •  Major Third

  •  Perfect Fifth

  •  Minor Seventh

  •  Minor Ninth

  •  Formula 1 (Motto: to find something new, build upon something familiar)

  •  Exercises

  •  1. Vertical Range Exercises, Ascending and Descending

  •  2. Chromatic Range Exercises

  •  3. Interval Exercises – simultaneous chromatics

  •  4. Interval Exercises – successive chromatics

  •  Lessons 1 – 4

  •  Playing the chains

  •  Summary

  •  Chapter 6 – The Five Remaining Intervals

  •  Major Second

  •  Perfect Fourth

  •  Minor Sixth

  •  Major Seventh

  •  Major Ninth

  •  The Direct Path and the Auxiliary Row

  •  Formula 2

  •  The relationships in the arrangement of the keys

  •  The transformation from the indirect to the direct path

  •  Chapter 7 – The Study of All of the Intervals on the Indirect Path

  •  The Interception Process

  •  Exercises 1 and 2: Connecting the Indirect and Direct Paths

  •  Formula 3

  •  Exercise 3: To Prepare for Fingering Variations A and B

  •  Formula 4

  •  Application of Fingering Variations A and B Using Examples

  •  Chapter 8 – Chromatic Variations for the Preceding on Intervals

  •  Building the Thirds

  •  Building the Fourths

  •  Chapter 9 – The Chords and Their Structure

  •  9.1 Triads

  •  Exercises for Triads

  •  9.2 Tetrachords

  •  Exercises for Tetrachords

  •  9.3 Pentachords

  •  Examples of Pentachords

  •  Chapter 10 – The Major Scales and their Three Basic Fingerings

  •  10.1 The Ascending Constellations

  •  Example: Sonata in D Minor by Domenico Scarlatti

  •  10.2 The Descending Constellations.

  •  10.3 Overview of the Basic Fingerings

  •  10.3.1a First basic fingering, ascending

  •  10.3.1b First basic fingering, descending

  •  10.3.2a Third basic fingering, ascending

  •  10.3.2b Third basic fingering, descending

  •  10.3.3a Second basic fingering, ascending

  •  10.3.3b Second basic fingering, descending

  •  10.4 Basic exercises

  •  Chapter 11 – The Primary Five–Note Exercises In Major Keys

  •  Chapter 12 – The Primary Five–Note Exercises In Minor Keys

  •  Chapter 13 – Conclusion: Recognize – Think – Do

  •  “After–Thoughts” by Klaus–Ernst Behne

  •  Appendix – Notes

  •  Elsbeth Moser

  •  Acknowledgements on the Translation

  •  Key Pages for Orientation to the Instrument

  •  Keyboard Diagrams

  •  Naming Conventions for Notes, Intervals, and Chords

  •  Cross Reference to Graphics for Intervals and Chords

  •  Chapter 3 – Positioning the Left Hand

  •  Cross Reference to Chapters between Editions

  •  Index

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