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15 Louisiana Cajun Classics For Piano Ac
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15 Louisiana Cajun Classics For Piano Ac

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Accordion
Composer Gary Dahl
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Series Arhoolie
Catalog # 97028

Price: $14.99

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Product Description

15 Louisiana Cajun Classics For Piano Ac Composed by Gary Dahl. For Accordion. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 97028, UPC: 796279049979)

This book represents breakthrough arranging for Cajun accordion styles and can be performed on both piano and diatonic button accordions. The grade level is intermediate and follows the original 15 Louisiana Cajun Classics recording from Arhoolie accurately with added variations and fiddle solos. If you want to learn Cajun stylings or start your own Cajun band, this is the book you need!

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BASILE BREAKDOWN BALFA/ABSHIRE  
BERNADETTE FONTENOT,CANRAY  
BOSCO STOMP PITRE,AUSTIN  
CHERE TE MON ABSHIRE,NATHAN  
CHICOT TWO-STEP CALIFORNIA CAJUN ORC  
FIDDLE STOMP READ,WALLACE CHEESE  
FLAMES DE'ENFER FALCON,JOE  
GRAND TASSO DOUCET,MICHAEL  
J'AI PASSE' DEVANT TA PORTE (I PASSED IN BALFA/SAVOY/MENARD  
JOLIE BLONDE HACKBERRY RAMBLERS  
LA ROBE BARREE MAGNOLIA SISTERS  
LE JIG FRANCAIS BEAUSOLEIL  
POOR HOBO CHOATES,HARRY  
PORT ARTHUR BLUES FRUGE,WADE  
TWO STEP D'AMEDE SAVOY-DOUCET CAJUN B  

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