JOSS BASELLI PDF

Dizshura Why or when he changed bass system is unknown to me, but basellii probably connected to the time when he decided to become an accordion teacher in Paris, where the Belgian bass would not have been a welcome choice for his students. The Accordionists Forum An accordion forum open to all Skip to content. Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. Anyway, here are the clips, which illustrate the change of bass system, and may be of use josz any C system CBA players who are interested in watching a French player who appears to have taken the best out of the French and Italian playing methods, and combined them.

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Although his parents ran a cafe, they were also great music enthusiasts, and Baselli began taking music lessons at the age of six. After World War Two, Baselli met an accomplished accordion player and pioneer of the bal musette style, Gus Viseur, who encouraged him to pursue a career in music. Baselli moved to Paris in and several years later, while working a summer job in Pau, near the Spanish border, met the rising young chanteuse, Patachou.

Patachou opened a cafe in the Montmartre section of Paris, which became the center of the bal musette scene. In , Patachou toured the U. Frey was about to release the first series of long-playing stereo records and was signing numerous international artists. Whether the cover had anything to do with the success of the record, Frey figured it was a winning combination, and most of the two dozen albums Basselli recorded for Audio Fidelity over the next five years followed a standard formula.

Basselli played a dozen or so tunes associated with a particular country or city, and Frey slapped on a cover featuring another sexy babe in national garb riding on the back of the same red Vespa--with an appropriate license plate.

For the quantity of material reflected in this series, the quality of performances is quite high. Baselli was a virtuoso accordion player, whose talents are now comemorated in France by an annual award that bears his name, given for the best accordion performance. A couple of the series, however, deserve a closer listen. He was awarded a prize by the American Accordion Association, and undoubtedly inspired many young men to take up the squeezebox--at least, until they discovered it tended not to attract sexy chick in Capri pants the way an electric guitar did.

Back in France, Basselli parted ways with Patachou and joined the studio team of the singer Barbara, who launched an enormously successful variety series on French television.

Basselli not only performed on screen as both accompanist and soloist, he also worked as musical director and arranged hundreds of songs for the show. He stayed with the show until , when he reunited with Patachou for another tour of the U. When he returned to France, he began to turn his attention to composing and arranging.

As "The Magic Roundabout," the series was an even bigger success in the U. Basselli also composed the score for the full-length film Danot produced as a spin-off from the series, "Dougal and the Blue Cat". Throughout the s, Baselli also worked as a songwriter, and his best-known tune, "Free Again," was recorded by numerous Anglophone singers--most notably, Barbra Streisand, on the first track of her album, My Name is Barbra.

This time, no chick in Capri pants was promised. He also founded his own music publishing company, Opaline, to oversee the rights to his various compositions, and wrote a popular set of music instruction books on playing the accordion.

He died suddenly of a heart attack in

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Joss Baselli

Although his parents ran a cafe, they were also great music enthusiasts, and Baselli began taking music lessons at the age of six. After World War Two, Baselli met an accomplished accordion player and pioneer of the bal musette style, Gus Viseur, who encouraged him to pursue a career in music. Baselli moved to Paris in and several years later, while working a summer job in Pau, near the Spanish border, met the rising young chanteuse, Patachou. Patachou opened a cafe in the Montmartre section of Paris, which became the center of the bal musette scene. In , Patachou toured the U. Frey was about to release the first series of long-playing stereo records and was signing numerous international artists.

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Joss Baselli

Although his parents ran a cafe, they were also great music enthusiasts, and Baselli began taking music lessons at the age of six. After World War Two, Baselli met an accomplished accordion player and pioneer of the bal musette style, Gus Viseur, who encouraged him to pursue a career in music. Baselli moved to Paris in and several years later, while working a summer job in Pau, near the Spanish border, met the rising young chanteuse, Patachou. Patachou opened a cafe in the Montmartre section of Paris, which became the center of the bal musette scene. In , Patachou toured the U.

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