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Accordion cont 4 Bajo Sexto took over the Baseline of The Accordion First Time (Michael) was a fiddle player the blacks were usually forgotten while the whites sang their songs White + Black cajuns Accordion music -Violins-Ballads- The accordion changed our music Loud-obnoxious-[?] The mosquito that ate up my sweetheart -cajun was faster & melodic - more Runs [[strikethrough]]Poula[[/strikethrough]] Poco Politos (real German) Q other accordion styles - influence your music? A yes - flaio[?] Jimenez but also other non-accordion music: Rock/Blues + stoff Mike: Haite, Minnesota - other places Schoshol[?] The some basic song is played in a witty mode
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