Our first Serenade Cozy of the year features an extraordinary trio, Musique Accordéon. Accordionist David DiGiuseppe, bassist Robbie Link, and percussionist Beverly Botsford present music from the cabarets of Montmartre through the musettes of Paris to the songs of famed singer Edith Piaf.
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More details about The Musette–A Musical Journey
In the early 1800’s a wave of emigrants from rural Auvergne flowed into Paris. With them came their bagpipe-type instrument called the musette. Over the next 150 years, the term musette gained a new identity, altered by musical influences like the waltz, polka, and American jazz; social influences derived from the Parisian underworld; and most importantly, the accordion. In this fun and informative concert, DiGiuseppe and crew trace this musical development from the early Auvergnat bagpipe music through the swing musette of Paris.