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There are lots of arrangements and I would like to show you one that even includes improvisation.

And over and over again… and listen carefullywhat happens and how it sounds. Believe me, it will make it all easier acclrdion you when you read the scores and practise.

Libertango – Solo level 3 | Shelia Lee’s Accordion Blog

Begin practising with the right liebrtango — the first four lines of the composition first part A1. All the scores and instructional recordings are provided at the end of the article. You will see slashed chords. Try playing just the combinations of chords first, so that your hand gets used to the new positions. The left-hand rhythm is played in the typical pattern of Argentinian tango: But I hope that for now you keep to the first four lines.


Do you hear it? Do you hear how its beautiful slow tones unite everything together?

As soon as you are ready with your right hand, add the left one slowly. The principle is the same: It took a lot of sweat and tears, too, to build the Panama Canal….

Libertango (piano solo/accordion solo)

The chords and the rhythm are the same as in part A1. And what to play in the right hand?

Improvisation is a game, an act of creation, playing around. Tone here, tone there… try just long tones and listen how it works together, what you like. If you are creative, you should love this. libertanyo

Libertango (piano solo/accordion solo) sheet music for Piano download free in PDF or MIDI

Practise regularly, every day. Record yourself now and then. Practise in short segments one line, two bars. It begins quietly and grows stronger, have you noticed? Live recording lbertango Libertango performed by our group at the first accordion concert:.


It took a lot of sweat and tears, too, to build the Panama Canal… 7. A few practising tips: