Gavotte ton double 2/2

Accordéon diatonique


Now we will work on the accompaniment, on the left hand of this mountain gavotte, “ton double”.

And you’ll notice that we’ll use a pattern of basses - chords that is different from what we usually do.

Usually, when you play a Scottish traditional dance, an “An dro” or a waltz, it is either in three time - bass, chord, chord - and all the time like that, or in two time – bass, chord.

Whereas here, we’ll make a mix of all that, we will mix three time, 2/2 time, and the passage of low notes.

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Attached file


  • Gavotte ton double.pdf


  • AP-I-GAVOTTE TON DOUBL-normal.mp3