The Musette style originated in Paris between 1930 and 1950 thanks to the encounter between the Italian accordion and the cabrete (a bellows-blown bagpipe, played in the Auvergne). The BALLUCHE DE LA SAUGRENUE aims at bringing this golden age back to life through its repertoire of songs performed timeless Parisian Nina la Brume; instrumentals are there, too: waltzes, javas, toupies and other swings. The Bal Musete
is an example of mestzo music, influenced by è Gypsy jazz and a lively taste for the exotic, joining dances from Spain (paso doble), Eastern Europe (waltz, mazurka and polka) and the Americas (rumba, cha-cha, stomp). At the same time, LE BALLUCHE DE LA SAUGRENUE, open to influences of our age, will make you dance to the sound of a javadub, a disco swing, a paso-punk, a reggae waltz, or a polk raggae. So new peculiar and ironic rhythm are created, where history and modernity blend wonderfully.
Et roulez jeunesse !
LE BALLUCHE DELLA SAUGRENUE from Felmay Shop