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stevejay

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Mazurka la femme de marbre
« on: May 17, 2016, 12:08:43 AM »

http://www.moelan-a-vent.fr/?page_id=1627

Found this link. Since this Delicq Mazurka is a bit harder than some others I've tried,  it made it easier to have the tablature along with the music. It's a beautiful melody, and fully playable on a two row.

Maybe someone else will benefit from the tab.
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2016, 06:21:12 AM »

That whole site is well presented, with some interesting sheet music, thank you for the link!
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2016, 02:43:06 PM »

Boîte de iazz is nice too, although it doesn't sound much like  jazz to my ear.
Guess it could...
It also sounds nice played slowly, and is fairly easy.
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2016, 02:53:25 PM »

Thanks
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #4 on: May 17, 2016, 06:20:28 PM »

Thanks P&T, that site has a lot to offer...

JM
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2016, 07:25:40 PM »

http://www.moelan-a-vent.fr/?page_id=1627

Found this link. Since this Delicq Mazurka is a bit harder than some others I've tried,  it made it easier to have the tablature along with the music. It's a beautiful melody, and fully playable on a two row.

Maybe someone else will benefit from the tab.
There are a few versions on you tube for those who like to see where to put their fingers:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDBh4N0mlpQ
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #6 on: February 11, 2017, 07:28:55 PM »

Hello everyone,

I know this is an old thread but I wanted to contribute my ABC notation of this tune.
There probably are some mistakes in the notation, since it was my very first own transcription of a musical score into ABC.
If you find any mistakes, please do not hesitate to point them out so I can correct it. (:)

Code: [Select]
X: 1
T: La femme de marbre
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
R: Mazurka
K:C

(3EFE|
CA, CE Ac | B2 E2 B2 | A2 (3FED CA, | C2 B,2 (3EFE |
CA, CE Ac | B2 E2 G2 | F(3E/F/E/ DC B,E |[1 A,4 (3EFE :|[2 A,4 cd |

e2 dc BA | Bd G2 d2 | cA FA cA | B2 E2 cd |
e2 dc BA | Bd G2 E2 |[1 (3AFE D2 CB,| CD A,2 cd :|[2 (3AFE DC B,E | A,4 E2 |

EF E2 E2 | E2 G4 | F(3E/F/E/ DE FA | E2 D2 G2 |
EF E2 E2 | GB G4 | (3EFA G2 E2 | C2 A,2 CD :|[2 C2A,4 |

cE c2 E2 | BE B2 E2 | AD A2 D2 | BD E2 D2 |
cE c2 E2 | BE B2 E2 | D2 F2 E2 |[1 D2 C4 :|[2 A4

On a side note: I've also created a midi and an ogg audio file (simple piano melody). For those of you who like to listen to the tune to get a rough feeling what it sounds like, just PM me and i'll send it to you. Or just listen to one of the many nice versions of this tune on YouTube - that will work too. ;)

Best wishes,
Fred
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2017, 12:43:47 AM »

I transcribed this lovely tune a few months ago from the playing of Stéphane Delicq on the CD 'La Compagnie des Anges'. See ABC versions and attached PDF files below. I also have MuseScore versions if anyone would like them.

Fred - I think your ABC version is pretty good - well done! It is not an easy tune to transcribe. But in your ABC notation you need to remove the gaps between the lines, or add a % symbol, otherwise it generates an error. Also, I don't quite agree with your notation of the 4th part, although I guess it depends which original recording you listened to. There is room for 'transcriber's interpretation' here: are the 'twiddles' simply mordent-like ornaments or are they more an essential rhythmic element of the tune? I chose the latter in my transcription.

On SD's recording, he plays it in Em but it sounds an octave lower than would normally be played on a D/G box. I think his instrument was not a usual tuning? On a normal G/C box it can be played nicely in Am in the usual position.

X:1
T:La Femme de Marbre
T:version in A minor
C:Stéphane Delicq
Z:Transcribed by Steve Dumpleton from the playing of Stéphane Delicq on the CD 'La Compagnie des Anges'
L:1/8
M:3/4
K:Am
(3EFE |:"Am" CA, CE Ac |"Em" B2 E2 B2 |"F" A2 (3FED CA, |"Em" C2 B,2 (3EFE |"Am" CA, CE Ac |
"Em" B2 E2 G2 |"F" (3(F/2E/2F/2E) DC"Em" B,E |1"Am" A,4 (3EFE :|2"Am" A,4"^Fine" ||
%
cd |:"Am" e2{de} dc BA |"Em" Bd G2 d2 |"F" cA FA cA |"Em" B2 E2 cd |"Am" e2{de} dc BA |
"Em" Bd G2 E2 |1 "F" (3AFE D2"Em" CB, |"Am" CE A,2 cd :|2"F" (3AFE DC"Em" B,E |"Am" A,4 ||
%
E2 |:"Am" EF{EF} E2 E2 | "Em" E2 G4 |"F" (3(F/2E/2F/2E) DE FA |"Em" E2 D2 G2 |"Am" EF{EF} E2 E2 |
"Em" GB G4 | "F" (3DFA .G2"Em" .E2 |1"Am" C2 A,2 CD :|2"Am" A,4 z2 ||
%
|:"Am" c3/2(E/4c/4 E4) |"Em" B3/2(E/4B/4 E4) | "F" A3/2(D/4A/4 D4) |"Em" E3/2(D/4E/4 D4) |
"Am" c3/2(E/4c/4 E4) |"Em" B3/2(E/4B/4 E4) |"F" .D2 .F2"Em" .E2 |1"Am" D2 C4 :|2"Am" A4"^D.C. al Fine" |]
W:
W:Version for G/C melodeon. Original key in E minor, a fourth lower than written here.


X:2
T:La Femme de Marbre
T:version in E minor
C:Stéphane Delicq
Z:Transcribed by Steve Dumpleton from the playing of Stéphane Delicq on the CD 'La Compagnie des Anges'
L:1/8
M:3/4
K:Em
(3BcB |:"Em" GE GB eg |"Bm" f2 B2 f2 |"C" e2 (3cBA GE |"Bm" G2 F2 (3BcB |"Em" GE GB eg |
"Bm" f2 B2 d2 |"C" (3(c/B/c/B) AG"Bm" FB |1"Em" E4 (3BcB :|2"Em" E4"^Fine" ||
%
ga |:"Em" b2{ab} ag fe |"Bm" fa d2 a2 |"C" ge ce ge |"Bm" f2 B2 ga |"Em" b2{ab} ag fe |
"Bm" fa d2 B2 |1 "C" (3ecB A2"Bm" GF |"Em" GB E2 ga :|2"C" (3ecB AG"Bm" FB |"Em" E4 ||
%
B2 |:"Em" Bc{Bc} B2 B2 | "Bm" B2 d4 |"C" (3(c/B/c/B) AB ce |"Bm" B2 A2 d2 |"Em" Bc{Bc} B2 B2 |
"Bm" df d4 | "C" (3Ace .d2"Bm" .B2 |1"Em" G2 E2 GA :|2"Em" E4 z2 ||
%
|:"Em" g3/2(B/4g/4 B4) |"Bm" f3/2(B/4f/4 B4) | "C" e3/2(A/4e/4 A4) |"Bm" B3/2(A/4B/4 A4) |
"Em" g3/2(B/4g/4 B4) |"Bm" f3/2(B/4f/4 B4) |"C" .A2 .c2"Bm" .B2 |1"Em" A2 G4 :|2"Em" e4"^D.C. al Fine" |]
W:
W:Version for D/G melodeon. Original key in E minor, an octave lower than written here.

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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #8 on: February 12, 2017, 12:47:24 AM »

MuseScore versions attached...
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #9 on: February 12, 2017, 12:51:51 AM »

Steve
It's been a while since I've listened carefully to this piece, but I think I play Dm chords in place of some of your F chords - I do realise this is insignificant, as they are practically the same thing, except that a Dm chord in the C section will avoid the parallel octaves between the melody and bass notes for those 3 bars.
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #10 on: February 12, 2017, 01:03:58 AM »

It's been a while since I've listened carefully to this piece, but I think I play Dm chords in place of some of your F chords - I do realise this is insignificant, as they are practically the same thing, except that a Dm chord in the C section will avoid the parallel octaves between the melody and bass notes for those 3 bars.
Thanks, Pete! Yes - it's subtle stuff but I fully concur with your point about the Dm chord in the C-music avoiding the parallel octaves. Next time I have the box in my hands I will try it both ways, but I suspect the Dm chord will sound more satisfying at that point.
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #11 on: February 17, 2017, 09:19:03 PM »

Thank you for the transcription Steve.

A C  chord on the opening of part B before the Em sounds good as well. I like the Am and C chord both.
« Last Edit: February 17, 2017, 09:35:15 PM by stevejay »
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Re: Mazurka la femme de marbre
« Reply #12 on: February 17, 2017, 10:07:07 PM »

... Thanks, Pete! Yes - it's subtle stuff but I fully concur with your point about the Dm chord in the C-music avoiding the parallel octaves...

To avoid parallel octaves you need to use one chord only  ;)
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