Mazurca De Comptoir mazurka

Also known as Mazurka De Comptoir.

There are 2 recordings of this tune.

Mazurca De Comptoir has been added to 24 tunebooks.

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Three settings

1
X: 1
T: Mazurca De Comptoir
R: mazurka
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gmaj
|:DEF|G2 GF GA|B2 BA Bc|BA GF EF| E2 DD EF|
G2 GF GA|B2 BA Bc|BA GF EF|1G3:|2G3z2||
|:D|ED F2 FD|ED F2 FD|ED cB AG|EF E2 DD|
ED F2 FD|ED F2 FD|ED cB AG|EF G3:|
# Added by Avery .
2
X: 2
T: Mazurca De Comptoir
R: mazurka
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Cmaj
AB c2 cG | cd e2 ed | ef ed cB | AB (3ABA GG |
AB cG cG | cd eG ed | ef e<d c<B | AB c3 :|
A<G B2 BG | A<G B2 BG | A<G f<e d<c | BA (3ABA GG |
A<G B2 BG | A<G B2 BG | A<G f<e d<c | AB c3 :|
3
X: 3
T: Mazurca De Comptoir
R: mazurka
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Dmaj
EF G2 GD | GA B2 BA | Bc BA GF | EF E2 DD |
EF G2 GD | GA B2 BA | Bc BA GF | EF G3 :|
ED F2 FD | ED F2 FD | ED cB AG | FE (3EFE DD |
ED F2 FD | ED F2 FD | ED cB AG | EF G3 :|
Bc d2 dA | de f2 fd | fg fe dc | Bc B2 AA |
Bc d2 dA | de fA fd | f<g fe d<c | Bc d3 :|
B<A c2 cA | B<A c2 cA | B<A g>f e<d | cB (3BcB AA |
BA c2 cA | BA c2 cA | BA g<f e<d | B>c d3 :|

Four comments

Galician Mazurka

This is a beautiful Mazurka I learned off a Susana Seivane album. She actually plays it in Eb instead of G as she is playing on a Bb Gaita during this tune. I thought G was a more accessable key for use session.orgers.

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Mistake

This is actually a Breton tune written by Christian Desnos.

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"Mazurka de Comptoir" ~ a composition by Christian Desnos

Plougastel-Daoulas en Bretagne, Brittany
accordeon diatonique = melodeon

The following is a transcription of his playing:

K: C Major
|: G |
AB c2 cG | cd e2 ed | ef ed cB | AB (3ABA GG |
AB cG cG | cd eG ed | ef e<d c<B | AB c3 :|
|: G |
A<G B2 BG | A<G B2 BG | A<G f<e d<c | BA (3ABA GG |
A<G B2 BG | A<G B2 BG | A<G f<e d<c | AB c3 :|

"Mazurka de Comptoir" ~ by Christian Desnos

This was on me all day yesterday ~ ALL DAY!!! I have known in several way rhythmically, including swung, a cross between the above transcription, and straight… It also occurs, as I’ve come across it, in several keys and way, including C, D, G and A… Here are a few more takes on it, mostly given straight:

K: G Major
|: D |
EF G2 GD | GA B2 BA | Bc BA GF | EF E2 DD |
EF G2 GD | GA B2 BA | Bc BA GF | EF G3 :|
|: D |
ED F2 FD | ED F2 FD | ED cB AG | FE (3EFE DD |
ED F2 FD | ED F2 FD | ED cB AG | EF G3 :|

K: D Major
|: A |
Bc d2 dA | de f2 fd | fg fe dc | Bc B2 AA |
Bc d2 dA | de fA fd | f<g fe d<c | Bc d3 :|
|: A |
B<A c2 cA | B<A c2 cA | B<A g>f e<d | cB (3BcB AA |
BA c2 cA | BA c2 cA | BA g<f e<d | B>c d3 :|