♫ -Musical genre challenge ♫ -Here´s how it works. We´re going to take turns
hitting this button here, which activates
the random genre generator. And it will land on one random song title
and one random musical genre. Whoever´s turn it is has to sing
that song in that style. Okay?
Here´s a microphone for you. -All right. Thank you.
-Here´s one for me. I will start us off
to show how it´s done. Here we go. Song — "Cotton Eye Joe." [ Light laughter ] Soft rock. I love —
I know "Cotton Eye Joe." Do you know the first line of
"Cotton Eye Joe?" Anyone know? [ Audience shouts ] It´s not beebadee blobadee.
[ Laughter ] Very close.
I thought it was beebadee. It´s "if it hadn´t been for
Cotton Eye Joe, I´d be married a long –" It´s good trivia.
All right. Sweet. Soft rock.
Can we do yacht rock? Can you give me
like a yacht rock, like a Michael McDonald
type of vibe? ♫♫ [ Vocalizing ] ♫ If it hadn´t been
for Cotton Eye Joe ♫ ♫ I´d be married
a long time ago ♫ ♫ Where did you come from,
where did you go ♫ ♫ Where did you come from,
Cotton Eye Joe ♫ [ Cheers and applause ] [ Vocalizes ] All right, all right. -That was beautiful. Most beautiful "Cotton Eye Joe"
I´ve ever heard. Lot of heart in that. -It´s your turn.
Go ahead and press the button. -All right. "Ignition." Bluegrass.
[ Cheers and applause ] All right. Here we go.
-"Ignition." -All right, let´s do it.
Real hillbilly this time. [ Up-tempo music plays ] ♫ It´s the remix to ignition ♫ ♫ Hot and fresh
out the kitchen ♫ ♫ Mama rollin´ that body,
got every man in here wishin´ ♫ -Whoo-hoo!
♫ -Sippin on a Coke and rum ♫ ♫ I´m like, "So what?
I´m drunk" ♫ ♫ It´s the freakin´ weekend,
baby ♫ ♫ I´m about to
have me some fun ♫ ♫ Come on now ♫ ♫ Bounce, bounce, bounce, bounce
bounce, bounce, bounce ♫ ♫ Bounce, bounce, bounce,
bounce, bounce, bounce, bounce ♫ ♫ Come on ♫ ♫ Bounce, bounce, bounce,
bounce, bounce, bounce, bounce ♫ ♫ Bounce, bounce, bounce,
bounce, bounce, bounce, bounce ♫ Yee-haw!
[ Cheers and applause ] -Fantastic! Come on. That´s how you do it
right there. -Thank you.
Thank you very much. -Bluegrass version of
"Ignition." All right. Here we go. I will go again,
but I don´t know why. I´m competing against you.
[ Light laughter ] -Oh! -"Santeria." Latin like a —
like a Julio Iglesias type? Just give me a note, maybe.
Just give me a note. ♫♫ ♫ [ Latin accent ] I don´t
practice santeria ♫ ♫ Yo no tengo crystal ball ♫ ♫ Well, I had a million pesos
but I´d, I´d spent it all ♫ ♫ Santeria, oh, santeria ♫ ♫ Oh, I don´t have
a crystal ball ♫ ♫♫ [ Cheers and applause ] -Beautiful once again.
A lot of heart. -That was better than
the Michael McDonald one, maybe. I felt that one.
-Yeah. How do you get lighting cues?
-I don´t know. -By the way, when I´m here
tomorrow, lighting cues. -You need props. -I´m gonna have
so many lighting cues. It´s out of control. -You´re here all week,
so they´ll get to know you. -All right,
I want a lot of them. -Here we go.
Take us home with one. -It´s like when I found out
about pyro on "The Voice." That was crazy. "Bodak Yellow." Pop. All right. All right.
You guys ready? -"Bodak Yellow," pop version. ♫♫ ♫ -I don´t dance now ♫ ♫ I make money moves ♫ ♫ Say I don´t gotta dance ♫ ♫ I make money moves ♫ ♫ If I see you
and I don´t speak ♫ ♫ I don´t eff with you ♫ ♫ I´m a boss,
you a worker bitch ♫ ♫ I make money moves,
money moves ♫ ♫ I don´t dance now ♫ ♫ I make money moves,
money moves ♫ ♫ I don´t gotta dance ♫ ♫ I make money moves ♫ ♫ If I see you
and I don´t speak ♫ ♫ I don´t eff with you ♫ ♫ I´m a boss ♫ Can I get a little lighting?
Lighting on me? ♫ I make money moves,
money moves ♫ ♫ I make money moves,
money moves ♫ ♫ If I don´t see you,
I don´t eff with you ♫ ♫ I´m a boss,
you a worker bitch ♫ ♫ I make money moves,
money moves ♫ -That´s all the time we have for
"Musical Genre Challenge." Give it up for Miley Cyrus! We have a special musical
performance from Miley after the break! ♫ -If I don´t speak,
I don´t eff with you ♫ ♫ I make money moves,
money moves ♫ ♫ Ohhh ♫
[Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] hey there I'm Dale Mathis and I am in Sun City Arizona USA and today I am playing the role on fr8 X digital accordion and the song that I'm playing today is the Blue Danube Waltz and this song sheet will be available if you would like to play this music at micron music dotnet and it's song number 75 under the lesson program tab so if you're looking for the song on the sheet music click on the lesson videos and then there will be a drop down menu and you'll see song 75 and click on that and the PDF will be up there along with this video and also for folks I get a lot of feedback from folks looking for the first lessons the lessons one through ten that's not in the drop down tab just click on the lesson tab itself and lessons one through ten will show up so anyhow we just can't my wife and I just came back from a two-week trip to Germany and one night while we were in our Berlin hotel we flicked on the TV and there was a symphonic recording that came up of this Strauss waltz from the mid-1800s and I thought well that would be a nice tune to do for my next program so here it is today so for this song I programmed into the EDX accordion a couple of things so I'm going to show you what I did let's bring this a little closer so you can see my control panel alright so what we've got on Orchestra 1 I've got a string sound that's playing on this side of the instrument on Orchestra 2 I have a string sound that's playing on this side of the instrument and it's set in a different octave and then on the accordion voice I'm using multiple accordion voices and these are all in the Dale Mathis turn on set for the sound programs that you get when you buy an FR e decks from crown music in Sun City Arizona so you don't have to do any of your own programming because I have done all the hard technical work for you so how this works is I'm going to hold in the orchestra one and two buttons and while I'm holding that in that I'm going to hit the accordion button and what this does let's do the operation sort of go plunk point okay so now what that does is allows me to change accordion sounds from the registration tabs however the string sounds that I have playing in the background will not go away so whoops I made an important mistake here I have to turn off the user program so you see that accordion sound has changed but the string sound stayed consistent in the background and then in the left hand portion let's get down a little bit lower here there I used a string bass and some horns for the background so forth [Applause] [Applause] a variation that I could have used on this for this song is to not play the accordion at all and just have the strings sounding so that would have also been very pleasant and I could have done that as part of this recording it would just been another variation on what you can do with this sound set registration so again if you go into song number 75 at micron music dotnet look right here micron music depth that is where you will find the website and you will find all of my free lessons and a lot of free sheet music and you can just go to that website and it's all available just at the click of a button and they're all PDF sheet music that you can download for free and one more thing again right here accordion Phoenix com that is my website and there you will find much more information about the role in accordions so if you're interested in purchasing one of these magnificent instruments for yourself you can get one from Tron music that has all of my programming on it it's all done for you so you don't have to do a thing to learn all the technical wizardry that I have incorporated into this instrument so thank you very much for watching my channel if you loved it please subscribe and tell your friends about it pass on videos to other folks and again thank you very much for watching [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause]
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