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I am looking for books which can help me to get familiar with fingering of CBA C griff. I found this book but seems it is not for C griff? Would any one advise? Thanks.


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look for the Lars Holm material.
The Angasi book helpful for thumb under exercises and nice sample pieces but use Lars Holm fingering. But I think Lars Holm best all round. In France predominantly 4 fingers I think excluding thumb appears to be used only in a strategic way. Looks like magic to me.
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Couldn't agree more with Godgi, Lars Holm material got me playing C system and free bass accordion quickly, comfortably and musically. Best all around vote from me too!
 

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I'm guessing it is this:
https://www.augemus-shop.de/noten/akkordeontyp/einzeltonakkordeon/1126/min-etno-box (Min Etno-box)
Although helpful I found it was quite patchy - variable difficulty, variable interest - designed for children?
No recording and not cheap given its content.
There is another book* which is more expensive (approx 40+ euro?). This seems aimed at children's group learning.
The music is hand-written and contains quite a lot of multi-instrument pieces. Again no recording.
As the LH = RH it is possible to use any C system book to work out scales and chords/arpeggios.
After this piano for beginners books offer a huge range of styles and content at modest prices.
* Music Box book 1 & 2 (edit)
PS: This in response to the Holm comment re Free Bass - not so helpful for the OP's query.
 
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The books by Lars Holm I'd recommended are

Accordeon Skola for Ungdon - if you are a complete beginner
and
Music box 1 - if you are ready to start learning simple pieces in freebass for both hands

Hope that helps!
 

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