I've looked into how an accordion works and I want to play one in the music school. A piano accordion with 6 rows of buttons on the left hand, to be precise.
Now, I've been brainstorming about playing some songs and I wonder if some special chords might be playable on the accordion with the left hand. I know that there can be major, minor, dominant 7 and diminished, but I'm wondering about something else. Here are my chords:
(Note: English is not my main language so most of the things regarding music will have a big language barrier. Please help me correct my terminology.)
In Eb major and C minor key: BASS: Bb; CHORD: Bb Eb (F)G - Sustained 64 (from classical harmony) on Bb major BASS: F ; CHORD: F Ab C Eb - F minor minor 7 with BASS: F ; CHORD: F Ab (C)D - 2nd inversion of D diminished optionally mixed with F minor BASS: Ab; CHORD: F Ab Bb D - 2nd inversion of Bb dominant 7 BASS: Eb; CHORD: Bb D Eb G - 2nd inversion of Eb major major 7 BASS: D ; CHORD: D F G B - 2nd inversion of G dominant 7 BASS: C ; CHORD: C D Eb G - C minor with an extra major 9th BASS: D ; CHORD: G B Eb - 1st inversion of Eb augmented
Do you know if these chords can be played only with the left hand while the right hand plays a melody?