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Bill serenaded his comrades using a beautiful black Scandalli accordion that he bartered from a starving Italian family in exchange for food.
The concert concluded with a pleasing collaboration of choir and accordions on the March of the Hebrew Slaves from Verdi's Nabucco.
Warm tributes have been paid to the devoted couple, who had lived in the area most of their lives and were leading members of the Glendale Accordion and Fiddle Club, which meets every month in the town's Glendale Hall.
Yesterday the PSNI said the accordions were taken on Monday August 6.
Accordions Anonymous played at midday just where its been on opening day of Saturday Market for at least a dozen years, singing "Funicul", Funicul.
The Syd Lewis Broadcasting Accordion Band featured 21 accordions, and a concert drummer complete with timpani and tubular bells.
He also composes for documentaries and commercials under the KPM label, as well as promoting Roland digital accordions.
The book concludes with an appendix which includes some notes on the music notation, as well as two pages of photographs of the Paolo Soprani accordions used by Paddy O'Brien during his musical life and also a copy of a letter to Paddy from Paolo Soprani in Italy regarding the model he had custom-built for him in 1961.
Button accordions made by Italian craftsmen and sold to the Irish market in New York City are the subject of a research project that grew out of a lecture I give on the McNulty family.
FROM Flamenco Fusion to Eastern European accordions, there is a magnificent mix of music from all over the globe on offer at ArtsFest.
Squeezebox Scotland is a specialist store that sells imported Italian accordions to suit all ages and levels.
If it's accordions today, why not 0 Sanctissima accompanied by kazoos and bicycle horns tomorrow?
Always the showman, the jovial Ayala uses up to ten different models of accordions during his concerts.
On the Garden Stage, an all-accordion band called Those Darn Accordions plays at 11 a.