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THIS was the moment Rolf Harris's 40-year-old accordion burst into flames on stage.
The latest hi tech computerised keyboards also work on the 'Cycle of 5ths' and, as an accordion player, I have the knowledge to use the patterns in composition to benefit the community through Poperetta Productions Ltd.
Where else can accordion fans and bowling aficionados come together in harmony?
Keeping in tradition with Octoberfest, the 75 members enjoyed a meal of sauerkraut, potatoes, and specially prepared German meats, and tapped their feet to the rhythmic sounds of the accordion, fully enjoying their monthly meeting at the Westlake Inn.
Igor Sayenko and Oleksiy Kolomoiets, members of the Ukrainian State Orchestra, are virtuoso performers on button accordions.
Both musicians are from the National Music Academy of Ukraine and are virtuoso performers on button accordions.
Manufacturing of accordions shifted dramatically around 1950 when the new material, celluloid, was used along with mother-of-pearl to mass-produce inexpensive instruments.
Seibert also attributes growing interest in polka to growing interest in accordions.
Since 2013, the orchestra has been led by accordion meistress Jane Ward and is going from strength to strength, with 12 members, 11 piano accordions and one basso.
THIRTY nine accordions with a value of PS130,000 have been stolen from a family-run music shop.
The Municipal Gardens Theatre in Limassol will be filled with the sound of accordions being played by the Pavel Smirnov Accordion Orchestra from Saint Petersburg on Saturday.
Desert Rats Alf Jackson and Bill Howard formed a "band" while fighting their way across Italy, playing the hits of the day on their cherished accordions.
There is no doubting the exceptional virtuosity achieved by the duo on their chromatic button accordions.
By the 1950s, over 90 percent of accordions played by Americans came from their Italian factories.
Ronnie had two or three accordions himself but didn't play in public.