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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.
Alf, 94, who lives in Llantwit Major, will now meet his old friend's children - who never really knew their dad - and hopes to play a tune on the accordion in memory of Bill.
The Kyiv Classic Accordion Duo of Igor Sayenko and Oleksiy Kolomoiets are repeat visitors to the area.
The Accordionists & Teachers Guild is pleased to announce its 74th Annual Accordion Festival being held July 24-26, 2014, in Burlingame, Calif.
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While classical pianists, violinists and flute players abound, you would normally have to travel a long way to hear a virtuoso classical accordion player.
During June, fans of this neglected musical instrument have been celebrating National Accordion Awareness Month, with the idea of increasing its popularity beyond polka bands.
The classical accordion player says she wants to bring her instrument to the world and to audiences that don't appreciate its versatility or true possibilities.
Teleshev already had been named one of four finalists in the United States in the first round of the 2013 Roland V-Accordion Festival, after submitting an audition video during the summer playing the trusty, 40-year-old acoustic accordion he brought with him in 2000 when he left his Russian homeland for Eugene.
93-year-old Aberdonian George Sim, who spends his time drumming for three groups, Mrs Gerrard's Accordion Band, Aberdeen Accordion and Fiddle Club andThe Scottish Accordion Music Group, has played for royalty and even has his own Facebook fan page.
The Dunrobin Session is a new album that features Oliveros on accordion and Jesse Stewart on percussion.
DIFC-based Eagle Investments will represent Accordion Partners services in the Gulf, offering what the New York-based firm claims is a new model in financial services, delivering cost-effective deal and project execution services to private equity firms, portfolio companies, and corporate development groups.
A TYNESIDE accordion player has become only the second Englishman to win a top Scottish competition - and the first one was also from the North East.
The other all-stars include accordion player Ludovic Beier, violinist Pierre Blanchard, bass player Xavier Nikq, and rhythm guitarist Francko Mehrstein.
A spokesman added: "The owner had been visited on The August 4 by two men who said they wanted to buy an accordion for a relative.