(redirected from Accordian)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for accordion

References in periodicals archive ?
Switching effortlessly from an electrified acoustic guitar to the mournful accordian, popular in urban South African music, he played a long set, including his song to Mandela, Asimbonanga (We have not seen him).
As we panic, he unzips his bag and produces an accordian.
He accompanied himself on the bandonion, a type of accordian.
The horses David will be riding are his father Ian's Alroyal, a nine-year-old chestnut gelding, who won three novice hurdles in 2004 at Plumpton, Market Rasen and Uttoxeter when trained by Charlie Mann, and Fourth Street, a six-year-old bay gelding by Accordian.
Cillian's older brother, Oisin, 7, plays accordian and bodhran, and sister Saoirse, 9, plays fiddle and does Irish dancing with the show.
It was over this track that he had previously failed narrowly against An Accordian.
His duties include developing all the promotional materials for the five chamber-sponsored festivals: Bavarian Ice Fest, Mai Fest, Kinderfest, International Accordian Festival and Christmas Lighting and working with the committees that do everything from line up performers and entertainers to street closures.
Between them the ten-piece group played three types of percussion, piano, accordian, bouzouki, low whistles, Uilleann Pipes, fiddle, bass guitar, vocals, banjo and tenor and soprano saxophone.
The Grammy-nominated band were founded in 2003 by the husband and wife team Win Butler and Regine Chassagne and is augmented by five other members who play a variety of instruments from organ to accordian.
Backed by an empathetic band - drums, guitar, double bass and accordian - that dunked its musical biscuit in a bewitching concoction of indie, alt country and jazz as well as folk, this warm, wistful and witty lass from the Scottish Borders was equally at home with an unadorned voice and lone guitar.
ARKLE TROPHY Wiliiam Hill: 5 Accordian Etoile, Racing Demon, 7 Justified, 12 Hoo L a Baloo, 14 Cerium, Tamarinbleu, 20 Don't Be Shy, Villon, Wild Passion, 25 bar.
One entrant, however, was an instrumental duo who played accordian and acoustic bass.
KELLI McGRORY A fourth year student at Mulroy College, Milford, Co Donegal, she plays piano, fiddle, tin whistle, accordian, and guitar and football with Fanad Utd in Triagh-a-loch.
This group, however, delves into Irish folks tunes and jazzes them up with a band that's half trad jazz ensemble (drums, piano, bass), half Irish folk band (uillean pipes, button accordian, concertina), with a measure of shared heritage (guitar and fiddle).
Pat played the accordian and did Irish step dancing.