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Accordion of 21-st century

Richard Galliano - French touch

Walshe Essential Guide to Accordion and Harmonica Events

«Harmonica forever!»

Modest Mussorgsky «Pictures at an Exhibition»

«Skomorokhi»: Music of the 20'th Century

Richard Galliano - 15 Titres Originaux

Pietro Frosini - Mariposita (Bolero)

Eugeny Derbenko - Cabman

Melodies Which Are Always With You

Concert musette for accordion

Richard Galliano quartet «New Musette»

Astor Piazzolla - Soundtracks

Boris Kovac and Ladaaba Orchestra «Ballads at the End of Time», «La Danza Apocalypsa Balcanica»

Yury Kazakov «The portrait of the great Bayanist»

A Gotan Project DJ set Espiracion

Accordion in Jazz

Astor Piazzolla - Concerto para Quinteto

Accordion in concert - Part I

Accordion Reader Trilogy

L. Desyatnikov - Tracing Astor

Russian music of the 19 - 20-th centuries

Igor Tsvetkov - Two Pieces for Russian Folk Orchestra

Popular Latin American tunes for chromatic or piano accordion

Terem-Quartet meets friends

Richard Galliano - Viaggio

Richard Galliano & Michel Portal – Concerts

Valery Kovtun - «Tango»

Richard Galliano – New York Tango

Friedrich Lips - Pictures at an Exhibition

Astor Piazzolla - Fugata

Dmitry Manchuk & Miroslav Leliukh - Musical Fantasy

Art Van Damme - Deep Purple

Richard Galliano - Fou Rire

George Gershwin - Rhapsody in Blue (for piano and accordion orchestra)

Andrew Petrov - Marathon in the Fall

Luciano Fancelli - Acquarelli Cubani

Happy Skvett - Kulturprisen

M. Kazhlaev - Scerzo

Michael van Delft - Angel Rocks a Stone Away

Jacques Reuaux, Claude Francois - My Way - Great Frank Sinatra song arranged for accordion orchestra - Parts

Richard Galliano - Tango pour Claude

''Resurrecion'' tango-quartet - Obsessed by the Sun

Richard Galliano - La Valse a Margaux

Bogdan Precz - Fusion

Jazz Accordion Book - Vol. I

Jazz Theory And Improvisation Studies for Accordion

Che, bandoneon - 10 essential tango arrangements - Vol. 1

Astor Piazzolla - Tangus Dei

Richard Galliano - Opale Concerto - Score

Accordion orchestra of 3-d municipal music school (Kishinev, Moldova)

Lithuanian Accordion Quintet "Concertino" (video live concert)

Pablo Ziegler - Bajo Cero

Pavel Smirov Orchestra - Accordion virtuosos from St. Petersburg

Albin Repnikov - Concerto ¹3 for accordion, chamber orchestra and percussions - Score

Pavel Smirov Orchestra - My Saint Petersburg

M. Blanter - In The Gardens

Astor Piazzolla - Yo Soy Maria

Lithuanian Accordion Quintet «Concertino» - Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 2

B. Martjanov - Moldova Fantasy

«Milonga» Instrumental Trio – Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 2

«Milonga» Instrumental Trio – Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 1

«Milonga» Instrumental Trio – Compositions from the repertoire of the ensemble - Vol. 3

Jacques Reuaux, Claude Francois - My Way - Great Frank Sinatra song arranged for accordion orchestra - Score

Anatoly Lyadov - Musical Snuffbox

Yu. Peshkov - Black Eyes - Russian romance arranged as a concert piece

Charlie Shavers - Breeze in a Waste

Christine Boll – Partita Piccola

Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein - Going Out of My Head - Great Frank Sinatra song arranged for accordion orchestra - Score and Parts

Victor Vlasov - Bossa Nova

Pietro Frosini - Carnival of Venice

Victor Vlasov - I Like this Rhythm

Thomas Fundora & Morris Albert - Feelings

Mikis Theodorakis - Quarter of Angels

George Hammel - Pantoufle de Vair (concert polka for accordion)

Volodymyr Zubytsky - Omaggio ad Astor Piazzolla

In the Footlights

The Beatles Potpourri

Jacob Gade - Tango Jalousie

Lasse Pihlajamaa - Harmonikkasävellyksiä

Eddy Flecijn – Capriccio

Pascual Marquina - Spanish Gipsy Dance

Popular Waltzes

Libertango tango hits

Moon Serenade

History of Musicals

Astor Piazzolla – 10 tangos

From Bach till Offenbach

Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart - Blue Moon

Beny Rehmann - Schiffsfeger-Polka

Francisco Canaro - Tango

Gerhard Winkler - Toulouse

Albert Vossen - Merry-go-round

Gerhard Winkler - Serenade Napolitano

Les Rid - The Last Waltz

Yann Tiersen - Le Moulin

Yann Tiersen - Naomi

Bert Kaempfert - Strangers in The Night

Luiz Bonfa - Manha de Carnival

Cajun of Luisiana State (for banjo and accordions)

George Boulanger - Da Capo

Eugene Derbenko - Rythm of Time

I. Panitski - Snowball Tree

A. Murena and J. Colombo - Indifference

Hubert Giraud - Sous le Ciel de Paris

Toto Cutugno - Soli

Fermo Marchetti - Fascination

Victor Vlasov - Boogie-Woogie

J McHugh - Black Birds (Black spiritual arranged for accordion)

S. Scott - Jungle

Tikhon Khrennikov - Moscow Windows (jazz song arranged for accordion duo)

Paul Norrback - Happy Moments

Charlie Chaplin - Limelight (waltz arranged for accordion)

Victor Vlasov - Silent Films

Victor Vlasov - Good Afternoon

Victor Vlasov - Cartoon

20 Tiny Fingers - English folk song

A. Joys - Autumn Dream

Jazz-Legato - Lerov Andersson (for accordion duo)

Vladimir Popolzin - In The Saloon

S. Scott - Ballade

Victor Vlasov – Jazz Miniatures

Victor Vlasov - Disco (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - Let us Swing (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - Siamese (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - This Rythm (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Victor Vlasov - Step (from Jazz Miniatures Book)

Unto Jutila - French Visit

Renzo Ruggieri - Carnevale

Jimmy Giordanengo - La Huette

Albert Vossen - Fliegende Blatter

Vittorio Monti - Czardas

Victor Vlasov - Mood (for solo accordion)

Victor Vlasov - Syncopes

Unto Jutila - Samba

Pietro Frosini - Jolly Caballero

Karl Noack - Parade of Dwarves (for ensemble or orchestra)

Valery Kovtun - Brilliant Waltz (for solo accordion)

Pintin Castellanos - La Punalada

Finish Polka

Anne Dudley - Jeeves and Wooster

Astor Piazzolla - Four Seasons in Buenos Aires - Score

Astor Piazzolla - Four Seasons in Buenos Aires - Parts

Luciano Fancelli - 10 km. al Finestrino

Luciano Fancelli - Pupazzetti

Georgy Mushel - Toccata

Albin Repnikov - Capriccio

Paolo Pizzigoni - Light and Shadow

Grigoras Dinicu - Hora Stacatto

Eduardo di Capua - O Sole Mio!

Ernesto Lecuona - Malaguena from «Andalucia» Suite

Andre Astier - Grande Valse De Concert

Andre Astier - Divertissement

Andre Astier - Fantaisie En Mi Mineur

Andre Astier, Marcel Azzola - Systeme «A»

Andre Astier, Maurice Larcange - Accordeon Steeple

Andre Astier, Yvette Horner - Polka Satellite

Volodymyr Zubytsky - Ti Amo, Pesaro

Joaquin Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez, Adagio

Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto f-moll from The Four Seasons

Arnstein Johansen - Cornelli (polka)

Medard Ferrero - Averse

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Joey Miskulin - Accordion Styles and Techniques (DVD)

Paris Musette - Freddy Balta and his Accordion

Teach Yourself To Play Accordion

Waltz Favorites

Metodo Per Fisarmonica (Accordion)

Latin American Dances

Richard Galliano - Opale Concerto - Parts

Vladimir Chernikov - Lonely Harmonica - Yablochko

Niccolo Paganini - Caprice No. 24 in A minor

Andrew Lloyd Webber - Memory

John A. Dallas - Helen Waltz

Maurice Larcange & Michel Mercier - Javaccordeon

Franck Angelis - Valse du Cloun

Franck Angelis - Impasse

Ole Schmidt - Toccata no. 1

Astor Piazzolla - Contrabajissimo - Score

Yann Tiersen - La Noyee

Jack Fina - Bumblebee Boogie

Vl. Zolotarev - Conteplating The Dionisian Frescoes of St. Ferapontov Monastery

Heitor Villa-Lobos - Dance of The White Indian

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Tony Murena & Louis Peguri - Joyeux Vagabond

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Oscar Peterson - Laurentide Waltz (from The “Canadiana” suite)

Con Conrad & Herb Magidson - Midnight in Paris (bolero)

Samuel Barber - Adagio from String Quartet No. 1

Pietro Frosini - Love Smiles

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Darius Milhaud - Suite Anglaise

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2 Reviews of the recent Eastbourne Accordion Festival
Oct., 21, 2007

 EASTBOURNE ACCORDION FESTIVAL

OCTOBER 2007 

Beautiful Eastbourne - Classic Festival!
 

Oleg Sharov - A relaxed accordionist Genius!

If you were not at the Eastbourne Festival from 12-15 October you missed a fabulous experience. John and Jackie Romero really excelled themselves this year and treated us all to a truly remarkable programme.  What a line-up of artists and teachers!  We were dazzled by a feast of talent and kept busy from the time breakfast finished until long after midnight - well into the small hours.   

From the moment we arrived we knew this weekend was going to be a blast.  We had been into the town and bought a free-standing towel rail, complete with towel, and walked into the Cumberland Hotel to be greeted by ‘You'll be wanting a rub down with a wet lettuce then?’  Sometimes you meet a person who makes a big impression on you and thus it was we met George Syrett.  Of course we did not know who it was at the time but his cheeky smile and infectious good humour worked its irresistible charm and we were in love!  But then we spotted Harry Hussey and we are in love with him too – what is a girl to do?

The concert programme was thrilling with superb performances every evening.  Harry Hussey got things started on Friday afternoon and put us all in a great mood before dinner.  The evening concert was a treat – George Syrett, Mauro Carra, Julie Best and Jean Corrighan and Murray Grainger all played superbly.  Murray introduced the Roland accordion range and gave a fascinating demonstration of their capabilities.  Unfortunately he had to leave early on Sunday and so this was the only chance we had to hear him.  The others played every evening.  The young Italian, Mauro Carra, played many virtuoso pieces which were very exciting and his fingers became a blur as they raced up and down the keyboard at breathtaking speed with amazing accuracy.  World class playing indeed.  Whatever his fee, it was many thousands of notes to the pound, no doubt.  Julie Best treated us to some beautiful playing and luckily she had persuaded Jean Corrighan to return as her duet partner, giving us all a first-class demonstration of skilful duetting. They had travelled 399.7 miles on Friday and were still fresh and lovely to listen to.   Of course, the ever popular and well-loved Harry Hussey was there, performing in his own unique way until the audience ran out of titles.  George Syrett was, well, George Syrett: full of fun and dazzling the audience with his high kicks – we liked the playing and singing too! 

On Saturday the great Oleg Sharov joined us.  He talked about musical education in Russia in his seminar and answered questions about various techniques which he demonstrated and, of course, made it all look so easy.  Everyone was eager to hear his recitals in the evenings and he did not disappoint.  What can we say about Oleg except that it was a privilege to see and hear him perform?  Such musical playing, the incredible timbres and colours of his beautiful Russian accordion, his total mastery of the instrument and the huge variety of styles from Bach to the A Train, plus Russian folk melodies, Piazzolla  (‘Oblivion’ – fabulous), the funny ‘Telephone Talking’ and popular pieces like ‘Carnival of Venice’ as well as his own arrangement of ‘The Blue Danube’. 

On Saturday morning, work started for everyone: first the orchestra with Jean Hanger who quickly sorted us all out with parts and whipped us into shape: with only two practices before the performance on Sunday afternoon there was no time to lose.  Then straight into a session with Alastair Cameron for a busy hour of lively Scottish music, followed immediately by an hour with Angie Lukins who gave us a great session of music and produced some quackers to add sound effects to the tune ‘Ugly Duckling’.  A three hour non-stop session – what happened to the coffee break, John?  We had to work even harder for the same sessions on Sunday morning too – still no coffee and no time for a pit stop either!!

 

Each afternoon there was ample opportunity for guests to perform as well as listen. The session hosted by George Syrett was great fun and some of his introductions added to the entertainment, whilst Harry could not resist joining in during his session on Sunday.  Many brave souls had a go and all were encouraged and appreciated, from very young beginners to talented professionals including Rosemary Wright.  We actually had time for a tea break in the afternoons – how civilised - during which the young and talented George Bennett stole our hearts with his blend of music and humour.  And he is so gorgeous!  (We call him Gorgeous Georgeous). 

In addition there were various seminars taken by Harry Hussey (jazz), Alastair Cameron (Scottish), Trevani (Klezmer) and Mauro Carra, assisted by Gennaro Fiondella who translated, as well as tuition for absolute beginners by Sue Bennett, lunchtime concerts in the bar and many opportunities to get help and advice from all the artists as well as from the various trade stand personnel who were happy for us to try their beautiful instruments, even if we were not serious buyers, and there was plenty of music to buy from Trevani’s well stocked shop too.  We also had the chance to get advice on repairs, tuning and general maintenance from experts such as Stan Mayhew and Alan Young. 

The last evening came all too soon with another wonderful concert and the raffle on behalf of John and Jackie’s pet charity, Winston’s Wish which was followed by an amazing pro jam session featuring all the artists strutting their stuff and clearly having fun. All that remained was to have breakfast on the Monday morning, enjoy the final farewell concert and say goodbye to new and old friends. 

Roll on February 15-18th 2008, the next Eastbourne Festival.  We have booked already (and for the October 10-13th 2008) because these events are too good to miss.   Get your place reserved early as they are sure to be a sell out.  Don’t forget to bring something for the raffle, Winston’s Wish is a really deserving charity.  The fantastic news is that there will be an extra EMF Accordion Festival in September 2008 at St Audries.   

For all details contact John Romero: www.eastbourne-music-festivals.co.uk    

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Finally  many, many thanks to John and Jackie Romero for organising these festivals so well and to the Cumberland Hotel for looking after us.  Great artists, great venue, great food and the opportunity to meet old and new accordion friends – what more can anyone want. 

Rene Mairis and Lilian Scaddan,   Isle of Wight

Eastbourne Accordion Festival 12th - 15th October 2007 - Report by Mary Knight

For me October Eastbourne Music Festival  2007 had the WOW!! factor, it started a week before with a letter from John & Jackie welcoming me to the festival,explaining about parking, and if necessary a porter would assist me with my luggage,a blessing with an accordion and all those clothes . 
 From the moment I came through the door of the hotel reception,I got that special first class services feeling with an introduction pack handed to me which contained all the music I would need for the weekend orchestra's plus a bar of chocolate, an "Accordion Today" magazine and lots of other goodies.
Jackie & John were there to meet and greet everyone with a welcoming cup of tea or cofee and a selection of delicious cakes all served by a posh waiter. 
The programme commenced with our own Harry Hussey who delighted us, with unrelenting "audience chosen tunes" which were picked from the air by request .

The wonderful George Syrett who was of course Brilliant and always showed a tremendous love of the accordion and to all who played the instrument at whatever level,he continued to entertain us throughout the entire weekend often acting as a compere.

Friday evening concert was blessed with the wonderful and magical playing of Mauro Carra, Julie Best & Jean Corrighan (who were superb) and  Murray Grainger who demonstrated a selection of Roland Digital Accordions and  the guests and Harry Hussey busked into the small wee hours of saturday morning (3am to be precise).
 
 On Saturday morning after a splendid buffet breakfast we were all seated in the ballroom, eager to go for it with the Orchestra's sessions, firstly Jean Hanger with her lovely enthusiasm launched the large group of accordionists immediately into two pieces of music which we managed to tackle amidst laughter and general friendly bantering.

Alastair Cameron also took no time in setting the pace for the Scottish music and was very pleased with the way that we (30 plus students) quickly got the style he wanted thanks to his friendly encouragement and professionalism .

Then to finish the busy morning session Angie Lukins delighted all of the students with her jigs & reels and sing-a-long music,what fun we all had as Angie constantly had us in stitches with her quacking kazoos and plenty of audience participation.

Sue Bennett with her friendly and unique method of tuition and encouragement took the beginners group, and Trevani "Jump and Rest" with his students also used the first floor lobby teaching area.

George  Syrett hosted the Guest Concert in the afternoon followed by young 11yr old George Bennett  who entertained during the tea break on his hi-tech keyboard which everyone loved , we all reminisced with new and old tunes performed by George's in his own very talented  way .

That wonderful guest artist Oleg Sharov filled us with astonishment and amazement with his incredible technique and skills, many other wonderful musical  things happened during this exciting weekend which sadly ended too quickly.

 I would like to just finish up by saying a big thank you to all the lovely people that I have met and the new  friends that I have made during this wonderful weekend  .

 My special thanks go to John & Jackie Romero who are so concerned that everyone enjoyed the weekend and are honest trustworthy family people who have a love of music and in particular the accordion.
 
 I can't wait for the next accordion festival at Eastbourne in February then October and a new one at St Audries as well .
 
Mary Knight - Worthing West Sussex

 

Isle of Skye Accordion & Fiddle Festival Dates
Oct., 21, 2007

Isle of Skye Accordion & Fiddle Festival

Dates for your Diary!

22nd/23rd/24th May 2008 Click here for theMusic Festival Page

Isle of Skye Accordion & Fiddle Club 
6 Storr Terrace 
PORTREE
Isle of Skye  IV51 9LT

Tel: 01478-613451
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Mark Bousie plays for ‘Fiddler on the Roof’
Oct., 21, 2007

Mark Bousie
 A new production of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ at the Savoy Theatre, London, involves former UK Accordion Champion Mark Bousie.  The accordion part for this production is greatly enhanced, primarily due to a reduction in the size of the orchestra to 10 musicians.   The show now features a cast album CD, available at the theatre or via the show website.  For further information email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Savoy Theatre
Savoy Court
London
WC2R 0ET    Box Office: 0870 164 8787   http://tinyurl.com/yvvy6b

Born in Perth, Scotland, Mark Bousie has directed and performed music for numerous National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company productions working along the way with composers such as Jonathan Dove, Steve Edis, Olly Fox, Michael Nyman, Joby Talbot and Gary Yershon. Mark's West End credits include Evita, Jumpers and, currently, Fiddler On The Roof. He has performed live with such diverse artists as Lisa Stansfield, The Nash Ensemble (BBC Proms 2006) and The Joby Talbot Band. Film recordings include Penelope, Sixty Six and as a soloist, Around The World In Eighty Days. TV includes Manchester Passion (BBC3). Studio credits include the Evita 2006 London Cast Recording and Aluminium - an album of avant-garde orchestral arrangements of songs by Jack White. Mark is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music.  

Book tickets to the show - Please Click Here!

 

Book here for Caister
Oct., 21, 2007

 

Accordions International Caister

Thursday 1st - Monday 5th November 2007  
Caister Holiday Park
Ormesby Road
Caister-on-Sea
Great Yarmouth
NR30 5NQ
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Artistes include:-
Giancarlo Caporilli (Italy)
Bernadette Conlon (Australia)
Accodemia (Vladimir Ushakov,Svetlana Stavitskaya, Sergei Likhachov - Russia)
Harry Hussey - Gary Blair - Bert Santilly - Amaryllis - Romano Viazzani - Norvic Concordia
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This is an annual event for accordion lovers of all ages not to be missed!
Organised by Heather Smith - The Accordion Profile Magazine
Tel: 0044 (0) 1482 - 805387
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Caister - The friendly festival !
 

Stockport A/C Newsletter - Sep/Oct
Oct., 21, 2007

Stockport Accordion Club Newsletter - September/October2007

Hello Everybody,
 As September dawns a number of concert dates and events for the club are on the horizon, and these are outlined in this newsletter.  First of these is our next Club Night concert on Wednesday September 12th, featuring the long overdue return of the irrepressible Harry Hussey.  Harry is the only accordionist I know who is brave and talented enough to do entire concerts playing only audience requests, and his facility for instant improvisation has to be seen to be believed!  We need players to do short spots, so please bring your instruments…  Admission is £4, we begin at 8pm, and the venue is Woodley Methodist Church, Chapel Street/A560 Hyde Road, Woodley, Stockport, Cheshire SK6 1BL.  By motorway, take J25 on the M60, follow the Bredbury signs, and then go left at the traffic lights just after MacDonalds.   All are welcome.
 The September Club Night also sees the first public appearance of An A to Z of the Accordion, Volume 3.  The new book is largely in the style of the previous volumes, though this time some of the pictures are in colour.  It includes several lengthy, in-depth articles and biographies, including Accordion Clubs, Accordions – Then & Now, Accordion Festivals Revisited, Accordion Tunings, Accordions in the Theatre, The Art of Busking, The Art of Conducting (Brian Jenkins), Bal Musette, Fiddler on the Roof (Rosemary Wright), From Russia With Love, Irish Ceili Bands, Johnny Handle’s Accordion Tales, Memorising & Aural Training (Gerald Crossman), The Musical Heritage of Thomas Hardy, Practising (three archive articles, by Pearl Fawcett-Adriano, Toralf Tollefsen and Ken Hacking), Record Reviews, Roland Virtual Accordion(Mike O’Regan), Scottish Dance Bands, Stockport Accordion Club, Tales & Trivia, Vocal Accompaniment (Jack Emblow), Why Not Use Those Couplers?, The White Heather Club, Writing & Arranging (G. Crossman), plus various others.  Biographies include: Ronald Binge, Wolmer Beltrami, Craig Bradley, Charles Camilleri, Lindsay Garvin, Gorni Kramer, John Leslie, Jean-Louis Noton, the Petulengros (Langtons), and many, many more.  Peter Ayers, Julie Best, Johnny Coleclough, Norman English, Jean Hanger, Raymond Jones and Heather Smith have all written/contributed their own stories.  I have been working on this book night and day (literally!) for over a year, and hope for your continued support.  The price is £15 + £4 p/p, from me at 42 Avondale Road, Edgeley, Stockport SK3 9NY.

 Walter Perrie is the guest at Leyland Accordion Club, The Priory Club, Broadfield Drive, Leyland, Lancashire, on Wednesday, September 19th, 8pm.  
The Weaver Valley Accordion Band celebrate their 25th Anniversary Year with a Gala Concert on Friday September 28th, 7.30pm, featuring Pearl Fawcett-Adriano.  The concert takes place at Frodsham Community Centre, Fluin Lane, Frodsham, Cheshire WA6 7QN.  Also on the bill, the WVAB will be performing pieces from their new CD, which was recorded earlier this year.  The Mayor of Frodsham will be opening the evening and during the interval Ken Farran, the Musical Director, will be cutting a celebratory cake, which has been donated by the family of Anne Kearney who died earlier this year of cancer.  Anne was, of course, a member of both the WVAB and Stockport AC.  The tickets cost £6 (price includes refreshments), and can be obtained from Chris Green on 01925 757660, mobile 07759211362, or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Organ & accordion festival: Annan Hotel, Llandudno - October 1st/5th - Harry Hussey and organists Andrew Seddon & Ian Wolstenholme.  Contact: Alan Venn - 01204 840 279.
On Tuesday October 30th the Stockport AC Orchestra are the guests at Chester Accordion Club, which meets at The Castrol Club, Chester Road, Whitby, Ellesmere Port, 7.30 pm. Telephone Lyn McCallum: 0151 339 9850; email - This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Fancy a weekend guaranteed to lift your spirits and get you away from the stresses of everyday life?  ‘Accordions International 2007’ takes place from November 1st/5th at Haven Holiday Park, Caister, Norfolk.  Concerts, workshops, dancing, playing, trade show, meeting/making friends. The guest list to date reads: Vladimir Ushakov, Svetlana Stavitskia and Sergei Likhachov (Russia), Bernadette Conlon (Australia), Giancarlo Caporilli (Italy), Gary Blair, Harry Hussey, Amaryllis, Romano Viazzani, Bert Santilly and Norvic Concordia.  Contact organiser Heather Smith: 01482 805 387; email - This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it    No wonder the late Malcolm Gee described Caister as “A total indulgence in accordions”!  Marj & I have now booked, and the club has some forms.
On December 7th the SAC Band & Orchestra are at the Broken Cross Institute, Macclesfield, for our annual Christmas charity bash.  Tel: John Jones on 01625 618 691. 
The July Club Night starred Craig Bradley, whose programme included: Valse Triste, Carnival of Venice (Frosini), Valse a Deddy (E. Carrara), Monastery at Ferapont  (V. Solotaryov), Russian Cowboy (V. Chernikov), La Campanella (Paganini/arr Wurthner), Slow Waltz (Lundquist), Bus Ride (Decoursey), Day's End (Fleming), Caravan (Ellington / Tizol – arr V. Novikov), and Polka and Cock Fight from Small Suite (Derbenko).  Craig also played two duets with our resident concertina ace John Nixon: Song For Joss (Alain Musichini/ arr R. Galliano) and Magic Fingers (C. Camilleri).  Once Craig relaxed into his performance, he gave an authoritative and engaging display that brought out the best in his selections.  He also made many interesting comments about his programme and his B system button accordion, and its many sophisticated coupler combinations.  The concert also featured supporting contributions from Rob, Chris/Betty, Ray, Helen (Miles), Scott Bradley, Dugald, Anne, Peter, Chris/Derek (Pritchard), and Walter Perrie.
Craig Bradley teaches button and piano accordion, and piano, and can be contacted on 0161 972 0248, mobile 07962 887 588 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
In early July I received an invitation, which came as a great surprise, to Danielle Pauly’s wedding reception in Paris on July 7th when she married Jean-Philippe Laruelle.  John and Monique Sworack, who had Danielle stay with them when she was our guest in 1997, also received an invitation.  Sadly, none of us could be there, though we all wish the couple every happiness, and hope that Danielle will play for us again one day.  I’d love to know who else reading this received an invitation!  
It is quite a few years since Harry Hussey played for us, though some of us saw him a couple of years ago as the guest at Stockport Organ & Keyboard Club.  Harry is undoubtedly one of the most popular accordionists in the country, and highly respected by his fellow musicians.  Often referred to as a jazz accordionist, Harry actually plays expertly across a variety of styles, and is quite an entertainer.  Come and see for yourself – Harry will just amaze you!   In the meantime, keep squeezing…
Rob Howard (0161) 480 8858; email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
Morley College News
Oct., 5, 2007
Morley College London
 Hi Folks, Just to remind you that Accordions at Morley has its first meeting of 
the academic year on Friday (5th October),  6.30 for 7.00 as usual.You will have a chance to see the video of the lunchtime concert we did in July.
Julie has asked if you could please bring back all your band/group 
music.  She is reorganising it, and there is no sense in people 
hanging on to odd parts that we are no longer playing.  (It takes a 
long time to photocopy additional parts, apart from the waste of the 
world's resources!)
As you know, we have a masterclass and concert from Oleg Sharov the 
following Friday 12th October.
Hope to see you!
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Milos Milivojevic @ Leeds College of Music - Free Concert
Oct., 5, 2007
Milos Milivojevic
A fantastic accordionist - Milos Milivojevic will be playing at Leeds College of Music in the Leeds International Concert series on Sunday 11th November at 1pm - there is free entry.
Leeds College of Music is: 3 Quarry Hill, Leeds LS2 7PD.Milos will be playing with the Kosmos trio and a bassist called Jonny Gee. Repertoire includes Klezmer, music from Greece & Turkey, and classics such as Brahms’ ‘Hungarian Dances’ and Monti’s ‘Czardas'.All are welcome,please support Milos!
Accordion Showcase - Skipton
Oct., 5, 2007


The Craven Accordion Orchestra will be performing in concert at Skipton Town Hall Saturday 13th October.
 
Formed in 1993, by the Principal and Musical Director, Harry Hinchcliffe, the Orchestra has achieved many accolades throughout the years.  The Orchestra consists of varied abilities from novice up to musicians of the highest level, some of whom are National Champions in their own right.

The Craven Accordion Orchestra’s programme contains a varied selection of old and new music that will appeal to all tastes; from light classical to modern film theme music, and traditional to the big band sound.

Also featuring on the concert will be an ensemble which features some of the younger up and coming players, many of whom have competed at National level with very pleasing results.   

The concert starts at 7.30 pm.  Tickets are priced at £5 and £3.50 for concessions. To reserve tickets please ring 01729 840137 or 01535 635074.

few tickets are left for "An Accordion Variety Show" @ Cranleigh Surrey
Oct., 5, 2007
Harry Hussey
Harry Hussey - Amaryllis - Gennaro Fiondella - The Crawley Accordion Orchestra  Friday 5th October - 7.30pm
1, High Street
Cranleigh
Surrey
 
Advance reservations please calll Bill Booth 01483- 274951
Some tickets remain on a first come, first served basis - plse call bill Booth asap to avoid dissapointment!
 
 
 
NAO Northwest Area Championships
Oct., 5, 2007
NAO Northwest Area Accordion Championships 
Sunday 25th November 2007
The Marine Hall,
The Esplanade,
Fleetwood,
Lancashire
FY7 6HF

This event is combined with the Blackpool & Wyre Accordion Festival  (Est.1988)

"64 competition sections".

All enquiries via the organiser please:-
Gina Brannelli

01253 778764  -  01253 822046
Web: www.accordionsonline.com 
Rosemary Wright @ Guildford Friday 21st September
Oct., 5, 2007
 
Ripley Village Hall
Nr Guildford
 
Frid 21st September 2007
Doors open at 7.00pm
 
Admission is just £3.00
Includes free tea/coffee and biscuits
There will be a club raffle
Information: John Cumiskey 020 8546 1767
Directions/Map:-  http://tinyurl.com/2wrvpy
 
All are welcome at this friendly accordion club!
 
Please bring along your accordions for our play-along sessions!
Report - Gordon Glenn @ Middlesbrough Concert Success!
Oct., 5, 2007
Gordon Glenn at The Accordion Workshop 8th Sep '07
 - GORDON GLENN  at the Accordion Workshop Stainton Memorial Hall
Middlesbrough on 8th Sept '07.
Tom Baines, who organised and compered the concert, introduced Gordon
on his third visit to the club. Supporting Gordon from the group were
Les Kerridge solo, Lee Taylor solo, David Rodway and Olive Rose  and
Rob and Margaret Trigg duets and Tom Baines Barry Welburn Campbell
Davidson and David Armstrong played a quartet.
Gordon took the stage with a classical tango,a Harry Hussey jazzed up
version of "don't blame me" leading on to his arrangement of Rodrigo's
" Concierto de Aranjuez" normally written for guitar/orchestra
Gordon moved smoothly on to negro spirituals, and a group favorite
"under Paris skies,".
Umbrella man in Paris arranged by his late friend Glyn Evans provided
a great French atmosphere. He played several Charles Magnante's
arrangements "what a difference a day makes"  and "yours" with a great
swing sound.
His final number "Dance of the Comedians"brought the house down on a
truly profesional performance.
He will be welcomed back in the near future. Report by Tom Baines - This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

The photo above shows:- L-R    Back row  Barry Welburn,Campbell Davidson,Rob Trigg,David Armstrong,David Rodway,Olive Rose and Lee Taylor.
Front row  Tom Baines,Les Kerridge,Gordon Glenn and Margaret Trigg.      

Oleg @ Uxbridge
Oct., 5, 2007
We are pleased to announce that the fantastic Russian virtuoso accordionistOleg Sharov will be appearing at the Uxbridge Accordion Club  for a very special club night on:- Thursday 18th October 2007UB7 7HGThe venue is the Anglers Retreat (Rear Function Room)Cricketfield Road - Swan Road - West Drayton - Middx - Close to J4/M4For "door to door" directions to the Anglers Retreat from your postcode please click this link   UB7 7HG or set your Sat-Nav ! Doors Open @ 7.30pm - Admission is just £4.00Licensed Bar & Club RaffleInfo: David & Angie Lukins on 01895 - 235601Information via email:-    This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  Web: www.ukaccordions.comUxbridge Accordion Club usually meets on the 2nd monday of every month , this month (October) the meeting will be held on thursday 18th October - All are welcome !
Alan Young - Accordion Repairs & Tuning
Oct., 5, 2007
Alan YoungALAN YOUNG (son of the late Arthur Young) (Accordionist - Repairer & Tuner) All types of accordions repaired & tuned!(piano accordions - button accordions - melodeons)

CONTINENTAL TUNING -STRAIGHT (DOUBLE OCTAVE) TUNING
BELLOWS REPAIRED - AMPLIFICATION - MUSETTE CONVERSIONS

Rough estimates can be provided over the phone, but an accurate quotation  can only be given after I have examined the instrument. Please call me on this number!  Tel: 01983 - 616240 Alan Young16 CROSS STREET
OAKFIELD
RYDE
ISLE OF WIGHT
PO33 1EH
UNITED KINGDOM Email:    This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  Click here to view Alan Young's Web Page! "Long Established Business - Quality Workmanship" Next Day - UK - Collection & Delivery Service available!
Gino Pietro Fiondella
Oct., 5, 2007
They start them young in West Sussex!  Gino Pietro Fiondella  was born on the 29th March 2006.His father Gennaro Fiondella is a professional accordionist , teacher,composer & arranger with an accordion school in Worthing, West Sussex.www.accordionschool.co.uk   This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .Tel: 01903 - 202590
Gary Blair 9th Tour Down South Feb 2008
Sep., 29, 2007
 
Gary Blair will be making his 9th "Tour Down South" from the 6th - 18th February 2008.
Gary Blair is very popular with the folks "down south" and his audiences increase in numbers each year with additional venues being added ,reflecting the demand to see and hear this talented Renfrew Musician. Next year the tour has been extended to almost 2 weeks compared to its original 2 days back in February 2000.

Tour Itinerary:
 
Wed 6th - Fairkytes A/C - Essex 
Info: Val or Johnny 01708 - 225 313

Frid 8th - Private Ceilidh -  Essex

Sat 9th - Private Ceilidh - Ovingdean, Brighton
 
Sun 10th - Manor Field - School Ceilidh
Burgess Hill, West Sussex
Info: Ron & Sue  01444 - 239 656

Mon 11th Uxbridge A/C - Middx
Info: David & Angie  01895 -235 601

Tues 12th - Verwood Memorial Hall - Dorset 
with Hans & Helga & George Bennett
Info: Bob Downer - 01202 - 885 192 

Thurs 14th - Harlow A/C - Essex 
with Harlow Accordion Band
Info: Jean Hanger  01279 - 432 830

Frid 15th - Mon 18th - Eastbourne Accordion Festival
Artists to be announced - with Gary Blair Jnr.
Info: John & Jackie 01323 - 733 700

Mon 18th - Club Accord - Birmingham with Gary Blair Jnr.
Info: Poppy Middleton 0121 - 743 6637
 
Tour information/bookings please contact Ron on 07999 - 886726
An A to Z of the Accordion and related instruments - Volume 3 (Reviews)
Sep., 29, 2007
  Book Review - An A to Z of the Accordion and related instruments - Volume 3 by Rob HowardIn December 2003, when I reviewed volume 1 of Rob Howard's A-Z of the Accordion, I said, "What is remarkable is the style of writing, which always remains easy to read and yet interesting. Although the articles have been written by various writers they maintain a high standard of clarity and accuracy throughout, which is a tribute to Rob's editing and the proof reading of his wife Marj and daughter Jane." I then finished my review with, "The book can be used as a reference book, simply dipped into by reading certain articles or read in its entirety. All entries are very readable and of interest to the accordionist. This is a book that has filled a void in the accordion scene in Britain where, although there have been a number of magazines published over the years, there has been no one reference publication that one can learn about the instrument and its place in British society. Fortunately this has been filled by an excellent book, which I cannot praise too highly." To my amazement Rob then came up with a second volume in November 2005. I was pleased to be able to say of this, "I have now received my copy of Volume 2 and am happy to learn that it is as good in every way as Volume 1 and, of course, a completely new book with entirely new material.Those who have a copy of Volume 1 and/or Volume 2 need only be assured that volume 3 admirably lives up to the high standard of previous volumes and they will surely be eager to get a copy of Rob's latest work. I am amazed that after learning so much about the accordion movement in "the British Isles" in volume 1 and then even more about the movement in "Great Britain and Ireland.. and a look beyond these shores" in Volume 2 that there was enough material to write a third volume. Happily, I was wrong, because Rob is one of those devotees who, with a "degree of zeal that verges on the fanatical" (I quote from page 239 of Volume 3), has a detective-like ability and perseverance to uncover material of great interest. He asked me whether I had any suggestions for inclusion in the new volume and as a result was delighted to find interesting articles on Arthur Bell and Eric Winstone, complete with photographs. There are also many other such nostalgic articles that remind me of personalities from the accordion world in which I grew up and some of which I had never known, but nonetheless find fascinating to read.
As with previous volumes, it is not only a reference book containing many biographies, but it also contains useful articles for those wishing to improve their knowledge and playing abilities. Some of those aimed at performance include Memorising and Aural Training (Gerald Crossman), Practising - three separate articles, (Pearl Fawcett-Adriano, Toralf Tollefsen and Kenneth Hacking), Technique (Charles Camilleri), Vocal Accompaniment (Jack Emblow), Writing and Arranging (Gerald Crossman), How To Adjust Your Accordion Straps Correctly (Roger Nightingale) and Medley Mania (John Kirkpatrick). Those providing information about the instrument include Accordions Tunings (Graham Romani), Couplers (Rob Howard) and Roland Virtual Accordion (Mike O'Regan). There are also many interesting articles about accordion activities, such as Accordion Clubs, Accordion Festivals, The Auvergne, Bal Musette, Busking, Cajun & Zydeco, The 'Fiddler on the Roof' Experience, Going Out Gigging, Morris Dancing, Recordings, Record Reviews, Russian Accordionists in the UK, Accordions in the Theatre, Irish Accordion Association, Ireland's Ceili Bands, Northern Ireland's Accordion Heritage, Orkney & Shetland and Scottish Dance Bands. I especially enjoyed reading the historic visits by English accordionists to other countries, such as Adrian Dante's American Journey in 1949, Gerald Crossman's diary account of his 11-day Trip to Paris in 1950 (when his return rail fare cost £12 and he returned with £20 unspent, out of a total £50 currency allowance), his subsequent Visit to America in 1950 when he met many luminaries of the American accordion scene (but to his great disappointment missed visiting the broadcast studio at 7.30am to see Pietro Frosini perform because "owing to too many late nights, I just couldn't get out of bed in time!") and Pearl Fawcett-Adriano's Historic Tour  of  1976 to the USSR.
  In format and size this volume is identical to volume 2 with 240 pages printed on high quality glossy paper. (Volume 1 has 256 pages.) Whereas volumes 1 and 2 were printed in black and white, with just the covers printed in colour, in volume 3 there are seven pages containing coloured 32 photographs. Volume 1 contains about 100 photographs and nearly 300 articles, Volume 2 has 250 photographs 200+ articles and Volume 3 has 250 photographs and pictures and 200 articles.
  These statistics give no indication of the readability of the latest publication, which is of the highest order. Although the book can be used as a reference book or simply dipped into by reading certain articles it can easily be read in its entirety. This is what I did and it sustained my interest throughout, no doubt due to its excellent editing and the varied articles submitted by numerous contributors.
  As the final article states, "Despite its low public profile, the accordion doggedly retains an intensely loyal following amongst it devotees that usually surprises those new to the instrument." It is comforting to discover in the wealth of articles in this book that there are, and have been, so many other devotees to the instrument apart from those that one already knows.
  Once again I can enthusiastically recommend this latest volume as essential reading for all those who play or enjoy the sound of the accordion. .............       Peter Ayers, MD Norvic Concordia -  August 2007
 Book Review - An A to Z of the Accordion and related instruments - Volume 3  by Rob Howard
 
Just when you thought it was safe to resume your social life Rob's done it again. A third 240-page masterpiece packed with facts and (over 200) photographs which, together with Volumes 1 and 2 creates a lasting record of everything that's been happening in our accordion world for the last 70 years. Although it may be just over a year since Volume 2 appeared, again it's Rob's tireless enthusiasm and dedication over a lifetime that is encapsulated in these books. Basically we have a very readable reference book with probably everything you would ever want to know about "accordion-lore" in the UK (and in many cases beyond).
Once again Scotland is well represented with articles on Billy Anderson, Bill Black, Sandy Brechin, John Carmichael, John Crawford, Ian Cruickshanks, Colin Dewar, Graham Geddes, Gregor Lowrie, Ian Lowthian, Roya MacLean, Iain MacPhail, Fergie, McDonald, Ian Muir's (both of them), Tom Orr, Morag Robertson, Donald Shaw, Emily Smith, and many others. From a Scottish perspective it's good to have so many current names appearing since there tends to be an assumption beyond our borders that accordion music started and finished with Sir Jimmy.      
  This together with the English and International accordion stars, plus the historical articles by accordion greats such as Adrian Dante's American Journey, Gerald Crossman's Visit to America, and a wealth of other accordion (and occasionally harmonica) related odds and ends make this book a superb read. But if you have Volumes 1 and 2 you'll know already that Rob has a winning formula.
  Copies of the reprinted Volumes 1 and 2 are still available. No-one who has Volumes 1 and 2 will hesitate to add this to their collection and for those of you who haven't started yet, now's the time.
  Full marks to Rob for the endless hours he must have ploughed into this project - going where no man dared to go before - and giving us all a fascinating record of how the accordion has developed to the point we find ourselves at today.  ............ Charlie Todd, Box & Fiddle, Scotland
 
Sauf - Riverains
Sep., 29, 2007
sur le site www.wat.tv/Sauf-Riverains  En concert Le 3 Novembre 2007Vous voyagerez tout au long du spectacle d’ambiance swing, vers des instants de musique classique.Merci
Milos Milivojevic
Sep., 29, 2007
Milos Milivojevic
OCTOBER

October 3rd 08:00 PM - Hexham Abbey Festival, Yorkshire
Hexham Abbey, Beaumont St, NE46 3NB, Hexham, Northeast NE46 3NB - £12/£8
Milos Milivojevic, Kosmos ensemble with bassist Jonny Gee Repertoire from Klezmer and music from Greece, Turkey in addition to classics like Brahms Hungarian Dances and Monti’s Czardas. Their programme presents these haunting melodies with a passion and flair that has earned them a full diary of bookings and accolades from all over Europe.www.hexhamabbey.org.uk/festivalBox Office: 01434 652 477

October 5th at St Andrews, GrintonSwaledale Festival
Kosmos Trio, Milos Milivojevic and Jonny Gee on bass. Tickets £10; £5 (for students and children under 18) Tickets available from the Festival office from early September
http://www.swaledale-festival.org.uk/kosmos.html
NOVEMBER

November 1st 07:30 PM – Kosmos, Milos Milivojevic and bassist Jonny Gee.
Clayhiddon Village Hall, Devon, Clayhidden, Southwest - free
Concert in the Southwest courtesy of ‘Super Act’.

November 11th 01:00 PM
LEEDS INTERNATIONAL CONCERT SERIES
Milos Milivojevic, Kosmos Trio, and Bassist Jonny Gee
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Radio Fremantle needs your help!
Sep., 29, 2007
 
Robert Gesmundo
 Hi UKAO, My name is Robert Gesmundo and I produce and present a 2 hour weekly programme on a local community radio station in Fremantle Western Australia.
It goes to air every Tuesday evening from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm (Perth time) in English and Italian.
At approx 8.00 pm I present a 30 minutes segment called "The World of the Accordion" and this is dedicated exclusively to the accordion worlwide.The segment has been on air for over 6 years and is well received worldwide via the internet www.radiofremantle.com  then go to Archives and follow the prompts to selecting Tuesday 7.00pm to 8.00 pm or 8.00 pm to 9.00pm.
The programme remains available for seven days until it is over-written by the new programme on the Tuesday. The reason for my email is to advise you so that accordion enthusiasts can enjoy it and also should there be any accordion players that wants to send me their CDs it will be my pleasure to feature them on the programme.
My postal address is;
Robert Gesmundo
"World of the Accordion"
The Results Group,
Suite 15/7 The Esplanade,
Mt Pleasant  WA 6153

Looking forward to your comments,
Best Regards
Robert Gesmundo
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