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 "My life with the Accordion" by Ronald E. Hodgson - Chapters 1,2 & 3

"My Life With The Accordion" by Ronald E. Hodgson Ron Hodgson - 1958 Ron Hodgson - 2008I began playing the accordion when I was seven years old. I received an accordion for Christmas 1935.

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Monique - 29th June 2007
May, 24, 2007

 
   

Maddalena Belfiore Passes Away
May, 24, 2007
A legendary performer, teacher, and champion of the accordion, Maddalena Belfiore-Greco passed away last Friday. She began playing the accordion at age five and went on to study with some of the greatest accordion teachers, including Sanford Hertz, Charles Nunzio, Eugene Ettore, and Pietro Frosini. She eventually attended Julliard and, at age 17, gave a recital at Carnegie Hall.

Belfiore-Greco also authored several accordion technique books, including the Myron Floren Method books (in collaboration with Myron) and three seminal works on the bellows shake. In 1958, she opened the Belfiore Accordion School in her hometown of Kearny, NJ, and judged numerous international and national music competitions. In a recent interview, her advice to accordion students emphasized the importance of performing in public:

“Listen to your teacher, and very important - practice! You have to have goals. Also, what happens today (different from when I studied) is that no one has a chance to play any place. I used to play at all these Clubs and Organizations, and that doesn’t happen so much any more I feel… We used to play any place we could. It was all part of the teaching and learning process. Kids going out to play publicly is probably the best lesson they could ever learn!”

In 1971, after several years on the Board of Directors, Belfiore-Greco became the first female president of the American Accordionists’ Association. She was also a longtime officer in the prestigious Confdration Internationale des Accordonistes (CIA) and was instrumental in bringing the 2007 Couple Mondiale accordion competition to the United States.

To learn more about Maddalena Belfiore-Greco’s life and impact on the accordion world, check out the thorough obituary at Accordion USA, as well as the fantastic interview mentioned above, which was conducted just last year. It includes some incredible old photos and news clippings of the extraordinary life of this accordion legend.

Accordion T-Shirt at Threadless
May, 23, 2007
Need some hip threads to wear to those summer accordion festivals we mentioned earlier?

The folks at Threadless have answered the call with a quirky new shirt called Deer Organ (designed by Daniel Lim), which depicts a young accordionist serenading a couple of deer. (Seems like accordions and deer, or at least accordion-playing reindeer, are a popular T-shirt theme these days.)

It’s definitely a conversation starter; and perhaps, finally a worthy replacement for that tattered “Myron Floren: 1982 World Tour” shirt you’re still wearing…

A Hawk, a Hacksaw and Hun Hangar
May, 23, 2007
We’ve mentioned A Hawk and a Hacksaw — the duo of accordionist/percussionist Jeremy Barnes (formerly of Neutral Milk Hotel) and violinist Heather Trost — here before. They play Eastern European-influenced gypsy/folk music and their latest album, When the Wind Blows was one of my favorites from last year.

Last November, Barnes traveled to Budapest and met a group of extraordinarily talented Hungarian folk musicians well-versed in a variety of musical styles including Serbian, Romanian, and Klezmer. The result of their collaboration is a new EP called A Hawk and a Hacksaw and the Hun Hangr Ensemble. It’s a vibrant collection, balancing driving, dance-worthy tunes with electic instrumentation, including pheonomenal cymbalom playing by Balzs Unger. (The cymbalom is a type of hammered dulcimer.)

The 8-song EP includes a bonus DVD with “An Introduction To A Hawk And A Hacksaw”, a documentary covering the band’s (practically) nonstop touring across Europe and the United States over the past two years. It’s also a limited edition run of 4,000, so grab it while you can, or pick up the digital version through iTunes.

A Hawk and a Hacksaw and the Hun Hangr Ensemble: Zozobra (MP3 download)

Steve Roxton at Derwentside - 29th March
May, 20, 2007
Steve Roxton - Accordionist Entertainer
is guest artist on Thursday 29th March 2007 at:-
 

The Concert Room
Castleside Working Mens Club
Near Consett
County Durham
 
Thursday 29th March 2007 - 7.45pm
 
Contact: Leslie lee - 01388 - 766186
 
Contact: Bill - 01207 - 505780
Steve Roxton Contact Information:-
 
Pearl Fawcett Adriano Guildford 20th April
May, 20, 2007
Pearl Fawcett - Adriano
is the very special guest artist at
The Guildford Accordion Club
Friday 20th April 2007
Doors Open at 7pm
Ripley Village Hall - Ripley
Near Guildford - Surrey
M25-J10/A3
Contact: John Cumiskey 
Update - Fisarmonica is First Again!
May, 20, 2007
Fisarmonica with Gary BlairFisarmonica - The UKAO owned greyhound has won her 12th race yesterday at The Oxford Stadium. Hot News - Hot News - Wednesday 14th March 2007Fisarmonica is running today at 16.28 hrs at The Oxford Stadium and has the number 1 red jacket (her preferred colour) - So lets wish her good luck again from all at UKAO!Monica (as she is affectionately known in the kennels) managed to squeeze past the other 5 greyhounds in presto time last night (3rd march) in a 6 bend 595metres race at the posh Oxford Greyhound Stadium ,she won impressively by over 3 lengths in a fast time of  38.00 seconds.Well done Fisarmonica!
Harry Hussey @ Guildford A/C June 15th
May, 18, 2007
Harry Hussey
 
is the very special guest artist at:-
 
on Friday 15th June 2007
 
For - "Albert's Surprise 90th Birthday Party Night"!

Doors Open at 7pm at The Ripley Village Hall - Ripley
Near Guildford - Surrey - GU23 6AJ
Directions:  M25-J10/A3
 
Information & Directions available from www.ukaccordions.com
 
Guildford Accordion Club member Albert Welvaert will be celebrating his 90th Birthday - Harry Hussey will be the extra special guest accordionist entertainer and all are welcome to join him in celebrating Albert's 90th birthday & sharing with the free tea-coffee biscuits and a piece of cake for everyone.
 
Albert used to fly DC3's during the Berlin Airlift and by coincidence Harry Hussey himself was also involved in the same event.
Harry Hussey (UK accordionist extraordinaire with a repertoire in excess of 10,000 tunes will endeavour to play as many requests as possible at Albert's party)!
 
Please bring along your accordions or any musical instrument to join in with Harry Hussey
 as he also will lead some musical play-along sessions.
Guildford accordion club compere John Cumiskey says "If you don't have a musical instrument - a comb and paper will be just fine"!
 
All are welcome to attend - a memorable fun night is guaranteed!
 
 
 
 
On the Edge With Kimmo Pohjonen
May, 15, 2007
If you prefer accordion music that doesn’t play by the rules, check out Paul Sullivan’s excellent biography of Finnish avant-garde/experimental accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen. Playing a 5-row chromatic accordion, Pohjonen uses electronic effects like samples and loops, as well as heavy doses of improvisation, to push his instrument into uncharted territory. In addition to his solo work, he has collaborated with percussionist/sampler Samuli Kosminen, the Kronos Quartet, and former King Crimson members Pat Mastelotto and Trey Gunn.“Sometimes it can be a bit strange for people that an accordion player is doing the kind of stuff that I am doing. But I’m getting such good feedback… I hear comments like, ‘I have never liked accordion, and this is the first time that I’ve liked some accordion music.’ And that is the best comment that you can get.”According to his site, Pohjonen’s mission is “to expand the capabilities, sound, performance, scope and experience of the accordion in many different settings to levels never before seen or heard.” Judge for yourself — here’s a video clip of Pohjonen performing solo in 2002:Kimmo Pohjonen: Keko
Emily Smith - News & Gigs !
May, 14, 2007
USA TOUR
I’ll now be on tour for the remainder of May on a tour largely made up of Scottish folk clubs. Some of the best laughs I’ve had on tour have been playing in folk clubs and village halls so I’m really looking forward to this tour. Since many clubs struggle to host bigger band line ups both space wise and financially, Jamie and I will be doing this tour as a duo which is a relatively new venture for us but one we’ve been working on for a while alongside the band gigs.
Our tour begins though with a concert in Sanquhar Town Hall, Dumfries & Galloway where we will play as a three piece with new addition to the band Ross Milligan. This will be Ross’s first performance with me in my home region.
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So I will leave you for this month with the Scottish tour dates coming up. After all the rushing around I’ve been doing lately I’m going to get outside into the great outdoors this afternoon and take the afternoon off!
Thanks for reading,
Emily x

Friday 18th May
SANQUHAR TOWN HALL
Beeswing, Dumfries & Galloway
7.30pm, Tickets £6
Box office: 01387 730261
As part of D&G Arts Association’s Rural Touring Project


Tuesday 22nd May
LEITH FOLK CLUB
Thistle Tavern, Baldridgeburn, Dunfermline
8.30pm
Box office: 01383 729673

Friday 25th May
GIRVAN FOLK CLUB
Crail Town Hall, Crail, Fife
8pm, Tickets £7
Box office:01333 312485 or 01333 451126
Or see: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~bm8/CFC/index.htm

Please note – for the 18th May show I will be accompanied by Jamie McClennan on Fiddle & Guitar and Ross Milligan on Guitar & Banjo.
For all other dates I will be accompanied by Jamie McClennan.


Ramon Ayala, El Rey Del Acordeon
May, 12, 2007
Whether your Cinco de Mayo plans involve joining the crowds at a local festival or simply enjoying a Corona at home, you’ll need a suitable soundtrack. Might I suggest something from the catalog of norteo accordion legend, Ramn Ayala?Known as “El Rey del Acordeon”, Ayala is a superstar on both sides of the border and through his distinctive accordion playing and songwriting, has set the standard for norteo music. In his forty year career, he has led two of norteo’s most successful conjuntos: first, Los Relampagos Del Norte (”Lightning Bolts of the North”) with singer Cornelio Reyna, and his current group, Los Bravos del Norte.Here’s a classic track off his greatest hits collection, Antologia de un Rey:Ramon Ayala: Mi Piquito de Oro (MP3 download)
Gary Blair returns to Constable Country
May, 12, 2007
Saturday 2nd June 2007
An afternoon accordion masterclass from 1pm with accordionist virtuoso Gary Blair (Renfrew) at
The Village Institute Hall, Higham Road, Stratford St Mary
 CO7 6JU
Followed in the evening with a Ceilidh and BBQ in The Marquee adjacent to the Institute Hall dancing to Gary Blair & The Haywainers between 7pm and 11pm
All are welcome!
 
 
The Accordion Shop at the Lifestyle Show
May, 11, 2007
The Lifestyle Show Internationalin Association with Expatriate Magazine  Saturday 17th March -10am - 5pmSunday  18th March - 10am - 5pm At Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands  Featuring A Fun Day For The Whole Famly!Over 100 Unique Vendors A Display of Accordions & Pianos from The Accordion Shop - Sunningdale - Chris Lovell & Angie LukinsLive EntertainmentEnjoy Crafts, Travel & FoodInternational Services ExpoState - of - the - Art Theatre Presentations Raffle & PrizesFascinating Exhibits & 3-D SimulatorBrooklands Museum ToursThe Concord Experience SHOW FEATURES
 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT:   Including the Russian 
    Music Academy (Musica Nova), international choirs,
    TASIS and ACS School Choirs. 

 SHOPPING EMPORIUM:  Including crafts, travel,
    food and drink stallsApply for Tickets Here!
   
RELAMPAGO en Fresno y San Francisco Sabado y Domingo
May, 10, 2007
Este Sabado 6 de Mayo y Domingo 07 de Mayo del 2007 Relampago estara presentandose en Fresno(05-06-07) y San Francisco(05-07-07) California ojala que los miembro de Reyes que radican por aquella areo nos puedan acompañar.
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Something Special for Me
May, 2, 2007
One of my favorite accordion-related books is the children’s book, Something Special for Me by Vera B. Williams. It’s about a girl named Rosa who has to make a very important decision: what special thing will she buy with the money her family gave her?She goes shopping with her mother and finds many things she likes, but nothing is exactly perfect. Crestfallen after many attempts to find the perfect item, her spirits are lifted by the sound of accordion music. A man playing accordion inspires her and she realizes what she special thing she wants! (Can you guess?)This is a great book for kids, and should be required reading for aspiring accordionists of all ages.
Cha Cha Jimenez w/ Joe Mora
May, 2, 2007
I would like to invite everybody to 'La Lomita Park' in McAllen, TX this Sunday at 6 pm for an evening with special guest, Cha Cha Jimenez and his accordionist, Joe Mora.




For driving directions, and other information, be sure to check my website, pepemaldonado.com, porque, 'Estamos en Tejas!'

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