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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

Polka Favorites

Latin Favorites

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

Filippo Marino - Cristina

Tony Murena & Louis Peguri - Joyeux Vagabond

Pietro Frosini - Spic and Span

Hans Brehme - Divertimento in F

Pietro Frosini - Accordion Jitters

Astor Piazzolla - Concerto Aconcagua for bandoneon, chamber orchestra and percussions - Score

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

Albin Repnikov - Concertino

Victor Vlasov - The Fest In Moldavanka

Art Van Damme - Boogie-Woogie

Albert Vossen - Brusseles Laces

Yann Tiersen - Les Quatre Pieces

Frank Marocco - Appassionato

Che, bandoneon - 10 essential tango arrangements - Vol. 2

Astor Piazzolla - Cite Tango

Astor Piazzolla - Meditango

Astor Piazzolla - Un dia de paz

Astor Piazzolla - Libertango

Astor Piazzolla - Tres Tangos

Astor Piazzolla - Ave Maria

Astor Piazzolla - Concierto de Nacar - Score

Astor Piazzolla - Tangata del Alba

Accordion in Concert - Part II

Astor Piazzolla - Double Concerto - Score

Argentinian Tango and Folk Tunes for Accordion: 36 Traditional Pieces

Jean Francaix - Concerto for accordion and orchestra

Isang Yun - Concertino for accordion and string quartet

Darius Milhaud - Suite Anglaise

Astor Piazzolla - Adios Nonino for accordion orchestra and piano

Klezmer and Sephardic Tunes

Astor Piazzolla - Concerto Aconcagua for bandoneon, chamber orchestra and percussions - Parts

Astor Piazzolla - Cuatro Estaciones Portenas - Score

Astor Piazzolla - Cuatro Estaciones Portenas - Parts

Carlos Gardel - Soledad y Volver - Score

Carlos Gardel - Soledad y Volver - Parts

Angel Villoldo - El Choclo

Mariano Mores - Tanguera

Julian Plaza - Nocturna

Hector Stamponi - Un Momento

Julio Pane - Un vals para Martita

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A Mad and Faithful DeVotchKa
May, 9, 2008
Of all the bands I’ve discovered while writing for Let’s Polka, DeVotchKa is quite possibly my favorite. We saw them at a club in San Francisco a couple years ago and were blown away — their unique brand of gypsy-mariachi rock was infectious and it’s hard to dislike any band that sports an accordionist/violinist, a drummer/trumpet player, a tuba player, and a wine-swigging lead singer. Two years later, after making a splash with their soundtrack to the Oscar-nominated Little Miss Sunshine, DeVotchKa does not disappoint with their new album, A Mad and Faithful Telling.

It’s easy to get caught up in the novelty of DeVotchKa’s sound — the cinematic swells, the mariachi horns, the tinkling glockenspiels — but don’t overlook the rich songs bubbling under that melting pot’s surface. “Transliterator” balances frenzy and restraint beautifully, the shuffling “Head Honcho” carries you away, and “Undone” is just achingly stunning.

We loved accordionist Tom Hagerman’s recent solo album, The Breakfast Playground, and — from his fierce violin on “Comrade Z” to his playful accordion on “Strizzalo” — he plays a huge role on this record. Other bands have helped put the accordion on the indie rock map in recent years, but few carry it as naturally or as well as DeVotchKa.

Devotchka: Head Honchomp3

Baile de Zacatecas en Chicago 5-17-08
May, 9, 2008

vamos a tocar el Sabado 17 de Mayo en el Major Hall (Major y Grand Ave) en Chicago de 8PM a 1AM, parece que los boletos cuestan $20 en la puerta

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UK Accordion Championships Blackpool - Friday 25th - Sunday 27th April 2008
Apr., 20, 2008
Friday 25th - Sunday 27th April 2008
We are set up to hold the 2008 Annual Competition at the North Pier and Metropole Hotel in Blackpool. This is the most exciting Accordion event in the Annual Calendar and will be held in the heart of the town.
In addition to the Competitions, the event will feature Concerts,
Workshops and the traditional Saturday night Ceilidh with Gary Blair.
Click here to visit The Blackpool Tourist Website Click here for Train Tickets to Blackpool!Click here to book accomodation in Blackpool!Click here for The Queens Hotel Blackpool - an accordionist's friendly hotel!Click here for Flights to Blackpool!Click here for Coach Tickets to Blackpool!Gary Blair Ceilidh Band - UK Accordion Championships - Saturday Night Fun!
Lindum Accordion Club
Apr., 20, 2008
Dear UKAO,........ I would just like to give our club a plug , we don't hear about the LINDUM ACCORDION CLUB at Wragby near LINCOLN ,very much, We have about 54 members from all over Lincoln and over the Humber bridge in Hull and area,  About 5 of us joined from Hull club when it closed last year and we were all made very welcome . 
Harry says all are welcome at The Lindum Accordion Club!
 The club has a very friendly atmosphere , the band lets anyone play, readers and nonreaders ,and being a non reader ,it really helps to gain confidence, and now I've got the courage to play in front ,after the tea break   ,Another thing the club is good at ,is raising funds for charity . Lindum club supports and raises money for LINCOLN ST.BARNABAS HOSPISE. In the last 8months ,up to January 08 ,a staggering £1124 has been donated to the Hospise ,, FANTASTIC .. This was made up from members playing at functions, £100 from raffles ,and would you believe , £24 selling doggy bags of food left over from our christmas dinner, also, selling an accordion that a member donated £85. Thanks to Wendy ,the treasurer ,for the figures .. What a nice club . We have a good time every 3rd wed of the month from 8.00pm.Do join us if you are near ! ...Best Wishes from ....Harry Kipling  On wednesday 19th March 2008 our very special guest artiste will be Pearl-Fawcett Adriano - doors open at 7.45pm and this will be a fantastic evening of entertainment!Lindum Accordion Club
Wragby Town Hall
Louth Road
Wragby
Lincolnshire
LN8 5PHThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

All are welcome!

The Lindum Accordion Club meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at Wragby Town Hall, which is on the A157 Louth Road, Wragby, just 100 metres or so from the junction with the A158 Skegness/Lincoln road.

The venue offers ample accommodation and on-site car parking, with convenient access to both the main hall and the annex. Kitchen facilities are available, and refreshments are served during a break in the evening's proceedings.
 
The Club Chairman, Geoff Brown,This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it   is pleased to report that the Club continues to go from strength to strength and meetings are very well attended. But there is always room new faces, and anyone with an interest in the accordion will find themself amongst friends.
Map & Directions to our club are below:-
La India Canela on NPR
Apr., 20, 2008
There was a great interview on NPR today with Dominican accordionist La India Canela. She has twice won the Cassandra award for her hit songs and is now releasing an album in the United States, Merengue Tipico from the Dominican Republic.She had a tough start; her father didn’t want her to play the accordion, so she had to hide to practice. Then, after she was discovered, she had to convince him to let her play in the city. Overcoming the social stigma of the accordion being a man’s instrument was a challenge, but her love for the music was deep and she was determined to stick with it.“Accordion is very profound, and you feel it probably from the moment you are in your mother’s womb.”Now she’s one of The Dominican Republic’s most famous musicians. You can listen to the NPR interview as well as some clips of her playing here.
Duo Esprit @ Guildford A/C - Good Friday 21st March
Apr., 13, 2008
Duo Esprit - Ian Watson & Julie North - will be special guests at The Guildford Accordion Club on 21st March (Good Friday).
Meets at The Village Hall Ripley.
Doors Open @ 7pm
Ian Watson & Julie North


Duo Esprit are the very special guest artists at
The Guildford Accordion Club
Friday 21st March 2008
Doors Open at 7pm
Ripley Village Hall - Ripley
Near Guildford - Surrey - GU23 6AF
M25-J10/A3


Contact Info:
John Cumiskey Tel ; 0208 546 1767
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Web:  http://guildford-accordion-club.org.uk/ 
John Kirkpatrick - Gig Listings
Apr., 13, 2008
John Kirkpatrick
 
 
 
 
Sat 8 Mar 2008 Loughborough Folk Festival, Leicestershire Mon 10 Mar 2008 The Town Hall, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire JK adjudicating the Folk Section of the Chipping Norton Music Festival. Brace yourselves!Thu 27 Mar 2008
to Sun 30 Mar 2008 Chantmarle, near Yeovil, Dorset Folk South West's Residential Easter SchoolSun 30 Mar 2008 Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London SE1 8XX CLOSE OF PLAY - the final event in Shirley Collins' 'Folk Roots, New Routes' concert series on the South Bank. JK one of a huge cast this evening, including Linda Thompson, Martyn Wyndham Read, Hot Vultures, and Rattle on the Stovepipe. STARTS 7.30 p.m.
www.southbankcentre.co.uk | 0871 663 2500
Sat 5 Apr 2008 Ryburn 3 Step Folk Emporium, The Alma Inn, Cottonstones, Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX6 4NS SPRING SING - Starts at noon - afternoon sessions with a talk, and an evening folk club performance.
www.ryburn3step.org.uk | 01422 822569
Sat 12 Apr 2008 The Plough Arts Centre, Fore Street, Great Torrington, Devon, EX38 8HQ ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.plough-arts.org | 01805 624624
Sun 13 Apr 2008 Oxford Folk Festival BRASS MONKEYFri 18 Apr 2008 The Half Moon, 93 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London SW15 1EU ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.halfmoon.co.uk | 020 8780 9383
Sat 19 Apr 2008 The Marine Theatre, Church Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset, DT7 3QA ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
marinetheatre.com | 01297 442138
Sun 20 Apr 2008 Hitchin Folk Club, The Sun Hotel, Sun Street, Hitchin, Herts, SG5 1AF 
www.hitchinfolkclub.co.uk | 01462 812391
Mon 21 Apr 2008 Nettlebed Village Club, High Street, Nettlebed, Oxfordshire, RG9 5DD ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.nettlebedfolkclub.co.uk | 01628 636620
Thu 24 Apr 2008 Huntingdon Hall, Crowngate, Worcester, WR1 3LD ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.huntingdonhall.com | 01905 611427
Fri 25 Apr 2008 East Dulwich Tavern, South East London 
0207 252 2742
Sat 26 Apr 2008 Bridgwater Arts Centre, Castle Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3DD. ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICKFri 2 May 2008 The Guildhall, Bore Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
www.lichfieldarts.org.uk | 01543 262223
Fri 9 May 2008 Folk at The Grove, The Grove Inn, Back Row, David St, Holbeck, Leeds, L11 5PL 
www.grovefolkclub.org.uk | 01977 685122
Mon 12 May 2008 The Griffin, Yoxford, East Suffolk 
01728 668327
Wed 14 May 2008 Otley Folk Club, Korks Wine Bar, 40 Bondgate, Otley, West Yorkshire 
www.otleyfolkclub.org.uk | 01943 467189
Sat 17 May 2008 Rhos-Y-Gilwen, North Pembrokshire, SA43 2TW Concert & Workshop
www.rhosygilwen.co.uk | 01239 841387
Sun 18 May 2008 Shepley Spring Festival, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK. Closing spot of the Sunday evening concert.Fri 23 May 2008 Cleethorpes Folk Festival, Lincolnshire Sat 31 May 2008 Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter's Hill, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG31 6PZ THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris Parkinson. Concert spot and workshops as part of a new Folk Weekend.
www.guildhallartscentre.com | 01476 406158
Sat 7 Jun 2008 The Temple Methodist Church, Upper High Street, Taunton, Somerset John Kirkpatrick in concert with The Stanchester Quire. Charity concert for The Meningitis Trust. No alcohol! STARTS 7.30 p.m.Sun 8 Jun 2008 Horsham Folk Club, Normandy Centre, Denne Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1JF 
www.horshamfolkclub.co.uk | 01403 251188
Sat 14 Jun 2008 Gower Folk Festival, Gower Heritage Centre, Parkmill, Gower, Swansea, SA3 2EH THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris ParkinsonSat 28 Jun 2008 Shammicks Acoustic Sessions, Combe Martin, Devon Daytime Workshop on Song Accompaniment + Evening Concert SpotsSat 5 Jul 2008 Davy Lamp Folk Club, The Arts Centre, Washington, Tyne & Wear, NE38 8AB THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris ParkinsonSun 20 Jul 2008 Bothy Folk Song Club, The Park Golf Club, Park Road West, Southport, Lancashire, PR9 0JS 
www.bothyfolkclub.co.uk | 0151 924 5078
Fri 15 Aug 2008
to Sun 17 Aug 2008 Bideford Folk Festival, North Devon Tue 2 Sep 2008 The Hoy at Anchor Folk Club, The Ship Hotel, Leigh on Sea, Essex Replacement for previous gig cancelled through illness.
01702 715111
Tue 16 Sep 2008 Great Knight Folk Club, The Old Black Lion, Marefair, Northampton 
01604 766154
Thu 18 Sep 2008 Lymm Folk Club, The Spread Eagle Hotel, Eagle Brow, Lymm, Cheshire 
07919 270916
Fri 19 Sep 2008
to Sat 20 Sep 2008 Deal Maritime Festival, Kent. 25th Anniversary. Friday evening concert spot, Saturday lunchtime workshop.
01304 239765
Sat 11 Oct 2008 The Red Lion, Kings Heath, Birmingham ROY BAILEY & JOHN KIRKPATRICK
0121 472 4253
Sat 18 Oct 2008 The Kennedy Hall, Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regents Park Road, Camden Town, London, NW1 7AY. CEILIDH with MR GUBBINS' BICYCLE. Part of The Big National Ceilidh.
www.bignationalceilidh.co.uk | 020 7485 2206
Sat 25 Oct 2008 The Lewes Arms Folk Club, Lewes, Sussex Daytime workshops on modes, and accompaniments for both songs and tunes. Evening folk club performance.
Fri 7 Nov 2008 The Musical Traditions Club, The King and Queen, 1 Foley Street, London W1 6DL 
0208 340 6530
Sat 8 Nov 2008
to Sun 9 Nov 2008 Folk South West West Country Carols Weekend, Sidmouth, Devon 
www.folksw.org.uk | 01935 822911
Fri 14 Nov 2008 Phoenix Ceilidhs, St Mary's Catholic Club, Horwich, Lancashire, BL6 5QS. CEILIDH with MR GUBBINS' BICYCLESat 22 Nov 2008 The Kennedy Hall, Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regents Park Rd, Camden Town, London NW1 7AY CEILIDH with MR GUBBINS' BICYCLE. Folk Camps Society 40th Birthday Party
020 7485 2206
Fri 28 Nov 2008 The Rising Sun, Ermin Street, Stockcross, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20 8LG CAROLLING & CRUMPETS - Solo Christmas Show
01488 608131
Fri 5 Dec 2008 The Queens Head Folk Club, Monmouth Finally - a replacement date for the gig that got lost in the floods!
01291 641369
Fri 12 Dec 2008 The Floor, St Michael's Village Hall, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire 
Sun 14 Dec 2008 The Church Hall, Sproughton, Ipswich, Suffolk. CAROLLING & CRUMPETS - Solo Christmas Show.
01473 742334
Thu 8 Jan 2009 The Royal Oak, Station Street, Lewes, Sussex THE SULTANS OF SQUEEZE - John Kirkpatrick & Chris ParkinsonSun 5 Jul 2009 The Fox & Goose, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 6AZ JK performing at 3.00 p.m.
01422 842649
Gary Blair - 2008 Gig Guide
Mar., 30, 2008
Gary Blair - International Accordionist
.http://www.cooperfisa.com/The Accordion Shop  Sunningdale & Rochdale for Cooperativa Accordion's!.Gary Blair & Gary James Blair - Eastbourne UK - Feb '08
March:
28th Shotts Bowling club
29th Moorpark House hotel ( wedding)
April:
5th April  St Andrews parish church  Cambuslang
11th April  Lodge on the loch, Loch Lomond
12th Dumbarton Masonic
13th Bearsden Parish Church
18th Glasgow University
19th Private Function
25-26th  UK Accordion Championships, Blackpool
May:
3rd May  - Private
9th -13th May  "Accordions International"  Pontins  Blackpool
17th May - Devonshire Gardens
24th  May - Bridge of Weir
31st May  - Bargarren Community Centre
June:
June 8th - Accordionists Picnic, Vacaville..California - USA
11th  - Good Time Accordion Club, Escalon, California - USA
15th   - Bay Area Accordion Club  San Francisco, California - USA
16th   - Accordion club of the Redwoods, California - USA
18th-27th  - Leavenworth Intl.Accordion Celebration, Washington - USA
         "Gary Blair & Gary James Blair - Star Billing at Leavenworth 2008!"
July:
5th July - Alloa
11th Private function
12th  Gartocharn Village Hall
18th Private
19th Private
25th-26th  Barga, Italy
August:
2nd August Private
8-9th Private
September:
7th -9th September, St Audries Bay Somerset
      "Roland V Accordion Weekend & Accordion Tuition Week"
13th Beardmore Hotel
20th Paisley Town Hall, 
25th Caledonian University
October:
11 October -Cartland Bridge Hotel, Lanark
25th October -Coupe Mondial  Renfrew Scotland

 
Telephone Number is :- 07813 - 712594
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Mika Vayrynen at the RAM - Mon 14th April
Mar., 30, 2008
Mika Vayrynen
Hi Fellow Accordionists!
Just to let you know that Mika Vayrynen is doing a concert at the Royal
Academy of Music on monday April 14th .  He's an incredible player
of the highest international calibre and has played with Orchestras
everywhere and made recordings that can be bought in record shops all over
the world.  This is his London debut so it would be good to show him the
accordion is alive and well in the UK by supporting the event.
Have a great Easter...................................Romano Viazzanihttp://www.ram.ac.uk/events/Accordion MasterclassMika Väyrynen, professor at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, works with students.Repertoire to include:
Magnus Lindberg Jeux d'Anches
Schnittke Revis Fairytale
JS Bach Prelude and Fugue no.24 in B minor
Belositsky Sonata no.1
The Derek Butler London Prize - Mon 24th March @ 7.30pm
Mar., 30, 2008
The Derek Butler London Prize - Mon 24th March @ 7.30pm
http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/productions/the-derek-butler-213852008 will be the second year of the Derek Butler London Prize awarded to the best first-year postgraduate candidate from the four leading London music colleges. The competitors this year –  Bartholomew LaFollette (GSMD), Dunja Lavrova (RCM), Miloš Milivojević(RAM), Alissa Tavdidishvili (TCM) –  include not only a wide range of instruments, but also a varied and stimulating programme. It will be an opportunity to hear performances by these promising young musicians who are on their way to establishing themselves as leaders in their fields.Supported by the Derek Butler Trust
The Brooklyn Rebirth of Chicha
Mar., 30, 2008
Olivier Conan didn’t go to Peru to find chicha; it found him. Conan was introduced to chicha — a style of Peruvian pop music derived from Colombian cumbias — by street vendors in Lima and was immediately hooked. Ignored by critics, art students, and the middle class, chicha was music for the poor and, as such, was largely ignored outside of Peru.That is, until Conan returned to Brooklyn and formed Chicha Libre, whose debut album Sonido Amazonico! was released today. The group plays a mixture of latin rhythms, surf music and psychedelic pop inspired by the chicha bands of the 1960s that borrowed sounds from rock and roll (electric guitars, organs) and combined them both with cumbia and traditional Amazonian music. In an interview, Conan describes how Chicha Libre pays homage to those progenitors:“We imitated the sounds but took liberties. It has since evolved into a band with its own identity and borrowings from everywhere — in a way, it is faithful to the spirit of Chicha, which itself borrowed from all corners of the world. We’re just as syncretic and trying to be just as much fun.”The band mixes covers of forgotten Chicha classics with French-tinged originals, re-interpretations of 70s pop classics as well as cumbia versions of pieces by Satie and Ravel. You can catch the six-piece group — which includes Joshua Camp (of One Ring Zero) on the Hohner Electravox — every Monday night in April at Olivier’s Brooklyn club, Barbs.Chicha Libre: Primavera en la Selvamp3
Five Questions: Tom Torriglia
Mar., 30, 2008
We’re launching a new feature today called “Five Questions” — a series of brief interviews with notable personalities in the accordion world.Our first subject is San Francisco accordionist Tom Torriglia. Tom has been in the music business since the late 1960s and has been an incredible accordion promoter over the years. He was an original member of Those Darn Accordions, is responsible for making June “National Accordion Awareness Month,” and campaigned to make the accordion San Francisco’s official instrument. Today, you can catch him playing a variety of gigs around the Bay Area, often with his retro-Italiano band, Bella Ciao.When and why did you start playing the accordion?I started taking lessons in 1962 at Theodore’s (Pezzolo) House of Music on Union St. in San Francisco. This was at the famous “accordion house.” My teacher was Theodore Pezzolo and I was his last student. I studied there for about eight years. When I left, he gave me all his original hand-written sheets of music, which I still have.Before starting with the accordion, I had taken a year of piano but that didn’t work out and then one day, an accordion player came to the house to rehearse with my father who played sax and clarinet, and I was very taken with the instrument — with all the buttons and bellows and such — and I asked my parents if I could give it a try. Also, I think I was fated to play the accordion because, as everyone knows, there has to be one accordion player in each Italian-American household. And since I was the youngest child…Well, you’ve stayed true to your Italian roots — starting Bella Ciao, playing at Italian-themed events, and making pilgrimages to the Italian accordion mecca, Castelfidardo. What was it like going there for the first time?Going to Castelfidardo for the first time was really exciting. I went with Those Darn Accordions to perform at the International Accordion Competition in 1990. We competed in the Rock category. Even though there were only two bands in that category, the judges didn’t award either band first or second place and we ended up coming in 4th.Also, it was at that competition where we met accordion impresario Ulrich Schmlling, who came up to the girls and said, “I didn’t see you perform, but I like your outfits. Would you like to come to Lithuania and perform?” …which we did two years later.How did you get involved with Those Darn Accordions?I was freelancing as an on-air entertainment reporter for a local radio station (KNBR) and a large part of my job was reviewing live entertainment. I went to the old Vis on Divisadero St. to review Asleep at the Wheel and one of the bands on the bill was called Thee Hellhounds, which included Big Lou. After the set, I went backstage to say hi and Lou saw the accordion pin I had on my jacket. She asked if I played and I said yes and she said she was putting together an ensemble of accordionists to perform one night at the Paradise Lounge and would I like to be part of the ensemble. I said sure and the rest is history.How did you make the case to get the piano accordion named the official instrument of San Francisco?In 1989, I met San Francisco Supervisor Willie Kennedy at an event, told her of my intent to make the accordion the official instrument and asked her how to go about that and would she help me.She guided me through the process. The first step was to write a support paper talking about the history of the accordion in San Francisco and how the piano accordion got its start here and why it should be the city’s official instrument. After reading the piece I wrote, she felt my request had merit and she then introduced a measure to the full Board of Supervisors asking that the accordion be named the city’s official instrument. The supervisors then held a public hearing on the issue. A lot of people showed up to City Hall to speak for and against.The Board of Supervisors passed the measure and the measure then went to the mayor’s office for his signature. Realizing what a hot-button issue this was, the mayor, Art Agnos, decided not to act and the measure became officially approved by default.A hot-button issue, indeed! Finally, what advice do you have for someone just starting to play the accordion?The only advice I have for someone starting out is, the only thing that matters is that you always have fun.A big thanks to Tom for taking the time to answer our questions. Watch this space for more interviews soon!
Squeezin’ at SXSW 2008
Mar., 30, 2008
The South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival kicked off in Austin today and, with hundreds of artists performing at over eighty venues, there are plenty of accordions in the mix. As we’ve done in previousyears, here’s a quick look at some performers that may have flown under your radar:Dusty Rhodes and the River Band
Not your typical West Coast indie rock band, this Orange County six piece blends a love for 70’s era classic rock with folk and bluegrass, ensuring that the guitars are never far from the accordion, violin, and banjo.
Dusty Rhodes and the River Band: Dear Honeymp3Rupa and The April Fishes
Hailing from our backyard — the San Francisco Bay Area — Rupa and the April Fishes mix sounds from the Far East, Europe, Latin America and the US, with multilingual performances in French, Spanish, English, Hindi and Roma. The band features Isabel Douglass on the accordion.
Rupa and The April Fishes: Une Americaine a Parismp3Rana Santacruz
Born in Mexico City and heavily influenced by both folk and alternative music, Santacruz’s music has been labeled by some as “Irish mariachi”, favoring acoustic instruments like the guitar, accordion, and guitarrone.
Rana Santacruz: Cajita de Barromp31001 Nights Orchestra
Austin’s longest running Middle Eastern music group has a repertoire that stretches from Southwest Asia and the Caucuses in the East to the shores of the Mediterranean in the West, as well as many original compositions.
1001 Nights Orchestra: Neda Voda Nali Valamp3There’ll also be a number of accordion-toting bands performing that we’ve covered here before, including DeVotchKa, Pistolera, Bowerbirds, Great Lakes Myth Society, The Felice Brothers and many others.There are few places where you can hear so many excellent artists in one place, so if you’re anywhere near Austin this week — on your way to the National Accordion Association convention in Richardson, perhaps? — stop in, have a drink, and meet your new favorite band.
Accordion Clubs Charity Night - Tuesday 15th April from 4pm
Mar., 30, 2008
Harry Hussey
Pearl - Fawcett Adriano
Sam Pirt & The Hut People with Bill Sables on Banjo
MC is George Syrett
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Also featuring : Brians Ceilidh Band - Ray Gallagher & The Hayriders
 
Accordion Clubs Charity Night - Tuesday 15th April
The Shire Hall - Howden - DN14 7BJ
 
This is the second annual charity concert in aid of "Cancer Research UK" http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/
 
Last year this event raised £365 for "Cancer Research UK". We did call it the "Five Accordion Clubs Charity Get Together", but since the closure of the Hull A/C the event name has been changed to
 "Accordion Clubs Charity Night"
Last year we expected 100 people to turn up, but on the night 200 came!
As the room holds 200 people it is suggested that you arrive early this year.
 
The stars perfoming at this year's event will be:-
Harry Hussey
Pearl - Fawcett Adriano
Sam Pirt & The Hut People
with Bill Sables on Banjo
Brians Ceilidh Band
Ray Gallagher & The Hayriders
MC is George Syrett
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Doors open at 4pm to have a get together and a natter!
 
The event is organised once more by Harry Kipling 01430 860300 - This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
 
The Shire Hall is in The Howden Centre near to junction 37 of the M62
and the postcode is DN14 7BJ
 
There will be a free buffet (with a donation)and Tea & Coffee will be on sale plus a licensed bar.
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The price this year for admission is £8.00.
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Lets raise a liitle more than last year!
‘Accordions International 2008’, Blackpool – May 9th/13th
Mar., 30, 2008
Heather Smith
‘Accordions International 2008’, Blackpool – May 9th/13th ‘Accordions International 2008’ takes place from May 9th to 13th at the Dunes Conference Complex, Pontins Holiday Centre, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire.  The guest artistes at this new festival include Domi Emorine & Roman Jbanov (France/Russia), Giancarlo Caporilli (Italy), Stefan Andrusyschyn, Gary Blair, Harry Hussey, Bert Santilly, and Romano Viazzani.   This new accordion festival, organised by Heather Smith, uniquely shares the site with a well-established organ & keyboard festival, and the two festivals will have some overlapping features.  For the accordion enthusiasts, there are concerts, workshops, master classes, dancing, jam sessions, demonstrations, plus a trade show that includes Geoff Holter Accordions, the Accordion Shop (EA Ltd), John Douglas Music, and Rob Howard's ‘An A to Z of the Accordion’ series of books.   
For further information email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ; telephone 01482 805 387; for booking telephone 01780 782 093
Lars Holm (Sweden) at The RAM - Report by Romano Viazzani
Mar., 30, 2008
Lars Holm & Nikolai Ryskov at The RAM
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This photo was taken on 9 March 2008 at the RAM.
I am with the Swedish Accordion teacher Lars Holm.
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Best Rgds, Nikolai
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Event report & more photos by Romano Viazzani  below:

Lars Holm Teachers & Students Workshop - 9th March'08.
Lars Holm at the RAM
About 10 teachers attended this terrific workshop by the internationally recognised pedagogical expert Lars Holm.  They came from the length and breadth of the country as far north as Scotland and Northern Ireland to the south coast and from Essex to the West Midlands.  There were young students from 4 years old right up to university age. There were also a handful of mature adult students at varying stages of their musical development as well as other people just taking a keen interest.  The aim of the workshop was to help teachers in the UK with keeping their student’s interest so that they don’t get bored and hopefully become the next generation of professional UK-reared accordionists. 
Owen Murray in conversation with Lars Holm
Owen Murray, professor of accordion at the Royal Academy began the day by welcoming all the teachers and students to the workshop.  He explained that Lars Holm had been a teacher of pedagogy at the Royal Danish Conservatoire when he himself was studying there and had published lots of interesting music for accordion students several of which are used in the Trinity Guildhall Accordion Syllabus. With the government accredited syllabus now in its fourth year and the accordion department now in its 22nd year, the professor said that he felt the structures were all in place for an accordion student to flourish from the beginners stages all the way to professional status.  The nature of accordion work available has changed somewhat in the years that I have been a professional.  When I started out semi-professionally in 1981 I got a fair bit of “stereotypical” accordion work; walking around dressed as a french onion-seller playing french musette, or a gondolier in a boater playing italian serenades, parties, weddings and Bar Mitzfahs with my band, always wondering whether anyone was actually listening to the background accordion “wallpaper” I was churning out from the corner of a restaurant - and occasionally someone would say “that was nice”.  Not much reward for the many hours of practising spent each day either financially or morally. All the time, I was hungry for more; to make my mark, to say something new with my instrument that someone would actually listen to. What is great about the type of work today is that there is a lot of really interesting and challenging work available.  Work where people do want to listen to the music and not just to leap around the dance floor to it doing a mock-tango, or the kind of work where one is told to play quietly because they can’t hear themselves talk.   Now people want to listen to Jazz accordion, to Classical Accordion, to World Music, to Folk Music, they want to hear the accordion as part of a symphony orchestra, a chamber orchestra, in the orchestra pit of our theatres and even on stage in our theatres.  It’s even getting a “quietly cool” reputation in pop bands. Composers want to write for it as a solo instrument, as part of a larger ensemble and for incidental music in films and television. This new kind of work was around years ago but it was in the minority and usually one or two good players got the bulk of it. Today there is much more of it but the level of performance is also on the rise and the challenges set by it are greater.  For this it is important to hold our students’ interest and make them realise that a good career is now feasible.  If the only work they will most likely get is sitting in the corner of a restaurant they are not likely to be very inspired. It’s vital then for teachers not only keep their students’ interest by offering new and different repertoire but also for them to keep abreast with the many wonderful and original new artists who finding success in areas where the accordion was previously hardly ever seen. This means seeking out new artists, ensembles, going to concerts and festivals of all descriptions.  This is made easy by the internet today.
John Leslie & Carole Flack at the RAM
The workshop suggested many ways of making interesting music on standard or free-bass accordions, playing solo and as part of a group even before a student can actually read music properly.  Much of the music that Holm used was either his own material or arrangements of well-known pieces and despite being very apologetic about the standard of his English he enthralled his workshop audience all day long making fewer grammatical errors than many natives I could think of.  Particularly entertaining was an example of an exercise he does with some of his intermediate to advanced students of a simple Finnish polka played in first a Swedish style, then in a Russian Style, then Brazilian, Tex Mex, Balkan and finally in a Bulgarian style with a tricky time signature where 15 beats are divided at the halfway point of 7 and a half.  The latter two raised a laugh particularly from the students studying at the Academy of Balkan origin!After a brief history of free-bass accordion recordings going back to the 1910s and a history of Sweden’s contribution to accordion music, Holm worked with the youngest students who study with Elaine Beecham and Ingrid Gould.  They played a few pieces each to demonstrate their level and then Holm got them playing together as an ensemble. They were an absolute credit to their teachers in the way they participated in both morning and afternoon sessions and waited patiently and without getting frustrated or bored in the interim period.  Then Holm worked with adult students.  It’s a shame that some adults brought their accordions but didn’t feel brave enough to play them because Holm has a wonderful way of making people feel at ease on stage.
Lars Holm pictured with 3 of the young students
After lunch there was a brief recital by three of the six students at the Academy.  It was a great opportunity to see the entry level that is now required to study there.  Rafal Luc, only 18 years of age and in his second term at the RAM gave an extremely mature performance of Prelude and Fugue No.24 from (48 Preludes and Fugues –J.S. Bach) and a sensitive yet exhilarating performance of Interieur (Angelis).  This was followed by a beautifully expressive May (Tchaikovsky) and the subtly virtuosic Revis Fairy Tale (Schnittke) by Ksenija Sidorova. The finale was by 2nd Year Post-Grad student Franko Bozac accompanied by Makiko Sada on Piano and Calum Gourlay on Double Bass with a blistering performance of Le Grand Tango (Piazzolla).After these amazing performances Holm demonstrated ideas for advanced students and for these he used some of the Academy’s own students Ksenija Sidorova, Trang Nguyen, Rafal Luc and one of Elaine Beecham’s advanced students, Sam Davis who is currently studying music at Canterbury University majoring in Accordion.  Here music was used so reading skills were required, ensemble playing also develops the ear, rhythm and timing and other devices such as bellow shakes and left hand chord substitutions were explored.There was then a chance for Holm to play excerpts from some of his albums of compositions.  Thankfully Holm had brought a few copies for teachers to view and buy if they wished as there have been problems obtaining accordion music from small publishers both for individuals and music stockists in the UK.  The publishers should wise up to this as the current expiry date on the current syllabus is 2010.  There was another chance for the adult students to play where the morning session’s themes were expanded into playing in canon. The youngsters too finally got another chance to play and demonstrated that they had absorbed fully what had been taught that morning so all credit to the youngest students Kieran and Kristian Kanapathy, Darius Lau and Liam Rice.To finish Holm touched on the pieces of his and his colleagues such as Tom Pedersen that are included in the Trinity Guildhall Syllabus.  I know that many teachers would have liked to have discussed this topic more but the time flew and the Academy closes at 5.30 on Sundays.  Based on the success of this workshop Owen Murray would very much like to invite Lars Holm back next year and this being the case and the participation being similar there ought to be I would hope, another opportunity for eager teachers to ask questions and seek advice regarding the syllabus and further education in the UK again and for those teachers and students who didn’t make it this year to experience a really enjoyable and informative day.Romano Viazzani
Lisa Lee Leslie in the touring production "Spies" by Michael Frayn
Mar., 30, 2008
Lisa-Lee Leslie
Lisa-Lee Leslie will be touring with the play "Spies" by Michael Fraynfrom March 11th - May 31st '08  and will be visiting the following towns:-Greenwich - Huddersfield - Southampton - IpswichCheltenham - Exeter - Guildford - Salford - Basingstoke - PoolePlease support Lisa when she visits your area with this excellent production!(Booking links and contact details are listed below - please click "read more")*****************************************Hello all at UKAO,                 Just a quick home stop along my tour, I wanted to let youknow where we are and when.......Best Wishes -  Lisa*****************************************"Spies" by Michael Frayn - a Theatre Alibi and Oxford Playhouse co-production.

March 11 - 15  Greenwich Theatre   0208 858 7755March 18 - 20  Lawrence Batley Theatre Huddersfield  01484 430 528

April 1 - 5       The Nuffield Southampton  0238 067 1771

April 8 - 12   New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich  01473 295 900

April 15 - 19  Everyman Theatre Cheltenham  01242 572 573

April 22 - 26  Exeter Northcott  01392 493 493

April 29 - May 3  Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford  01483 440 000

May 6 - 10  The Lowry Salford Quays  0870 787 5790

May 13 - 17  Haymarket Theatre Basingstoke   01256 844 244

May 27 - 31 Lighthouse Poole  08700 668 701*********************************************************************************************************** 
"Spies" - Lyn Gardner - Wednesday February 27, 2008  - The Guardian  It is wartime Britain,Stephen and his friend and neighbour Keith Hayward have a summer to fill. Excitement and the stakes rise when Keith announces that his mother is a German spy. They decide to watch her every move. Michael Frayn's novel of adult secrets and childhood mysteries is lush with the remembrance of things past. Any stage adaptation requires the theatre to be thick with the fragrance of privet hedges as the elderly Stefan sets off on a journey into the past and suburban Surrey in search of his boyhood self, Stephen. However, Theatre Alibi's attempt does not quite make the nostrils flare.
It is a quietly entertaining evening, although the first half moves slower than a snail over a well-manicured lawn. The design is ingenious but too busy, with corrugated iron rather than hedges. Only Mr Hayward's sharpening of his garden shears and whistling offer the understated menace of quiet cul-de-sacs, where hidden emotional bombs could be detonated at any time. Theatre Alibi have a reputation as terrific storytellers and it is the narrative that carries them through here, with neat touches such as the live cello and accordion accompaniment. The show is at its best when at its quietest: Stefan peering puzzled at his younger self as if faced with a complete stranger. The piece feels as if it needs a smaller, more intimate staging to show both Frayn's novel and the company to best advantage. But there are some fine performances here, most notably from Benjamin Warren as Stephen and John-Paul Macleod as Keith, a boy who will grow up to be just like his father.***********************************************************************************************************

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