piano accordion


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piano accordion

an accordion in which the right hand plays a piano-like keyboard
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And, indeed, his more free-flowing style on piano accordion, an instrument that in the majority of other choreographic contexts is antithetical to kinetic excellence, never seemed out of place.
He never grumbles and even has the energy to play the piano accordion at coffee mornings.
Two pipe bands, a piano accordion band and drummers will entertain guests at the lavish wedding.
Apart from having a charming voice, Bill accompanies herself on keyboards, flute and piano accordion and this solo appearance is a follow up to a tour she did with a band at the end of 2001.
I've worked with piano accordion before, and that worked out nicely with the pipes.
July 14, 1951 Fourteen-year-old Marlene Sylvia Hick of Lockwood Road played the piano accordion on a Young Artists programme as part of the BBC's Children's Hour.
She will be accompanied by Willie Molleson on drums, Emma Smith on double bass, Barney Morse-Brown on cello and Salsa Celtica's Phil Alexander on keyboards and piano accordion.
Having said that, I was stopped the other day by a busker playing a piano accordion.
The piano accordion player, who was 18 when she received this considerable financial boost, was the only female recipient and the only folk musician.
Centre Stage drama group is hunting for a piano accordion player to star in its autumn production of 'Allo, 'Allo.
In the early days, Grande, who also played the piano accordion, represented sex appeal in The Comets, whose string of hits included Shake, Rattle and Roll' Rock Around the Clock, Mambo Rock, See You Later Alligator, The Saints Rock and Roll, Rockin' Through the Rye and Rip It Up.
Mike said recently: "He played piano accordion in the pubs.