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“It is a kind of accordeon that the peasants pick plaintively in the doorways of their toubas.”
“Here you'll hear a brass band playing marches, a black piano player talk and play some fine Blues, a wonderful fiddler, a old tenor banjo player singing German songs and old pop tunes, a superb Oud player originally from Lebanon, and a accordeon player doing Irish tunes.”
“A Celtic music group, formed on impulse by that same first musical mate, with guitarists, her fiddle, and a piano accordeon.”
“The Burke was OK, and it was a session whistle, meaning it was loud enough to be heard over our piano accordeon, but… I tried a couple of other brands, a plastic whistle, the new Clarke, a conical tin with a plastic mouthpiece, in the middle above, which the major whistle-player I knew really loved.”
“The first version was *almost* as good as the maple head: clear, stable, lovely chiff, loud enough to handle the accordeon.”
“At 1500' I was flying crosswind and my canopy was like an accordeon.”
“A great man takes an hour to dress, and Nelongo was evidently soothing the toils of the toilette with a musical bellows called an accordeon.”
“Twenty years ago, one of our melodeon-makers chanced to observe that the accordeon produced a better tone when it was drawn out than when it was pushed in; and this fact suggested the first great improvement in the melodeon.”
“In fact, a cabinet organ is simply an accordeon of immense power and improved mechanism.”
“He will work himself to exhaustion day after day in raising a house, cradling grain, playing an accordeon, or performing”
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