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  • Did you know the accordian is an eastern european instrument and that’s why Tejano sucks?

    George Carlin Pet Commentary of the Day

  • For one thing, you had to wonder what Robin Sutherland was going to do with that accordian; when he finally picked it up, you remembered that the accordian is a reed instrument.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • One tool she calls Word Play, where she uses a list of design terms, such as "drag and drop", "accordian", and "pulldowns" as inspiration for different design approaches.

    Alberto Mucignat

  • Yellows and purples and green-reds, he says, adding that the look of old cars and European architecture made instruments like the musette, a French accordian, seem apt for the movie's scenes of fast-paced street comedy.

    The Last Movie Maestro

  • The genius of the Line6 crew is that they didn't waste time and memory space so that you can make your guitar sound like a string section, pipe organ, accordian, or other things.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The melody was divine, played on accordian, such haunted yearning.

    Dear Clusterflock | clusterflock

  • The least annoying - most beautiful - accordian performance I have ever witnessed.

    Vivaldi - Performed on an Accordion » E-Mail

  • Diana looks absolutely adorable with that accordian.

    Tales From the Cafe

  • Is it a little music? specifically a dance with the accordian?

    amusette - French Word-A-Day

  • After the 8-pointer threw up his "target" I swiftly pulled the trigger ... he folded up like an accordian.

    Blast From The Past

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