I had my week playing solo accordion in Bryant Park last week from Aug. 1st through the 5th. I met alot of accordion fans and saw some friends. I played from 12:30-2:30 every day. It was a wonderful experience and it got plugged on WNYC. You can hear the radio Read More
Piano du Pauvre is a French nickname for the accordion, its a poor person’s piano. (I guess they didn’t have Craigslist back then.)
She has in her voice that truth and honesty, an unrelenting torrent of emotions. She lived with her Grandmother in a whore house. She sang on the street with her street-acrobat father. She stood 4’8″.
L’Accordioniste tells the story of a prostitute who is in love with an accordionist, because Read More
I came across these two lovely articles covering master accordionist Daniel Colin on his tour in Japan.
Musette Delivers Taste of France, from Friday November 20th, 2009, in The Japan Times Online. Written by Yung-Hsiang Kao. The piece covers French Accordionist Daniel Colin’s current tour there, and includes a Read More
“The accordion is a traveling instrument, and that is why it is found all over the world.” opens the interview. An organ, Galliano Read More