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Good Accordion Website

02 Feb 02 - 11:13 AM (#640617)
Subject: Good Accordion Website
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

Here is a nice website about accordions with loads of links =click here


02 Feb 02 - 11:16 AM (#640619)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

Wow, my link worked first time!


02 Feb 02 - 11:16 AM (#640620)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: Midchuck

Thread title sounds like an oxymoron. (Nyuck, nyuck>)

P.


02 Feb 02 - 06:57 PM (#640931)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: CarolC

Wow, John from Hull, great site! Thanks for posting that. I've added it to my favorites.

(Midchuck... what you said coming from someone whose band is named after a groundhog? People who live in glass houses and all that... ;-)


03 Feb 02 - 05:48 PM (#641520)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: RangerSteve

Great site. I'd spend more time there, but I have to turn on the TV and watch Maria Carey butcher the national anthem. I'll get back this site later.


03 Feb 02 - 05:57 PM (#641525)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: khandu

Maybe Rosanne Barr should have sang it!

khandu


03 Feb 02 - 06:14 PM (#641538)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: Anahootz

Whats the difference between an Accordion and a Banjo?

Banjos are easier to light, But Accordions burn hotter.


03 Feb 02 - 09:32 PM (#641656)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: GUEST,Banjo/Squeezebox player

Geez! What the hell are you trying to do ? Gimme a complex ?

Very nice site, Cheers !


04 Oct 03 - 10:14 PM (#1029792)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

refersh


04 Oct 03 - 11:38 PM (#1029824)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: rangeroger

Wow JOhn, a year and a half ago,you could spell. What happened? Too much bear and hamstershit?

That is an interesing site. Made me think about the four school accordions that went for $50 apiece at our local St.Vincent DePaul thrift shop a while ago. Should have bought at least one,but didn't have the $50.Would have fit right in with the rest of the roomful of instruments I don't play.

rr


04 Oct 03 - 11:40 PM (#1029825)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

you spelled interesting wrong! :-)


05 Oct 03 - 10:51 AM (#1029978)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: Peter T.

Actually, speaking as a novice A.A. member, the web is a lousy source of accordion learning and material, compared with the guitar, harmonica, banjo, etc. Don't know why that is, but that seems to be the case.

yours,

Peter T.


06 Oct 03 - 10:55 AM (#1030549)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: curmudgeon

I'm refreshing this for a friend at concertina.net who's looking for accordion sites -- Tom


06 Apr 04 - 06:30 PM (#1156080)
Subject: RE: Good Accordion Website
From: GUEST,stoney

Here is a link to a site dedicated to the three row diatonic button accordion, specifically Tex Mex Tejano style.


http://www.accordionassassins.tk/

Hope you all like it.
Stoney