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9 thoughts on “ A Gordon For Me - Primo Scala And His Accordion Band* With The Stargazers* - A Gordon For Me / Gathering Of The Clans (Shellac)

  1. Performer: Primo Scala and His Banjo and Accordion Band; The Keynotes Writer: Barnes; Fields; John Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  2. Gordon Piano Studio. 18 likes. Welcome to Gordon Piano Studio! We provide piano lessons to all who want to learn in the Vancouver, WA area.
  3. Apr 07,  · The musical bug bit a 7-year-old Gordon in his hometown of Buffalo one day when his father took him shopping for a xylophone, a popular instrument for young musicians at the time.
  4. Performer: Clifton chernier accordian, and his five piece red hot Louisiana band. From the album 60 minutes with the king of zydeco. Genre: zydeco Meter: duple Characteristics: blacks who lived in Cajun country combined Cajun style with blues to create zydeco music.
  5. Michael Gordon: Dystopia Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Bamberger Symphoniker, David Robertson, Jonathan Nott Best known for his work with ensembles (not least in Bang on a Can), Michael Gordon is no slouch when it comes to translating his high-octane idiom into the orchestral genre such music demands.
  6. Strangely, the same article spoke of their new record like this: "Gus Gordon, drummer for Bill Johnson and his musical notes [sic] has waxed Marie-Mia [sic] on the Luball [sic] label" (It implies that it's a Gus Gordon solo, and I guess "Jubilee" was too hard to spell).
  7. This Brazilian made vintage accordion is in excellent condition!Everything seems to function just fine on this quality made instrument!It even comes in the original hard-shell case! Save 15% While Supplies Last Meris’ First-Ever Warehouse Sale.
  8. One of many aliases of pianist Harry Bidgood. He used this name to front his Primo Scala's Accordion Band.
  9. The advent of the accordion is the subject of debate among researchers. Many credit C. Friedrich L. Buschmann, whose Handäoline was patented in Berlin in , as the inventor of the accordion, while others give the distinction to Cyril Demian of Vienna, who patented his Accordion in , thus coining the name. A modification of the Handäoline, Demian’s invention comprised a small manual.

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