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So why not use CGI to do what the original show never could: Create the illusion that the accordion-packing North Dakotan schmaltzmeister is actually a living, breathing human being?
Retractable screens open up the porch to the great outdoors for seamless indoor-outdoor living, while an accordion glass wall opens up the interiors to the porch, connecting the home to said porch—and beyond.
And the accordion-lead-guitar duel that ended with all the members of the band lying down on stage and playing barely above a whisper.
Velvet Caravan concert Velvet Caravan, comprising guitar, violin, stand-up bass, percussion, keyboards and accordion, will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday, March 25, in the Wentz Concert Hall at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave.
Gente Valiente is indeed brave in its brash fusion of vallenato’s accordion base with elements of salsa, pop and reggaeton.
The Mamas line-up is Felicia Brady on vocals, accordion and bass; Jane Grondin on fiddle, guitar and vocals; Ksenia Mack on vocals and guitar; Katrin Peterson on percussion and vocals; and Kelly Riley on vocals, bass, guitar and ukulele.
The music in tango, inspired by African candombe dance, Cuban habanera and Spanish guitars, later evolved to include violins, the accordion, piano, bass, and flute.
After that, Beckham quickly returned to her posh roots in a traditional knit top and accordion pleat skirt.
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Origin and Etymology of accordion
First Known Use: 1830See Words from the same year
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Definition of accordion for English Language Learners
: a musical instrument that is shaped like a box and that is held in your hands and played by pulling its sides apart and then pushing them together while pressing buttons and keys
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