Definition of Accordionist. Meaning of Accordionist. Synonyms of Accordionist

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Definition of Accordionist

Accordionist
Accordionist Ac*cor"di*on*ist, n. A player on the accordion.

Meaning of Accordionist from wikipedia

- referred to as a squeezebox. A person who plays the accordion is called an accordionist. The concertina and bandoneón are related; the harmonium and American...
- The Accordionist is a 1911 painting by Pablo Pic****o. As stated by the title, the painting is meant to portray a man playing an accordion. The division...
- This is an alphabetized list of notable accordionists who have their own main articles or belong to a notable band. Contents A B C D E F G H I J K L M...
- Francisco Ulloa is a famous merengue accordionist, specializing in merengue típico. He is known for his skill and improvisation technique on the accordion...
- Mellencamp, armed with an acoustic guitar and accompanied only by an accordionist and a violist, dubbed the jaunt "Live in the Streets: The Good Samaritan...
- Osha in the HBO series Game of Thrones. Tena is the lead singer and accordionist of Molotov Jukebox. The band released their debut album Carnival Flower...
- Giannikou is a Gr****-born composer, film scorer, singer, pianist and accordionist. Giannikou was born 27 January 1981, in Athens, Greece. She taught...
- Brian Johns, 3-D horror auteur Woody Tobias Jr., cheerful Leutonian accordionist Stan Schmenge, lecherous dream interpreter Raoul Wilson, hammer-voiced...
- Billboard magazine finding him "excellent as the self-tortured young accordionist". Burton began 1952 by starring alongside Noel Willman in the title role...
- in jazz music, an important exponent having been the North American accordionist Frank Marocco and in transcriptions from the operatic and light-cl****ical...
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