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The Yorkshire Accordion Player - Accordionist
The Yorkshire Accordion Player took up the accordion in his early twenties, after playing guitar and bassoon for the previous decade, and has been playing professionally ever since.
He has performed in a great variety of places including:
- Vintage Car Rallies
- Thames Cruiseship
- Stately Homes
- Center Parcs
- Public Parks
- City Centre Events
- Car Launches
- Castle Howard
- Care Homes
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He has a wide-ranging repertoire of popular standards from the 1890's to the 1980s, consisting of folk tunes from Ireland, Wales, Greece and Russia.
He can also provide themed entertainment for French, English, Italian and Scottish events.
For any of the four themed specialties, by prior arrangement only, he can provide song sheets for the relevant theme, and lead a singalong.
He can also play live for ballroom dancing and a limited amount of rock, pop, and disco styles, as well as solo playing for Barn Dancing and Scottish Dancing, if people know the dances.
(Strolling with a heavy accordion is tiring, and the sound is not so good)View similar acts:
The Yorkshire Accordion Player - Accordionist Repertoire
- Albinoni's Adagio Short version. (Difficult, Unsafe, needs advance notice)
- Anema e Core (1950 Italian popular song, aka How Wonderful to Know aka With All My Heart and Soul)
- Arrivederci Roma (1955)
- Azzurro (1968)
- Isle of Capri (1934)
- Barcarolle, by Offenbach (1880)
- Bella Notte (Disney, Lady & the Tramp)
- Cara Mia 1954 / Santa Lucia c.1850
- Charade (1963) / Moon River (1961) both by Mancini (family came from Abruzzi, Italy)
- Sicilian traditional songs: Vitti 'na crozza / Ciuri Ciuri
- Come Prima (1958) aka More Than Ever
- La Forza del Destino (Verdi), themes from....
- Funiculi Funicula (1880)
- Godfather Love Theme (1972)
- Godfather Tarantella (1972)
- Godfather Waltz (1972)
- Il Bacio by Luigi Arditi 1822-1903
- Layretta Mia (1983)
- Libiamo aka Brindisi (Verdi) / La Donna e Mobile (Verdi) Nessun Dorma (Short version) (Puccini)
- Luno Mezzo Mare (trad)
- Mattinata (1904) (Ruggiero Leoncavallo)
- Mio Dolce Sogno (a mandolin tune)
- Mona Lisa (1949)
- Oh Oh Antonio (1908)
- O Sole Mio (1898 Eduardo di Capua)
- Marie, Ah Marie aka Oh Marie (c 1890 Eduardo di Capua)
- Theme from Zafirelli's "Romeo and Juliet" 1968
- Luglio (1968)
- Piacer d'Amor aka Plaisir d'Amour (1784)
- Papaveri e Papere aka Poppa Piccolino (1952)
- Ritorna Me (1957) / Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)
- Shaddap You Face (1981) just short tune, for fun.
- Tarantella del Boscaiolo (Sicilian)
- Tarantella 1
- Tarantella 2
- That's amore (1953)
- Torna a Surriento (1902)
- Va Pensiero (Hewbrew Slaves, Verdi, Nabucco 1841)
- Vieni Sul Mar (trad)
- Volare (1958) / Ciao Ciao Bambina (1959)
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The Yorkshire Accordion Player - Accordionist Set Up
He has developed a battery-powered PA system built into my accordion case, which is loud enough for most venues and allows me to perform anywhere with no need for trailing wires.
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