Traditional Irish Music - Accordion Players, Repairs, tuning and shops
An accordion is a hand-held, box shaped, musical instrument that is played by pressing buttons and keys on its side, while moving both sides of the instrument in and out.
• Joe Burke - regarded by many as responsible for the revival of the accordion in traditional Irish music.
• All About Accordions - for piano and button accordions
• Dan Possumato - Pittsburgh born and one of the finest old style button accordion players.
• Martin Quinn - Accordion player, also provides a repair, tuning and restoration service to many of Ireland's leading accordionists
• Seamus Walshe - A Clare man playing in a simple, uncluttered accordion style that befits somebody completely at home with their music
• Kincora Accordions - Handmade in Ennis, County Clare by Master accordion player and Tuner/Repairer Martin Connolly
• Bobby Gardiner - Traditional Irish button accordion, melodeon and lilting.
• John Whelan - delivering the gift of song through his accordion
• The Box Place - a complete repair and restoration service for melodeons (diatonic accordions) and concertinas
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