noun see accordion I

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  • Accordionist — Ac*cor di*on*ist, n. A player on the accordion. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • accordionist — accordion ► NOUN ▪ a musical instrument played by stretching and squeezing with the hands to work a bellows, the melody and chords being sounded by buttons or keys. DERIVATIVES accordionist noun. ORIGIN from Italian accordare to tune …   English terms dictionary

  • accordionist — noun a musician who plays the accordion • Hypernyms: ↑musician, ↑instrumentalist, ↑player * * * accordionist (əˈkɔːdɪənɪst) [f. prec. + ist.] A player on the accordion …   Useful english dictionary

  • accordionist — /euh kawr dee euh nist/, n. a person who plays the accordion, esp. with skill. [ACCORDION + IST] * * * …   Universalium

  • accordionist — noun A player of the accordion …   Wiktionary

  • accordionist — n. one who plays the accordion …   English contemporary dictionary

  • accordionist — accor·di·on·ist …   English syllables

  • Francisco Ulloa (accordionist) — See also Francisco de UlloaInfobox Person name = Francisco Ulloa image size = caption = birth name = birth date = birth place = death date = death place = death cause = resting place = resting place coordinates = residence = Santiago, Dominican… …   Wikipedia

  • Matti Rantanen (accordionist) — Matti Rantanen Matti Rantanen (born February 20 1952, is a Finnish accordionist. He won the Finnish Youth Accordion Championship four successive times from 1964 to 1967, national championship in 1968, the Scandinavian championship in 1969 and… …   Wikipedia

  • Mika Väyrynen (accordionist) — Mika Väyrynen (born 1967, Helsinki, Finland) is an accordion artist.[1] He started his performance career by giving his debut recital in 1985, when was just 17 years old. Since then, he has concertized all over the world, including most of the… …   Wikipedia

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