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Thread: Use of the accordion as "portable organ"

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    p Piano andijah's Avatar
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    Thanks for your response, Bill.

    It's good to see another active accordionist here.

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    Yesterday was another service where I used the accordion. The congregation was small, maybe 16 people, and we all sat around tables. As introduction piece, I played a prelude by Joseph Lederer (1733 - 1796) in g minor, originally written for organ (manuals only). I have a collection of manuals-only organ music for beginners and I find that many of these pieces work rather nicely on the accordion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doddy.van.Straaten View Post
    No place for this in church then?
    Not any church I am acquainted with. Certainly not actually during a Worship Service. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco? Sorry, no, just no.

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