Accordion crimes is essentially a social history of the immigrant experience in america, beginning with the accordion maker in 19th century sicily who crosses the ocean for a better life, so it was a stroke of genius, in my opinion, for proulx to use a musical instrument, the accordion of the title, as a narrative device to hold together the. I hope this item is all that you require for your students and classroom. This project is, perhaps, a bit more involved than those of weeks past, but it allows me to introduce a few additional basic materials found in every book artists studio and a handy technique or two. Wunderweg wondrous way by vira lozinsky yiddish book. Visit the ebookstore for specific accordion book projects with patterns. Mini accordian book photo tutorial 2 cut cardboard covers slightly larger paper crafts for gifts. It is one of the staples of the mini scrapbook world as they are so versatile and you can do so many things with them. American color imaging 715 e 18th st, cedar falls, iowa 3192773655 8007282722.
Mel bay the mighty accordion is a truly unique and muchneeded guide to playing the bass side of the accordion. Accordion book tutorial by jeannine stein accordion book tutorial by sarah nielsen accordion book tutorial by susan kapuscinski gaylord accordion book tutorial from the booklyn artists alliance pdf. Sometimes we make one big family list, and other times we each make our own. Accordion music books and dvds we have an extensive selection of instructional books, songbooks, dvds, and cds. Like the envelope book, this project can enhance your ela, social studies, science. See more ideas about accordion book, book making and handmade books. Once you master the basic structure, you can add layers see my triple accordion book. How to make accordion books as many of you parents know there is some great artwork in childrens books. That name, to me, is a misnomer when applied to rectangularshaped books, as concertinas are shaped as hexagons. On a standard, fullsized, the range of the keyboard goes from the f below the middle c, all the way up to the third a above middle c 41 notes. These accordion style mini photo books offer a fun and affordable way to showcase your.
So it is no surprise that kids are often quite eager to create their own stories with accompanying illustrations. Of course, the first picture was photobombed by my cat aptly named curious, she always has to check out everything. Have students place their accordion book on the desk and flatten it out so they have a long row of six pages or boxes. Accordion mini photo books accordion fold photo books. Susan kapuscinski gaylord teaches you how to make an accordion book. In 2000 he established the accordion department in the jerusalem academy of music and dance. Advantages of accordion the piano ecordion is a very simple insmament to play. Since 1994 emil aybinder has been the musical director of hora jerusalem. Accordion book valley folds mountain folds flip over side view side view mountain folds side view fold each end into first mountain fold open all folds fold each mountain fold in to the center mountain fold. The accordion book originated in asia to accommodate scrolls that had become unmanageable because of their size and length. I recently received a request for directions on how i make my accordion books. I used to try and piece it together but now i use a roll of kraft paper or packaging paper. Players from the us would most likely need to order the beatles accordion songbook through amazon uk or an international reseller. Mar 21, 2008 susan kapuscinski gaylord teaches you how to make an accordion book.
The right hand of a piano accordion is played the same way as you would play a piano, with usually the same fingerings. Making books for the holiday season, and a color poem book in homes for poems. By melinda crean of top notch teaching thank you for downloading my product. Specific projects using the accordion book are on susans making books with children blog. Learn to play scottish accordion from beginners to more advanced techniques with our extensive range of fiddle tutor books. Materials strips of paper cut to size cardstock for covers, the same size as the folded text block, bone folder or wooden craft stick. Meander accordion folded book book folding, maze book. Accordion books are great for exhibits and displays because you can stand them up and view both sides.
It is good to practice and be precise about your page folds. Ruth originally made these tiny books as gifts for her advanced bookmaking students after a particularly challenging project, but you dont have to learn coptic stitch to try it out for yourself. These books are made from a long strip of paper and folded accordion style. The finished size of the accordion book will vary depending on the size of the paper that you use. Accordion minis are perfect for celebrating any occasion we have newborn accordion minis, wedding accordion minis, holiday accordion minis or an accordion mini for the day you finally get everybody in the same room and smiling. Shes also sometimes an irritable cartoon named tiny cranky haley. A comprehensive collection of progressive exercises guide the student in learning and mastering basschord patterns. The accordion is one of the most simple but most elegant book forms, and its great for displaying prints or photographs. Im not a real book artist but have fun creating them from time to time. Over the past few weeks, weve dipped our toes into the world of bookbinding. Emil aybinder the jerusalem academy of music and dance.
If a page of the book isnt showing here, please add text bookcat to the end of the page concerned. Accordionright hand piano accordion wikibooks, open. Pete lees the beatles accordion songbook is a bit harder, but thus more interesting. Sep 06, 2011 ruth bleakley is a very talented book binder. Children can fill the pages with funny cartoons, fun drawings, or even paste in photos of friends and family. A playful alternative to the traditional book, accordion books display multiple images so clients can show off more than just one favorite. Accordionright hand piano accordion from wikibooks, open books for an open world to. Accordion music, accordion music books for sale in canada. Triangle accordion book tutorial sticks, stones, and. Each side of the folded sheet can be ordered in either spreads or individual images.
Accordion book keepsake with angela liguori remodelista. Mar 24, 2014 i recently received a request for directions on how i make my accordion books. Luckily, her tutorial for making these beautiful mini accordion books is simple enough even for the uninitiated. Once you master the basic structure, you can add layers see my triple accordion book, popups, foldouts or make a book within a book by stitching signatures between the folds. Have fun gather your supplies fold the long piece of paper in half. While the history of the accordion began in the seventeenth century, the history of the accordion book is actually much older. The accordion book is a great scrapbook for beginners and even more experienced paper crafters who want a quick project. A collection of standard virtuoso accordion by the maestro accordionist emil aybinder. Today, im sharing some simple hard cover accordion books that are covered with hand made botanical paper.
Its easy to find at the dollar store or post office and you can roll out however long a piece you want. After mastering a fivehole pamphlet stitch and japanese fourhole binding, its time to tackle the final introductory process. The official website of the accordion artist emil aybinder. I can read lh piano, so its no problem for me to comvert the accordion lh to basschord for piano or organ. Its so easy to translate to keyboard, im thinking i might try some other accordion books. Unfollow accordion music books to stop getting updates on your ebay feed. Accordion piano style digital download composed by pietro deiro.
This category contains pages that are part of the accordion book. Here stateside, the palmer hughes method books are the standard for. Emil played as a soloist with different dance groups, chamber ensembles and folklore orchestras in. Im really drawn to simple books at the moment, especially accordion structures.
For example, german binders call accordion books leporellos. There are two audio tracks for each song a full performance for listening, plus a separate backing track which lets you be the soloist. Musical instruments accordion, box 1, folder b, archives center, national museum of american history, smithsonian institution. Im particularly interested in any of the following. These accordionstyle mini photo books offer a fun and affordable way to showcase your. Aybinder was born in kishinev in the republic of moldova. You can use all fingers, including the thumb, to play on this keyboard. He began his studies of accordion at the age of 7 and graduated the music high school and music academy in kishinev in accordion, piano and conducting. You can view a list of all subpages under the book main page not including the book main page itself, regardless of whether theyre categorized, here.
Ticotico no fuba, libertango astor piazzola tango with corrado. In 2001 created the ensemble for folklore music of the academy the volcan ensemble, of which he is the conductor, arranger and soloist. This method book keeps inline with modern trends in the world for the accordion. The piano accordion simple method some little knowledge ofmusic is needed if you wish to play correctly, and the purpose of this book is to teeh you in the shortest possible time without drudgery. While the history of the accordion began in the seventeenth century, the history of the accordion book is actu ally much older.
Sedlon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. This is such a versatile book that is perfect for displaying both pictures and words, and can be as simple or complicated as you like. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and oneofakind products and gifts related to your search. Nov 14, 2008 accordion books are very easy to make. No matter what youre looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Here stateside, the palmer hughes method books are the standard for learning. Shop the best selection of accordion music books at and get the lowest price and fast, free shipping. See more ideas about accordion book, handmade books and. This guide shows the simple steps for making an accordion book. Emil aybinder, the virtuoso of the accordion plays some fampus melodies. Wishes for the new year accordion books make and takes. I was playing at a high level technically, but my technique has plummeted since then. Raising the art of playing the accordion at the academic level should be the goal of every student and teacher.
The music is arranged and performed by emil aybinder, accordion virtuoso, former concertmaster of the jok and meorica m in her second disk vira lozinsky blends yiddish lyrics written by her father, mikhoel felsenbaum, with a variety of musical styles like romanian, gypsy, russian romances, tango, waltz and others. In 2000 he established the accordion department in the jerusalem academy of music and dance, and in 2001 created the ensemble for folklore music of the academy the volcan ensemble, of which he is the conductor, arranger and soloist. The accordion playalong series features custom accordion arrangements with cd tracks recorded by a live band accordion, bass and drums. Accordion books, like musical accordions, can also have different names.
Accordion books contain heavy weight acidfree paper, folded and bound to hold up to ten 4 x 6 or 5 x 7 photos. Emil aybinder, one of the best accordion player in the world is playing at the klezmer feaestival of tsfat in the galilee. The hardest part is usually finding a piece of paper long enough to fold into the book. Festivals of light accordion book in festivals of light. From the sam devincent collection of illustrated american sheet music, series 21. How to make a accordion fold mini scrapbook album craft. I wasnt familiar with the lh accordion notation, but i found a nice explanation on the internet. Oct 18, 2015 emil aybinder, one of the best accordion player in the world is playing at the klezmer feaestival of tsfat in the galilee. Today we are going to make a funny clown accordion book.
However, my knowledge of music theory has skyrocketed so im not looking for any theory books. Lt in the uk inquired about some of the accordion book processes and i thought it was a great time to reexplore a past book design. Before the workshop, i set out my supplies to photograph the directions for making a simple accordion book. Accordion book keepsake with angela liguori justine hand january 25, 20 when photographing angela liguoris studio last week, i admired a small accordion book among her treasures, propped open to reveal a charming story by her son, hani. Class fee includes all materials we use to make three accordion books.
In the 1787 opera don giovanni, with music by wolfgang mozart and an italian libretto by lorenzo da ponte, don giovannis servant is. Youtube padam padam on the roland fr7x v accordion by richard noel duration. Although i havent written a tutorial myself, i found several great tutorials online. In german dictionaries, leporello is defined as a fan of folded paper.
This week, well put aside the needle and thread and explore a book constructed without a single stitch. Meander accordion folded book meander maze book maze book origami accordion book this is a 16 page rectangular minibook. Accordion books become longer and longer by adding more accordions. Each handmade book can be displayed as a standing set of frames or as a twosided book.
I also dont use the proper terminology in explanations. This year, we made these cute pocket accordion books to hold all our continued. They can be plain or very elaborate with fancy papers, popouts and popups and windows. Hey everyone, recently ive picked the accordion back up after i took a hiatus. If you want to see some other types of this book, do an internet image search for concertina book or accordion book. Decorative cover paper, drawing paper, bone folder, triangle ruler, scissors, happiness. Ancient accordionfolded books have been found in many parts of asia, including china, japan, korea, thailand, india, and burma. Students will only be working on the top side of the paper.