This video should be of interest to any accordion players looking to try something new or interested in adding a new dimension to their playing.
Backing tracks available for over 125 songs. Set yourself apart from other accordion players. Sound like a professional playing in front of professional sounding backup .Go beyond the stereo typed polkas and waltzes, and play some Country, Beach Boys, Elvis, Beatles and other very cool non traditional accordion music. Includes an mp3 along with corresponding notes for $5.00 per song. If you might be interested in learning to play with back tracks Request a list of available songs.
During these difficult time I thought that this might be appropriate.
If you're considering a lesson or two or maybe even just a little guidance; spend some time with this website , paying particular attention to the “Tips and Tutorials” page, along with some of the videos .
Once you've done this, should you feel that I may be able to help you, please let me know by sending me an email to email@example.com . We can then arrange for an initial SKYPE meeting such that we can do an initial assessment to determine if it would be beneficial to proceed further. There would be no charge for this session
Should both you and I agree that we should proceed then further sessions would be conducted using SKYPE at a cost of $15.00 USD per half hour.
Thanks and I look forward to working with you.
Very Best Regards, Anthony
"Oh, Pretty Woman" or "Pretty Woman" is a song recorded by Roy Orbison. It was released as a single in August 1964 on Monument Records and spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 . The record ultimately sold seven million copies and marked the high point in Orbison's career. "Oh, Pretty Woman" was eventually the basis for the 1990 film Pretty Woman starring Julia Roberts and the 2018 Broadway musical Pretty Woman: The Musical.
"Vaya con Dios , literally "Go with God") is a popular song written by Larry Russell, Inez James, and Buddy Pepper, and first recorded by Anita O'Day in December 1952. Les Paul and Mary Ford had a No. 1 recording of the song in 1953. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. As it turns out it's also a wonderful accordion tune.