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01. AAA Formation, 2018, What Events Led to the Formation of the American Accordionists' Association?
02. AAA-History 2018, Documenting the Fascinating History of the AAA
03. AAA logos and promotional materials, 2018, 80 Years of AAA Logos and Promotional Materials
04. Accordion instruction, 2018, Timeless Articles on Accordion Instruction
05. AAA-Schools 2018, Growing up in the accordion schools: The 1950s through the 1970s
06. Brian Berlin, 2016, Brian Berlin: Using the accordion to teach music in elementary school
07. AAA-Biviano-Magnante 2018, Joseph Biviano and Charles Magnante - A Lifetime Commitment to the American Accordionists' Association (AAA)
08. Manny Bobenrieth, 2014, Meet US Army Accordionist, Sergeant Major Manuel Bobenrieth
09. Frank Busso, 2017, Spotlight on Frank Busso - Musician, Educator, Conductor and Ambassador of the Accordion
10. Joe Cerrito, 2016, Joe Cerrito: Consummate Musician and Extraordinary Educator
Joe Cerrito Performs with the Venice Symphony Orchestra
11. Lou Coppola and Joan Sommers, 2015, The First to Represent the US at the Coupe Mondiale - Still Going Strong 60 Years Later
12. Lou Coppola, 2013, AAA US Virtuoso Champion in the 1950s is still making great music six decades later
Lou Coppola, 2018, AAA Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation to Lou Coppola
Lou Coppola, 2020, Obituary
13. AAA-Curnow 2018, Beverly Roberts Curnow - 1964 World Fair Accordion Queen and 1965 World Accordion Champion still bringing joy with her beloved instrument
14. Guy Klucevsek and Cody McSherry - 2017, A Heartwarming Story of Coincidences
15. Guy Klucevsek, 2018, Accordionist and composer, Guy Klucevsek, has "an experience of a lifetime"
16. Guy Klucevsek, 2020, Just Released! “VIGNETTES, Short Pieces for Accordion” Delightful original compositi ons by Guy Klucevsek
17. Frank Marocco, 2012, The Accordion World Lost a Great Musician and Friend, Frank Marocco: January 2, 1931 - March 3, 2012
18. Joey Miskulin, 2019, reprinted from the AAA Festival Journal 2019, Valley Forge, PA.
20. William Morse, 2017, Dr. William Morse - World renowned conductor and jazz pianist returns to the instrument of his youth
21. Joyce Palmer, 2015, Meet Washington DC's Own Joyce Palmer - A Beautiful Story
22. Carmelo Pino, 2009, Gentle Giant of the Accordion World - Dr. Carmelo Pino
25. Joan Sommers, 2018, Professor Joan Cochran Sommers - Consummate musician, educator, arranger and conductor
26. Reed and Tokarski, 2018, Spotlight on Linda Soley Reed and Mary Tokarski
27. Gabe Hall-Rodriques and Jamie Maschler Catching Up With “Creosote”
28. And All Because of a Bumper Sticker JoAnn Pankow and Art Piel - USA
29. Memories of “Mama Stella” Allison, Maryland - USA
30. Passing of Rose-Marie Bruno Coppola, Bridgeport - USA
31. Anthony Mecca (1921-2015), Connecticut - USA, Preface by Joan Grauman, article by Rob Howard
33. Spotlight on Peter DiGiovanni — Accordionist, Composer, Arranger, and Technical “Whiz”
34. The Pioneer Women of the American Accordionists’ Association, Part 1 Introduction
35. The Pioneer Women of the American Accordionists’ Association, Part II Addie Cere (1919-2005)
36. The Pioneer Women of the American Accordionists’ Association, Part III Maddalena Belfiore
37. The Pioneer Women of the American Accordionists’ Association, Part IV Alice Essie Bradshaw
38. The Pioneer Women of the American Accordionists’ Association, Part V Teresa Costello
39. The Pioneer Women of the American Accordionists’ Association, Part VI Elsie Bennett
40. The Pioneer Women of the American Accordionists’ Association, Part VII Faithe Deffner
41. Gratitude for my almost 68 years of love for the accordion! written by Joan Grauman with introduction by Rita Barnea.
Rita Davdison Barnea is the New AAA Secretary
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