A piano accordion is an accordion equipped with a right-hand keyboard similar to a piano or organ.
In comparison to a piano keyboard, the keys are more rounded, smaller, and lighter to the touch. These go vertically down the side, pointing inward, toward the bellows, making them accessible to only one hand while handling the accordion.
The bass piano accordion is a variation of a piano accordion without bass buttons and with the piano keyboard in an octave lower. They typically have around 3 octaves.
The Rockabilly Sailor Gals
The Sailor Gal Cirque Show are as refreshing as the sea breeze itself! An exciting collection of high class circus performers and musicians, dancing their way through the crowds occasionally pausing to share their sailor gal talents learnt from their world ventures.
A fine display of hula hoops, lasso rope tricks, diablo, acrobalance, juggling and incorporated dance all to the swinging tunes of the um-papa accordion and backing - mash tracks.
It’s not just about the tricks… it’s about the whole package.
An attention to detail ensures that every performance – be it a theatre show, an outdoor festival of roving- every performance has been given the right amount of attention. Costumes are made, choreography is created, music carefully chosen, all safety is accounted for and rehearsals are undertaken to ensure the perfect performance for each occasion.