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Our articles are full of scores and many more are added periodically. Yet who has the nerve and the time to go through them all? And what if they overlook some accordionistic treasure? That would be such a pity! Hence this simple alphabetical list of songs in PDF. If you’re interested in...
Depending where you live the best source in the U.S. is Ernest Deffner. They have many of the books from the fifties which are not expensive.
You do need to keep in mind that most of the music they send is photocopies of the originals, but as I said their prices are very low and their
catalogue is huge.
Liberty Bellows also has a good page of sheet music and method books. They are in Philadelphia but of course one can order on line.
Sheet music plus again in the U.S. has some books-palmer hughes, etc but I think they've got the smallest collection of sheet music for
And thank-you everyone for the links-there goes my wallet.