"Accordion Stories From The Heart" Author Talk & Mini-Concert April 28 In Harwinton
The Harwinton Congregational Church at 1 Litchfield Road will host an author talk and mini-concert featuring Angelo Paul Ramunni, owner of the New England Accordion Museum in Canaan, Conn. and author of "Accordion Stories From The Heart".
By: New England Accordion Connection & Museum Co.
The sanctuary of the Harwinton Congregational Church will be the setting of the April 28 program, and a reception will be held at 3:30 in the Lower Fellowship Hall of the church located across from the Town Green.
During his program, Angelo Paul Ramunni, founder of the New England Accordion Connection and Museum Co. in North Canaan, Conn., will share stories from his recently-published book and perform a number of accordion songs. Mr. Ramunni will also welcome questions from attendees during the program. Books will be available for purchase along with the author's autograph after the program.
"Accordion Stories from the Heart" provides a wealth of stunning photos and loving insights into the exceptional, and sometimes tear-evoking stories involving many featured accordions from around the world. Throughout his book, Mr. Ramunni tenderly describes the people who played and listened to this beautiful musical instrument over the past two centuries.
The hard-covered 143-page "Accordion Stories from the Heart" is rich with warm and fascinating accordion-related stories plus more than 70 photos of spectacularly decorated hand-built accordions of multiple colors and ivory keyboards. Most of the accordions originate from countries worldwide and date back to 1829.
The book stems from Mr. Ramunni's privately-operated New England Accordion Connection & Museum Company where he showcases over 500+ beautiful accordions plus a studio where he repairs, buys and sells remarkable hand-crafted accordions. He also offers for sale over 10,000 pieces of sheet music and accordion-related books.
The easy-to-read "Accordion Stories from the Heart" is filled with very personal and in large print accordion stories. The book's retail price is $39.95 and it is sold through https://www.amazon.com and at https://www.barnesandnoble.com.
Autographed copies of "Accordion Stories from the Heart" can be purchased at the book signing and mini-concert or by calling the New England Accordion Connection & Museum Company at 860-833-1374 or by visiting http://newenglandaccordionconnectionandmuseumcompany.com/
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Admission is free to the Sunday, April 28 book signing, mini-concert and reception from 2:00 to 4:00 PM at the Harwinton Congregational Church at 1 Litchfield Road at the corner of Route 4 and North Road in Harwinton, Connecticut, www.harwintoncongucc.org, 860-485-1043.
Angelo Paul Ramunni