Compiled by Jeroen Nijhof.
Please let me know if you find any errors, or if you know of a link that should be included!

Music Publishers & Sheet Music

Sheet music (or MIDI) on the net

Most of the tunes below are in the in Chris Walshaw's abc format or have been produced with abc2mtex or abc2ps. Consequently, most tunes below can be found in the web-wide abc index
  • Locally, for non-US accordion players who want to know what is so terrible about it: the sheet music of Lady of Spain.
  • Also locally, my Monday evening tunes : Bravade, `Od koga' pravo, Jesusita en Chihuahua, En Bolivia el carnaval, Sirdes, a Cajun Two Step, Kopanitsa, Walenki and Janiman Kavrakh, Three Irish polkas, Cînd eram pe ialomita, Waltzin' to Mongolia, the Ranger's Waltz, Mologhata and a Swedish polka.
  • Steve Allen of Seabright Morris and Sword has a collection of 90 Morris tunes in abc-format, and besides, links to more Morris-related info on the WWW. (!)

  • The web site of Ing-Britt Alvesparr (in Swedish) has information about her CD, photos of accordionists, and sheet music for her own songs/tunes (hambos, schottisches, waltzes etc.)
  • Alistair Anderson's Concertina Workshop consists of an LP, now reissued on CD, and a 40 page tutor -- which can be downloaded from the above page.
  • Fernanod Ariza's site on El acordeén diatónico, (in Spanish) with a short history, explanation of the instrument, information on some players, courses, organisations, methods, etc. Also: sheet music with tablature for G/C accordions, (in Spanish) in PDF/midi format

  • Hans Baken has published a 115 page Fake Book Folk Music from Bulgaria which can be downloaded for free (PDF, 6.7 MB) -- or you can order a hardcopy from lulu.com (for EUR 7.50 + shipping).
  • Andy Bakke from St. Augustine, Florida, a.k.a. AccordionMan, was a full time entertainer, until health problems interfered. He played both solo and with an Oktoberfest band, "Andy and the Oompahs". On AccordionMan's International MIDI pages he has a collection of German, polka, Scandinavian, Italian, etc. MIDI tunes. He has also got pages with mp3 files and videos now. An Andy Bakke biography
  • Balkanarama: sheet music from Bosnia, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Gypsy music

  • "Tanguero Italiano" Athos Bassissi (in Italian) is a bandoneonist and chromatic button accordionist. He plays mostly tangos, but also musette and polkas.
  • A Russian site with sheet music for bayan with arrangements of compositions by amongst others Borodin, Glinka, Prokoviev, Grieg, Strauss, and Russian folk songs, in zipped PDF format. A few biographies as well.
  • The BBC Radio 2 site features a Virtual Session (Flash): play along with Ian Carr, John McCusker, Michael McGoldrick, Tomai Taylor and Karen Tweed. Altogether there are 50 jigs, reels, hornpipes etc in 20 sets, in a reasonable tempo, with the "dots" (plus chords).

  • Dominique Bellot (in French) has a site with free sheet music for dance music, mostly for compositions written or arranged by him: Javas, paso dobles, tangos, etc.
  • Gianluca Bibiani (in Italian) is a composer and arranger of popular Italian folk and entertainment music. The site contains some MIDI files and MP3 clips from his CDs, as well as sheet music (in PDF) -- not only of his own recordings, but also some of Ivano Pescari, Fabrizio Donati and Leonardo Primi.
  • Boombal, (in Dutch) is a monthly folk ball in Ghent, Belgium, organised by accordionist Wim Clayes. (in Dutch) It has since become a proper noun, as the formula has been copied widely, both in Belgium and now also in the Netherlands: traditional dances with live music, preceded by dance instruction. The Boombal website also contains sheet music for mostly traditional French music, (in Dutch) mostly with chords and tablature for C/F melodeons.

  • Nils-Helge Brede from Tysvær, Norway, has got Accordion Tango MIDI and (non-tango) Accordion MIDI pages
  • Étienne André's Breizh Partitions has free scores of Breton and Celtic music in various formats, but always including either gif or jpg. (not strictly for accordion, but useful none the less)
  • The W95 music notation package Caesura has support for tablature for (French) diatonic accordions

  • Ceolas carries notation for several hundred traditional tunes (mostly Celtic), in various formats, along with music software and an index of most published tune sources and links to other sites with tunes and songs.
  • John Chamber's abc music collection, with traditional tunes (with chords) from all over the world: English, Irish, Scandinavian, Balkan, Mexican, Quebecois, you name it. Amongst others, it contains O'Neill's Music of Ireland (the "1850" and the "1001"). He has a robot searching the Web for abc files; the resulting list of music on the net contains over ten thousand titles. Better still, with his ABC Tune Finder you can search for a title, and it can translate the tune into Postscript, a gif file (does not work yet, it seems), or MIDI. (!)
  • Danny Chapman has some concertina tunes, among which a number of classical (English) concertina pieces

  • Le Collectif Accordéon diatonique de Bretagne with their online magazine "Paroles d'Anches". The site includes tablature for a number of tunes by amongst others Bernard Loffet, Yann Fañch Perroches and Roger Poitevin.
  • The Czech Area Concertina Club claims to be the world's largest Chemnitzer concertina club. They meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month. Their web site contains sheet music for their repertoire in PDF format, with both the normal dots and tablature; some 100 tunes, mostly waltzes and polkas.
  • A collection of traditional contradances from the Contradancers of Hawaii

  • A downloadable version of the 1905 Paul de Ville: The Concertina and How to Play It, a method for Anglo concertina, "including 250 Patriotic and Sacred Songs and well known Melodies". An article about The Concertina and How to Play It by Randall C. Merris.
  • Belgian composer Koen Dejonghe (who teaches practical harmony and improvisation at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp) has written or arranged a number of tangos, some for ensembles including accordion. They can be heard on the above site, and the sheet music can also be printed with the Sibelius Scorch plug-in.
  • Gabriele Di Pietro (in Italian) is an Italian organetto player and composer. Sheet music for various of his compositions, such as La Polka del trillo, are available in PDF format.

  • L'accordéon Diato des amateurs (in French) (!) is an extensive site about the diatonic accordion by Anicet Le Marre, for amateurs in both senses of the word: non-professionals and enthusiasts. It contains tablature for various tunes, a beginner's course for the diatonic accordion (starting from how to hold the instrument), information about courses, history, some music theory, and a lot more.
  • Sheet music for diatonisch accordion (in Dutch) at the Harmonicahoek, and links to sheet music elsewhere (both online and collections for sale). Amongst others it contains a collection of tunes from Diatonisch Nieuwsblad in MIDI format, mostly transcribed by Jos Gores.
  • Not for accordions, strictly speaking, but extensive: the Digital Tradition folk song database.

  • Martin Döring's page of abc tunes (in German) with Steyrische tunes, a copy of John B. Walsh' session tunes, and 222 songs from the Digital Tradition translated into abc format.
  • Scores from Amsterdam, compositions by Hans van Eck and Norbert Wissink, for accordion quintet, saxophone and accordion and soprano, percussion and accordion
  • Editions Stan provides free sheet music for accordion, by various (French) composers; waltzes, bossa nova, cha cha etc.

  • Hans Elst (in Dutch) has got a site with some general information about the diatonic accordion, as well as tablature for various tunes and songs -- including own transcriptions of a few Katie Melua songs. He has also a written a 59 page TablEdit manual (in Dutch), which is available on request.
  • An Estonian site with free sheet music and scores for accordion: polkas, waltzes, swing, fox-trot, tangos, etc.
  • www.folkaccordeon.nl (in Dutch) is a site by Erik de Jong, from Enschede, the Netherlands, mainly about the piano accordion in Irish folk music. Amongst others his site contains a session tune book with 63 tunes, with chords. Erik plays in various bands: in a duo with Tannahill Weaver Roy Gullane, in The Doggy Few, which is the house band of the O'Ceallaigh's pub in Groningen, in Carritwen, and in balfolk collective Gonnagles. (in Dutch)

  • Eric Foxley maintains the Nottingham Folk Music Database, a database of over 1000 traditional tunes in `Nottingham ASCII' format. If a gif version does not exist, it can be generated.
  • A list of Free scores on the web with categories for accordion, piano, saxophone etc.
  • Frans Fuchs' Volksmusik und Volkstanz im Alpenland (in German) with sheet music and tablature for Steyrische (Griffschrift) for Austrian folk dances and songs, as well as information about the Steyrische accordion (in German)

  • Gerard Gerritsen's Spelen met de trekharmonica (in Dutch) contains sheet music for his own compositions and music from others (PDF and MIDI format), with tablature for C/F melodeons with a "turned key" ("gedraaide toets"), G/C melodeons and Steyrische harmonika in G/C/F/B. It also includes a diagram with the layout of a Club accordion, as well as scales and a few simple waltzes in tablature for Club accordion. Since 2010 there is a videocourse on his site: how to play the melodeon
  • Rémy Ginoux diatonic accordion page with amongst others some tunes in tablature, in TablEdit format.
  • Association Grain de Sel - Grain de Sol (in French) organises amongst others diatonic accordion lessons, in Bordeaux, given by Eric Brocard. The Grain de Sol site has tablature for G/C diatonic accordions, (in French) for some tunes, arranged by Eric.

  • Paul Guieze's Musiques traditionnelles en liberté, with free sheet music (in .png format), Midi files and MP3 files for traditional music. Mostly from France, but also from e.g. Germany, the USA, Venezuela and the Seychelles.
  • Elias Howe: The Complete Preceptor for the Accordeon, published in New York City in 1843. Henry Doktorski found this book in the Music and Art Department of the Carnegie Public Library in Pittsburgh PA, and scanned it. The book contains diagrams of scale for a two diatonic single-action accordion (early types, without basses!), and 86 songs written in traditional staff notation for single-line melody in treble clef, with tablature.
  • Martijn Huijbreghs has a collection of accordion MIDI files, amongst others Ole Guapa, a West Side Story Medly, and the Zuiderzee Ballade

  • Tino Jeschek (in German) teaches piano accordion (and chromatic button accordion) and Steyrische accordion in Berlin. The website also contains sheet music of compositions and accordion orchestra arrangements by Tino Jeschek
  • Claude Kaeser (in French) is an accordionist, band leader, multi-instrumentalist and accordion repairer. His website contains sheet music for various of his compositions: waltzes, javas, boleros, paso dobles etc.
  • To help himself getting a grip on the tunes, Klaus Bock entered Kanters Volkstüliche Akkordeonschule (in German) into Myriad's Melody Assistant.

  • Shpilkes Klezmer band, form Needham, Massachusetts, with with Jim Mavor on accordion, was formerly known as The Temple Aliyah Klezmer Band. They have collected a repertoire of klezmer scores.
  • Reiner Oberbeck's Klezmixx contains sheet music for some 50 klezmer tunes (and a few Bolivian tunes as well): arrangements for ensemble, lead sheets, parts for instruments in C or in B flat, lyrics, and MIDI versions -- and MP3 files for a some of the tunes.
  • Lyrics and melodies (MIDI, for some of them) of ("Robokopp") Richard Kopp's Folk song collection, including hymns, shanties, "Des Knaben Wunderhorn", war songs, etc.

  • The Lester S. Levy Collection of Sheet Music contains over 29,000 pieces of music, mainly popular American music from 1780 to 1960. All pieces are indexed, and for music published before 1923 (i.e. out of copyright) images of the cover and each page of music are available. Not too many pieces specifically for accordion, though: 14, of which 2 ("I'll Never Say "Never Again"" and "You Can't Pull the Wool Over My Eyes") before 1923; and one ("Annie Laurie, or, Edinburgh Quadrille") with accompaniment (ad libitum) for the violin, flute, or concertina.
  • Max Lhopital (in French) plays musette in a duo with Nicole. His site has sheet music for some of his compositions.
  • in the Library of Congress' colectoin of sheet music form 1870 - 1885 I could find one book for accordion: Winner's American instructor for the German accordion (scans of all 66 pages available)

  • Tunes for the diatonic accordion with tablatures (for G/C accordions, but that's easy to transpose, of course), transcribed by Bernard Loffet
  • Manchester Klezmer doesn't haven accordionist, but their website has sheet music for some 60 klezmer tunes in PDF format.
  • Mandrágora Tango Orchestra is a music collective from Minneapolis, Minnesota, which can range in size from a duo to a 9-piece orchestra. It is led led by accordionist Bob Barnes. He has put online a book of sheet music for all of their repertoire, with leadsheets for about 100 tangos in one big PDF file.

  • According to Tim D., harmonica tabs such as those of Jack Mearl can be used on a Cajun accordion by converting 2-> button 1, 3 -> button 2, etc.
  • Standard MIDI Files on the Net aims to be The Most Complete & Best-Maintained List of Sites with MIDI Files
  • Andrea Capezzuoli's Mondorganetto (in Italian) is dedicated to the diatonic accordion, with amongst others a short history, a list of (links to) manufacturers, groups, sites with MIDI and tablature, and some Italian and French tunes in MIDI format.

  • Paul van Muijen's Trekzak Pagina (in Dutch) features a selection of French, Dutch and other tunes in tablature for C/F melodeon (and MIDI)
  • Musica Viva, Frank Nordberg's free sheet music archive with folk and classical songs, traditional music in abc format, many links to other sites offering free sheet music, and more.
  • MuzAMus, (in Dutch) a music archive with sheet music for users of the MusiCAD (in Dutch) program. The file format used is plain text, and there is an abc2mc program; a converter the other way around shouldn't be to hard to write.

  • Ingemar Nilsson (in Swedish) is a retired music teacher from Roknas near Piteå. On his site he has a number of MIDI arrangement of tunes for accordion and accordion ensemble.
  • Henrik Norbek has a selection of Irish and Swedish tunes in abc format
  • Odinokaya garmon' (Lonely accordion) is a song from the movie Delo Rumyantseva, with music by B. Mokrousov and words by M. Isakovsky. Another page for odinokaya garmon (in Russian) has chords and a MIDI version. And on Youtube you can find videos of odinokaya garmon, including one of Volodymyr Kurylenko performing Chernikov's improvisation on "The Lonely Harmonica"

  • Simon Plantinga has scanned the Oude en Nieuwe Hollantse Boerenlieties en Contredansen, a Dutch collection of tunes that appeared between 1700 and 1716.
  • Hans Palm's tunes as sheet music, MIDI and sound files.He has also received a few contributions for his waltz composition contest
  • Mark Palms' gonecajun.com contains a selection of (fiddle) cajun tune transcriptions, with melody line plus chords.

  • partitionsgratuites.com (in French) offers free sheet music, mostly for songs or dances either arranged or written by John L. Philip or Jacky Delance.
  • Sylvain Peron's tradfrance with sheet music for 630 traditional French tunes, mostly in abc format. For some of them, audio samples in MIDI or RealAudio are available. Sylvain Perron plays in trio Les abandonnés.
  • Diou Flo, formerly Potes Flor', is an accordion consisting of two Florences: Florence Glorion on chromatic accordion and Florence Pinvidic on diatonic accordion. They play Breton music and original compositions. Their site contains tablature for some traditional tunes and for some of their own compositions.

  • Primo Tema Publishing Music House sells music books, such as Anna Magdalena's Notenbuechlein arranged for accordion, and provides freely downloadable Italian pop, folk and Latin MIDI files and scores in pdf format Also: Primo Tema's "Free Sheet Music" Mailing List
  • Aleksey Prosvetov's Sheet music library for accordion and bayan (in Russian) contains a large collection of Soviet songs, Russian and Soviet romances, as well as some waltzes, tangos and foxtrots, as zipped jpeg and TIFF files. The site also has some articles, biographies, and a list of links to other (mostly Russian) sites with accordion sheet music and MP3 sound files.
  • Ivo van der Putten (in Dutch) [uses Flash for navigation] has arranged a collection of Dutch children's songs (in Dutch) for C/F diatonic accordions. He plays accordion for shanty choir Op Koers (in Dutch) [uses Flash for navigation]. On its site there is a collection of sheet music for its repertoire of some 80 shanties (in Dutch)

  • Don Quattrocchi had the largest music school in country Victoria in Australia during the seventies. He composed music for accordion exams which was accepted by the Australian Guild of Music and Speech; the sheet music for those pieces can be downloaded in PDF format.
  • Arrangements for accordion orchestras (in German) by Rico Reinwarth, as played by Akkordeonensemble Aue on their CD, and other (non-accordion) sheet music. Contributions are welcome, in Sibelius, Finale, Capella or PDF format. Rico Reinwarths They can be downloaded for free in PDF format, or heard in MIDI format.
  • Bénédicte and Dominique Renaudin's site about Irish and related music in France, with links to musican's sites, a list of sessions, and some Irish, Scottish, Quebecois music, musette, and music from Central France in ABC format

  • A Tex-Mex Conjunto/Norteño Accordion Forum (set up by Gilbert Reyes), or rather a collection of them -- about accordions, repairs, tablature, events, musicians wanted, etc.
  • Chris Ricker has some Canadian and other tunes in abc-format
  • Richard Robinson's Tunebook Live! (formerly "Richard Robinson's Tunebook"). A very nice collection of Celtic, Scandinavian and English dance tunes, among which the Concertina reel.

  • The Rossano & Anna Band (in Italian) [uses flash for navigation] from Verona, with Rossano Mancini on accordion, play music for dancing and for entertainment: covers of Italian light music and Latin American artists, as well as their own compositions. After filling in a form you can download free songs, sheet music and background tracks for accordion.
  • Tim Roust's Open Songbook Project, with 26 tunes, about half of them Klezmer, it seems. For Sibelius, but also with jpeg and PDF versions.
  • Rowy van Hest's rowy.net has free classical sheet music, amongst others arrangements for accordion (including Ave Maria and Fur Elise)

  • Compositions by Julio Sánchez León, (in Spanish) for solo accordion and for chamber ensembles, in PDF and MIDI format.
  • Thomas Krizsan's schifferklavier.de (in German) has information about himself, but also more general information: a list of accordion teachers, and of people looking for a teacher, a little bit of history, and sheet music for a few tunes.
  • Music Group sGALMei, consisting of Gerard, Adri, Lida and Marion, have a collection of tunes online for C/F diatonic accordion (in PDF format). They've also started a diatonic accordion course in Alkmaar

  • Rod Smith's Traditional Music Library is a large collection of sheet music (.gifs) and MIDI files for traditional tunes and songs: Bluegrass and old-time, folk revival songs, Scottish and Irish tunes and songs, bawdy songs, pub session tunes, etc. It also contains O'Neills Dance music of Ireland (1600+) tunes in Noteworthy Composer format. An improved (higher resolution) version of the whole collection is for sale on CD-ROM.
  • Bob Sorem's Old-time MIDIs, polkas, waltzes, and schottisches.
  • John Spiers and Jon Boden are a young and vibrant English duo who play melodeon and fiddle respectively. They sing and play traditional English songs and tunes. The site contains written music for their tune sets (and the lyrics of the songs). In 2003 they won the BBC Radio 2 Horizon award for best newcomers to the folk scene, followed by the Best Duo Award in 2004. Summer 2004 they formed Bellowhead, [Flash site] an 11-piece big band, which rightly won the BBC Radio 2 folk award for Best Live Act 2005: they are magnificent!

  • In most of the groups that play at Stammtischmusik Klosterneuburg, (in German) Franz Fuchs and/or Herbert Lacina seem to play the Steyrische accordion. They have sheet music for some of their tunes (in German) available, both in normal notation and in Griffschrift (tablature for Steyrische accordion).
  • Ishmael Stefanov-Wagner has a few more morristunes in gif-format
  • Italian free accordion sheet music provided by accordion quartet I Superfisa (free registration required).

  • Japanese composer Yuji Takahashi has written various works for accordion. Like a Water-Buffalo (1985) is probably the best known; it has been recorded by Mie Miki, Geir Draugsvoll and Friedrich Lips. On the above web sites, scores are available for "For Sofia Gubaidulina" (2001) (acc, vn, vc), "Like Swans leaving the Lake" (1995) (va, acc), "Dream Carp" (1992) (vc, acc) and "Ins Tal" (1982)(acc).
  • www.thesession.org, set up by Jeremy Keith, is devoted to the swapping of Irish tunes (ABC / sheet music). 206 tunes there so far.
  • Sjoukje de Bruin's Trekharmonicamuziek.com, was set up to share sheet music and tablature for diatonic accordion, with currently over 300 songs and tunes of various levels. Contributions are welcome.

  • The collection of the Frysian Historical and Literary Centre Tresoar contains two tune books, both scanned: the tune book of Andries Kiers (in Dutch) (1851-) and the tune book of Wieger Michiels Visser (in Dutch) (1801-1886) You need to click on "Volledige afbeelding" to pop up the scanned images.
  • Richard Moon's TUNEdb is a database of traditional tunes in ABC format, with currently over 16000 tunes. (no chords, as far as I can tell). Included are amongst others jigs, reels, quadrilles, mazurkas, tonadas, branles, bourrées, jotas and sonderhønings.
  • The PHD's of The Button Accordion by "Uncle Billy" is an instruction book (plus CD) designed for those who do not read music but want to learn to play or increase their skill in playing the button accordion. There is also a series of tune books to go with them.

  • Klezmer sheet music by Shawn Weaver of the Mazeltones and others.
  • Martin Weyde has a number of biographies of German composers, and a number of his own compositions online -- the sheet music, and a few as MP3 soundclips.
  • Ken Yagelski's Chemnitzer Concertina Music Site with sheet music with special notation for Chemnitzers. (amongst others 'All I Want For Christmas is a Concertina'), as well as a history of the Chemnitzer, and a list of prices of recently sold instruments

  • Christoph Zeiler's Diatonica, (in German) information about the diatonic accordion, with a bibliography, a discography, a mailing list, links, and transcription of tunes for the diatonic accordion (in abc format).
  • tunes for diatonic accordion in tablature (in Dutch) provided by Roel Zuiderbaan

Music Publishers

  • MusicForAccordions.com is the latest addition to the Accordion Worldwide sites. Its aim is to empower accordion composers, arrangers and teachers to become their own publishers -- they can publish their music there for free, the sheet music can be bought on-line (and will be delivered in electronic form, by email); musicforaccordions.com will deal with the payment, and pay the composer/arrangement (less commission). Music is available in PDF or Finale format, and for most works, a preview of the first page is available (for Windows or Macs there is a free plugin, Finale MusicViewer, to view the latter, or with Finale Notepad you can print or play it).
  • ABC-Edition (in German) from Austria publishes sheet music for amongst others accordion, free bass accordion, and accordion orchestra.
  • Acco Music, directed by Angel Luis Castaño, publishes or will publish new works for Classical Accordion, by composers such as Jesús Rueda, Patrick Busseuil, Josep Soler, César Camarero, Jorge Taramasco, Francisco Tárrega and Viatcheslav Semyonow. They also sell CDs, issues of the magazine "Accordeón Siglo" and a book: " La trikitrixa de Zumarraga y su entorno (1920-2004)" by Javier Ramos Martínez.

  • Swiss music publisher Accorda has published compositions for accordion orchestra, for solo accordion with Stradella basses, and for solo accordion with free basses.
  • The Alexander Brothers, Tom on accordion and Jack on piano, have been touring the world professionally since 1958. Their music company "Greyfriars Music" has recently published an accordion music album called "The Flying Scotsman".
  • Akkordeon Musik Edition Lyss (in German) publishes sheet music for piano or chromatic button accordions, diatonic accordions and Schwyzerörgeli, and for accordion orchestras. There is are associated accordion schools in Lyss and Bern, and accordion clubs in Lyss, Bern and Diessbach.

  • Music publisher Augemus, (in German) owned by Ralf Kaupenjohann, publishes sheet music for accordion, mostly chamber music, books about the accordion (a series of monographs "Texte zur Geschichte und Gegenwart des Akkordeons"), and they sell accordion CDs, mostly classical music.
  • The Austin Klezmorim, with Mike Maddux on accordion. Sheet music for a few tunes is provided, and they've also got a Klezmer music fake book containing some 50 tunes in for sale.
  • (Sources for) bandoneon scores and tango sheet music

  • Elfriede Benedix (in German) has written 18 books of pedagogical compositions, all published by Preissler.
  • Italian music publisher Bèrben publishes amongst others courses for piano accordion by Cambieri/Fugazza/Melocchi and by Gervasio Marcosignori , Astor Piazzolla tangos transcribed for piano accordion, and a course for diatonic accordion by Roberto Tombesi and Riccardo Tesi.
  • Les Editions Paul Beuschers (in French) publishes various books for accordion, amongst which what is probably the definite series of musette sheet music: 110 Succes Musette no 1--6 Accordéon. The affiliated music shop (on-line, and at boulevard Beaumarchais in Paris) also sells Hohner accordions and concertinas. According to an article about Les Editions Paul Beuschers, (in French) the publisher and music store were bought by Pierre Lemoine.

  • Accordion sheet music for sale at bladmuziekwinkel.nl (in Dutch)
  • Editorial de Música Boileau is a music publisher from Barcelona. They publish some works for accordion (mostly educational, it seems), one by Eliseo Rodriguez Casal for accordion and guitar and a series of works by Rosa Tarruell for "voice and accordion or organ or guitar".
  • Bruce Bollerud arranged and recorded International Accordion Favorites: "Waltzes, Polkas, Tangoes, Hornpipes, Two-steps and more!". The 74 page book is accompanied by a CD, and published by Mel Bay.

  • Borg Music sells sheet music for the accordion, mainly compositions by Boris Borgstrom
  • Sheet music for works by Bach, Chopin, Tschaikowsky, Verdi, etc., arranged for accordion by Sebastiano Cali, for sale on musicforaccordion.com
  • Guitarist and pianist Christoper Caliendo [Flash site] publishes his own compositions, amongst others tango trios for accordion, guitar, and cello/double bass.

  • Sheet music and CDs by Franco Cambareri for sale on musicforaccordion.com
  • Editions Caruhel (in French) publishes sheet music with tablature for (C/G) diatonic accordions.
  • Paul Chamberlain from Bowden, Scotland, has won a number of national competitions in Scotland, and in 1999 he was awarded Second Place in the Under 18 Classical section at the UK National Accordion Championships. He plays both piano accordion and free-bass button accordion (which he studied with Djordje Gajic). Paul Chamberlain performs works ranging from classical bayan works and transcriptions to French & continental music and Scottish traditional music. He also composes a wide range of accordion music; on musicforaccordion.com the sheet music for a few musette tunes are for sale.

  • Charnwood publishes sheet music for accordion, mostly solo, but also some for ensemble/orchestra. The catalog is available online as part of www.musicforaccordion.com.
  • The main objective of The Concertina Connection is the reintroduction of the concertina in classical music. Amongst others it sells concertinas, and it publishes classical music for concertina. A recent addition are the Jackie and Jack models English Student Concertina, a cheap 30 key English concertina (with accordion reeds).
  • Louis Giampetruzzi's The Contemporary Accordion contains transcriptions of various styles of accordion music, such as Irish, English, Zydeco, Tex Mex, etc.

  • Polish music publisher Contra has published a few works for accordion: one composition each of Boccherini, Dvořak, Joplin, Ogiński and Weber, a book of Waltzes by J. Górowski, and a book of kolędy (Christmas songs).
  • David Johnstone is a Brittish cellist and composer who is based in Spain. His compositions, which are published by Creighton's Collection, include various works for accordion: "Iranzu" for flute, cello and accordion (2000/2008); "Music of the Pirates" (The Pirates) for accordion and narrator (2001-2); "Sonata de Camara 'Mar del Plata'" for accordion and string quartet (2003); "Concierto de Camara 'Mar del Plata'" for solo accordion and string orchestra (2004); "Mediterranean Suite" for four accordions (2004); "Concert Miniatures for Solo Accordion" volumes 1 and 2 (2007); "The Song Sonata" for accordion and piano duo (2008); and "Concerto for Solo Accordion and Orchestra" (2009).
  • Gary Dahl has an accordion school in Puyallup, Washington; lessons are also available by correspondence. Gary Dahl has written a number of books for Mel Bay, with transcriptions/arrangements of amongst others jazz solos, music by Clifton Chenier, and French tangos (these three with an accompanying CD), and a Harmony and Chord Applications Book/Course. A page for Gary Dahl at Petosa, with a catalogue of musical arrangements. Sheet music by Gary Dahl for a sale via musicforaccordion.com.

  • Laurie Hart and Greg Sandell's Dance ce Soir! is a CD and tunebook of French Canadian Fiddling and Accordion playing, published by Mel Bay. The CD features Stéphane Landry on accordion
  • Gary Daverne, from Auckland, New Zealand, is an orchestral conductor, composer, arranger, and record producer. He has composed works for accordion solo and duet, accordion and strings, and accordion group and orchestra, and he has arranged various works for accordion orchestra. Sheet music for some of Gary Daverne's compositions is for sale at musicforaccordion.com: the "Concert Waltz for Accordion and Strings", some works for accordion orchestra and some solo accordion works -- as well as the CD "Accordion Concert Music", with compositions for accordion solo, duet, ensemble and orchestra.
  • Ernest Deffner Publications is a mail order music firm with over 6,000 titles. They sell CDs and videos as well.

  • DiscAmbiance is the company of musette accordionist Michel Pruvot, selling CDs, cassettes, videos, and sheet music of himself and others. Michel Pruvot has a weekly show on French TV, Sur un air d'accordéon, and he holds or held the world endurance record for accordion playing: 117 and a half hours!
  • DoHe Verlag (in German) owned by Doris Heetfeld, published sheet music written or arranged by Werner Heetfeld. The catalogue includes work for solo, duo, trio or accordion orchestra, variously for piano accordion or for diatonic accordion.
  • Donemus is the national institution in the Netherlands for composed contemporary music. It's publications cataloge contains 30 works for accordion (or accordion ensemble), 1 for accordion and band, 1 for accordion and large ensemble, 10 for accordion and orchestra, 3 for accordion and string orchestra and none for accordion orchestra. (Note: you need to select 'Genre' Chamber music or Orchestra / Larger Ensemble before you can select the instrumentation).

  • Dragonfly Music publishes (or published?) music books, amongst others for Northumbrian bagpipes, but also with more general English and European folk music, such as the Encyclopedia Blowzabellica and the Massif Central tunebooks. End of June 2000 they will publish "Diatonic Liaisons" with 67 tunes by nine English and French composers, amongst which Andy Cutting, Frederic Paris, and Marc Perrone.
  • Fred Dunn is a Swiss/British accordion teacher (piano accordion and C system chromatic), now living in Canterbury, England, where he runs the Thanington School of Music founded in 1978. On his site Invicta Accordion Publications he has sheet music for a number of his compositions -- French Musette, Mazurkas, Polkas, Tango, Walzes. Solos duets and accordion group, which can be purchased. All Fred's music has a very distinctive and authentic continental feel to them.
  • Duo Seraphin have a colection of accordion books with Basque, Spanish and international songs.

  • Frank Eddings has(presently eight) pieces (concert transcriptions) published for classical accordion using stradella or free bass. All are carefully edited with fingering and register changes. Level of difficulty ranges from Intermediate through Advanced. Apart from those, he has published about a hundred pieces for piano or organ.
  • Editions lacroix (in French) from Switzerland is the publishing outlet of composer and arranger Hirschi Roger.
  • Eridania (in Italian) founded by Luigi Lombardi, publishes amongst others accordion music, both for solo, duo/trio and orchestras.

  • The Finnish Accordion Institute publishes CDs, LPs, sheet music, books, etc. It also has an accordion museum, and September 18 - 22, 2001 it organised the first International Lasse Pihlajamaa Competition.
  • Fryslân Boppe (in Dutch) by Anneke Venema and Jenny Ester contains sheet music with tablature for two-row diatonic accordion for 129 Frysian songs.
  • Anneke Goudkuil (in Dutch) has written and published a course for diatonic accordion in 5 parts, as well as several tunebooks. Amongst others, she has transcribed Andries Kiers' music book from the last century, with tablature for the diatonic (C/F) accordion. She also teaches in Deventer, the Netherlands.

  • Hal Leonard's musicdispatch.com sells Hal Leonard's publications for accordion (obviously), but also Homespun Tapes' accordion instruction videos, and books by Ashley Publications and a few Italian imports.
  • Edition Wilhelm Hansen is Denmark's largest music publisher. They publish works of many Nordic composers.
  • Edition Harmonia publishes sheet music for accordion ensemble/orchestra, and some for solo ensemble or chamber ensembles. The catalog is available online as part of www.musicforaccordion.com.

  • On the "harmonicahoek" site, a list of books of Sheet music for diatonic accordion (in Dutch) from a number of Dutch authors, with ordering information.
  • Dutch music publisher De Haske publishes amongst others sheet music for accordion orchestras, and two accordion books by Mark Söhngen, with Cajun, Tex-Mex and other tunes.
  • Leo Heijdra (in Dutch) from Gouda, The Netherlands, plays piano accordion. He plays klezmer, Irish traditional music and Dutch and Flemish folk music and songs. He plays both solo and in klezmer group Bublitzky. (in Dutch) With some fellow musicians he collected a selection of West European folk tunes in the Rijnlands Speelboek, (in Dutch) currently two volumes, both with double CDs.

  • Jamtlandic Accordion Tunes
  • Accordion music publisher JANPress Publications (founded by Joseph Natoli) sells sheet music for compositions or arrangements by Mickey Bisilia, Edmund Cifani, Gary Dahl, Henry Doktorski, Gary A. Edwards, Guy Klucevsek, Frank Marocco, Steve Mobia, Valarie Morris, Joseph Natoli and Ralph Stricker (short biographies for each of them are provided)
  • Wolfgang Jehn (in German) from Worpswede, Germany, has composed or arranged various works for accordion, including international folk, Scandinavian music and children's songs. They are published by his family's publishing house, the Worpsweder Musikwerkstatt (in German)

  • Musik-Grossversand Jetelina (in German) from Durchhausen, Germany, is an international sheet music mail order company which is specialised in accordion (chromatic/piano and diatonic), mouth harmonica and keyboard.
  • Musikverlag Ralf Jung (in German) publishes music for free-bass accordion, predominantly pedagogical. The catalogue contains music for solo accordion, duos, etc., accordion ensemble or orchestra, as well as works for mixed chamber ensembles.
  • Musikverlag Karthause-Schmülling publishes sheet music for accordions, solo, duo, orchestras etc.; mostly by Russion composers. They also publish books about the accordion, such as Hans Luck: "Die Balginstrumente" and Friedrich Lips: "Die Kunst des Bajanspiels" (the latter both in German and in English; also available via musicforaccordion.com). They also produce CDs; some 30 Karthause Schmuelling Recordings are available from musicforaccordion.com, by amongst others Oleg Sharov, Lars Karlsson, Quadro Nuevo and Trio Moskwa.

  • Kings Norton Music specialises in accordion music composed by Ingrid Gould from Birmingham, UK. Sheet music can be bought on paper or as downloads.
  • Music Publisher Kompozitor (in Russian) from St Petersburg, Russia, publishes various works for accordion, educational and otherwise, many written by or edited by A. Sudarikov.
  • KonzertinaNetz (in German) is a German-language site by Klaus Wenger about various kinds of concertinas, with amongst others a bibliography and some sheet music, some with tablature for C/G German concertinas. There is also a list of concertina meetings and workshops in Germany.

  • Sy Kushner has an an accordion based traditional klezmer group called The Sy Kushner Jewish Music Ensemble, with himself on accordion, Marty Confurius on string bass, and Alex Fedoriuk on tsimbl(hammered dulcimer). He has also published 2 volumes of klezmer music with an accompanying CD of the original recordings of the tunes in the book, the "Klezmer Music Fake Books Volumes One and Two".
  • Sheet music for diatonic accordion (transcribed) by Ad Kwakernaat (in Dutch)
  • Dave Lamb from Percival, Iowa, sells reconditioned accordions and arrangements he's created in Finale.

  • Lantro Music Publishing publishes mainly works by Belgian composers, amongst which some for accordion.
  • Finnish publisher Love Music has published a few works for accordion (+ other instruments): Jokinen Erkki: "A Yellow Primrose to Alberto Caeiro", for accordion and cello; Koskelin Olli: "Pas de trois" for accordion, clarinet and cello; Nuorvala Juhani: "What's a Nice Chord Like You Doing in a Piece Like This?" for three accordions or accordion and pre-recorded tape [5 accordions in the original]; and Vuori Harri: "Suden hetki (Hour of the Wolf)" for accordion.
  • Ian Lowthian is a great accordionist from the Scottish borders. He trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London, but still palys traditional Scottish music - as well as his own compositions. He used to play in duo with Catriona MacDonald. He has edited/arranged a book of (traditional and modern) Scottish Folk Tunes

  • The Maas en Waals Trekzakinstituut (in Dutch) teaches diatonic accordion. They have published a course and tune books with tablature for C/F accordions, with one modification: "the turned key" ("gedraaide toets"). That modification is the swapping of the reeds on the fifth key on the inner row: that makes the C available on pull, and the D available on push (these two notes occur in both rows, but normally they occur in the same bellows direction).
  • Dave Mallinson Publications publishes traditional music and song books, such as Karen Tweed's tune book `Irish Choice'. Besides, Dave Mallinson Music sells folk instruments, in particular melodeons and button accordions.
  • Seosamh McGonigle sells (two-row) button accordion tablature: cowboy songs, folk songs, gospel, etc.

  • Mel Bay accordion and concertina books
  • Swiss publisher Edition Melodie Zürich (in German) publishes mainly educational sheet music, in various languages.
  • Music Menweg (in French) from Rosenau, France, publishes various works for solo/duo accordion or accordion orchestra, most of them composed or arranged by Vincent Menweg or (daughter) Maryline Menweg.

  • Mifflin Hills Music Co. has published New Italian Melodies, a music book for piano and accordion players by Vito DiSalvo, the accordionist of the Italian-American band We Three.
  • Zighi Baci is a Ballo Liscio band from North Beach, San Francisco, with Sheri Mignano Crawford on accordion. She has also published a book of sheet music, "Mandolin Melodies", with over 140 Italian and Latin dance tunes.
  • Modus Musiikki sells sheet music for amongst others compositions for accordion by Kalevi Aho, Timo-Juhani Kyllönen, Matti Murto, A-M Saira, and Heikki Valpola

  • Dutch publisher Molenaar publishes amongst others works for accordion orchestra
  • Composer and bayan player Alexandr Morduhovich is a senior lecturer at the Magnitogorsk State Conservatory, and a winner of diplomas at the the All-Russian Contest in Moscow and at the international Contest of bayan players "The Far East Cup" in Vladivostok, both in 2000. Scores for various of his compositions are available for sale at the above site.
  • The Morris Ring Shop has books with Morris tunes arranged for melodeon/accordeon

  • Music Unlimited (in Dutch) is an accordion sheet music shop in Zwolle, the Netherlands.
  • Music publisher Muzor Holland, (in Dutch) a.k.a Mijn Accordeon, (in Dutch) a.k.a. Mein Akkordeon (in German) publishes (educational) sheet music for accordion, on various levels, mostly written by Piet Verzijde. The former site contains sheet music for accordion orchestra, and the second one for accordion solo, duo and trio.
  • The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped has recorded beginners courses for amongst others accordion (available for free)

  • Jean-Luc Nest sells scores of his scores for accordion solo or duo. A few "little study pieces" are available on-line, in PDF format. Recently he has recorded some jazz music with a quartet consisting of Mathias Hecklen Obernesser, Jean-Luc Nest, Sorin Ghera and Pierre Boutelant on violin, accordion, cimbalom and percussion respectively. Pages with recordings for Jean-Luc Nest solo and instantMusic (live improvisations with Mathias Hecklen Obernesser or the quartet).
  • Nevofoon publishes CDs, videos and books for folk dance and folk music. Amongst others, they publish the the "Beeraak", the sine qua non for folk dance music in the Netherlands. It contains the music for almost 300 folk dances.
  • NordMusik-Verlag from Eckernförde, Germany, published sheet music for accordion orchestra and for accordion solo or duo (with standard bass). Composers include Gottfried Hummel, Wolfgang Kahl, Andrej Mouline and Ralf Schwarzien.

  • Spanish accordionist, composer and teacher Gorka Hermosa (in Spanish) trained as a classical accordionist, and he plays classical music with the 3+1 Sax Ensemble, with orchestras and solo. But he has also branched out into jazz, folk, techno, pop, amongst others with a flamenco company, with his own (jazz?) trio and with Zuhaitzaren Soinua Kolektiboa, a group of txalaparta, accordion and programmed bass. He has also published a book "El Repertorio para acordeén en el Estado Español" and various other sheet music, formerly via Editorial Hauspoz, but now on his own imprint Ediciones Nubero. (in Spanish) In addition, some sheet music, books, MP3s and videos are available for free download
  • Frequently Asked Questions about the accordion, with answers, by James P. O'Brien, emiritus professor of music at the University of Arizona. James P. O'Brien has composed or arranged over 200 works for accordion, for which sheet music is for sale at musicforaccordion.com.
  • The Palmer-Hughes Accordion Course is being published again, by the family of Bill Palmer.

  • Erich Pauli, (in German) a.k.a. Harmonika Pauli, from Grainet, Bavaria, sells Steyrische accordions (Müller, Öllerer and Strasser). He also publishes sheet music in Griffschrift (in German) (tablature for Steyrische accordions), mostly Bavarian folk music.
  • The provincial library of Overijssel, (in Dutch) the Netherlands, has a sheet music department, (in Dutch) that caters amongst others for the 30 accordion societies that can be found in Overijssel
  • French accordionist and composer Jacques Pellarin used to play mostly classical and traditonal Russian music in the Baïkal Duo, with accordionist and bandoneon player Jean-Luc Brunetti, but since 2004 he mostly plays world jazz music; first with a quartet, and now solo or with his (acoustic) Jacques Pellarin Trio. A review of Jacques Pellarin Trio: Sound of Philadelphia. Apart from CDs, he also sells sheet music for his own compositions.

  • Alain Pennec is one of the foremost Breton diatonic accordionists. He also publishes sheet music, amongst which a series of books with tablature for the diatonic accordion (with accompanying CDs).
  • Searching the online catalog of J. W. Pepper for titles containing 'accordion' returns 81 items, ranging from Palmer-Hughes #1 and an 'Easiest Accordion Book' to Denisov's 'Des Tenebres A La Lumiere' and Berio's 'Sequenza XIII'. 'Accordian' (yuk) yields 13 titles, accordeon 1 and Akkordeon 1.
  • The American Accordionists Association has commissioned Robert Baksa to compose a sonata for Accordion. The three movement work, written in the composer's melodious neo-classic style is cast in three movements and lasts about 13 minutes. The sonata was composed for the Stradella System instrument and can be adapted to chromatic instruments as well. The music is available through Theodore Presser Co.

  • Primo Tema Publishing Music House sells music books, such as Anna Magdalena's Notenbuechlein arranged for accordion, and provides freely downloadable Italian pop, folk and Latin MIDI files and scores in pdf format Also: Primo Tema's "Free Sheet Music" Mailing List
  • Publi-Note (in German) is a forum for accordion orchestra sheet music, with a catalogue of compositions, and the opportunity to discuss each one them, and in particular, to register that your orchestra is playing them. The catalogue (currently) contains compositions from publishers Musicverlag Rundel, De Haske and Musik-Großversand Jetelina.
  • Robert Puff of RPM Seattle provides a complete music typesetting / engraving service for accordion music publishers, composers and arrangers.

  • Verlag Purzelbaum, founded by Alexander Jekic, publishes (educational) sheet music for solo or duo accordion and for accordion orchestra.
  • REBA Productions (in Dutch) publishes amongst others music for accordion by Coen van Orsouw, Appie Scheper, Joop van Houten and Gary Daverne. They also publish a large selection of song books with Dutch popular songs.
  • Editions Marc Reift publishes music for amongst others accordion: solo, accordion ensemble, accordion plus alphorn (they are Swiss..), and accordion plus brass or wind band.

  • Russian bayanist Viktor Romanko won first prize at the International Accordion Competition in Klingenthal 1983, and tours regularly all over Europe. He teaches at the Ural State Conservatory in Yekatarinburg, Russia and has published 6 CDs, plus 4 sheet music books with accordion arrangements of amongst others Vivaldi's "Four Seasons".
  • Musikverlag Rundel publishes sheet music for brass band, mainly, but also for accordion orchestra.
  • Helsinki based online shop Ruslania sells Russian books, sheet music, CDs etc., amongst which 100+ sheet music titles for bayan/accordion

  • Nikolai Ryskov has aranged over 140 works of Astor Piazolla for solo accordion and for duo, using Stradella Bass and Free Bass, from the original quintet scores. Nikolai Ryskov's CD " Russian Folk Music Arranged For Accordion" can be ordered from musicforaccordion.com.
  • Sabanou, (in French) owned by Claude-Alain Antonelli, publishes sheet music of works by George Schaller, Frank Marocco, Pietro Silvestri and Claude-Alain Antonelli. They also sell CDs, some of them own production. And "Cuvée de l'Accordéoniste" wine...
  • Samfundet, the Society for the Publication of Danish Music, publishes "The Classical Accordeon Edition", a series of modern Danish accordeon music

  • Sandscape Publications sells sheet music for compositions by Valarie Morris, for accordion and for other instruments. Apart from more serious works she has written "How To Play the Mini Button Accordion", for the Hero Midget Button Accordion
  • Santorella Publications has some publications for accordion
  • Karl Schäfer (in German) (member of Akkordeon-Gruppe Guxhagen) has made a Multimedia CD to accompany Preissler-Akkordeon-Schule Band 1 (Preissler accordion school, volume 1),

  • G. Schirmer publishes classical sheet music. You can do an advanced search on instrumentation. To find all works involving accordion: select the instrument ("Accordion"), select "as specified or more", click on "Add", and click on "Search". As of writing the catalogue contains 130 works involving accordion, 6 with bandoneon, 0 with concertina (and 8 with zheng). The catalogue does contains works for bayan (e.g. Gubaidulina's "in croce"), but the bayan isn't listed under the instruments...
  • Score on Line publishes scores in electronic format (PDF), primarily works of the traditional repertory, Jazz and Flamenco. Jacques Cobetto is responsible for the Accordion Collection, which includes works for piano accordion (various composers), free-bass accordion (currently one composition by Patricia Barduzzi), diatonic accordion (by Stephane Milleret) and for duos, groups, etc.
  • scotchsnap.com sells traditional and contemporary Scottish sheet music for immediate printing using sibelius/scorch. The catalog includes (currently some 30) tunes arranged or composed for accordion.

  • The The Sharon Shannon Book Of Tunes is a collection of over 60 pieces of Sharon's best known tunes scored by ex-Lunasa guitarist Donogh Hennessy
  • Sheet Music Plus has 578 titles for accordion sheet music and song books, and 10 accordion videos.
  • Sher Music Co. publishes jazz and Latin music books

  • Musikverlag Hans Sikorski (in German) has published accordion scores as diverse as Gubaidulina's Silenzio, Curt Mahr's Volksliedersammlung and Hugo Hermann's Ciacona e Fuga for accordion orchestra and timpani
  • Milen Slavov is a composer, arranger, performer, teacher, vocalist, and conductor from Bulgary, who plays and composes in Bulgarian traditional, contemporary, improvisational, Eastern European, gypsy, and classical styles. He has been a guest teacher at the UCLA Ethnomusicology Department, and currently he lives in Ocean Springs, Missisipi. He has published a number of books (+CD) with sheet music for his own compositions, most recently "Bright Stage", and he will shortly publish a book with popular Bulgarian folk songs, amongst others arranged for accordion. He also provides one to one on-line Bulgarian accordion lessons
  • De Smitse from Hengelo, The Netherlands, run by Sietske Smit, publishes sheet music for diatonic accordion (G/C/F). The music is in "Groesbeek notation", i.e. the normal dots plus tablature.

  • Captain Gumbo accordionist Mark Söhngen (in Dutch) has published collections with sheet music (tablature plus the normal dots) from around the world, for one-row and two-row diatonic accordions, as well as a book with Dutch children songs (for two-row accordions). He also wrote/compiled two books with music for piano accordion, they are published by De Haske. On-line you can find some arrangements of some tunes by Mark Söhngen, (in Dutch) and arrangements of some classical works for two-row diatonica accordions, (in Dutch) (PDF and MIDI), including a 4 part arrangement of Bach's O Haupt vol Blut und Wunden.
  • S. P. M. E. Editions is the publishing arm of the St. Petersburg Musette Ensemble. In cooperation with publisher Compozitor - St Petersburg Their catalogue includes works for solo accordion, ensemble and accordion orchestra, and educational works, variety repertoire, works by Leningrad Entertainment Masters like Vladimir Kuznetsov, and contemporary music for accordion by amongst others Franck Angelis or Vladimir Zubitsky.
  • If you are looking for a particular (Celtic) tune, James Stewart has a tune index with about 68,000 references to published tunes for bagpipe, fiddle, banjo, dulcimer, etc.

  • In Libris, (in Swedish) Sweden's National Library's database, searching for dragspel returns 932 titles, many of which are sheet music.
  • The Swedish Music Publishers Association has 75 members, 10 of whom publish sheet music for accordion (follow the Publisher Guide link to find out which). who publish for accordion (and who are members of the 'Svenska Musikförläggareföreningen')
  • The Swiss Music Edition sells sheet music for works by Swiss composers, amongst which compositions for accordion, solo, with ensemble or with orchestra.

  • Taigh na Teud publishes tune books, such as the First/ Second/ Third Ceilidh Collection for Fiddlers, with chords, so for the accordionist as well; and 'Buttons & Keys', a Scottish accordion tutor. Apart from music, they've also published Asterix the Gaul in Gaelic! (Another hobby of mine is collecting Asterixes in various languages. Does anyone have an Asterix in Japanese or Esparanto to spare?)
  • Tara Publications has published various fake books of Jewish and Klezmer music.
  • Musikverlag Tastenzauber publishes sheet music for accordion solo, duo and orchestras.

  • Van Teeseling publishes accordion music books by by Iwan Michailov, Hans van Schuppen and Gerie Daanen. Van Teeseling has also published music books by Mart Heijmans, amongst which "Klezmer - Jiddish Wedding Music" and "The Klezmerband".
  • Tjerk's Knoppenkast is a page with some 50 compositions for C/F diatonic accordion by Tjerk Knop. They are graded by level, and available in PDF format (regular dots plus tablature) and in MIDI format. A few of the compositions are duets. Tjerk Knop has also written a metronome in Visual Basic, to help with Balkan rhythms.
  • Tonos Musikverlag sells tango scores of works of amongst others Astor Piazzolla and Luis di Matteo.

  • Austrian publisher traunmusik (in German) has published amongst others "Drei kleine Tänze" for accordion by Adolf Winkler, and for accordion ensemble "Charly's Walzer" and "Treue Mädchen", both by Peter Benovic.
  • Tre Media (in German) publishes works of various composers, of which Thomas Bruttger, Volker Heyn, Klaus K. Hübler, Mesias Maiguashca, Christoph Neidhöfer, Bojidar Spassov, Ernstalbrecht Stiebler and Caroline Wilkins have written works for accordion. They are also the representatives of Finnish publishers Love Music in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
  • Spanish music publisher Tritó has published compositions for (ensemble including) accordion composed by Francisco Escudero, Joan Guinjoan, David del Puerto, Jesús Torres, Eduard Iniesta and Joaquim Homs. Some are for sale, some available only for renting.

  • Accordion duo Two in Accord, consists of Shirley Harvey and Bill Perkins. They are based near Brighton on the South Coast of England, and mainly play in London and the South/South East corner of the UK. They have sheet music available for a number of arrangements for accordion duets.
  • Les Editions Universelles sells sheet music for dance music like waltzes, tangos, etc., and to early century French popular songs
  • Vladimir Ushenin is Honoured Artist of Russia and professor at the Rostov State S. Rakhmaninov Conservatory. He has made some 100 arrangements for solo bayan, Russian folk ensemble or bayan orchestra. He has also recorded one solo CD and 5 CDs with his "Kalinka" ensemble.

  • Glubochenko Vasilly teaches accordion, ensemble, improvisation, and computer arrangement of music works, at the Byelorussian State University of Culture. Sheet music for some of his compositions is for sale on musicforaccordion.com (the link above).
  • Verlag Neue Musik (in German) publishes music for accordion, both for solo accordion and for chamber ensembles including accordion
  • pianist, bandoneonist, composer and arranger Norberto Vogel from Buenos Aires, Argentina, can provide custom arrangements for Tango music projects -- any group, any title, any style -- Guardia vieja, Di Sarli, Pugliese, Piazzolla, etc, with the arrangements written according to the technical level of the musicians. As a performer, he has accompanied a number of singers, and he plays or played bandoneon in amongst others the instrumental trio Hombres de Tango and quartet Milongueros Viejos

  • Music for Bayan or Accordion published in Ukraine and Russia (that's a web-shop in the Ukraine, owned by Volodymyr Kurylenko), with works by amongst others Yevgeny Derbenko, Borys Myronchuk Leonid Kozelchuk. Vladimir Zubitsky. Victor Vlasov -- and Charles Magnante.
  • Jim Wadowick ( wadowick@troycable.net) has published over 130 works for accordion solo, duets, ensembles, orchestras and for strolling strings with accordion. He has also written a book of scale charts for C system chromatic button accordion. His company JaMar Music will be happy to send a catalogue by surface mail or by e-mail
  • Wurzburger Musikverlag (in German) publishes sheet music for solo accordion, both separate compositions and collections.

  • Steffi Zachmeier (in German) plays (and sings) traditional music from the Franken area in Germany in a number of groups. She also sells (and publishes?) music books (with German folk music), some of them in normal notation, some of them in Griffschrift (tablature) for Steyrische accordion.
  • Stanko Zagar Musikvertrieb (in German) / (in Slovenian) from Loh, Germany, publishes Slovenian music in Griffschrift for Steyrische. They also sell Melodija accordions.
  • musik-note.de (in German) (Musik Zunhammer) sells some accordion compositions by J.Binder