enzocd01: My Favourite Songs Vol 1
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Tracks:
Canzone Da Due Soldi
Enzo Giribaldi
4:49
Accordion Samba
Enzo Giribaldi
2:19
Roman Medley
Enzo Giribaldi
7:11
Ceserina
Enzo Giribaldi
3:06
Strauss Medley
Enzo Giribaldi
3:12
Tangheggiando
Enzo Giribaldi
3:55
Fisarmonica Impazzita
Enzo Giribaldi
2:32
Viva Espana
Enzo Giribaldi
3:45
Romanina Del Bajon
Enzo Giribaldi
3:05
Luna Rossa
Enzo Giribaldi
4:45
Tarantella Medley
Enzo Giribaldi
4:29
Neapolitan Medley
Enzo Giribaldi
3:55
Lambada
Enzo Giribaldi
3:35
The Can Can
Enzo Giribaldi
2:17
In The Mood
Enzo Giribaldi
2:52
Total Time
55:55
Sound Samples:
Name
Time
mp3 file size
Canzone Da Due Soldi
20s
Accordion Samba
20s
Roman Medley
20s
Ceserina
20s
Strauss Medley
20s
Tangheggiando
20s
Fisarmonica Impazzita
20s
Viva Espana
20s
Romanina Del Bajon
20s
Luna Rossa
20s
Tarantella Medley
20s
Neapolitan Medley
20s
Lambada
20s
The Can Can
20s
In The Mood
20s
Description:

Enzo began learning to play the accordion from the age of five years old from the local parish priest in a small northern Italian town. He soon was introduced to formal lessons from Maestro Carlo Ferrero.

Enzo won his first competition when he was six years old. At the age of nine years old his family emigrated to Australia where he continued his studies with a German teacher, Otto Weiss located in Sydney.

At the age of 17 years old he continued his studies with Maestro Dante Simonelli who had also emigrated to Australia. Maestro Simonelli had produced Italian and World Champions and under his tutoring Enzo improved immensely, so much so that he was destined to become one of the best accordionists in Australia.

Maestro Simonelli was not only a great teacher of accordion but was himself a world class accordionist who was a close friend of the great Gervasio Marcosignori. Enzo was fortunate to have met Marcosignori during his frequent tours of Australia and in fact was invited by Marcosignori to take part in the tour as a support artist.

Aged twenty, Enzo began to teach accordion under the supervision of Maestro Simonelli. During this time Enzo had been playing in Australia’s largest Italian club, Club Marconi with his quartet. Enzo also completed a Theory of Music course at the Conservatorium of Music - Sydney.

Aged twenty four Enzo opened his first music school and in a short time he had a total of four music schools with twenty two teachers working for him teaching about 600 students of which about half were learning the accordion. During this time Enzo produced local, state and Australian champions.

The reason for his teaching success was that Enzo invented new teaching techniques which helped his students learn quicker and at the same time making the learning experience pleasant and enjoyable. He basically broke away from traditional teaching which was too stringent and lacked the "fun" in learning an instrument.

To list all his achievements would be too lengthy, but one achievement Enzo is very proud of is that his dance band was nominated for Australia’s most prestigious award, (The Australian Entertainment ‘MO’ Awards) in the category of "Best Accompanying Band Category" no less than SIX times in consecutive years, winning the award TWICE! What was special about Enzo’s win was that no other band before or since had won the award with an ACCORDIONIST as the band leader!

Enzo Giribaldi’s "Accordion Course for Beginners" is to our knowledge, the only accordion eBook available today!

In this book Enzo puts his immense experience in teaching and playing the accordion to the fore.

Unlike other authors, Enzo can be heard playing the exercises and also includes some of his favorite tunes for the student to listen to. This is both designed to inspire students and also to reinforce the ability and credibility of the author.

Contact:
Box 43 Edensor Park Plaza - Edensor Park NSW 2176
Phone: (02) 9610 9324
Email: aaidapl@bigpond.net.au


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