Angelo Paul Ramunni of Canaan, Connecticut, author of his recently-published book “Accordion Stories from the Heart”, will present a free Author Talk and Mini-Concert at The Watermark at East Hill senior living community located at 611 East Hill Road in
Southbury on Sunday, July 28 from 2:00 to 3:00 PM. Reservations are requested by calling The Watermark at 203-262-6868.
Founder of the New England Accordion Connection & Museum Company in Canaan, Conn., Mr. Ramunni will share stories from his new book and perform several accordion songs and answer questions from attendees. Books will be available for purchase along with the author’s autograph before and after the mini-concert.
“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. In his book, Mr. Ramunni tenderly describes the extraordinary people who played and listened to this beautiful musical instrument over the past two centuries.
The 143-page hard-covered “Accordion Stories from the Heart” fills the reader’s heart with warm and fascinating accordion-related stories. The book features more than 70 photos of spectacularly decorated hand-built accordions of multiple colors and ivory-like keyboards. They originate from many countries around the world and date back as far as 1829.
Mr. Ramunni’s privately-operated New England Accordion Connection & Museum Company showcases over 600+ stunningly 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.
“Accordion Stories from the Heart” is filled with very personal and easily-read, 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 July 28 Author Talk and Mini-Concert via cash, check or credit card.
Books can also be purchased by calling Mr. Ramunni the New England Accordion Connection & Museum Company at 860-833-1374 or visiting https://www.neacmc.com. The privately-owned Accordion Museum is open to visitors by appointment only on Fridays and weekends.
Reservations for the July 28 event are requested by contacting The Watermark at 203-262-6868 or visiting www.watermarkcommunities.com.