Streaming and Disks
“Time to get down with the real folks who know what can come from a good squeeze”… John Hostetter (formerly of the Mighty Echoes)
Click the icons to view streaming options from each designated service
Amazon: Prime-Free or $2.99
In addition to Amazon for U.S. and U.K. above, streaming is available to all English speaking countries worldwide at www.primevideo.com
It is also possible to add the Indie Rights Channel (for FREE) to your Roku Channels. All Indie Rights movies are also available for FREE.
Blu Ray disks can be purchased on-line from Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and Amazon
They are also available through this link: https://www.moviezyng.com/810162030032.aspx
DVD / Blu-Ray
*** All disks are professionally reproduced and should play properly.
Occasionally errors do occur, in which case a replacement disk may be requested ***
Home and Personal Use
DVD disks can be purchased here:
Please use the shipping calculator to get pricing for shipping and handling. You may then make your request for a copy or copies by sending your request with shipping cost to: firstname.lastname@example.org. A PayPal invoice will then be sent to you to pay using Pay Pal or to send a check.
(small, private groups ok)
Available to stores, accordion shops, accordion repair shops, museum gift shops, accordion clubs (for fundraisers), etc. Requires minimum order of 3 copies.
Requests for 3 or more disks can be made via email to email@example.com
The shipping cost will be reported in an invoice and payment can be made by check.
Special Rate for Public Library Use
Includes public performance rights with option to purchase multiple DVD copies at reduced price of $7.00 each. Include your request for DVDs when contacting the filmmaker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational, Academic and University Library Use
Available through Filmaker’s Library/ Alexander Street Press: https://www.academicvideostore.com/video/accordions-rising
Review from Leavenworth Accordion Festival, WA (June, 2016)
“I have had occasion to watch this film in front of several audiences, mainly accordionists. People laughed, they clapped, they nodded, they were rapt with attention. This is a movie about art and the accordion: about musicianship, about different genres of music and styles of playing, about the past and about the present revival of accordion playing. It captures the lure of the accordion as a folk instrument and its versatility as an instrument of classical and contemporary music. It is a remarkable achievement as Roberta Cantow is not an accordionist. She has a keen eye for what appeals to people of all walks of life about music and art in general and specifically how the accordion engages that appeal. Bravo!” == Robynne Snow
Accordions Rising Partners
Everything you need to know about your accordion.
“…. an exceptional and refreshing updated version of the present accordion market and it’s foreseeable future. We congratulate you on a film well done.” -Joe Petosa Sr. /Petosa Accordions
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