Leif Kayser
Accordion solo
B4, 29 pages


One of the best things that has happened to the Danish accordeon world is Leif Kayser - the distinguished Danish composer who has written so many works for the classical accordeon.

It was perhaps also a stroke of luck that his first attempts at the Confetti music, commissioned by the Danish Accordeon Teachers’ Association in 1974, were rather unsuccessful: we wanted a series of easy-to-play, instructional pieces for our young players, but Mr. Kayser’s many early pieces were much too difficult. (Later some of them found their way on to the well-known Arabesques album).

During that autumn in 1974 Leif Kayser - in his efforts to write easy music for accordeon - presented us with more than 30 large and small solo works, and since then he has sent us many more kind thoughts and fine works.

After almost 20 years the composer was finally persuaded to select from this vast musical treasure the pieces for the present Confetti album, for which we have been waiting so impatiently - pieces of varying duration and difficulty, all depending on personal taste and inclination. They may be played as separate pieces or combined in small suites. Some of the pieces are more difficult than others, but all of them have one thing in common: good taste.

Bon appetit!

Mogens Ellegaard 



  • Score DKK255.00(€ ~34.25)
    (Prices incl. 25% EU VAT)

QR Code