International Confederation of Accordionists (ICA)
Confédération Internationale des Accordéonistes (CIA)
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1935 Paris France
1935, Paris (France), with the title Association internationale des accordéonistes. From May 1948, Lausanne (Switzerland), referred to as Confédération mondiale de l'accordéon (CMA).
Raise the status of the accordion in the world of music generally; encourage composers to write original music for the instrument and manufacturers to improve and widen the scope of the instrument itself; create and develop friendly and cooperative relations between accordion players of every nationality; encourage international exchange of cultural, musical and artistic experience.
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