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Viljo Vesterinen

Viljo Vesterinen

Viljo Vesterinen


Viljo "Vili" Vesterinen (born 26 March 1907 in Terijoki, died 18 May 1961 in Helsinki) was a Finnish accordionist and composer. Vesterinen studied piano and cello in Vyborg Music Institute, but as an accordionist he was self-taught. Vesterinen mainly played in different bands and theatres early in his career. Vesterinen made his first recordings in 1929. The most popular recording of Vesterinen is Säkkijärven polkka in 1939. Even though it is not Vesterinen's own song, his version of the song is the most popular among people. Read more on Last.fm
Viljo "Vili" Vesterinen (born 26 March 1907 in Terijoki, died 18 May 1961 in Helsinki) was a Finnish accordionist and composer. Vesterinen studied piano and cello in Vyborg Music Institute, but as an accordionist he was self-taught. Vesterinen mainly played in different bands and theatres early in his career. Vesterinen made his first recordings in 1929. The most popular recording of Vesterinen is Säkkijärven polkka in 1939.

Even though it is not Vesterinen's own song, his version of the song is the most popular among people. Other popular songs are Metsäkukkia (1931), Hilpeä hanuri (1936) and Valssi menneiltä ajoilta (1939). Vesterinen made a total of 130 recordings during his career. Due to heavy use of alcohol and cigarettes his health went weak and late in his career he could not play accordion with the same frequency as before. Vesterinen also starred in some movies.

The movie Säkkijärven polkka (1955) tells about Vesterinen's life. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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