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Guyland Leday
Critics have called his talent "spellbinding." When he wowed Oprah in May 2008, 10-year-old Guyland Leday had never taken a music lesson in his life and said he learned to play the accordion in a most unusual way.

When he was 3 years old, Guyland said his great-grandfather Delton Broussard, a famous accordion player, appeared in his dream and showed him how to play. "He came up in my dreams and gave me his accordion," he said. "I just started playing."
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FROM: Willow Smith and Oprah's All-Time Smartest, Most Talented Kids
Published on March 01, 2011

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