accordions

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  • Those Darn Accordions — are an American accordion band from San Francisco, California, originally formed in 1989. Their original songs cover a variety of musical genres from rock and funk to polka and even swing. Their repertoire also includes occasional covers of… …   Wikipedia

  • Debt Accordions — A loan provision which allows the borrower to add additional investors to the loan subsequent to the initial loan date. This provision helps the borrower if they are struggling to make payments, and in turn, helps the lender receive the full… …   Investment dictionary

  • Accordion — Infobox Instrument name=Accordion names=Accordeon (Danish, for free bass models), Akkordeon (German), Accordéon (French), Bajan (Russian), Fisarmonica (Italian), Harmonijka (Polish), Harmonika (Danish (for standard bass modelsDyremose, Jeanette… …   Wikipedia

  • Flutina — Infobox Instrument name=Flutina classification=Free reed aerophone range= related= musicians= builders= articles=The flutina is an early precursor to the diatonic button accordion, having one or two rows of treble buttons, which are configured to …   Wikipedia

  • Hagström — Infobox Company company name=Hagström company logo= company slogan= vector logo= company type=Music Company genre= foundation=1925 founder=Albin Hagström location=Älvdalen Sweden origins= key people=Albin Hagström Karl Erik Hagström Jimmy D… …   Wikipedia

  • accordion — /euh kawr dee euhn/, n. Music. 1. Also called piano accordion. a portable wind instrument having a large bellows for forcing air through small metal reeds, a keyboard for the right hand, and buttons for sounding single bass notes or chords for… …   Universalium

  • Accordion music genres — Main article: Accordion The accordion has traditionally been used to perform folk or ethnic music, popular music, and transcriptions from the operatic and light classical music repertoire.[1] Today the instrument is sometimes heard in… …   Wikipedia

  • Schwyzerörgeli — The Schwyzeroergeli is a type of diatonic button accordion used in Swiss folk music. The name derives from the town/canton of Schwyz where it was developed. Oergeli is the diminutive form of the word Orgel (organ). Outside of Switzerland the… …   Wikipedia

  • Accordion reed ranks & switches — A reed rank inside accordions refers to a single full set of the reeds that are the means to achieve the instrument s sound range. These reed ranks are located in the reed chamber . Most accordions to this date typically have anywhere between 2 4 …   Wikipedia

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