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  1. El acordeón es un instrumento musical armónico de viento, constituido por un fuelle, un diapasón y dos cajas armónicas de madera. En sus dos extremos el fuelle está cerrado por las cajas de madera. La parte de la mano derecha del acordeón tiene además un "diapasón" con una disposición de teclas que pueden ser como el de un piano ...

    • Viento, Viento mixto
    • acordeonista.
    • Cyrill Demian
    • Hacia 1830
  2. Acordeón diatónico de dos hileras. El acordeón diatónico o melodeón, es un instrumento de la familia de los aerófonos de lengüeta libre, de la misma familia que la concertina, la armónica, o el bandoneón. Se diferencia del acordeón cromático porque su estructura musical depende de unas escalas determinadas.

  3. El acordeón cromático es un instrumento de viento de lengüeta libre. El adjetivo "cromático" aplicado a la música se refiere a las 12 notas diferentes de la escala cromática; es decir, las notas naturales y las alteradas: do, do#, re, re#, mi, fa, fa#, sol, sol#, la, la# y si.

  4. Categoría:Acordeón. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Ir a la navegación Ir a la búsqueda. El artículo principal de esta categoría es: Acordeón. Wikimedia Commons alberga una categoría multimedia sobre Familia del acordeón. Wikcionario tiene definiciones y otra información sobre acordeón.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AccordionAccordion - Wikipedia

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    Accordions have many configurations and types. What may be easy to do with one type of accordion could be technically challenging or impossible with another, and proficiency with one layout may not translate to another. The most obvious difference between accordions is their right-hand manuals. Piano accordions use a piano-style musical keyboard, while button accordions use a buttonboard. Button accordions are furthermore differentiated by their usage of a chromatic or diatonicbuttonboard for the right-hand manual. Accordions may be either bisonoric, producing different pitches depending on the direction of bellows movement, or unisonoric, producing the same pitch in both directions. Piano accordions are unisonoric. Chromatic button accordions also tend to be unisonoric, while diatonic button accordions tend to be bisonoric,though notable exceptions exist. Accordion size is not standardized, and may vary significantly from model to model. Accordions vary not only in their dimensions...

    The accordion's basic form is believed to have been invented in Berlin, in 1822, by Christian Friedrich Ludwig Buschmann,[notes 4] although one instrument has been recently discovered that appears to have been built earlier.[notes 5] The earliest history of the accordion in Russia is poorly documented. Nevertheless, according to Russian researchers, the earliest known simple accordions were made in Tula, Russia, by Ivan Sizov and Timofey Vorontsov around 1830, after they received an early accordion from Germany. By the late 1840s, the instrument was already very widespread; together the factories of the two masters were producing 10,000 instruments a year. By 1866, over 50,000 instruments were being produced yearly by Tula and neighbouring villages, and by 1874 the yearly production was over 700,000. By the 1860s, Novgorod, Vyatka and Saratov governorates also had significant accordion production. By the 1880s, the list included Oryol, Ryazan, Moscow, Tver, Vologda, Kostroma, Nizhny...

    The accordion has traditionally been used to perform folk or ethnic music, popular music, and transcriptions from the operatic and light-classical music repertoire. It was also used by the Kikuyu tribe in Kenya and is the main instrument in the traditional Mwomboko dance. Today the instrument is sometimes heard in contemporary pop styles, such as rock and pop-rock,and occasionally even in serious classical music concerts, as well as advertisements.

    The most expensive[according to whom?] accordions are typically fully hand-made, particularly the reeds; completely hand-made reeds have a better tonal quality than even the best automatically manufactured ones. Some accordions have been modified by individuals striving to bring a more pure[clarification needed] sound out of low-end instruments, such as the ones improved by Yutaka Usui,[irrelevant citation]a Japanese craftsman. The manufacture of an accordion is only a partly automated process. In a sense,[clarification needed]all accordions are handmade, since there is always some hand assembly of the small parts required. The general process involves making the individual parts, assembling the subsections, assembling the entire instrument, and final decorating and packaging. Famous[according to whom?][peacock term] centres of production are the Italian cities of Stradella and Castelfidardo, with many small and medium size manufacturers especially at the latter. Castelfidardo honou...

    Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Accordion" . Encyclopædia Britannica(11th ed.). Cambridge University Press.

    • Early 19th century
  6. Bayán (acordeón) El bayán (en ruso, бая́н ), (pronunciación AFI, bɐˈjan ), cuyo nombre proviene del bardo del siglo XI Boyan, es un tipo de acordeón cromático desarrollado en Rusia a principios del siglo XX.

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