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Titano Accordion Company International

Titano manufacturers high quality accordions of all types in Italy and have many excellent performers who play Titano. Titano is the most popular quality brand accordion in the North America and Australasia, played by more Champions than any other make.

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Accordions Worldwide - the largest accordion internet site

The largest accordion internet site in the world, Weekly News in 7 languages: English, German French, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Chinese, general information on the accordion and bellows related instruments, list of all accordion producers, Accordion Yellow Pages events calendar with direct adding of concerts, masterclasses, seminars, concerts, festivals, accordion history, CD Reviews ...

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Concerto DA-250 - Accordions International

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Instruction manuals - Hohner Postpress

Instruction manual. A thorough understanding of how our machines work and how they are used will enable you to benefit even more from your investment. M45/6 - Serial: M45-6001739 - M45-6999999 - Manual DE. #Narrow Stitching Heads #M45/6 #German #Manual #M45/6 - Serial: M45-6001739 - M45-6999999. M45/6 - Serial: M45-6001739 - M45-6999999 ...

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About Us - Busso

About Us. Founded in 1934, Ernest Deffner, Inc. is home to Titano Accordions, PANcordion Accordions, Pigini Accordions’ North American distribution, distributorships for Roland V-Accordions and Hohner Accordions, and Ernest Deffner Publications. Busso Music, Inc. serves as the marketing, distribution, and educational arm of the company.

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Accordion Links: Manufacturers and Brands

There are many accordion manufacturers, and even more brands -- may shops will import accordions and sell them under their own brand name. Here is a list, cobbled together from various sources. But first, here are some logos of unknown accordion brands -- please let me ( Jeroen Nijhof) know if you recognise any of them! 1) identified as made by Paolo Soprani.

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Sem Accordions

In 2002 the SEM brand was launched and presented for the first time. This was the SEM Accordions' website. Content is from the site's 2002-2005 archived pages as well as other sources.

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ciao-midi - Accordion Gallery

The accordionist will find all the most popular accordions on board: italian, scottish, jazz, classical, french, etc., and for each of these the different registers also. Standard bass and free bass registers as well. The 3 sections (treble, chords and bass) can control indepently or at the same time the internal sounds or an external expander. ...

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CIAO Reedless Accordions

Music Magic Accordions USA is a factory authorized Ciao Sales, Service and Tech Support center. Call Music Magic Accordions USA toll-free at (888) 887-0975 to purchase your new C-System Chromatic Ciao Reedless while they last. Ask about our “Play Before You Pay™” Music Money Card.

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Amazon.com: accordion instruction books: Books

Palmer-Hughes Accordion Course Polka Book. by Willard A. Palmer and Bill Hughes | Jun 1, 1963. 4.4 out of 5 stars. 39. Paperback. $8.95.

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Accordions for Classical, Latin, Folk: HOHNER - enjoy music

Accordions. Diatonic. The most common accordion in the Americas is the diatonic. It’s smaller than the chromatic, and always has button keys. It has two notes per button, depending on whether you push or pull the bellows, thus allowing for it to be smaller. It’s popular in …

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Playing Instructions for a D40 Hohner Concertina Accordion

Sep 15, 2017 . Concertinas and accordions are complicated-looking instruments. Watching an expert play them is bewildering and impressive, as their fingers nimbly hop between the unlabeled tiny keys and their hands rhythmically work the bellows. Concertinas are a lot simpler than they seem at first, but it does take time to become familiar with the locations ...

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Roland - FR-1x V-Accordion

The FR-1x series is the newest addition to the famous V-Accordion family. These compact, lightweight models offer the same flexibility and portability as their popular FR-1 predecessors, but add significant features, including USB functionality and advanced bellows-pressure circuitry for …

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  • What is the most common accordion in the Americas?

    The most common accordion in the Americas is the diatonic. It’s smaller than the chromatic, and always has button keys. It has two notes per button, depending on whether you push or pull the bellows, thus allowing for it to be smaller. It’s popular in folk, Vallenato, Norteño, Musette, pop, and rock.

  • What are some interesting facts about the SEM accordions?

    In 2002 the SEM brand was launched and presented for the first time. This was the SEM Accordions' website. Content is from the site's 2002-2005 archived pages as well as other sources.

  • What are the best websites for learning about the accordion?

    Accordions Worldwide - the largest accordion internet site with weekly news from around the world about festivals, competitions seminars, artists, concerts, masterclasses, events, CD reviews, videos, celebrity interviews, information about accordion producers and the accordion yellow pages events calendar In the News this Week

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