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During a visit to Bruges I saw this player.
An accordion is a musical instrument that is considered because of the way of sound production to aerofonen. On the basis of the play, it is a test instrument. The instrument is called accordion because of the construction of the mechanism of the left hand. Through an array of bars and buttons is three notes simultaneously produced an agreement. The instrument performer is known accordionist.
The accordion works on the same principle as the harmonica. However, here the air is supplied by a bellows. In the closet are the reeds that produce the sound. When a key or button is pressed, the air flows along one or more tongues, wherein it will vibrate, and the sound is created.

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04/04/2015 13:15:44
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