Accordion

Internationalization
العربية: أكورديون
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Bosanski: Harmonika
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Brezhoneg: Boest an diaoul
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Català: Acordió
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Čeština: Akordeon
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Dansk: Harmonika
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Deutsch: Akkordeon
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Eesti: Akordion
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English: Accordion
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Español: Acordeón
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Esperanto: Akordiono
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Euskara: Akordeoi
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فارسی: آکوردئون
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Français : Accordéon
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Galego: Acordeón
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한국어: 아코디언
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Hrvatski: Harmonika
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Interlingua: Accordion
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Italiano: Fisarmonica
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עברית: אקורדיון
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Lietuvių: Akordeonas
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Magyar: Harmonika
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Nederlands: Accordeon
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Norsk bokmål: Trekkspill
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Norsk nynorsk: Trekkspel
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Қазақша: Аккордеон
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Polski: Akordeon
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Português: Acordeão
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Română: Acordeon
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Русский: Аккордеон
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Shqip: Akkordeon
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Sicilianu: Fisarmònica
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Slovenčina: Akordeón
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Slovenščina: Harmonika
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Ślůnski: Cyjo
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Српски / srpski: Хармоника
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Suomi: Harmonikka
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Svenska: Dragspel
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Türkçe: Akordiyon
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West-Vlams: Accordeong
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Українська: Акордеон
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中文: 手风琴
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English: An accordion is a type of musical instrument. An accordion belongs to the family of keyboards, making its acoustal music via metal reeds activated by air blown over them from the bellows.
Italiano: La fisarmonica è uno strumento musicale.
Português: O acordeão é um instrumento musical aerófono, composto por um fole, um diapasão e duas caixas harmônicas de madeira.

AccordionsEdit

Accordion playersEdit

See also: Accordionists

Accordion partsEdit

OtherEdit

See alsoEdit

Pictures of a Visit at Müller

Pictures of a Visit at Strasser

Last modified on 20 May 2012, at 09:11