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Accordeon

Film

"Accordeon" is a 2004 short animation film directed by Michèle Cournoyer.

Music

  1. "Accordeon" a.k.a. "Accordéon" is a cataloged instance, composition.
  2. "Accordeon" is a musical album of De Marjando's.
    • released in (14 years ago)

Business

Accordeon a.k.a. Accordéon is a record label.

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Accordeon a.k.a. Accordion: Accordions are a family of box-shaped musical instruments of the bellows-driven free-reed aerophone type, colloquially referred to as a squeezebox. A person who plays the accordion is called an accordionist. The concertina and bandoneón are related; the harmonium and American reed organ are in the same family.

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Google previewPopular Mechanics Magazine (1921)

by Henry Haven Windsor

THE Fluta Accordeon is a great improvement upon most reed wind instruments. It is very easy to play. Anyone who can read ordinary print can understand the Special Book of Popular Tunes, that has no notes at all, ...

Google previewIconographic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature, and Art

by S.F. Baird

The accordeon is a combination of several tongues, yielding the successive ...

Google previewCole's Encyclopedia of Dry Goods (1900)

A Reference Book for the Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods Trade of the United States, Containing a Descriptive List of All the Standard Fabrics, Garments, and Related Articles of Merchandise ... with a History of Cotton, Silk, Wool, Flax, Jute, Ramie, Hemp and Other Commercial Fibers, and a Full Description of the Processes of Carding, Spinning, Weaving, Bleaching, Dyeing and Printing ... by George S. Cole

ACCORDEON PLEATING. Light, gauzy material of any description arranged into fine, narrow pleats over its entire surface, employed for women's and children's skirts, fiounces, etc. Accordeon pleating is usually produced by means of a ...

Google previewComplete Encyclopaedia of Music, Elementary, Technical, Historical, Biographical, Vocal, and Instrumental (1854)

by John Weeks Moore

ACCORDEON. (Spelled also Accordion.) The accordcon is an instrument entitled to notice. It produces melodious sounds, and is remarkable for its peculiar sweetness and power of tone. Difficult passages can be performed on it with taste and ...

Google previewPronouncing Musical Dictionary of Technical Words, Phrases and Abbreviations (1875)

Including Definitions of Musical Terms Used by the Ancient Hebrews... by William Ludden

Accordeon. An instrument held in the hands the tones of which are produced by a current of air from a bellows acting on metallic reeds. Accorder, Fr. (Sk-kBr-da.) To tune an instrument; to sing or play in tuue. Accordenr, Fr. (ak-k6W3>\) One ...

Google previewMental Lexicon (2004)

Some Words to Talk about Words by Patrick Bonin

Mree Watering can Artichoke Asparagus Ostrich Airplane Ring Broom Swing Ball Balloon Banana Box Bowl Boot Candle Kettle Bottle Button Arm IMMMS Abeille Accordeon Aigle Aiguille Ampoule Ananas Ancre Ane Araignee Arbre Arrosoir ...

Google previewUniversity Musical Encyclopedia: University dictionary of music and musicians (1912)

by Louis Charles Elson

invented improvements for reed instruments, the accordeon and the organ. B. Leard, Ardennes, May 21, 1808; d.

Google previewAdams' New Musical Dictionary (1865)

Of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases, Abbreviations, Initials, and Signs, Employed in Musical and Rhythmical Art and Science, in Nearly Fifty Ancient and Modern Languages

Accordeon. An instrument held in the hands while played upon, the sounds being produced by a current of air from the drawing and closing of bellows acting upon metallic springs. Accorder. (Fre.) To tune an instrument. Accorder un Piano.

Google previewPronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Music (1896)

by William Smythe Babcock Mathews, Emil Liebling

At first it was used only as a toy, but the introduction of a chromatic scale made the accordeon more capable of producing a varied melody and harmony, although the awkwardness of the form was always a hindrance to its use. The German ...

Google previewMusic Lovers' Encyclopedia (1919)

Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Terms, Instruments, &c., Including a Key to the Pronunciation of Sixteen Languages, Many Charts; an Explanation of the Construction of Music for the Uninitiated; a Pronouncing Biographical Dictionary; the Stories of the Operas; and Numerous Biographical and Critical Essays by Distinguished Authorities by Rupert Hughes

An improved bando- nion ; virtually an accordeon worked with treadles, inv. by Brendl and Klosser, Saxony, 1893.

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Scrabble value of A1C3C3O1R1D2E1O1N1

The value of this 9-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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