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ban·do·ne·on
[ban-doh-nee-on]
NOUN
1.
a small, square concertina or accordion with buttons instead of a keyboard, used especially in Latin America for tango music.
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Bandoneon - Wikipedia

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The bandoneon (or bandonion, Spanish: bandoneón) is a type of concertina particularly popular in Argentina, Uruguay, and Lithuania. It is an essential ...

Bandoneon - facts, history, audio clips, use in tango

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The bandoneon, shown below, is a type of concertina, played by holding the instrument between both hands and pushing in or pulling out, while pressing the  ...

About Bandoneons – bandoneon.co.uk

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The Bandoneon is a free reed instrument that is renowned for the beauty of its sound, and for its remarkable expressive range and flexibility. It was developed in  ...

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9 Abr 2013 ... FABIO FURIA, Bandoneon STEFANO ZEDDA Riprese ed Editing video GIOVANNI CARLINI Riprese ed Editing audio www.fabiofuria.it.

Bandoneón - Argentina Tango

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The bandoneon was developed by Heinrich Band in the 1840's. Although invented in Germany, it quickly made its way to Argentina and became synonymous ...

Bandoneon: The Instrument Behind the Tango : NPR

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Mar 30, 2005 ... Musician and Day to Day contributing writer David Was offers an appreciation of the instrument that drives the sultry sound of the tango.

The bandoneon, name, origin and manufacturers - Todotango.com

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n early classification of musical instrument established three categories: 1) stringed instruments, 2) wind instruments and 3) percussion. The bandoneon ...

bandoneon - Wiktionary

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Etymology[edit]. From Spanish bandoneón, from German Bandoneon, named after Heinrich Band. ... bandoneon (plural bandoneons). (music) A small Latin ...