[Harp-L] re:Mouth accordion
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- Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2015 14:05:49 -0500
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Contrary to Winslow, this is not a blow accordion. I have no idea what
to call it. A blow accordion has a keyboard and two bass buttons like a
button accordion (or melodion, if you prefer) and a mouthpiece to blow
and draw in order to supply the air. It is diatonic. A Melodica is
similar, but it is blow only, and it is chromatic.
This gentleman should contact Brendan Power - maybe he could help him
refine his device.It's interesting, whatever it is.
Regards Paul N.
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