Accordions are a family of box-shaped musical instrument of the free reed bellows-type aerophone type, colloquially referred to as the squeezebox. The person who plays the accordion is called an accordionist.
The accordion is a portable, free vibrating reed instrument. It includes a keyboard with bass and are associated with folding bellows. Inside the instrument there are metal plates that create sound when air is generated by the movement of bellows, flows around them and causes them vibrate. The accordion is made up of hundreds of pieces, and much of it is hand assembled. First built in the early nineteenth century, the accordion continues to evolve into a more flexible instrument.
The modern accordion has three main sections, with expandable bellows and two wooden tips, called the high and low ends. The highest end frequency accordion has a keyboard attached. End bass contain fingerprint buttons play bass notes and chords. Reed and electronic components are located on the inside of the bellows.
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