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Episode 17 – Russian made instrument – Anonymous, c.1950/60

A rare example of a Russian made instrument, related to the accordina.

Episode 16 – W. O. Miessner, 1927

This instrument is typically influenced by wind instruments in the tradition of Symplexophons and other [...]

Episode 15 – Éolina – Ballone Burini, c. 2007

Instrument derived from an accordion keyboard, its particularity is to work both by sucking and [...]

Episode 14 – Hohnerette – Hohner, 1908

Patented in 1908, this instrument was produced in different versions until 1930.

Episode 13 – Melodica – Lindermayer / Hohner, 1958/59

Marketed from 1959 by the German firm Hohner, the melodica is a polyphonic instrument, invented [...]

Episode 12 – Harmoniphon – J. R. Pâris, 1836

The Harmoniphon is a small instrument that is played by means of a pipe in [...]

Alexandre Léauthaud – La Valse du Mélomane

Alexandre Léauthaud presents us his composition La Valse du Mélomane, played on a accordina Laurent [...]

Episode 11 – Harmonikon – K. Bässler, 1956

Marketed under the Beloton brand, we owe it to the engineer Karl Bässler in Germany.

Episode 10 – Anonymous, c. 1850

Anonymous - Beautifully made instrument, probably of German or Austrian manufacture, consisting of two rows [...]

Episode 09 – Mouth organ – R. Field and A. Hanson, 1902

The Mouth organ - A diatonic harmonica on the front to which two sets of [...]

Episode 08 – Clavietta – P. Seiller and A. Borel, 1958

Contrary to what the name might suggest, the Clavietta is not an Italian but a [...]

Episode 07 – Symphonium – C. Wheatstone, 1827/1829

Around 1829, Charles Wheatstone invented a musical instrument with free metal reeds into which one [...]

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