Episode 02 – P. A. Kayser, 1829

Piano-éolien

An instrument by Philippe-Auguste Kayser, a doctor in Strasbourg (France), patented in June 1829. Another ancestor of the accordina, equipped with a keyboard with piano keys (as would later be the melodica) with free metal reeds, which are set into vibration by the musician’s breath.

To be continued…

Illustration: Extract from the patent

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