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electropianist

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« on: February 10, 2020, 12:12:40 PM »

Hi folks,

May you please help me to ID this work?
I have been looking for this music for about 20 years. Or do you know if this is accordeon or Harmonica?


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« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2020, 07:37:20 AM »
Don't know the music, but it's an accordion and has a German sound to it.

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« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2020, 12:18:45 AM »
Don't know the music, but it's an accordion and has a German sound to it.

I appreciate your opinion. I have got so many different answer some saying it is harmonica and some accordeon. Confusing....

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« Reply #3 on: February 14, 2020, 01:58:57 AM »
I don't know the music either, but it sounds quite popular...gosh..

I've just dug a bit, and that instrument has a proper name and it's "Melodica". Same family as harmonica and accordion.
The modern form has been invented and manifactured by Hohner Musikinstrumente GmbH & Co. KG, as a variation for the harmonica.
In Italy, similar instruments have been known since the 19th century, and in italian actually, it has also some other names like Pianica, Clavietta or Diamonica.
Similar to Melodica are Accordina and Vibrandoneon, make a google search on these two and you'll find very curious instruments.


Melodica
classification: free-read aerophone


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« Reply #4 on: February 14, 2020, 11:54:49 AM »
I don't know the music either, but it sounds quite popular...gosh..

I've just dug a bit, and that instrument has a proper name and it's "Melodica". Same family as harmonica and accordion.
The modern form has been invented and manifactured by Hohner Musikinstrumente GmbH & Co. KG, as a variation for the harmonica.
In Italy, similar instruments have been known since the 19th century, and in italian actually, it has also some other names like Pianica, Clavietta or Diamonica.
Similar to Melodica are Accordina and Vibrandoneon, make a google search on these two and you'll find very curious instruments.


Melodica
classification: free-read aerophone

Hi Greta,

I much appreciate your comprehensive answer. Yeah, I heard this music 25 years ago. It is for 80s.
I feel it should be Italian.

Thank you again.