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Organetto Abruzzese

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  • The Organetto Abruzzese is a button accordion in the shape and size of a concertina.
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The Organetto Abruzzese is a button accordion in the shape and size of a concertina. These fun and very portable instruments have a great sound, 24 melody notes (8 of them chromatics) and 4 bass buttons. The bellows has 12 folds. Made in Italy. Lark in the Morning Item Number COC026


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  • ASIN: B001M2C3D2
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 5, 2008

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Buzzi Michele on April 19, 2010
The instrument pictured is not an "organetto abruzzese" but simply a concertina, which is not a traditional Italian instrument. Abruzzo is a region of Central Italy, where organettos are mostly built, but the instrument is used throughout the country in traditional dance music. The links you provide under the picture show how real organettos look like, and it can easily be seen that the instrument is quite different from both the English and Anglo concertina.
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