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Author Profile: Tsalpara Haroula
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Ηello!this is a typical example of greek "Rebetiko" song.The instrument we hear is called in greek "Harmonica" and is one of the ancestors of the accordion we know today.The bad thing is that we are not sure about how this instrument exactly looked like.There are some clues and some bad photos,but still we can not know if the instrument we can see in the photos has this exact sound...I would like to ask if enyone knows any type of accordion that the sound is similar...somewhere in the world.In a quick search I found the Cajun accordion,which is played in Louisiana and it looks very much like Harmonica,but Im not sure about the sound...Does anyone know something?Thanks!






Here is a photo of which we think is the Harmonica.(but not sure as I wrote above..)

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