Category:Piano accordions

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Main Wikipedia article: Piano accordion

"Piano accordion is an accordion equipped with a right-hand keyboard similar to a piano or organ. Its acoustic mechanism is more that of an organ than a piano, as they are both wind instruments, but the term "piano accordion"—coined by Guido Deiro in 1910[1]—has remained the popular nomenclature. It may be equipped with any of the available systems for the left-hand manual."

— English Wikipedia article "Piano accordion"

NOTE: "Acordeón Reuther" was merely one of the accordion brands, and John H. Reuther's inventions used on it were not about the normal piano accordion, but about the Reuther uniform keyboard system (U.S. Patent 2,203,393) and the dual-row piano keyboard (U.S. Patent 2,557,690) for accordions.

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  1. Henry Doktorski, The Brothers Deiro and Their Accordions (The Classical Free-Reed, Inc.: 2005)
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