Music was Dress Standards

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> Hello,
>
> The patent for the what we call an accordion was placed in Vienna in
> 1829, though it is (or was) a common folk instrument used in a
> considerable number of cultures (same can be made for the bagpipes).
> However, the accordion is derived from the portable organum, which was
> used in church organs hundreds of years before. Though I may feel old, I
> can't say that I was there to witness all this.
>
> Etienne Ozorak
>

nice to see a comment from you Etienne. :)
Cheers, Ron :)

< 0 Ron Mackey,(Purveyor of Pat's Party Pieces)
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