Chromatic button accordion

Chromatic Button Accordion

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Chromatic button accordion

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A chromatic button accordion is a type of button accordion where the melody-side keyboard consists of rows of buttons arranged chromatically. The bass-side keyboard is usually the Stradella system or one of the various free-bass systems. Included among chromatic button accordions are the Russian bayan and Schrammel accordion. There can be 3 to 5 rows of horizontal treble buttons. In a 5 row chromatic, two additional rows repeat the first 2 rows to facilitate options in fingering.

Comparing the layout to the piano accordion

Throughout former Yugoslavia a 6-row chromatic button layout is used based on the B system. It is referred to as dugmetara.

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