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Accordions are a family of box-shaped musical instruments which are driven by bellows, and notes are played with keys or buttons. The accordion is used frequently in folk, tango, popular and classical music. Famous composers who wrote works for the accordion include Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Charles Ives, Paul Hindemith, Astor Piazzolla, and Alban Berg. Popular accordion players include Mogens Ellegaard, Myron Floren, Pietro Deiro, and Charles Magnante.

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