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Suite à l'article de Michel Rebinguet ce mercredi 9 janvier 2008

dans son génial blog "Le Bistrot de l'accordéon" 

j'ai moi aussi l'envie de vous faire connaitre l'accordéon, le "piano à bretelles", sous ses appellations les plus étranges...
 
Je connaissais déjà ces expressions-là : 
"boite à punaises", 
"boite à pousser", 

et aussi ces noms-là : 
fisarmonika (en italien), 
garmon (ce qui se traduit "luth de papier". J'ai rencontré l'emploi de ce nom-là sur un CD de musique traditionnelle tchétchène)...

Voici la liste (en Anglais) trouvée sur le site http://klezmusic.com/
(à cette adresse : http://www.klezmusic.com/sbx-info/sbx-name.html ) : 



A List of Squeezebox Names : 

Accordeon / akkordeon / akkordion
Accordion / (and the common but please don't write it this way misspelling: accordian)
Acordeao (Portuguese)
Acordeon (Spanish)
Anglo Concertina (Anglo-German, Anglo-Chromatic)
Armonica / armonika - see Harmonika
Bandoneon (Tango concertina)
Bayan / bajan (Russian for accordion, in the West only applied to chromatic B-system Russian-style button accordion)
Bosca Ceol (Irish Gaelic, lit. "music box" - applied to the half-step tuned Irish button accordion, not to piano accordions or concertinas)
Box (common among traditional Irish musicians, same application as bosca ceol, but for English speakers)
Button Box, Button Accordion
Buzika (I believe this is Czech - possibly a cognate of English "Box" and Gaelic "Bosca")
Chemnitzer Concertina (see also Polka Box)
Club Melodeon (diatonic 2-row button system with extra helper row and unisonoric note)
Concertina / Konzertina
Dragspel / dragspil (Swedish, lit. "pull-play" - see Norwegian, Dutch and Belgian cognates)
Duet Concertina
English Concertina
Fisarmonica (Italian)
Garmon / Garmonika / Garmonik (Russian, Belarus - refers to a type of diatonic button accordion prevalent in Russia)
Garmoshka (affectionate variant of Garmonika)
German Concertina
Gombos harmonika
Handharmonika (Germany - lit. "hand-harmonica")
Handklaver (Sweden - lit. "hand-piano")
Hanuri (Finnish)
Harmonieflute
Harmonika / harmonikka / harmonijka / harmonica (widespread European term for accordion)
Klavier-harmonika
Konzertina
Lindanda
Lootspill / Lutspill / Lutspiel
Maveorgel
Mello-Piano (Australia)
Melodeon (common in British Isles for one-or-two-row diatonic button accordion)
Monika (short for Harmonika, common in the Netherlands)
Organetto (Italian, usually refers to a one-row diatonic button accordion with a short helper row)
Pedalowka
Piano Accordion
Polka Box (generally applied to the Chemnitzer concertina)
Realejo
Sanfona
Schwyzerorgeli (Swiss variant on the diatonic button accordion)
Squashbox (South African diatonic concertina)
Squeezebox
Steirisch / Steirische Harmonika (German-Austrian button accordion)
Sun Fin Chin (Chinese)
Taljanka (Russian for 1-row box)
'Tina (short for concertina)
Transichord
Trekharmonika (Dutch, lit. "pull-harmonika)
Trekspil /trekkspil / trekkspill (Norwegian, lit. "push-play")
Trekzak (pull-bag)
Ziehharmonika (German, lit. "pull-harmonika")






Belgium wins the prize for most creative names, and largest number of them. The following list was submitted by Jan Doumen:


Harmonica
Harmonéon
Trekzak (pull-bag)
Trek
Trekorgel
Trekbuul
Trekker
rekorgel
open en toe
knieharmonika (knee-harmonica)
boure-èt-r'boute (from bourer = push and satchî = pull) or
satche-êt-r'boute
tièsse di tchfau (tête de cheval = head of the horse)
armon'rèye à pleus (harmonic with folds)
piano des pauvres (piano of the poor)
piano a bretelles
tire-tire-pouse-pouse (pull-pull-push-push)
serinette
quätskommode (quätschen = to press together; kommode = cupboard) 



De quoi éclairer sous un jour nouveau vos recherches sur l'accordéon via internet !



Tag(s) : #1. ACCORDEON