Saltarelle chromatic Accordion "Bourroche" with five rows

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Accordions are inextricably linked to French music; one thinks of chansons and waltzes a la musette, but also of Cajun and Zydeco. In 1831, from the Viennese model French accordion builders developed their own diatonic instruments which then influenced Ireland and the rest of the English-speaking world. Not to be overlooked is the "Musette" register they introduced with its slightly out of tune reeds.

Features of the Bourroche 5:

On the right: 5 rows, 3 voices,5 automatic couplers, located behind the fingerboard

On the left: 84 basses.

3 voices instrument with 5 automatic couplers (registers) located behind the fingerboard allowing 5 possible sounds:

  • 1 voice: concertina (single midrange reed)
  • 2 voices: double midrange reeds. (dry, swing or musette, according to voicing)
  • 3 voices: double midrange + single low octave reed.
  • 2 voices: Bandoneon (single midrange + single low octave reed)
  • 1 voice: single low octave reed
The videos show the "Bourroche 4", which is, apart from the smaller range of sound, similarly constructed.

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Accordions are inextricably linked to French music; one thinks of chansons and waltzes a la musette, but also of Cajun and Zydeco. In 1831, from the Viennese model French accordion builders developed their own diatonic instruments which then influenced Ireland and the rest of the English-speaking world. Not to be overlooked is the "Musette" register they introduced with its slightly out of tune reeds.

Features of the Bourroche 5:

On the right: 5 rows, 3 voices,5 automatic couplers, located behind the fingerboard

On the left: 84 basses.

3 voices instrument with 5 automatic couplers (registers) located behind the fingerboard allowing 5 possible sounds:

  • 1 voice: concertina (single midrange reed)
  • 2 voices: double midrange reeds. (dry, swing or musette, according to voicing)
  • 3 voices: double midrange + single low octave reed.
  • 2 voices: Bandoneon (single midrange + single low octave reed)
  • 1 voice: single low octave reed
The videos show the "Bourroche 4", which is, apart from the smaller range of sound, similarly constructed.

Register 1: Register 2: Register 3: Register 4: Register 5:

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