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Baby Accordéon

✓ TIP: If you need more then one octave, simply turn your iPhone to the side, there's a landscape mode with more keys available

✓ TIP: If you need more then one octave, simply turn your iPhone to the side, there's a landscape mode with more keys available

Baby Accordéon

by Alex Komarov Inc.
Baby Accordéon
Baby Accordéon
Baby Accordéon

What is it about?

✓ TIP: If you need more then one octave, simply turn your iPhone to the side, there's a landscape mode with more keys available.

Baby Accordéon

App Details

Version
1.3
Rating
(206)
Size
5Mb
Genre
Music
Last updated
October 6, 2010
Release date
April 7, 2010
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

✓ TIP: If you need more then one octave, simply turn your iPhone to the side, there's a landscape mode with more keys available.
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✮ Recommended by Steve Jobs in his iPhone OS 4 Keynote.

✮ Featured by Apple in New and Noteworthy.

✮ Featured by Apple in What's Hot.

✮ #2 paid music app in many countries.

✮ #2 paid app in Russia.

Baby Accordéon for the iPhone is a smaller version of a well-known iPad Accordéon.

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The accordion is a box-shaped musical instrument of the bellows-driven free-reed aerophone family, sometimes referred to as a squeezebox. A person who plays the accordion is called an accordionist.

FEATURES:

❤ Professionally recorded real-accordion sound.

❤ French-style musette sound is very nice: bright and rich.

❤ Landscape mode with more keys and chords for experienced players is available. Now you are not limited to one octave.

❤ Animated Bellows.

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The accordion is often used in folk music in Europe, North America and South America. It is commonly associated with busking. Some popular music acts also make use of the instrument. Additionally, the accordion is sometimes used in both solo and orchestra performances of classical music.

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Use your headphones to fully appreciate deep bass sounds of the base notes. Plug it into your speakers to show off your newly acquired talents to your neighbors.

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Other names:

French: Accordéon.
Danish: Accordeon.
Hungarian & Icelandic: Harmonika.
German: Akkordeon.
Italian: Fisarmonica.
Norwegian: Trekkspill.
Polish: Akordeon, harmonia.
Russian: Bajan.
Swedish: Dragspel