1. a type of concertina popular in South America
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  • Addio" was pretty much an improvisation orchestrated for the bandoneon and string quintet. Joseph Vella: Interview: Vince Mendoza (Jazz Composer Extraordinaire)
  • Talking to the strings and Glover afterwards, they seem less than thrilled with the sound, which is unamplified except for the piano and bandoneon.
  • (Soundbite of song, "Tango Square") EYRE: The bandoneon, with its unique timbre and expressiveness, was created in Germany, but it soon became inseparable from the sexy new dance music emerging from the bars and bordellos of Buenos Aires. Gotan Project: An International Spin On Argentina's Tango
  • The bandoneon is a relative of the accordion and was originally invented as an inexpensive substitute for the church organ.
  • Fans of Latin music should go just to hear the virtuosic quintet, led by bandoneonist Martin Sued, play Piazzolla. Tango Buenos Aires: Plenty of steps, little sizzle at George Mason
  • Her compact backing group, blending piano, bandoneon and violin, was impeccable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Piazzolla used to lead his bands from the bandoneon, and accordionist James Crabb reprised the composer's role.
  • Last Round is for double string quartet and double bass, written in memory of Piazzolla, and conceived as an idealized version of his keyless accordion, the bandoneon.
  • Two bandoneon players provide the broken heart of tango myth; Rodrigo Dominguez's soprano sax implies a more positive outcome; Iannaccone's pleading cello is elegant and erotic.
  • More than 10 years after the death of composer / bandoneon player Astor Piazzolla, his dazzling contemporary tangos still dominate the idiom.
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