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Index Note: Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations . AAA (American Accordionists Association), 156, 169, 296–97, 300; mission statement, 297; music commissioned by, 299 Abilez, Hernando, 96–97 Abshire, Nathan, 50, 76 Abshire, Ray, 57 Abu-Lughod, Lila, 114, 131n10 accordion: academic studies of, 9, 260; and class conflict, 250; in classical music, 309; definition of, 315; and educational values, 33; and folk music, 1; as identity marker, 15, 92; as immigrant instrument, 19, 43; invention of, 19–20; making of, 2–3, 6, 19–20; perceptions of, 2, 21, 30, 39–41, 56, 128, 137, 164–65, 211, 241, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 265, 303; playing techniques, 16n2, 48–49; 73, 76, 79–81, 90, 101, 121–22, 254–55, 260–65, 302, 312n33; popularity of, 21, 137, 180–82, 184–85; repertoire of, 137, 150–51, 165, 171, 181, 186, 187, 275; as singing voice, 122–23, 126, 184; as toy, 26, 27; as working-class instrument, 13, 19, 42–43, 90, 96, 138. See also specific types accordion bands, 157, 158, 163, 168, 169; and house parties, 144–46, 147, 148, 152 accordion brands: Baffetti, 100; Bell, 192; Beltrami , 100; Buson, 203, 221n12; Eagle, 72; Excelsior, 157, 166, 170; Gabbanelli, 100, 117, 118, 218; Giulietti, 157, 170; Guerrini, 157; Italo-American, 157, 167, 169, 170; Kannéguissert , 203, 221n12; Monarch, 51, 53, 54, 72; Pan American, 157; Saratov, 195n10; Scandally , 274; Soprani, 157, 170; Sterling, 51, 53, 54, 72; Stradella, 157; Superior, 169, 170. See also Hohner accordion clubs, 137, 163, 168 accordion cultures, 15, 301, 302 accordion festivals: Festival de Música Norteña (Colombia), 218; Festival Vallenato Valledupar , 210, 231n130; Tejano Conjunto Festival en San Antonio, 87, 91, 94, 96, 97, 98, 99; Tucson Waila Festival, 114, 116, 124, 127; Vallenato Legend Festival, 211 accordion industry, 159; and export, 206, 236; and industrialization, 7, 34; innovations in, 3; manufacturers, 157, 203, 236; and mass production , 23, 24 accordionists: Argentinian, 14; Brazilian, 15; Colombian , 199; Dominican, 14; European, 136; female, 16, 93–94, 126–28, 169–73, 241–42, 257; Jewish, 13, 192 accordion jokes, 8–9, 10–11, 22, 39–43, 297 accordion music, immigrant, ethnic, or workingclass expression, 8, 90, 96, 109, 137, 150, 173, 253–55 accordion revival, 9 accordion schools, 156, 157, 163, 168, 170, 171, 172, 301 Accordion Seminars, 297 acordeom. See piano accordion acordeón, 220n1. See also accordion Adorno, Theodor, 33 Index 324 advertising: in Brazil, 25; on posters, 92, 94–95; in the United States, 29, 48 aesthetics, 15, 28; and fare bella figura, 158, 159, 165; of sound, 41–42, 55, 95, 120, 183, 184, 251–52, 253, 256, 257, 264; and value, 2 Albuquerque Jr., Durval Muniz de, 283, 290, 293n49 Alfvén, Hugo, 137 Almeida, Santiago, 90 Alvarenga, Oneyda, 292n34 Álvarez, Fátima, 253, 266n6 Álvarez, Julia, 259 American popular culture: accordion revival, 9; rock ’n’ roll, 43 Amirális, Andónios, 183 Ancelet, Barry Jean, 48, 56, 61n2, 61n14, 84nn42–43 Andrade, Gilberto Osorio de, 293n59 Andrade, Mário de, 291n24, 292n34 Andrews, George, 234, 246n2 Antonín Hlaváek Company, 141 Anzaghi, Davide, 35n7 Äoline, 20; Hand-Äoline, 22 Archuleta, Margaret, 134n61 Ardoin, Amédé (also Amédée), 50, 72, 74 Aretz, Isabel, 228n93 Argentina, Buenos Aires, 233, 235, 243, 245 Atlas, Allan, 36n21, 223n25 Attali, Jacques, 266n4 avant-garde music scene, Ayala, Giovanny, 218 Ayala, Ramón, 106, 107 Azzi, María Susana, 14, 246n15, 246n17, 248n31, 248n34, 305, 312n35 Babineaux, Sidney, 75–76, 79 Badde, Paul, 248n48 bagpipe, Italian zampogna, 21 baião. See forró baile de negros. See tango bajo sexto, 87, 90, 91, 92, 96, 104, 105 Bakhtin, Mikhail, 296, 309, 311n5 Baldoni, Ivo, 175n10 Band, Heinrich, 24, 236 bandoneón, 7, 24, 237, 247n18, 304, 315 Bandonion (bandonión), 14, 141, 205, 236; clubs, 247n19; definition of, 315 Barletta, Alejandro, 241 Baroja, Pio, 221n9 Barthes, Roland, 309, 311n9 Batista Matos, Carlos, 266n1 bayan, 181, 186, 214, 316 Bayzler, Ben, 193 Beckerman, Sammy, 188 bellows, 3, 4, 7; handling of, 73 Berger, Harris, 174n1 Berghoff, Hartmut, 38n42 Berio, Luciano, 301 Berlioz, Héctor, 22, 36n17 Bermúdez, Egberto, 14, 220n3, 223n26, 225n45, 230n120, 230–31nn124–25 Bernard, Shane, 64n58 Bernardo, Paquita, 241 Billard, François, 17n10, 224n37 Billipp, Jim, 216, 230n120 Binder, David, 311n25 bi-sonor, 3; definition of, 317 Biviano, Joe, 169, 171–72 black Creoles. See Creoles blues, 5, 56, 71, 73, 74, 101 Bohlman, Philip, 19, 30, 35 Boulanger, Nadia, 242, 243 Boym...


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