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Desc:One of the most appropriate uses of the 'white people' tag I have ever seen
Category:Classic TV Clips, Arts
Tags:, popcorn, accordion, white people, gums
Submitted:gravelstudios
Date:02/24/16
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chumbucket
Once again convincing me that accordion playing is some strange button-pressing magic.
EvilHomer
No, it's air-flow. The bellows force air through a series of valved reed blocks, which in turn are controlled via the external buttons and keys. Opening different valves allows air to escape through the reeds, producing sound. That's really all accordion players are doing; no magic is involved!

chumbucket
Thanks. But when I say magic I guess I'm not referring to the technology that makes this thing make sound but the actual use of it to make sounds that sound like music. I can only imagine first lessons on this thing sound like the deaths of a herd of cattle.

gravelstudios
As a (former) accordion player, I can confirm that somehow, both of you are simultaneously correct. Herd of dying cattle doesn't even begin to do it justice.

yogarfield
I will never understand this song.

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=145028
scrungus
pretty good snare drum sound from that thing
Binro the Heretic
Ugh, that fucking song.

In elementary school, they used to play this while they forced us to play Musical Chairs.
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