Accordion Fingering Chart (bass)

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I finally found an accordion fingering chart. See it here:
http://www.accordionlinks.com/play.html (Under; “The Bass”> “Layout”)

I also found this on that same page:

“If your accordion has more bass buttons, 80, 96 or 120, then see Hans Palm’s Stradella basses layout page; the extra columns are simply copies of columns that are there already: e.g. the next column on the right would be the C sharp column. But that is simply D flat under a different name. (an 80 bass accordion does not have the diminished row)”
From “Accordion Links — How To Play”
http://www.accordionlinks.com/play.html

Please visit their website, it looks like it has many useful resources.
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Additional: Wikipedia.org has a nice layout chart that is quite easy to read as well, visit it here (click the image to enlarge).

A 120-button Stradella bass layout chart. Rast...

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November 2009: This page becomes most popular, most requested page on ZylstraBlog.

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Hey! My name is Jesse Zylstra, and I am the administrator of this website. I like to write about free software and programs, online web applications, and new technology -- especially open-source. I also like to write about music related things. In the past, I studied network administration. Currently I am working toward a B.S. in Music Theory at the University of Idaho.
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4 Responses to Accordion Fingering Chart (bass)

  1. Pam says:

    Thanks, I'd been looking for that map for *ages*!

    • I was shocked at how difficult it was to actually find an accordion fingering chart. I figured the least I could do would be to provide link support to the only website I could find that had a decent one.
      Oh, fun way to remember the layout:
      It’s the circle of fifths.
      You can remember that by:
      FCGDAEB
      Fred Can Go Down An Escalator Backwards
      or
      BEADGCF
      Bead, Greatest Common Factor.

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