The bandoneon (in Spanish: bandoneón) is a type of concertina particularly popular in Argentina, Uruguay and Lithuania. It is an essential instrument in most tango ensembles from the traditional orquesta típica of the 1910s onwards, and in folk music ensembles of Lithuania. The bandoneon, so named by the German instrument dealer, Heinrich Band (1821–1860), was originally intended as an instrument for religious and popular music of the day, in contrast to its predecessor, the German concertina (or Konzertina), considered to be a folk instrument by some modern authors. German sailors and Italian seasonal workers and emigrants brought the instrument with them to Argentina in the late 19th century, where it was incorporated into the local music, such as tango...
- bandoneon, made in Italy, chromatic or diatonic system
Bandoneon Hamelina B-52
- Bandoneon, made in Italy, chromatic or diatonic system. 52 Buttons, 104 voices, bellow with 18 folds and two central frames. Black or white finishing colour.
Bandoneon Hamelina B-75
- Bandoneon, made in Italy, chromatic system. 75 Buttons, 150 voices, bellow with 18 folds and two central frames. Finishing colour: white or black. All systems available.