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Rale-pousse

The ralé-poussé is a diatonic accordion played on the island of Réunion in the southwest Indian Ocean.[1]:126 It is played in the Creole music of the 20th century.

The name refers to the "push-pull" motion of diatonic playing, which distinguishes the instrument's playing style as it rhythmically swaps between the "push" set of notes and "pull" set of notes.[1]:128

References

  1. ^ a b Jean-Pierre La Selve (1995). Musiques traditionnelles de la Réunion. Azalées éditions. L'accordéon diatonique dit ralé-poussé par référence à l'obligation de tirer (râler) sur le soufflet pour produire certaines notes et de pousser pour les autres, râle le coeur, ou teint la lampe eu égard à la fatigue que son maniement entraînerai 

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