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The Saratovskaya Garmonika (Саратовская Гармоника) is named after the Russian city of Saratov, and is a one-row diatonic button accordion similar to the melodeon, except that it is arranged to have the tonic major on the draw of the bellows, and the dominant on the press. Also, there is an additional centerbass button producing a drone of the dominant tone. The other bass function similarly to those on a melodeon, but they are linked to hammers which ring bells for accompaniment. It has a bright, powerful tone with reeds similar in style to other Russian instruments.
- "У кого Милёнок Витя?" (Whose sweetheart is Vitya?) by the group Ural'skaya Garmon (Audio) from the Chelyabinsk Accordion Center (Russian)
- Ensemble of Folk Music and Dance "Скоморочи" (Jesters), St. Petersburg, Russia (skomorokhi . narod . ru/eng/) A defect in Wikia' spam filtering prevents this from being inserted as a live link.
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