Keyboard layouts of extended diatonic accordions - two and a half rows.

The arrangement of notes on the extra row is the key to the strength and weaknesses of the resulting layout. Some try to strengthen and optimise the home keys of the diatonic rows, perhaps by making them availabe in both directions of the bellows, for example. Others look to extend the chromatic range through more than one octave, or optimise playing outside the home keys. More info.

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G/C +5 Full LayoutDrawing of the keyboard layout for G/C +5 extended diatonic accordion - left and right hands. PushDrawing of the push notes of the keyboard layout for G/C +5 extended diatonic accordion - left and right hands. DrawDrawing of the draw notes of the keyboard layout for G/C +5 extended diatonic accordion - left and right hands.