Chemnitzer

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List Of Sixteen Horsepower Band Members
... Edwards - lead vocals, guitar, banjo, Chemnitzer concertina, hurdy gurdy, lap steel, bandoneon Jean-Yves Tola - drums, vocals Pascal Humbert - bass, vocals (1993-1996) David Eugene ...
Chemnitzer Concertina - Types
... Band and Scheffler, or their city of origin, as with the Carlsfelder and Chemnitzer systems ... Strictly speaking, the Chemnitzer layout is one of 38, 39, 51 or 52 buttons, or one of the American expanded versions of the 52-button system ... Especially in English-speaking countries, the term Chemnitzer is frequently applied to any of the square German concertinas that are not Bandonions ...
Types (Systems) - German Type - Chemnitzer Concertina
... the term "concertina" often refers to the Chemnitzer concertina ... Chemnitzer Concertinas are bisonoric (see above) and are closely related to the bandoneón, but with a somewhat different keyboard layout and decorative style, with some ...
Chemnitzer FC - History
... The club was initially formed by students from Mittweida as Chemnitzer SC Britannia on 2 December 1899 ... club became a founding member of the Verband Chemnitzer Fußball-Vereine (VCFV) ... Until 1933, Chemnitzer BC were a strong side of the VMBV leagues ...
Chemnitzer BC
... Chemnitzer BC was a German association football club playing in Chemnitz, Saxony ... The club was established 2 December 1899 as Chemnitzer Sportclub Britannia and was a founding member of the German Football Association (Deutscher Fußball Bund or German ...