#1
How do you play bass and treble cleff parts like on a paino or accordion? I cant get it figured out on an accordion. Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#2
I could tell you for piano or something, but I'm sorry, I don't have any clue how to play accordion.
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On an accordian, no clue. On a piano you play Bass with your left hand and treble with your right.
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#6
I don't think you can. The accordion only has two octaves I believe.

On the piano, your left hand plays the bass clef and your right hand plays the treble.
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#8
on an accordion your left hand plays the bass/chord buttons. then your right hand plays the keyboard.
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on an accordion your left hand plays the bass/chord buttons. then your right hand plays the keyboard.

I thought the buttons changed the tones or let the air out. I wasn't aware they were chords.
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Okay I realized you were asking a different kind of how. The trick is to separate your hands. Practice one at a time, then slowly integrate them.
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