Us alte Zyte, Polka Handorgel und Schwyzerörgeli Duo Kurt Beer - Walter Dänzer, Jodelduett Walter und Martha Burri - Stöcklimusig (LP, Album).
The Schwyzerörgeli is a type of diatonic button accordion used in Swiss folk music. The name derives from the town/canton of Schwyz where it was developed. Oergeli is the diminutive form of the word Orgel (organ). Outside of Switzerland the instrument is not well known and hard to find. The accordion was brought to Switzerland in the 1830s, soon after its invention in Vienna
The Thun und Hohenstein family, also known as Thun-Hohenstein, belonged to the historical Bohemian and Austrian nobility. One branch of the family lived at Děčín (Tetschen), Bohemia, for more than 200 years. A feudal family originally from Ton, Trentino, formerly an Italian speaking part of Tyrol, today part of the Trentino province of Italy, the male line traces back to Manfreinus of Tunno in 1187.
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Schwyzerörgeli Duo RigiLuft; Live am Buure-Brunch heute Morgen. Allen Besucherinnen und Besucher ein herzliches Dankeschön. Schwyzerörgeli Duo RigiLuft; Live am Buure-Brunch heute Morgen.
Schwyzerörgeli-Duett Beni Böni & Köbi Züger.