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Probably alteration of melodium from melody
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From French mélodium, with change of ending.
From melo- + odeon.
His mother and father sang and they and his three brothers and two sisters all at some time played melodeon.
This is usually played on fiddle, guitar and a single row melodeon.
Unlike many other cultural dances, sean nós dancing didn't have stories or religious significance, but were more devoted to collaboration with the musician playing an instrument such as the melodeon.
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