How to Pronounce musette?

Correct pronunciation for the word "musette" is [mjuːsˈɛt], [mjuːsˈɛt], [m_j_uː_s_ˈɛ_t].

"Musette" in context

A musette is a type of small accordion. It was originally used in French folk music, but its sound has been appropriated in numerous musical genres from French waltzes to Classical, Folk, Jazz and Latin. Musette is now most commonly seen in the hand of urban street performers.

Musette typically has a deep, reedy tone. The instrument has three diatonic basses, is usually held with the treble on the left and the bass on the right, and unlike regular accordions, Musette has both a melody and a bass.

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