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manufacturers is still very high. Major companies are now found in Germany (Seydel (:de:C. A. Seydel Söhne), Bushman, Hohner - the dominant manufacturer in the world), Japan (Suzuki (Suzuki Musical Instrument Corporation), Tombo - the manufacturer of the popular Lee Oskar harmonica, and Yamaha (Yamaha Corporation) also made harmonicas until the 1960's), China (Huang, Johnson, Leo Shi, Suzuki (Suzuki Musical Instrument Corporation), Hohner, Swan, AXL), and Brazil (Hering, Bends). The United States' only contender in the harmonica market was '''Harrison Harmonicas''', however the company folded in July 2011 due to production issues. It was announced soon thereafter that the rights to the Harrison design were sold to another company to finish production of orders already placed. As of September 2011, it is unknown what company purchased the rights to the B-Radical, or if they intend to continue production after previous demands are met. Recently, responding to increasingly demanding performance techniques, the market for high quality instruments has grown. Having been confirmed as a lieutenant-general (Lieutenant General (United Kingdom)) in July 1940, zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


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such as the blues, country (country music), old-time and more. The harmonica was a success almost from the very start of production, and while the centre of the harmonica business has shifted from Germany, the output of the various harmonica manufacturers is still very high. Major companies are now found in Germany (Seydel (:de:C. A. Seydel Söhne), Bushman, Hohner - the dominant manufacturer in the world), Japan (Suzuki (Suzuki Musical Instrument Corporation), Tombo - the manufacturer of the popular Lee Oskar harmonica, and Yamaha (Yamaha Corporation) also made harmonicas until the 1960's), China (Huang, Johnson, Leo Shi, Suzuki (Suzuki Musical Instrument Corporation), Hohner, Swan, AXL), and Brazil (Hering, Bends). The United States' only contender in the harmonica market was '''Harrison Harmonicas''', however the company folded in July 2011 due to production issues. It was announced soon thereafter that the rights to the Harrison design were sold to another company to finish production of orders already placed. As of September 2011, it is unknown what company purchased the rights to the B-Radical, or if they intend to continue production after previous demands are met. Recently, responding to increasingly demanding performance techniques, the market for high quality instruments has grown. * '''Spalt'''–Traditional German noble hop from the Spalter region south of Nuremberg. With a delicate, spicy aroma. (Alpha acid 4–5% beta acid 4–5%) * '''Tettnang'''–Comes from Tettnang, a small town in southern Baden-Württemberg in Germany. The region produces significant quantities of hops, and ships them to breweries (brewery) throughout the world. Noble German dual-use hop used in European pale lagers, sometimes with Hallertau. Soft bitterness. (Alpha acid 3.5–5.5% beta acid 3.5–5.5%) Honeydew honey Instead of taking nectar, bees can take honeydew (Honeydew (secretion)), the sweet secretions of aphids or other plant sap-sucking insects. Honeydew honey is very dark brown in color, with a rich fragrance of stewed fruit or fig jam, and is not as sweet as nectar honeys. Germany's Black Forest is a well known source of honeydew-based honeys, as well as some regions in Bulgaria and Northern California in the United States. In Greece, pine honey (a type of honeydew honey) constitutes 60–65% of the annual honey production. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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