Slovenian-Australian accordionist

Phillip Nadvesnik

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Zemlja Domača (F. Šegovc) [Sheet music]

This is another beautiful song by Franc Šegovc (Štirje Kovači) from their LP “Zdaj pa vem” from 1982. Štirje Kovači (Four Blacksmiths) recently entered the Guinness Book of Records for being the longest active Narodnozabavna (Slovenian popular-folk, Oberkrainer) ensemble in the world (67 years to date).

Mladost je kot veter – Vergangene zeiten (I. Brüggemann) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video]

Another popular Oberkrainer waltz from around the 1980s by Inge (Ingrid) Brüggemann from Austria (credited on some records with her pseudonym Janez Rakovec), recorded by Slovenski muzikantje/Oberkrainer Sextett from Slovenia and Zillertaler Schürzenjäger from Austria among other groups. The Slovenian title “Mladost je kot veter” translates to “Youth is like the wind”, and the German title “Vergangene zeiten” translates to “Past times”.

Preview:

‘Learn to play’ package:

📝 Sheet music pdf (E♭)
📹 Slow tutorial video (E♭)

Sheet music:

Slovenski muzikantje/Oberkrainer Sextett with Inge Brüggemann (credited in this video as J. Rakovec) and Edvin Fliser

Trije godci (R. Bardorfer) [Sheet music] [Handwritten scan]

Janez Goršič (Ansambel Rudija Bardorferja, Dobri Znanci, Ansambel Janeza Goršiča) from Slovenia was the final accordionist with Ansambel Rudija Bardorferja, after Rudi Bardorfer was exiled to Switzerland, and joined their album “Rodni Kraj” in 1973.

Janez was very kind to send me some scans of Bardorfer’s rare handwritten sheet music, and it is his wish to be shared with a wider community to enjoy.

This is a polka that I have never heard on any recording of Rudi Bardorfer’s ensemble, and am pleased to share with you Janez’s scan of this handwritten sheet. The title “Trije godci” translates to “Three musicians”.

Deklica – Wenn du meinst (B. Kovačič) [Sheet music]

A waltz by Boris Kovačič which appeared on a Ansambel Borisa Kovačiča album in 1964 then later on albums by Oberkrainer Sextett Janez Kalšek sung by Danica Filiplič (who earlier sang with Kvintet Avsenik).

Sheet music:

📝 Sheet music pdf (A♭)

📝 Sheet music pdf (G)

Solo arrangement for accordion
Oberkrainer Sextett Janez Kalšek and Danica Filiplič
Ansambel Borisa Kovačiča

Spet v Mengšu – Harmonikafreude (J. Burnik) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video]

This is a fun song by Jože Burnik (Slovenia) from around the 1980s which he recorded with Heimatlandecho (Austria). It particularly stands out as the original recording features 3 accordions. The Slovenian title translates to “Again in Mengeš” (name of a Slovenian town) and the German title translates to “Accordion joy”.

Preview:

‘Learn to play’ package:

📝 Sheet music pdf (E♭)
📹 Slow tutorial video (E♭)

Sheet music:

Solo arrangement
Jože Burnik with Heimatlandecho and 3 accordions

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