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Na brniku – Hansi polka (B. Prešeren) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video] [Play-along audio] [Play-along video]

This is an underrated/underplayed song from Alpski Kvintet/Alpenoberkrainer album “Trachtenfest” (German market) and “Pozimi Na Bledu” (Slovenian market, 1982) which is very fun and unique. It was written by trumpet player Ivan Prešeren’s brother, Brane Prešeren. The original recording was played in F#, but for ease of learning I’ve made the learning material in F (which also sounds good).

Preview:

‘Learn to play’ includes:
– Sheet music pdf in F
– Accompaniment track in F
– Slow tutorial video in F
– Play-along video in F

Original recording

Gremo na Dobrčo – Danke für die Gastfreundschaft (V. & S. Avsenik) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video] [Play-along audio] [Play-along video]

This is a relatively late Avsenik composition from the early 1990s, recorded by Avsenik’s studio ensemble. The Slovenian title translates to “Let’s go to Dobrča”, German title translates to “Thanks for the hospitality”.

Preview:

Learn to play’ includes:
– Sheet music pdf in C
– Accompaniment track in C
– Slow tutorial video in C
– Scrolling sheet music video with accompaniment in C

Original quintett recording

Ko se začne pomlad – Wenn der Frühling beginnt [Sheet music]

I came up with this song in the first weeks of spring this year and it translates to “When spring begins”. Hopefully none of it comes from any existing song that I’ve heard before. I hope I might come up with more in the future, as it’s a very interesting and new experience.

This song is suitable for intermediate levels. If anyone happens to learn it, I’d love to hear it! 😍

Zapleši z mano – Ich denk an dich (D. Novato) [Sheet music]

This is one among the many pretty waltzes written by Denis Novato, Slovenian-Italian world-champion on the diatonic button accordion, his album “Gruß aus Triest”. The Slovenian title translates to “Dance with me” and the German title translates to “I am thinking of you”.

Kjer slap šumi (B. Kovačič) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video] [Play-along audio] [Play-along video]

Boris Kovačič wrote countless unique songs that were recorded by Ansambel Borisa Kovačiča along with his wife, iconic singer Stanka Kovačič and son Matej Kovačič from the 1960s through to the 1980s. This waltz translates to “Where the waterfall rustles” and was recorded by Ansambel Borisa Kovačiča with son Matej on accordion in the 1980s one of their last albums “S Polko In Valčkom Po Sloveniji”.

Preview:

Learn to play’ includes:
– Sheet music pdf in F
– Accompaniment track in F
– Slow tutorial video in F
– Scrolling sheet music video with accompaniment in F

Original quintett recording
Solo accordion version

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