Mi se imamo radi & Jaz pa ti pa židana marela (Slovenian folk songs) [Free sheet music]

This is a combination of 2 Slovenian folk songs which are performed as polkas, and this specific medley was performed by Alpski Kvintet (Alpenoberkrainer) on their “Schöne Urlaubszeit” album released in the 1970s, where it was titled “Gute freunde”. In the 1960s a similar medley with more folk songs was recorded by the Avsenik Brothers […]

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Rdeči cvet – La colpa fu (E. Sciorilli) [Sheet music]

“Rdeči cvet” (Red flower) or “La colpa fu” (The fault was…) is the signature song of one of Slovenia’s oldest popular-folk ensembles, Beneški fantje, who celebrated 70 years of continuous activity in 2022. This ensemble’s name, which translates to Venetian Boys, (not relating to Venice), refers to a region of Northeastern Italy called “Beneška Slovenija”

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Večeras je naša fešta (T. Ivčić) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video]

“Večeras je naša fešta” is an upbeat song by Croatian pop singer Tomislav Ivčić from the 1980s, which translates to “Tonight is our party”. It has become somewhat of a folk song as well as an unofficial anthem of the Croatian region of Dalmatia, often sung when a Dalmatian sports team wins an important game.

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Kaj mi nuca planinca (Slovenian folk song) [Sheet music]

This is a Slovenian folk song which is played as an upbeat polka, which roughly translates to “What can I do if I can’t get to the mountain, what can I do if I can’t get to my girl” (based on its lyrics rather than the title alone, for better context). Avsenik’s recording was one

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Kam le čas beži (F. Šegovc) [Sheet music] [Tutorial]

This is one of the most popular songs by Štirje kovači, who are the oldest active Slovenian popular-folk (Oberkrainer) ensemble. All of their songs were written by Franc Šegovc, their leader and founder. The name of this song means ‘Where does the time go?’. Tutorial preview: ‘Learn to play’ package:📝 Sheet music pdf (E♭) +

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Kol’kor kaplic tol’ko let (Slovenian drinking toast) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video]

“Kol’kor kaplic tol’ko let” is a traditional Slovenian drinking toast, which is often sung at parties, festivals, gigs, and so on. It translates roughly to “as many drops as years”, as to say “let us be blessed with as many years as there are drops in this glass”. Learn to play: 📝 Sheet music pdf

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