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Tam kjer je naš dom (V. & S. Avsenik) – tutorial with sheet music and accompaniment

Instrumental waltz ‘Tam kjer je naš dom’/’Dort wo unsere heimat ist’ (Where our home is) by Vilko and Slavko Avsenik.

Click here to pay what you want for the full tutorial video, accompaniment track in F, and sheet music in F and F# (original key) on BuyMeACoffee.

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In deinen augen (F. Arh) – tutorial with sheet music and accompaniment

Instrumental waltz ‘In deinen augen’ by Slovenian accordionist Franc Arh (Lechtaler Buam).

Click here to pay what you want for the full tutorial video, accompaniment track in Db, and sheet music in Db and D on BuyMeACoffee.

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Cvetoči lokvanj/Seerosen-Walzer (V. & S. Avsenik) – tutorial with sheet music and accompaniment

‘Cvetoči lokvanj’ (German: Seerosen-Walzer) by Vilko & Slavko Avsenik from Slovenia.

Click here to download free PDF.
Click here to learn with guided sheet music at your own pace on Musescore.
Click here for accompaniment audio (bass and guitar).

Matjakova polka (Ansambel Tomaža Rota) – sheet music

Instrumental polka ‘Matjakova polka’ by Tomaž Rot (Ansambel Tomaža Rota) from Slovenia.

Click here to download free PDF.

Click here to learn with guided sheet music at your own pace on Musescore.

Original recording by Ansambel Tomaža Rota:

Slovenska polka (A. Blumauer) – sheet music

Instrumental polka ‘Slovenska polka’ by Andrej Blumauer (1932-2013) from Slovenia. This arrangement for the accordion is inspired by Jože Galič from Slovenia’s arrangement for Ansambel Slovenija (melody was played on harmonica by Galič) recorded in the 1980s. I’ve written up arrangements in the original key (Db) and in a less challenging key (C).

Click here to download free PDF (in Db).
Click here to download free PDF (in C)

Click here to learn with guided sheet music at your own pace on Musescore.

Ansambel Slovenija with main melody played on harmonica:

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