This is a popular Blasmusik song from the early 2010s by Mathias Rausch which translates to “Bohemian Love”. It is a very calm, lovely polka which is played around 110-115 bpm by brass music bands but faster by ‘echte Volksmusik’ (authentic Volksmusik) and Oberkrainer bands.
Learn to play includes: – Sheet music pdf (Eb) – Accompaniment/playback mp3 (Eb) – Slow tutorial video (Eb) – Play-along video (Eb)
This is a popular Austrian traditional polka of origins unknown. It is was commonly played on violin before being adapted by one of the most popular folk-pop or Volksmusik bands from Austria, Zillertaler Schürzenjäger. Now it is also commonly played on accordion and steirische hamronika.
First now I’ve created learning material in the key of Bb (same as the Zillertaler Schürzenjäger version), but if some of you would like a version in F or G, let me know, and after a few of you ask of it, I will create it.
Learn to play includes: – Sheet music pdf (Bb) – Accompaniment/playback mp3 (Bb) – Slow tutorial video (Bb) – Play-along video (Bb)
This is a popular polka from the 1980s by Hubert Mayer from the successful Austrian band “Die Fidelen Mölltaler”. “Wir grüßen euch” translates to “We greet you” and was used as the band’s introductory song at their concerts. It features a great accordion solo followed by a lyric section.
‘Learn to play’ includes: – Sheet music pdf (D) – Accompaniment/playback mp3 (D) – Slow tutorial video (D) – Play-along video (D)
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).
‘Learn to play’ includes: – Sheet music pdf in F – Accompaniment track in F – Slow tutorial video in F – Play-along video in F