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Phillip Nadvesnik

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Proti Kopru – Nach Koper (V. Muženič) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video]

This polka by Vito Muženič (Dobri Znanci, Ansambel Vita Muženiča, and clarinet player in Avsenik’s early 90s studio ensemble) translates to ‘To Koper’ (Koper is a port city in Slovenia, and its Italian name is Capodistria).

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‘Learn to play’ package:

📝 Sheet music pdf (C) + 📹 slow tutorial video (C)

Sheet music only:

📝 Sheet music pdf (C)

Ansambel Vita Muženiča

Rekel mi je (B. Kovačič) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video]

This is a great waltz by Boris Kovačič, which featured vocalist Stanka Kovačič, and translates to “He said to me”.

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📝 Sheet music pdf (F) + 📹 slow tutorial video (F)

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Cover with Jerry from Slovenia

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”.

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‘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

Auf der Riederalm (G. Schlatzer) [Sheet music] [Tutorial video]

An upbeat waltz by Günther Schlatzer from Grazer Spatzen, a popular Oberkrainer band from Austria whose career spanned from 1983 to 2018.

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‘Learn to play’ package:

📝 Sheet music pdf (F)
📹 Slow tutorial video (F)

Sheet music:

Original by ‘Grazer Spatzen’

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”.

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‘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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