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Scandinavian Tunes for Two Soprano Recorders

This collection features 40 traditional tunes from Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. It includes mazurkas, polkas, polskas, waltzes, etc.Caution: Polkas and Polskas are NOT the same thing. Polkas are in 2/4 and tend to be upbeat for dancing the polka. Polskas are in 3/4, and are usually danced a bit slower. They like to be taken seriously.

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Book: $15.00

Tunes in this Collection...
Danish
“Forkert Vals”, “Hornpfeifen”, “Jysk Fynsk”, “Molbrok”, “Pindsvine Reinlander”, “Simon Kils Vals”, “Skomagerdansen”, “Thorvald Hansens Vals”, “Tripmazurka”, “Vals From Agerkrog”
Finnish
“Ellin Polka”, “Finnish Polska”, “Heili Karjalasta Humppa”, “Jeppolat”, “Lampaan Polska”, “Mansikka”, “Menuett from Tjock”, “Metsakukkia”, “Uljas Polska Fran Vardo”, “Vals Fran Jeppo”
Norwegian
“Elverumspols fra Folldal”, “Finn Jenta”, “Gammalvals”, “Hoppvals fra Feragen”, “Mazurka fra Gudbrandsdal”, “Norwegian Waltz”, “Pindsvine Reinla╠łnder”, “Skotsk”, “Stusle Sondags Kvaellen Eingaang for Me Va”, “Vals fra Setesdalen”
Swedish
“Appelbo Ganglat”, “Boda Valsen”, “In a Green Meadow”, “Long Dance”, “Polka, from Ratan”, “Polska in A”, “Polska in Dm”, “Sjijnmyra Valsen”, “Spel-Borgens Polska”, “Supen”

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