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Accordion (Garmon) - Various - Russian Folk Songs (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ Accordion (Garmon) - Various - Russian Folk Songs (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Murg
    This is Russian garmon Vesna 2 for any advanced, professional users, for concerts and shows of any kind. This is very nice model among Russian harmonicas. It has 2 treble switches. This garmon has very beautiful and powerful sound! You have a great chance to buy original garmon for a really good price!
  2. Feramar
    Free Sheet Music for Accordion If you're looking for free sheet music for accordion then you should check out this website with more then free scores for accordion: waltzes, polkas, tangos, cha-chas, boleros, mazurkas, ballads and many more (baion, beguine, bossa-nova, etc.).
  3. Dora
    of Free Traditional Accordion Sheet Music (search within these results) Type Artist Title Popularity Date. Traditional Music. Silent Night Vol. 1, Medium High (Book/CD) (11 Folk Songs Arranged for Solo Voice and Piano For Recitals, Concerts and Contests). Edited by Jay Althouse. For medium high voice solo and piano.
  4. Sak
    Sep 07,  · Armed with an apparent tormented-childhood’s worth of accordion lessons, Weird Al lampoons 13 songs in one in the innately over-the-top style of polka. Being an album from the faraway year of , he targets ‘ angry white boys’ from acts as regrettable and/or genetically-dissimilar as Papa Roach, System of the Down, the White Stripes.
  5. Kazragar
    Rod Smith's Traditional Music Library is a large collection of sheet music .gifs) and MIDI files for traditional tunes and songs: Bluegrass and old-time, folk revival songs, Scottish and Irish tunes and songs, bawdy songs, pub session tunes, etc. It also contains O'Neills Dance music of Ireland (+) tunes in Noteworthy Composer format.
  6. Gugrel
    Bayan - Russian button accordion - баян The bayan is a type of chromatic button accordion developed in Russia in the early 20th century. It was in Petersburg from the 's to the 's where Kratzenstein, Kirsnik, and Vogler were inspired to build the first free-reed instruments.
  7. Merr
    The sound of garmon is ringing and cheerful which is a special feature for the folklore instrument. This garmon has a very beautiful, rich treble sound and deep and powerful bass sound! This excellent Russian garmon is fit for playing music of different genres, it has high quality characteristics and perfect design with folk style artistic.
  8. Tekora
    Russian Folktunes These treble clef tunes are suitable for fiddle, flute, trumpet, clarinet, or any other treble solo instrument. "Session" tunes are dance tunes; commonly, two or three tunes are linked in sequence, one after the other.

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