Accordion players Jo Brunenberg - Huib Holzken.
Polka accordion music. Accordeonmuziek - Akordeon Muzyka - Akkordeonmusik - Harmonika instrumental - Acordeon musica - Accordeon duo. Accordion boyz. Accordion song. Polski akordeon. Duet akordeonowy - Accordion duo Yo & Yib. (Accordion players Jo Brunenberg & Huib Hölzken). Баян дуэт. баян полька. Muzyka akordeon.. La tiritera - Polka. This movie is on the website "Best accordion videos": http://accordionvideos.info Acordeon instrumentala.
"Let's dance the Polka" from Palmer-Hughes book
Played on Fisart & Vignoni and Victoria piano accordions. Netherlands August 23, 2010
THE ACCORDEON / ACCORDION CHANNEL
Polka Accordion Dance - Oktoberfest Polka Power - Accordion Music - akordeonowe - accordeonmuziek - Accordeon duo - Akkordeon - musique a l'accordeón populaire - acordió - أكورديون - harmonikka - ακορντεόν - ધમણવાળું વાદ્ય - cairdín - harmónikku - 아코디언 - akordeonas - Acordeones - tocando el acordeon - хармоника - 手風琴演奏 - アコーディオン - ակորդեոն - аккордеон польку - баяне музыка - Akkordeon Musik- acordeón música - musica fisarmonica - polka musette - FISARMONICA IMPAZZITA - fisarmoniche - fizarmonikë - música acordeão - haitarimusiikista - hanurimusiikista - harmonika - harmonika zene - bayan - dragspelsmusik - dragspel trekkspillmusikk - trekkspill - haitarimusiikkia - бая́н - akordeony - akordeonie - Accordeonist- Accordionist - accordeonfestival - Accordion power players - acordeonista - ACORDEONEROS - аккордеонист - Funny Amazing Accordion Song - Bayerisch - аккор- деон дуэт - akordeon müziği - Accordion duo - Accordeonduo - Akkordeonduo - duet - аккордеона дуэт - meneer Holzken - Nederland - Limburg - Limex Center Wiegers
Bayrische, Egerländer, Tiroler and Bohemian polkas are famous in south Germany, Austria, Poland and Tsjechoslowakia. Also in the USA the polka is popular with composers Frankie Yankovic. Amazing Accordion duet Jo & Huib
Duo de acordeon
Fisart & Vignoni Accordion
LIMEX Accordeon Akkordeon Microphone Sound System
The polka is a lively Central European dance and also a genre of dance music familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in the Czech lands derived from the sounds of traditional farm equipment and is still a common genre in Lithuanian, Czech, Croatian, Slovenian, Polish, German, Hungarian, Austrian, Italian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Russian, and Slovakian folk music. Versions are also found in the Nordic countries, the British Isles, The United States, and Latin America, especially Mexico.
In light classical music, many polkas were composed by both Johann Strauss I and his son Johann Strauss II; a couple of well-known ones were composed by Bedřich Smetana, and Jaromír Vejvoda, the author of "Škoda lásky" ("Roll Out the Barrel").
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Polka is a type of dance, and also a genre of dance music. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia, and is still a common genre of Czech, Polish and Slovenian folk music; it is common both in Europe and in the Americas. In classical music, many polkas were composed by both Johann Strauss I and his son Johann Strauss II; a couple of well-known ones were composed by Bedřich Smetana and Jaromír Vejvoda, the author of Škoda lásky ("Roll Out the Barrel").
The name comes from German word Polka, meaning "Bohemian Dance" which comes from the Czech word polka, also meaning "Bohemian dance", which itself is lent from the Polish polka, literally meaning "Polish woman", fem. of Polak. The word may also be an German-originating alteration of Czech pulka, meaning "half." Due to its name it is often mistakenly attributed to Poland. It should also not be confused with the polska, a Swedish 3/4-beat (help·info) dance with Polish roots; cf. polka-mazurka. A related dance is the redowa. Polkas have a 4/4 time signature.
Some famous polkas are:
Bayerisch Kraut Polka
Beer Barrel Polka
La Trittera Polka
La Motozappa Polka
Bayrische and Böhmische polka are famous in south Germany and Tsjechoslowakia.
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