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Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« on: June 19, 2015, 12:39:25 PM »

Varblomor, Boda Vals, Waltz Finlandia, Astrid Vals are the ones I am working on or know.

Any other pretty tunes to recommend? I find these tunes to be a lot of fun to play. Sad, like many French tunes.

Melodeons speak minor keys so well.

Is there one very popular one I'm missing? Varblomor & Astrid go well together, almost like variants.







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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2015, 12:50:47 PM »

A nice Finnish waltz

X:157
T:Emma
M:3/4
L:1/8
K:Em
B2 B cBA|G2 E2 G2|B2 B cBA|G2 E2 G2|
F4 G2|A2 G2 F2|E3 FGA|B6|
B2 B cBA|G2 E2 G2|B2 B cBA|G2 E2 G2|
F4 G2|A2 G2 F2|E3 F GF|E2-E2 c2||
e3 eee|e2 d2 c2|B3 c Bc|B2 A2 G2|
F4 G2|A2 G2 F2|E3 F GA|B2-B2 c2|
e3 eee|e2 d2 c2|B3 c Bc|B2 A2 G2|
F4 G2|A2 G2 F2|E3 F GF|E6||
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2015, 12:54:11 PM »

Thank you, I am familiar with the title.

Isn't this AKA Vals Finlandia?
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #3 on: June 19, 2015, 01:04:37 PM »

I'd suggest checking out Vicki Swann and Jonny Dyer's website and their Scandi publications.  Here's a link to their latest book, which has some lovely arrangements of (mainly Swedish) Scandinavian tunes, with CD too.  There's a huge wealth of knowledge in their books.

http://www.swan-dyer.co.uk/media/dots/scandinavian-fiddle-tunes/

They are also a lovely couple, give wonderful concerts and they hold regular Scandi sessions here in Essex at the Willows pub in Cressing.  Vicki teaches the nyckelharpa, but they are also very open to other musical instruments at their sessions.  I'm slowly working my way through the book - many are suitable for D/G/Acc boxes and many others after transposing, and I'm guessing G/C and C/F box players would also find much to entertain them.
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #4 on: June 19, 2015, 01:06:22 PM »

My personal favourite is "Der Stod en Jungfrau": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdUUi-A87-s.  A better version than mine is on the CD by Tim Van Eyken and Rob Harbron. 

Others that I play are:

Trollpolska (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyzopylT-Yg),
Grinds Hans Jässpödspolska (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgPOCvEFFpM)
Åre Polska (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NgJkWRD4Rw)
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #5 on: June 19, 2015, 01:08:08 PM »

I've been really enjoying Irish polkas lately. This one is called "The Finnish" but I'm not sure that it is Finnish. The link has a video of a group singing the tune in Finnish so maybe it is.

Another tune that I'm more certain actually comes from Finland is the Haudanmaan Hääpolksa

Also, here's another take on Emma's waltz that Lester posted (this one is a little faster and less waltz like)

I think this forum has a three link post limit so that's it for me for now.
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #6 on: June 19, 2015, 01:21:23 PM »

My personal favourite is "Der Stod en Jungfrau": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdUUi-A87-s.  A better version than mine is on the CD by Tim Van Eyken and Rob Harbron. 

Others that I play are:

Trollpolska (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyzopylT-Yg),
Grinds Hans Jässpödspolska (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgPOCvEFFpM)
Åre Polska (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NgJkWRD4Rw)
Do you have the sheet music to any of these? Keen to build my 'repertoire'.
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #7 on: June 19, 2015, 01:44:39 PM »

Trollpolska (http://abcnotation.com/tunePage?a=www.folkwiki.se/pub/cache/Trollpolska_efter_Einar_Britt_d72dcc/0001)
Grinds Hans Jässpödspolska (http://abcnotation.com/tunePage?a=www.folkwiki.se/pub/cache/Grinds_Hans_j%E4ssp%F4dspolska_efter_B%F6rjes_Olle_2968a2/0001)
Åre Polska (http://abcnotation.com/tunePage?a=www.folkwiki.se/pub/cache/_%C5repolska_1f300a/0001)

I think the notation is in a different key than the videos posted above and maybe some minor difference but I believe its the same basic structure.
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #8 on: June 19, 2015, 02:16:49 PM »

I think the attached are in suitable D/G keys
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #9 on: June 19, 2015, 02:26:05 PM »

A file of Finnish dances is attached as it is to large to fit in a post.

A file of Finnish Polkas:

Code: [Select]
X: 1
T: Katariina's polkka
R: polka
O: Richard Koski
B:
D: "Saturday Night Sauna" with the Crumtown Ramblers
Z: 1998 by John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
N:
M: 2/4
L: 1/16
K: Am
   "Am"e4 \
| "Dm"fedc BcBA | "E7"c2B2 B3E  |     c2B2 Bcdc | "Am"B2A2 A4 \
|     A2AB cBcd | "Dm"e2d2 d4   |     d3e  fefg | "Am"f2e2 e4 |
y8\
| "Dm"fedc BcBA | "E7"c2B2 B3E  |     c2B2 Bcdc | "Am"B2A2 A4 \
| "Dm"d2de fga2 | "Am"A2AB cde2 | "E7"E2E2 c2B2 | "Am"A2z2 :|
|:  "G7"G4 \
| "C"C2EG c2B2 |     A2G2 G4   |     C2EG c2B2 | "Dm"B2A2 F4 \
|  "G7"D2D2 G2G2 |     FEDE F2F2 |     D2D2 F2F2 |  "C"EDCD E2E2 |
y8\
|   "C"C2EG c2B2 |     A2G2 G4   |     C2EG c2B2 | "Dm"B2A2 F4 \
|  "Dm"d2de fga2 | "Am"A2AB cde2 | "E7"E2E2 c2B2 | "Am"A2z2 :|


X: 1
T: Kalle-enon polkka
R: polka
O:
B:
D:
Z: John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
N:
M: 2/4
L: 1/16
K: G
|: "G"d2B2 G2B2 | d2g2 fefg | "D7"agfe defg | "C"a2gf g2e2 \
|  "G"d2B2 G2B2 | d2g2 fefg | "D7"agfe d2ef | "G"g2b2 g2z2 :|
|: "G"d2de "(D)"d2de | "G"dcBA G2B2 | "D7"dcBA F2A2 | "G"dcBA B2GB \
|  "G"d2de "(D)"d2de | "G"dcBA G2B2 | "D7"d2d2 defg | "G"a2g2 g2z2 :|

X: 1
T: Rapupolkka
T: Crawdad polka
C: Otto Hotakainen
R: polka
B: Otto Hotakaisen Nuotikirja
%%slurgraces 1
M: 2/4
L: 1/16
K: G
|: "G"d^cd2 "C"=cBc2 | "G"~B2.G2 GDGB | "D"~A2.F2 FDFA | "G" BAGF "(D7)"GABc \
|  "G"d^cd2 "C"=cBc2 | "G"~B2.G2 G2B2 | "D" Adfe  dcBA | "G".G2B2     G4 :|
|: "G"B,2G,B, .D2B,D |     G2DG .B2GB | "D" d2Ad  AdcB | "C".d2c2 "Am"cBc2 \
|  "D"F2DF    .A2FA  |     c2Ac  f2ef |    .a2a2  agfe | "G" dcB2     BAG2 |
|  "G"B,2G,B, .D2B,D |     G2DG .B2GB | "D" d2Ad  AdcB | "C" d2c2 "Am"cBAB \
|  "D"cBAB     cdA2  | "G" BAGA  Bcd2 | "D" dAFA  dAFA | "G".G2B2     G4 :|

X: 1
T: Sauna-Matin polkka
O: Finland
R: polka
Z: 2009 John Chambers <jc:trillian.mit.edu>
S: printed MS of unknown origin, labelled "Kannonkoskelta. Soittanut Pekka Kinnunen."
M: 2/4
L: 1/16
K: G
|: "G"GABc d2g2 | bagf g2B2 \
|1,3 "D7"d2cB c2a2 | agfe dcBA \
:|2,4 "D7"d2cB cBAF | "(G)"A2G2 "G"G2z2 :|[K:D]
K: D
|: "G"b2g2 gfgb | "D"a2f2 fefa \
|1,3 "A7"g2e2 eceg | "D"f2d2 defg \
:|2,4 "A7"g2e2 ecef | "(D)"e2d2 "D"d2z2 :|[K:G=c]
K: G
|: "G"g2b2 bag2 | "C"c'6 c'2 \
|1,3 "D7"f2a2 a2f2 | "(G)"abaf "G"g2d2 \
:|2,4 "D7"f2a2 a2f2 | "(G)"abaf "G"g2z2 :|
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #10 on: June 19, 2015, 02:57:21 PM »

I like Har du fyr so much: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rck1uCW50uA. Don't know why, it just speaks to me. I have been waiting to catch up with a Norwegian in my neighbourhood here in TX so she can translate the lyrics for me but if someone can help me here that would be fantastic, I created an abc file to learn it but I believe it may be copyrighted so I am probably unable to share.

Here are the lyrics in Norwegian if some kind person can help with the translation, I tried Google but I don't think it did a very good job.

HAR DU FYR

ytterst i verden ytterst i vest. 
Kan hende du seile di skute.
kan hende du seile tilfeldig som gjest
kan hende du går dær i rute
uansett treng du et punkt som e fast
dær du frakte di skjøre last
det e nok at det står dær og brenn
en trofast gammel venn

har du fyr
har du løkte langs din vei
har du fyr
et signal om riktig lei
ei lampe som gløde i mørke
og lose dæ ut og frem
som tar dæ bort og hjemmefra
men også tar dæ hjem

vår herre han sa det da jorda vart te:
la det bli lys, og det ble det
så sette han sol og måne og stjerne opp sånn at vi kunne se det
men de som har glemte det i skapningens gry
og alle de som e dømt til og fly
på havet i vær og vind
når skodde og mørke sett inn

har du fyr
har du løkte langs din vei
har du fyr
et signal om riktig lei
ei lampe som gløde i mørke
og lose dæ ut og frem
som tar dæ bort og hjemmefra
men også tar dæ hjem

et landemerke før håp og drøm
helst sku vi la d bemanne
dær skarven flyr og dær seien svøm
ute på kanten av landet
et hus i havet som står han av
og gjør en seilar så glad så glad
og rope så sjøen skvett
æ vil bli sett

har du fyr
har du løkte langs din vei
har du fyr
et signal om riktig lei
ei lampe som gløde i mørke
og lose dæ ut og frem
som tar dæ bort og hjemmefra
men også tar dæ hjem
men også tar dæ hjem
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #11 on: June 19, 2015, 03:15:54 PM »

deltasalmon, on that great recording of Damien Mullane playing Emma, who's playing the bass??  It's clearly live, but there's no bass player to be seen!  I thought perhaps it was an electronic bass on either the box LH or the guitar bottom string, but the rhythm 's different for both of them.  Baffled.
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #12 on: June 19, 2015, 04:44:27 PM »

The biggest archive of Scandiwegian music is at http://spillefolk.dk/ .  (Not all that much Finnish/Estonian/Sami/Karelian, though).

Select "Nodesamling>Find noder".

It's superbly organized with a vast range of features, once you get the hang of it.
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #13 on: June 19, 2015, 05:54:56 PM »

deltasalmon, on that great recording of Damien Mullane playing Emma, who's playing the bass??  It's clearly live, but there's no bass player to be seen!  I thought perhaps it was an electronic bass on either the box LH or the guitar bottom string, but the rhythm 's different for both of them.  Baffled.

Good question. The typical threesome I see is Damien Mullane on the accordion, Donogh Hennessy on guitar and Trevor Hutchinson on the upright bass. This is Mike Galvin on guitar I believe and other comments I've seen on his playing ask where the bass player is.

https://thesession.org/recordings/3972
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« Reply #14 on: June 19, 2015, 06:05:02 PM »

Pete, that file of Finnish tunes is terrific.
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« Reply #15 on: June 19, 2015, 06:32:56 PM »

Thanks Jack, it is a good collection. I've just found this small collection of 'Finnish and Eastern European Tunes'

Code: [Select]
X:1
T:Finnish folk tune
C:anon.
O:Finland
B:Gustav Lange: Praktisk Violinskole, I. Del
Z:Transcribed by Frank Nordberg - http://www.musicaviva.com
F:http://abc.musicaviva.com/tunes/finland/finnish-folk-song.abc
M:2/4
L:1/8
Q:1/4=72
K:Em
B2BB|g2fe|e2ed|B2G2|A2AA|d2ed|A2cc|B2G2|B2BB|g2fe|e2ed|B2G2|BAGA|B4|BAFG|E3z|]
W:
W:
W:  From Musica Viva - http://www.musicaviva.com
W:  the Internet center for free sheet music downloads.



X:2
T:Finnish Polka , The
R:polka
M:2/4
L:1/8
K:Bm
B>B Bc | dB Bd | cA    Ac | d/c/B/A/ BF |
B>B Bc | dB B2 | ef/e/ dc | B2       B2 :|
f>d df | ec cd | ef/e/ dc | Bc       de |
f>d df | ec cd | ef/e/ dc | B2       B2 :|



X: 3
T: H\a\avalssi
T: Wedding waltz
O: trad Finland
Z: John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
B: Pelimannis\avelmi\a v.1, Pelimannikilta ry, (Fazer 1971)
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Dm
|: A,2 \
| "Dm"A,4D2 | F4A2 | d3^cde | d3^cde \
| "Gm"d4c2 | B3AG2 | "Dm"A6- | A2z2A,2 |
| "Dm"A,2D2E2 | F2E2D2 | A2G2F2 | "A7"e3d^ce \
| "Dm"a6 | "Gm"g2f z2d | "A7"e6- | e2z2A,2 |
| "Dm"A,4D2 | F4A2 | d3^cde | d3^cde \
| "Gm"d4c2 | B3AG2 | "Dm"A6- | A2z2a2 |
| "Gm"g6 | f4e2 | "A7"e3d^ce | "Dm"a6 \
| "Gm"g2f2d2 | "A7"A2=B2^c2 | "Dm"d6- | d2z2 :|
|: F2 \
| "F"F4A2 | A4c2 | c4f2 | "C7"e4c2 \
| e6 | d2c z2B | G6- | G3FED |
| "C7"C4E2 | E4G2 | "G7"G4F2 | E4D2 \
| "C"C2=B,2C2 | "Bb"^C2D2B,2 | "F"A,6- | A,2z2F2 |
| "F"F4A2 | A4c2 | c4f2 | "C7"e4c2 \
| e6 | d2c z2B | G6- | G3fed |
| "F"c4e2 | "G7"e4d2 | "C"c2=B2c2 | "F"a4f2 \
| "C7"c2=B2c2 | d2c z2a | "F"f6- | f2z2 :| [K:Am]
|: "E7"E2 \
| "Am"A6 | B4c2 | "Dm"d4-de | f6 \
| "Am"e6 | "E7"d2c2B2 | "Am"A6- | A2z2E2 |
| "Am"A6 | B4c2 | "Dm"d2f2a2 | c'4b2 \
| "G7"b2a2g2 | "Dm"f4d2 | "E7"e6- | e2z2E2 |
| "Am"A6 | B4c2 | "Dm"d4-de | f6 \
| "Am"e6 | "E7"d2c2B2 | "Am"A6- | A2z2a2 |
| "Am"a3bc'2 | "B7"b4^d2 | "Am"e4a2 | "G7"g4f2 \
| "E7"e2d2c2 | B2c2B2 | "Am"A6- | A2z2 :|



X: 4
T: H\aargal\aaten
O: trad
R: hambo
Z: John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
N: There are several incompatible versions of this tune.
N: It is played in Gm, Am, Dm and sometimes in major.
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gm
|: "Gm"d2 d>e d>c | c>B B>D G>B | "D7"B>A A>D ^F>A |1,3 "Gm"G>^F G>A B>c :|2,4 "Gm"Gz "fine"G4 :|
|: "Bb"B>c d2 B2 | "F7"c>d e2 c2 | f2 f>g f>e | "Bb"e>d d4 \
|  "Bb"B>c d2 B2 | "F7"c>d e2 c2 | f2 f>g f>e | "D7"e>d d4 |
|  "Gm"d2 d>e d>c | c>B B2 G>B | "D7"B>A A>D ^F>A | "Gm"G>^F G>A B>c \
|  "Gm"d2 d>e d>c | c>B B2 G>B | "D7"B>A A>D ^F>A | "Gm"Gz G4 :|
|: "Gm"G2 {AG}^F2 G2 | "D7"A2 {BA}G2 A2 | "Gm"B>c B>A B>c | "D7"d2- d>c B>A \
|  "Gm"G2 {AG}^F2 G2 | "D7"A2 {BA}G2 A2 | "Gm"B>c B>A B>c | "Bb"d2 e2 =e2 |
|  "F7"f>e c2 (3cde | "Bb"d>c B4 | "D7"d>c A2 (3ABc | "Gm"B>A G4 \
|  "Cm"g>e c2 (3cde | "Gm"d>B G2 G>B | "D7"A2 A>c B>A | "Gm"Gz G4 :|
X: 5
T: H\aargal\aaten
O: trad
R: hambo
Z: John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
N: There are several incompatible versions of this tune.
N: It is played in Gm, Am, Dm and sometimes in major.
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gm
|: "Gm"d2 d>e d>c | c>B B>D G>B | "D7"B>A A>D ^F>A |1,3 "Gm"G>^F G>A B>c :|2,4 "Gm"Gz "fine"G4 :|
|: "Bb"B>c d2 B2 | "F7"c>d e2 c2 | f2 f>g f>e | "Bb"e>d d4 \
|  "Bb"B>c d2 B2 | "F7"c>d e2 c2 | f2 f>g f>e | "D7"e>d d4 |
|  "Gm"d2 d>e d>c | c>B B2 G>B | "D7"B>A A>D ^F>A | "Gm"G>^F G>A B>c \
|  "Gm"d2 d>e d>c | c>B B2 G>B | "D7"B>A A>D ^F>A | "Gm"Gz G4 :|
|: "Gm"G2 {AG}^F2 G2 | "D7"A2 {BA}G2 A2 | "Gm"B>c B>A B>c | "D7"d2- d>c B>A \
|  "Gm"G2 {AG}^F2 G2 | "D7"A2 {BA}G2 A2 | "Gm"B>c B>A B>c | "Bb"d2 e2 =e2 |
|  "F7"f>e c2 (3cde | "Bb"d>c B4 | "D7"d>c A2 (3ABc | "Gm"B>A G4 \
|  "Cm"g>e c2 (3cde | "Gm"d>B G2 G>B | "D7"A2 A>c B>A | "Gm"Gz G4 :|



X: 6
T: Heili Karjalasta
T: Sweetheart from Karelia
M: C|
L: 1/4
K: Dm
[| "Dm"AA BA/F/- | F4 | "Gm"GG AG/E/- | "A7"E4 \
| "Dm"FF GA/G/- | G/G/F ED | "A7"E3 ^C | A,4 |
| "Dm"AA BA/F/- | F4 | "Gm"GG AG/E/- | "A7"E4 \
| "Dm"FF ED | "Bb7"^GG =FE | "A7"A4- | Az A2 |]
[|"Dm"d>A ^GA | "Gm"cB AG | "Dm"F2 D2- | D2 DE \
| F2 F2 | "Gm"GF ED | "A7"E4- | Ez A2 |
| "Dm"d>A ^GA | "Gm"cB AG | "Dm"F2 D2- | D2 DE \
| "Gm"F2 ED | "A7"ED ^CD- | "Dm"D4- | Dz ^CD |
[|"A7"E>E FG | AA=B^c | "D7"d>^c d=c | "Gm"BA G2 \
| "C7"c>=B c_B | AG FG | "F"A4- | Az "A7"A2 |
| "Dm"d>A ^GA | "Gm"cB AG | "Dm"F2 D2- | D2 DE \
| "Bb"F2 ED |  "A7"ED ^CD- | "Dm"D4- | D z3 |]



X: 7
T: Ievan polkka
T: Savitaipaleen polkka
R:polka
D:Kevin Burke: Up Close
O:South Karelia
Z:id:hn-polka-41 2005-8-8
M:2/4
L:1/8
K:Dm
"A"
|: "Dm"A,D DE | FD DF |1,3 "C"EC CE | "Dm"FD D2 :|2,4 "A7"AG FE | "Dm"FD D2 :|\
"B"\
|: "Dm"AA GF | "C"EC CE | "C"GG FE |1,3 "Dm"FD DF :|2,4 "Dm"FD D2 :|
"C"\
|: "Dm"D>D DE | FD DF | "C"EC CE | "Dm"F/E/D/C/ DA, \
|      D>D DE | FD D2 | "C"GA/G/ "A7"FE | "Dm"FD D2 :|
"D"
|: "F"A>F FA | "C"GE EF | "A7"GA/G/ FE | "Dm"DE FG \
|  "F"A>F FA | "C"GE EF | "A7"GA/G/ FE | "Dm"FD D2 :|



X: 8
T: Klezmer mazurka
O: all of Eastern Europe
R: mazurka
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Dm
"A"
|: "Dm"A>F D2 D2 | "Gm"B>G E4 | "A7"A,>^C EG FE | "Dm"D>^C DE FG \
|  "Dm"A>F D2 D2 | "Gm"B>G E4 | "A7"A,>^C EG FE | "Dm"Dz "fine"D4 :|
"B"
|: "Dm"~F2 GF ED | "A7"D2 ^C4 | A>B AG FE | "Dm"D>^C DE FG \
|   "Dm"~F2 GF ED | "Gdim"^C2 B4 | "A7"A>B AG FE | "Dm"Dz D4 :|
"A"
[| "Dm"A>F D2 D2 | "Gm"B>G E4 | "A7"A,>^C EG FE | "Dm"D>^C DE FG \
|  "Dm"A>F D2 D2 | "Gm"B>G E4 | "A7"A,>^C EG FE | "Dm"Dz D4 |]
"C"
|: "F"[AF]>[BG] [=B^G][cA] [d_B][cA] | [A2F2] [F4C4] \
| "C7"[ec]>[dB] [B2G2] [B2G2] | "F"[dB]>[cA] [A4F4] \
| "F"[AF]>[BG] [=B^G][cA] [d_B][cA] | [A2F2] [f4A4] \
| "C7"[ec]>[dB] [cA][BG] [AF][GE] |1 "F"[FF]z [F4F4] :|2 "F"[FF]z "A7"[G4E4] |]



X: 9
T: Kotimaani ompi Suomi
T: My Homeland is Finland
O: Trad Finland
Z: John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: C
CE \
| "C"G3 E (3CEG | "Am"c2 "Em"B2 "F"A>A | "G"G3 D FA \
| "C"G4 c>B | "F"A3 F A>c | "C"G2 E2 "Am"CE |
| "Dm"G3 F "G7"A,B, | "C"C4 c>B | "F"A3 F "F#dim"A>c \
| "C/G"G2 E2 "Am"CE | "Dm"G3 F "G7"A,B, | "C"C4 |]



X: 10
T: Mets\"akukkia (Woodland Flowers)
O: Trad Finland
Z: 1998 by John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Gm
z4 \
| "Gm"D2 G2 A2 | B2 A2 G2 | d6- | d6 \
| D2 G2 A2 | B2 A2 G2 | "Cm"e6- | e6 \
| c2 d2 e2 | e2 d2 c2 | "Gm"d6- | [d6B6] |
| "D7"D2 ^F2 A2 | c2 B2 A2 | "Gm"G6- | G2 :: g3f \
| "F7"f6- | f2 g3 e | "Bb"d6- | d2 e3 d \
| "D7"c6- | c2 d3 c | "Gm"B6- | B2 d2 d2 |
| "Gm"d6- | d2 c2 B2 | "D7"A6- | A2 B2 A2 \
| D2 ^C2 D2 | B4 A2 | "Gm"G6- | G2 :: z2 ~g>^f \
| "Gm"g z3 ~d>^c | d  z3 ~B>A | B z3  ~G>^F | G4 d2 |
| "Cm"e4 d2 | c2 e2 g2 | "Gm"d6- | d6 \
| "D7"D2 ^F3 G | A6 | "Gm"D2 G3 A | B6 \
| "D7"D2 ^F3 A | B4 A2 | "Gm"G6- | G2 :|


X: 11
T: Rasputin
R: shottish
Z: John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
M: C
L: 1/8
K: Am
|: "Am"A2 Ac e2 e2 | "Dm"f2 fa "Am"e2 e2 | "E7"d2 d2 "Am"c2 c2 | "E7"B2 e2 e>d cB | "Am"A2 Ac e2 e2 |
| "Dm"f2 fa "Am"e2 e2 | "E7"d>c B2 Bd cB | "Am"A2 c2 A2 z2 :: "G7"g2 g2 g3 f | "C"f>e e"(#)"d e4 |
| "E7"e2 e2 e3 d | "Am"d>c cB c4 | "Dm"f2 {e}de fe d2 | "Am"e2 {d}cd ed c2 | "E7"~E2 ^DE c2 B2 | "Am"B>A A^G A2 z2 :|



X: 12
T: S\"akkij\"arven polkka
R: polka
O: trad Finland
Z: 1998 by John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
N: Probably the best-known traditional Finnish polkka tune.
N: S\"akkij\"arvi is a small town between Leningrad/(Saint)Petersburg and the Finnish border.
N: Fourth and fifth parts are often played, which are usually "accordion showoff" parts.
N: This tune is sometimes attributed to Vili Vesterinen, but he learned it from others,
N: and was the accordion player who popularized it.
M: 2/4
L: 1/16
K: Am
"A"\
|: {Ace}"Am"a2e2 d2c2 | "E7"c2B2 B2cd | e2>d2 c2B2 | "Am"B2A2 A2ce \
| a2e2 d2c2 | "E7"c2B2 B2cd | e2d2 c2B2 | "Am"A4 "fine"z2 :|
e2 \
"B"\
|: "Am"ABcd e2a2 | "E7"a2^g2 gab2 | e^f^ga b2c'2 | "Am"b2a2 a^ga2 \
| ABcd e2a2 | "E7"a2^g2 gab2 | e2e2 ^f2^g2 | "Am"a4 z2 :|
Ac \
"C"\
|: "Am"e2ec A2Ac | e2ec A2Ac | e2e2 f2e2 | "E7"dedc B2Bc \
| d2dc B2Bc | d2dc B2Bc | d2d2 e2d2 | "Am"cdcB A2Ac ||
|| "Am"e2ec A2Ac | e2ec A2Ac | e2e2 "A7"a2g2 | "Dm"fgfe d2>e2 \
| f2f2 e2d2 | "Am"cdcB A2Ac | "E7"BcBA ^G2B2 | "Am"A4 z2 :|
% %text Other parts are often added, and the last part is often in Dm.



X: 13
T: Tosa valsen
T: the Tosa Waltz
O: trad Sweden, Finland
Z: John Chambers <jc@trillian.mit.edu>
S: handwritten MS
B: The Waltz Book v.1 p.51 (has E chords in bars 4 and 12)
D: Asa Jinder, "Asa Jinder" 1985 (Elin Music)
D: "Soir et Matin", Kerry Elkin, 440 Snipatuit Rd, Rochester MA 02770
M: 3/4
L: 1/8
K: Dm
A,DE \
| "Dm"F2 FG FE | D2 ^CD FA | d2 ^cd af | "A7"e3 fgf \
| "Dm"d3 fed | "Am"c3 c=BA | "E7"=B2 E^G BG | "A7"A3 A,DE |
| "Dm"F2 FG FE | D2 ^CD FA | d3 d^cd | "A7"e3 afe \
| "Dm"d3 efd | "Gm"ed B2 G2 | "A7"A2{BA}^GA ^cA | "Dm"d3 :|
K: D
|: "A7"ABc \
| "D"d2 AF Ad | "F#m"c2 AF Ac | "G"B2 cd cB | "D"A3 DEF \
| "G"G2 AB AG | "D/F#"FE FG AB | "E(m)"Bc df ed | "A7"e3 Ade |
| "D"f2 ag fe | d2 de dc | "G"B2 ce dB | "D/F#"A3 DEF \
| "Em"G2 AB AG | "D"FA GF ED | "A7"DC CE DC | "D"D3 :|
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #16 on: June 19, 2015, 10:06:50 PM »

Thanks both, for the quick sharing of sheet music. I'm won over by these tunes.
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #17 on: June 21, 2015, 01:15:28 PM »

I would echo Chris's recommendation about Vicki Swann and Jonny Dyer's website. That's where I took my notation from for Polska Efter Båtsman Däck, which is going down well locally. We also play Josefins Dopvals by Roger Tallroth and I have introduced Vals efter Manneberg, having first heard it played on the flute by Sarah Bauhan. Not easy but very rewarding when it goes right!
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #18 on: June 21, 2015, 02:11:31 PM »

http://www.accordiato.fr/tablatures/autres.htm

#2626- Valse à Tauno Krossi (trad)

Has a midi and tab. Time to find a real version, this one sounds nice. Mr Perroches website has very nice selections!
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Re: Swedish, Finnish,Scandinavian tunes
« Reply #19 on: June 21, 2015, 02:36:30 PM »

How about this, if you've got the accidentals?

Code: [Select]
X:14
T:Pennknivsmørdaren
R:polska J
Z:hn-jp-73
Z:Henrik Norbeck, Stockholm, Sweden henrik.norbeck@mailbox.swipnet.se
N:"The Penknife Killer" is one of my favourite tunes. It's named after
N:the fiddler H L Erlandsson, who served ten years in prison after
N:committing a murder with a penknife.
D:V\"asen: Essence
M:3/4
L:1/16
Q:1/4=115
P:AABB
K:Am
P:A
abag =fgfd e2e2|c2ed  cBA^G A2E2|[1 A^GAB c2d2 e2^f2|
                                                      d^cd^f aba^g e4:|\
                                |[2 A^GAB c2ce dcBA |^GABG   A8      ||
P:B
E2c2  E2c2 E2c2|c2B2 =G2BB  B2B2|[1 cBA^G ABcd e=fed|
                                                      cdcB   ABA^G E4:|\
                                 [2 cBA^G ABcd e=fed| cBA^G  A8      |]
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