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El Naranjal Polka – Don Lauro's version

This is a version of El Naranjal Polka performed by Don Lauro. I liked this version best, as it's a little less complicated than say the Benjamin Silva or Jose Oñate Leon version.

Thank you to Alamitos for posting the youtube video titled "Polka El Naranjal" of this song.  I created the tab from this video.

Let me know if there are any mistakes or amendments required.
I would recommend listening to the song to get the timing correct.

Notes:
    Lower case key (for example c6) is a short / grace note used to make a hammer-on sound.    
    {   }    =    curved brackets - TRILL or TRIPLET those notes or play them fast.
    t        =    next to the keys means to TRILL those notes.
    tp        =    next to the set of keys mean to TRIPLET those notes.
    h        =     hold the key/keys while pressing the next keys.
    ~        =    hold the keys – longer note.


Part 1a.

(C4 C5 C6 C57~   C57x2) C58~   F36 C47 F36 G47x2
G78x3 C67x3 G67x3 F3C6x3 C45x3 F23.C34 C34x2
C6.F3.C5 C67   C58 C67 C67 F3C6   C58 F36 C58 C67x2
C67 C67 G67 G67 F3C6 F3C6 C45x3 F23 F23 C34 (C34 C34 C34x5)

(C4 C5 C6 C57~   C57x2) C58~   F36 C47 F36 G47x2
G78 G78 C67x2 G67 G67 F3C6 F3C6 C45 C45 F23 C45~
{C5.C6.C5}tp.C1.C5   C58 C58x2   C5 C1 C5   F36 F36x2 F36.G47
F36 F36 C58 F36 C47 F36   C58~ C47 (C46 C46x5)


Part 1b.

(C4 C5 C6 C57~   C57x2) C58~   F36 C47 F36 G47x2
G78x3 C67x3 G67x3 F3C6x3 C45x3 F23 C34.C67~
F3x2 C6 C7    C58 C58 C58 C6F7   C58 F36 C58 C67x2
C67 C67 G67x2 F3C6 F3C6 C45x2 F23 F23 C34 (C34~)

(C4 C5 C6 C57~   C57x2) C58~   F36 C47 F36 G47x2
G78x3 C67x2 G67 G67 F3C6x2 C45 C45 C14 C45~
{C5.C6.C5}tp.C1.C5   C58 C58x2   C5 C1 C5   F36 F36x2 F36.G47
F36x3 C58 F36 C47 F36   C58~ C47 (C46~)


Part 2.

G3 C3 G4   C4~   {G4.C4.G4~}tp C3~ {G4.C4.G4}tp.C3 G3.C45~
G67 G67 F45 G67 F34 G56 F34   F45 F45 G78 F45 G67x2 F34 G67

G34 C34 F23   C4~   {G4.C4.G4~}tp C3~ {G4.C4.G4}tp.C3 G3.C45~
G67 G67 F45 G67 F34 G67 F45   G78 C58~


Ending.

({C5.F4.C5}tp.F3   {F3.C5.F3}tp.C3   C46~)



Played as follows:
- Part 1a
- Part 1b
- Part 2 x 2
- Part 1b – changing the (C46~) at the end to a short (C46)
- Ending


Best regards, and greetings from England.
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