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texmex99

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Mario Boarischer (Austrian Polka) – Hubert Klausner (Composer)

Originally played on a Steirische Harmonika (Styrian Accordion) as used in Austrian Folk Music.
I created this tab from the youtube video by “SabseMama”.  It is played on a G/C/F/Bb Steirische Harmonika, but I have created the tab for a standard 3-row button accordion.  If played on an F/Bb/Eb accordion it will be the same notes as played in the song.

A video of the polka played by “SabseMama” is here:


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 c7) 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.
    r        =    slight rest/pause.
    ~        =    hold the keys – longer note.
    s        =    short note.


Intro.
(Bass buttons can be played with this part).

(G7x3.G8.G6.G7 G56)   C7x3.G9.G7.C7 G67   C7G9x3 G78 C67 G67 (G56 G56x3)


Part 1.
(Bass buttons can be played with this part).

(G7x3.G8 G6.G7 G5.G6.G7.G5   C67x3 G67 G56)
(G7x3.G8 G6.G7 G5.G6.G7.G5)   C7G9x3 G78 G57
C7G9x3 F67 C7G9 F67 C7G9 G78 G57
C7G9x3 F67 C7G9 G78 (C67 G67 G56)

(G7x3.G8 G6.G7 G5.G6.G7.G5   C67x3 G67 G56)
(G7x3.G8 G6.G7 G5.G6.G7.G5)   C7G9x3 G78 G57
C7G9x3 F67 C7G9 F67 C7G9 G78 G57
C7G9x3 G78 C67 G67 (G56 G56x3)


Part 2.
(It is not possible to play bass buttons with this part, as on the standard 3-row button accordion, the bass notes required are in the wrong direction)

F1C5 F1C5 (G15~)   (G56 G56) G56~
F1C5 F3C6 G56 F23   C3G5x3.F3C6.G56~

F1C5 F1C5 (G15~)   (G56 G56) G56~
F1C5x3.F3C6.G56   F23 C3G5 C3G5x3~


Part 3.
(Bass buttons can be played with this part).

(G56x3 G67 G56) G67 (G56~)
(G67x3 G56 C67 G67) G67~
C3x3 C3x2.G5.C3.G5.G6 g7.C7G9~
C7G9x3 F67 C7G9 G78 (C67 G67 G56~)

(G56x3 G67 G56) G67 (G56~)
(G56x3 G67 C67 G67 C46~)
(C46x3 C46 C67 C46   G67 G46 G56)
G78x2 C7G9 G78 C67 G67 (G56 C67 G67)

(G56x2 C46 C46 C67 C46   G67 G46 G56)
F67x2 C7G9 G78 C67 G67 (G56 G56x3)


Played as follows:
- Intro
- Part 1 x 2
- Part 2 x 2
- Part 1 x 1
- Part 3 x 2 then End.



Best regards, and greetings from England.
(more tabs to come soon).

Ramiroflores

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Very cool polka and very very cool accordion. Thanks for posting.[biggrin]
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