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Notes

This is a typical even polska. Bar 4 of the second part has an extra beat.

History

fiddler, and played at weddings and other dances.

Klockare Sderlund from Yxnerum. Pelle Fors was a shoemaker and

from Johannes Lng from Lngserum, who in his turn had learnt from

stergtland. He died there in 1908. He learnt to play the fiddle

1815, but lived most of his life in Rn, Vikbolandet,

Pelle Fors (Petter Magnus Johansson) was born in Ukna, Smland, in

Klockare So:derlund from Yxnerum. Pelle Fors was a shoemaker and

from Johannes Laang from Laangserum, who in his turn had learnt from

O:stergo:tland. He died there in 1908. He learnt to play the fiddle

1815, but lived most of his life in Ro:no:, Vikbolandet,

Pelle Fors (Petter Magnus Johansson) was born in Ukna, Smaaland, in

fiolspelare, och spelade p{å} bro?llop och danser

Klockare So?derlund fr{å}n Yxnerum. Pelle Fors var skomakare och

av Johannes L{å}ng fr{å}n L{å}ngserum, som i sin tur hade la?rt sig av

O?stergo?tland. Han dog da?r 1908. Han la?rde sig spela fiol

men levde sto?rre delen av sitt liv i Ro?no?, Vikbolandet,

Pelle Fors (Petter Magnus Johansson) var fo?dd i Ukna, Sm{å}land, 1815,

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T:Ingen kan dansa polska som min Ann-Sofi
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H:1815, but lived most of his life in Rn, Vikbolandet,
H:stergtland. He died there in 1908. He learnt to play the fiddle
H:from Johannes Lng from Lngserum, who in his turn had learnt from
H:Klockare Sderlund from Yxnerum. Pelle Fors was a shoemaker and
H:fiddler, and played at weddings and other dances.
N:This is a typical even polska. Bar 4 of the second part has an extra beat.
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A2d2 d2ed ^cAce|e2f2 f2gf e=ceg|g2a2 afdf abag|e2fe d2ed ^c2A2 A4|
A2d2 d2ed ^cAce|e2f2 f2gf e=ceg|g2a2 afdf abag|e2fe d^ce^c d4||

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