Dratenik Polka, Červený Šáteček (Shellac, 10"). Standard International.
Polka-style medleys of cover songs are a distinguishing part of American musician, satirist, parodist, and songwriter "Weird Al" Yankovic's catalog. Twelve of his fourteen albums contain them; his self-titled debut and Even Worse omit them.
Matemática Karl Weiss. Para que aprendas matemática jugando. Karl Weiss J. C. Mariategui. Banda de Musicos Ex Alumnos Karl Weiss "Rodolfo Velasquez Incio". Karl Weiss - Primaria. Asociaciòn Exalumnos Colegio Karl Weiss.
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Dan Weiss began playing the drums at the age of six. He received his bachelor’s degree at Manhattan School of Music with a major in jazz percussion and minor in classical composition. Soon after getting his formal education, he began touring the world and recording with musicians such as David Binney, Lee Konitz, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Miguel Zenon, Kenny Werner and many others. Sixteen: Drummers Suite.
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Album name: Sherlock Holmes For Children. Hänsche Weiss Ensemble - Vis À Vis. Edward Weiss - Prelude Cis-Moll Prelude G-Dur. Karl Weiss Band - Dratenik Polka Červený Šáteček. The Stylistics - Spotlight On The Stylistics. Tendenz Fallend - Schwarz Auf Weiss.
We are a three member polka variety band specializing in music for dancing feet. We play no only polkas and waltzes of the slovenian, czech, german and polish heritages but also play 2 step country, fox trots, latin and swing style numbers. We will be more than willing to customize our music to match you event theme as well as the requests of your guests at those events. Cleveland Polka Track number: 1 Year: 2006 Album: For the Good Times : Introducing you to the Concertina Music Of Chris Weiss Genre: Other. Our theme song for the our band and real hit with the Crowd!!!!! CALENDAR.
The polka is originally a Czech dance and genre of dance music familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in Bohemia, now part of the Czech Republic.
|A||Dratenik Polka (Tinker Polka)
Arranged By – K. Weiss*
|B||Červený Šáteček (Red Handkerchief)
Arranged By – Karel Echtner*