Björn's Polka

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 Also known as    Seattle Polka, Stockholms Polkett, Halleluja Polka
 Composer/Core Source    from Erik Ståbi
 Region    Canada, United States
 Genre/Style    Old-Time, Scandinavian
 Meter/Rhythm    Polka
 Key/Tonic of    G
 Accidental    1 sharp
 Mode    Ionian (Major)
 Time signature    2/4
 History    USA(Western/Pacific), CANADA(Western Canada)
 Structure    AABB
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X: 1 T: Björn's Polka T:Seattle Polka N:From the playing of Swedish fiddler Erik Ståbi, father of Björn Ståbi (also N:a fiddler). The "Seattle Polka" is a pattern dance developed in Seattle in the 1930's, N:and it is often danced to this tune. M: 2/4 L: 1/8 K: Gmaj B/c/|"G"dB/c/ dB/c/|dB GB/c/| dB/c/ dg|"D"f2 ff/g/| af/g/ af/g/|af dd/e/|dc BA|1"G" G2G:|[2 "G" Gg "G7"f=f || |:"C"e2c2|Gg fe|"G"d2B2|Gg fg|"D7"a2f2|da ^ga| "G"b2 g2|dg "G7"f=f|"C"e2c2|Gg fe|"G"d2B2|Gg fe| "D7"d2c2|E2F2|"G"G>A "D7"GF|1"G"Gg "G7"f=f :|2"G"G3|]