Book description: This is Vlada Veselinovic's second CD of original compositions. There are eight new compositions, most of which are composed in the style of Šumadijan music. The author also continues to use his own distinctive style of original accordion performance and the unique arrangements. The sheet music contains the scores of all the compositions featured on the album. The complete bass line of the accordion (left hand) is transcribed as well. Almost all of the compositions in the book are recorded in arrangements for two accordions: the second voice is scored in a separate staff below the first one.
Book description: The book contains sheet music of all original compositions featured on instrumental CD "Balkan na moj način kroz zvuke harmonike", by the author Vlada Veselinović. The tunes were composed, arranged and played in the spirit and style of the Balkans, featuring kolo and oro songs (Šumadija, southern Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania). The compositions are transcribed exactly as they appear on the CD. Solo accordion arrangements are transcribed, including the complete transcription for the left (bass) hand. The sheet music includes the ornamentation, harmony, as well as the complete fingering for piano accordion.
Book description: Sheet music for melodies composed and performed by great artists and masters of the accordion. These selected compositions contain all the stylistic elements of the Balkans folk music, precisely and accurately transcribed. All ornaments are marked in small notes along with the main note, so that there is no confusion about the performance of the ornamentation. The fingering for piano accordion is marked above each note is recorded. Complete harmony is also marked.
CONTENTS: Valjevsko sitno (T. Miljic), Majdanska Vlajna (S. Bozinovic), Hora Lui Andrei (L. Nika), Ilindensko oro (T. Miljic), Metodijevo kolo (J. Petkovic), Srbijanski cacak (C. Ljubenovic), Vlaski pojas (S. Bozinovic), Maradonka kolo (T. Miljic), Serbian dance (B. Prodanovic), Milankino kolo (Lj. Radosavljevic), Severnjacko kolo (I. Lolov), Jelino kolo (M. A. Kemis).