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Korobeiniki | Tetris (Russian folk) Super easy friendly sheet music for Accordion


This unique super easy arrangement notation sheet is designed to achieve fast results. Suitable for all levels and also for those who cannot yet read standard notations.
• Large and clear design.
• Note names are indicated including octaves.
• Virtual rhythm metronome
• Synchronization between both hands
• Flats and sharps are indicated
• without curves or other academic symbols
• Super easy chord arrangements
• Fingers arrangements indicated

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Korobeiniki – “The Tetris theme”

A Russian folk song from the 19th century. The original lyrics are in Russian , it is about the story of a meeting between a merchant and a girl. This poem is based on an earlier version of a poem by Nekrasov , printed in 1861 on the Sovremennik magazine. The style and tempo of the song led this folk song to become a world wide popular song.
Became a world wide popular composition outside Russia in 1989 as “The Tetris theme’ in the version of Nintendo game, rearranged by a Japanese composer: Hirokazu Tanaka.
Korobeiniki ia a name for peddlers with trays,merchants who sold fabrics, books and other small items in old Russia, before the revolution.
Nekrasov’s poem is longer, The story is about a young peddler who seduces a peasant girl named Katya in a rye field. He offers her some of his products as gifts in exchange for sexual favours. She rejects all but she ends up accepting a ring he offered. The next morning, he asked her to marry him. The poem ends sadly with the peddler being robbed and killed by a forest ranger.


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