## Nine comments

This is a Swedish tune. We play it after one of the E minor Princess Royals. It was aquired at a Hands on Music melodion workshop in Witney (Oxfordshire).

Nice tune, Thanks

### “Schottis från Norbotten”

K: E minor

|: >z B2 |

E2 E>F G G>A | B B>c B2 G2 | e2 e>f g2 f2 | e4- e>Be>f |

g2 (3fgf e2 B>c |d2 (3cdc B2 G>A | B>cB>A G2 A2 | F4- F>Be>f |

g2 f2 e2 B>c |d2 c2 B2 G>A | B>cB>A G2 F2 | E4- E> :|

|: d^c>d |

B>GE>G B>GE>G | B2 (3efe d2 c2 | B>cB>A G2 A2 | B4- B>d^c>d |

B>GE>G B>GE>G | B2 e2 (3ded c2 | B>cB>A G2 F2 | E4- E> :|

K: D minor

A,2 |

D2 D>E F2 F>G | A2 A>B A4 | d2 d>e (3fgf e>f | d4- d>Ad>e |

f2 e2 d2 A>B | c2 B2 A2 F>G | A2 A>G F2 G2 | A6 d>e |

f2 e2 d2 A>B | c>dc>B A2 F2 | A>BA>G F2 E2 | D6 ::

A2 |

A>FD>F A>FD>F | A2 d2 c2 B2 | A2 A>G F2 G2 | A6 A2 |

A>FD>F A>FD>F | A2 (3ded c2 (3BcB | A>BA>G F2 E2 | D6 :|

The Lovely Mountains of Norbotten ~ someday…

http://www.fjallen.nu/parker/index_en.htm

It’s just as well I wasn’t making the original submission, I screwed up the first two bars for the version given above in E minor, here they are again in 4/4 and with the swing:

M: 4/4

|: >z B2 |

E2 E>F G2 G>A | B2 B>c B2 G2 | ~

Lite ordning på stavningen — NoRRbotten.

### Lanna-Villes schottis

The "real" name for this tune is Lanna-Villes schottis.

And yes, BTW, Norrbotten is spelled with two RRs.

### Foksmusicvagen

I have this on a cassette recording "Folksmusicvagen" given to us by a Swedish friend. as far as I can tell from the very scant sleeve notes there are 6 fiddles and 1 guitar on the recording.

### Scottis Fran Norboten Polka

This tune is incorrectly linked to a tune simply called Schottische on the CD "Mouthorgan" by Will Atkinson. It is not the same tune

This tune came from the playing of fiddler Stig Vifast Björklund (1928-1988) who was born in Finland, but lived for much of his life in Överkalix, Norrbotten. He got the tune from his foster father, Lanna-Ville (Lahna-Ville), who was so called because he came from Lahnajärvi, in Norrbotten.

I’ve fixed the problem with the bad link. It should never have been called "Schottische".