Talk:The Famous Polka

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Pitched up vocals[edit]

I see that the recent (2020 February 12) edit of this page puts the song in the "Altered Voice" song theme due to a "pitching up" of the vocals. Where does this assertion come from? I didn't want to get in a revision war over the change, but I really don't hear any alteration of Flansy's voice via technology. I think he's singing in one of his caricature voices, similar to "For Science", but not excessively so. Arguably *that* qualifies as an altered voice, but as for being pitched up, I don't hear it. CJSF (talk) 13:12, 12 February 2020 (EST)

Yeah I agree the voice is not altered in any way - (Imboss5)
Admittedly, I added it in on a whim. I wouldn't be offended if someone were to change it back- it's just what I was thinking at the time. --AngleBlueprint

Accordian Tab?[edit]

It occurs to me that we really need accordion tab for this song. :-D Really, though, it'd be pretty cool. - Desck

I've totally been trying to learn the part, im just umm... Lazy?


No vocals?[edit]

Is there a reason why the lyrics/vocals are not sung in live versions? I've always wondered that.

It's so you can focus fully on all the Awesome Accordion Action. --Self Called Nowhere (talk) 23:13, 2 July 2014 (EDT)

Possible Inspiration?[edit]

I'm listening to polkas online and it struck me that The Famous Polka shares a few similarities to Pancho's Polka.'s+Polka+-+Fritz+Bechtel+And+His+Orchestra.flac