The Shephards, They Were in the Field
Die Hirten die waren im Felde
I Don't Know the Way Either
Weiß ich den Weg auch nicht
The Way I Am, So It Must Be
So wie ich bin, so muss es sein
Dutch Hop Music
The Volga Germans Music History
Dutch Hop - An in-progress Documentary on the Dutch Hop Tradition
by the Sageland Media, LLC
This is a sample of an in-progress documentary on Dutch Hop polka, a music and dance tradition of the Volga Germans. To learn more visit us at www.dutchhop.com. Live music provided by the The Polka-Nuts, a family of musicians featuring sisters Michele and LeRae Gaschler. Narrated by Tim Kloberdanz.
Dutch Hop - "Molly B Polka Party"
by Colorado Dutch Hop
John Fritzler Polka Band now Wayne Appelhans & The Dutch Hops on the Mollie B Polka Party. Let's Have A Party & Sully's Polka from one of our sets.
"Pine Bluffs Heritage Society Dinner and Dance"
by the Wyoming Arts Council
June Dutch Hop is a music and dance tradition of the Germans from Russia that settled in Western Nebraska, Southeast Wyoming, Northern Colorado and Western Kansas at the turn of the 20th Century. Today, every weekend dances are held at community centers, private homes, Octoberfests, and elsewhere. The band consists of an accordion, a hammer dulcimer, a trombone and a bass piano. The Wyoming Arts Council produced this short video of the annual Pine Bluffs Heritage Society dinner and dance. John Fritzler and his Polka Band played.