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Music with vocals weird & wonderful -- beatboxing, yodels, auction chants, Tuvan throatsinging, & eerie polyphonies.

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Options June 4, 2018: 135: Lithuanian, Serbian, Macedonian and Bulgarian polyphonic songs with guest DJ Corinna Skema Snyder

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Trys Keturiose  Bite, dabilėli, dabilio   Options Lithuanian sutartines song in the trejine style, recorded at a beekeeping museum.  0:00:00 ()
Ratilio  Tu, lydi, lydeli zaliasai   Options Lithuanian sutartines song in the dvejines style  0:01:37 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Lithuanian singers 
Zur zur melnycia   Options Historical Lithuanian recording from the 1920s of singers imitating a grinding mill.  0:03:34 ()
Trys Keturiose  O Kas Ti Silaly Trinkeja?   Options Lithuanian sutartines song recorded at beekeeping museum.  0:12:22 ()
Ratilio  O kaip ash buvau   Options Wedding ritual song from Lithuania  0:14:15 ()
MOBA  Shto su lepi dva cveta planinski   Options Wedding song from the Serbian village of Dobrujevac in the Crna Reka region.  0:18:53 ()
Serbian Singer  Poshle Mome Rosu Da Obiju   Options Serbian song from Crna Reka region  0:20:55 ()
Trio Kuchkovki  Uspala Se Moma Sirma   Options From the Macedonian village of Kuchkovo near Skopje.  0:24:14 ()
 
Macedonian village singers  Devojko, mori, drugacko and Ta koj mi se na lelejka leleese   Options Two Macedonian village songs (for the harvest, perhaps?) tied together  0:31:24 ()
Kosturchanki  Zeto mi se briche   Options Macedonian song from Greek region of Kastoriadis, known as Kostur when it was part of Macedonia before WWII.  0:33:30 ()
Maria Rangelova and Ruska Bozhilova   Dve nevesti proso broyat   Options From the Shopluk region of Bulgaria  0:34:36 ()
 
Kremena Stancheva and Vassilka Andanova  Malo Selo   Options From the Shopluk region of Bulgaria  0:45:49 ()
Sestri Bisserovi  Zviazda Trpti   Options From the Pirin-Velingrad region of Bulgaria  0:48:00 ()
Singers from village of Dolen  Slaga se Slunce Nadveda   Options Recorded by Martha Forsyth  0:49:34 ()
 
Pomak singers  Tam pod seloto bre male   Options From Carol Silverman's archival recording. From the Rhodope region of Bulgaria.  0:53:01 ()
Kushleva Sisters  Xurka pisana sharena   Options From the Rhodopes area of Bulgaria.  0:55:52 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:03pm Webhamster Henry:

It's Fryday on Monday time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:03pm Richard S:

Hello!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:06pm Webhamster Henry:

I saw a video of some excellent tabla syllable chanting recently ... should have sent it to you!
  Mon. 6/4/18 7:11pm penelope:

Hi Dan! Hi Corinna!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:12pm melinda:

hi everyone
  Mon. 6/4/18 7:16pm adrian in mpls:

Hi Everyone! Curiosity totally piqued by this Lithuanian music!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:25pm Ken From Hyde Park:

I'm frying my ears off over here!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:29pm Michael 98145:

nice focus today. thanks.
  Mon. 6/4/18 7:33pm queems:

my mom’s family is macedonian and this is really interesting to me
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:45pm Richard S:

Does our Guest DJ have a website? So if we want to know more about her work....
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 7:58pm Tommy in Neversink:

Wonderful show !
Avatar Mon. 6/4/18 7:59pm Dan Bodah:

Thanks everyone! Corinna's website is at www.corinnasnyder.com
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 6/4/18 8:00pm Richard S:

Thank you! catch you next week!
  Tue. 6/5/18 10:40am mic_level:

Can I still post here the next day? Will it be a falling tree in an unpopulated forest? This was a very special and outstanding episode! Thank you Corinna and Dan!
  Wed. 6/6/18 4:33pm John:

i love your show but you seem to to confuse region and areas of Macedonia.Macedonia is a Greek region and so is Rhodope
Avatar Mon. 6/11/18 2:44pm Dan Bodah:

@mic_level, thank you!

@John, thanks for your comments. Let's acknowledge that the term "Macedonia" is currently disputed between two states. One is Greece, which has a northern region called Macedonia with an ethnically Greek population. The residents of the Greek region of Macedonia call themselves Macedonians.

The other disputant of the name Macedonia is a republic that was formerly part of Yugoslavia and named itself the Republic of Macedonia when Yugoslavia split up in the 1990s. The "Republic of Macedonia" is populated mostly by ethnically Slavic people.

Greece has protested the use of the name Macedonia for the former Yugslav republic to its north. The two countries are engaged in mediation at the UN over the question.

Regarding the Rhodopes: the Rhodopes is a mountain range located mostly within the modern state of Bulgaria and crossing the border into part of northern Greece. The recordings marked as being from the Rhodopes were collected in parts of the mountain range that lie inside the state of Bulgaria.
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