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Music with vocals weird & wonderful -- beatboxing, yodels, auction chants, Tuvan throatsinging, & eerie polyphonies.
June 4, 2018: 135: Season 6, Ep. 1: LITHUANIAN, SERBIAN, MACEDONIAN, and BULGARIAN POLYPHONY with guest DJ CORINNA ŠKÉMA SNYDER
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|Artist||Track||Comments||Approx. start time|
|Trys Keturiose||Bite, dabilėli, dabilio||Lithuanian sutartines song in the trejine style, recorded at a beekeeping museum.||0:00:00 (Pop‑up)|
|Ratilio||Tu, lydi, lydeli zaliasai||Lithuanian sutartines song in the dvejines style||0:01:37 (Pop‑up)|
Music behind DJ:
Zur zur melnycia
Historical Lithuanian recording from the 1920s of singers imitating a grinding mill.
|Trys Keturiose||O Kas Ti Silaly Trinkeja?||Lithuanian sutartines song recorded at beekeeping museum.||0:12:22 (Pop‑up)|
|Ratilio||O kaip ash buvau||Wedding ritual song from Lithuania||0:14:15 (Pop‑up)|
|MOBA||Shto su lepi dva cveta planinski||Wedding song from the Serbian village of Dobrujevac in the Crna Reka region.||0:18:53 (Pop‑up)|
|Serbian Singer||Poshle Mome Rosu Da Obiju||Serbian song from Crna Reka region||0:20:55 (Pop‑up)|
|Trio Kuchkovki||Uspala Se Moma Sirma||From the Macedonian village of Kuchkovo near Skopje.||0:24:14 (Pop‑up)|
|Macedonian village singers||Devojko, mori, drugacko and Ta koj mi se na lelejka leleese||Two Macedonian village songs (for the harvest, perhaps?) tied together||0:31:24 (Pop‑up)|
|Kosturchanki||Zeto mi se briche||Macedonian song from Greek region of Kastoriadis, known as Kostur when it was part of Macedonia before WWII.||0:33:30 (Pop‑up)|
|Maria Rangelova and Ruska Bozhilova||Dve nevesti proso broyat||From the Shopluk region of Bulgaria||0:34:36 (Pop‑up)|
|Kremena Stancheva and Vassilka Andanova||Malo Selo||From the Shopluk region of Bulgaria||0:45:49 (Pop‑up)|
|Sestri Bisserovi||Zviazda Trpti||From the Pirin-Velingrad region of Bulgaria||0:48:00 (Pop‑up)|
|Singers from village of Dolen||Slaga se Slunce Nadveda||Recorded by Martha Forsyth||0:49:34 (Pop‑up)|
|Pomak singers||Tam pod seloto bre male||From Carol Silverman's archival recording. From the Rhodope region of Bulgaria.||0:53:01 (Pop‑up)|
|Kushleva Sisters||Xurka pisana sharena||From the Rhodopes area of Bulgaria.||0:55:52 (Pop‑up)|