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This French folk song is also found in Quebec. The melody is in the alto line and verses can be layered. You can add a band as we…

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A traditional Scottish waulking song in an SATB setting. Waulking is the technique of finishing a newly-woven tweed by soaking it and thumping it rhythmically to shrink and…

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A sweet, easy, two-part love song from Croatia for women’s voices. Oh how beautiful it is in our area. The stars are shining and the bachelors are singing.…

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A lively dance/song from Serbia in 7/8 rhythm arranged for SATB voices by Mary Cay Brass. Can be sung a cappella or with chordal accompaniment. The instrumental break…

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A beautiful, slow, SATB klapa song from the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. We use this song often in Hallowell, our local hospice choir. It has a calming, soothing…

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A yiddish folk song from the 19th century. Can be sung a cappella or with a variety of instruments. Our recording features accordion, clarinet, trombone, percussion. “We are…

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A fun love song from Macedonia. Can be sung a cappella or with the accompaniment of accordion, or chordal instruments. It’s a sort of “zipper song” where only a…

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A hauntingly, beautiful song from Macedonia in 7/8 arranged in three parts by Bajsa Arifovski, one of our Village Harmony leaders in Macedonia. The song can be sung…

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A sweet 2-part love song I collected in the Croatian community in southern Hungary. I hear that someone from England has choreographed a circle dance to this recording!…

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A lively dance song in two parts learned from Goran Alacki at Village Harmony Macedonia camp. The song can be sung with mixed or treble voices. Can be…

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A beautiful, slow SATB a cappella klapa song from the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Easy to sing with deeply satisfying harmonies. Pronunciation guide included. Good evening, Danica, oh…

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A short, two-part village wedding song from Bosnia. The song has many major seconds which is great fun to sing! Welcome, o bearers of good fortune! You have…

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A beautiful, three-part, midsummer carol from Croatia. On  midsummer day, a group of girls go around the village wishing good crops and good luck to farmers. People give…

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A beautiful Macedonian love song in a7/8 rhythm arranged for three part harmony. Easily sung either a cappella or with the accompaniment of instruments. Comes with pronunciation guide.…

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A lively song from the northern Serbia region, Vojvodina. Here's a ten my gypsy! Play for me and I will listen to you! We'll open a bottle of…

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A short, two part, love song, sung by unmarried girls in Bosnia. The song moves from thirds to major seconds-very fun to sing in a stridant open voice,…

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A hauntingly beautiful song from the urban muslim “sevdalinka” tradition of Bosnia in 2 part harmony for same or mixed voices. Can be sung unaccompanied and also nice…

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A 3-part French Cajun song from the Alan Lomax collection. Love and beautiful days are wonderful and short. One should make love when one can. If I had…

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A lively, fun, upbeat song found for SATB found in both Croatia and Serbia. Hey, you and me, girl, our love we share once again. Though I am…

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A short two-part love song from Bosnia sung by unmarried girls. The song moves from unison to thirds to major seconds throughout. Very fun to sing. A song…

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A lively dance song from eastern Serbia in 9/8 rhythm in two-part harmony. Can be sung with same gender or mixed voices. There are hot springs in the…

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A slow, quiet SATB song from the Dalmatian coast “klapa” tradition of Croatia. Rich, easy and intuitive harmonies make for a deeply satisfying and accessible song for mixed…

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A very short village wedding song sung by unmarried girls in Bosnia. The song has many major seconds and is thrilling to sing. The song wishes members of…

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A lively dance/song from Serbia in two part harmony for same gender or mixed voices. Can be sung a cappella, but works well with accompaniment as well. Let’s…

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A slow, soulful folksong from the Bulgarian part of Macedonia called Pirin learned at our Village Harmony Macedonia camp in 2011. Easy, rich harmonies with a repeating refrain,…

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A lilting, soulful, love song in SATB harmony from the “klapa” tradition of the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Easy and accessible harmonies. Comes with pronunciation guide. Sail, o…

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A sweet village love song sung by unmarried girls in Bosnia. Sajma set out to the spring. Ibro set out after her on his horse. Give me a…

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A beautiful 3 part girl’s song from the village of Ražanac on Dalmatian coast of Croatia. This song has a beautiful circle dance that accompanies it. O, Ražanac,…

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A beautiful, soulful love song in 7/8 rhythm from Macedonia as learned at a Village Harmony camp there. Best with instrumental accompaniment (instrumental breaks included on score). Comes…

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A beautiful two part village song sung by young girls from Bosnia honoring the beauty of their home, their village. O village, my village, surrounded by green mountains…

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My setting of a beautiful Christmas carol from the 1953 Ruth Crawford Seeger collection of carols from the southern Appalachians. Can be sung a cappella or accompanied by…

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A Macedonian folk song in the melody/drone tradition learned at our Village Harmony Macedonia camp in 2011. Expanded into three part harmony - two of the voices provide…

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A short two part village wedding song from the region of Slavonija in Croatia. The song is typically sung with joking, improvised verses made up by anyone at…

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A lively, playful love song from the Bosnian “sevdalinka” tradition arranged in three part harmony. Can easily be sung a cappella and also works well with accompaniment. Comes…

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A poignant, soulful, song of grieving from the Bosnian “sevdalinka” tradition arranged in 2 part harmony. Sevdanlina songs are urban Muslim songs from the time of the Ottoman…

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A two part Bosnian village song typically sung by unmarried girls. I married and became a bride. Oh my! What have I done_ See that one over there…

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A sad song with an upbeat tempo from the Bosnian sevdalinka tradition arranged in two voices to be sung by either same gender or mixed voices. Sevdalinka are…

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