Options Vocal Fry with Dan Bodah: Playlist from June 24, 2019 Options

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

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Options June 24, 2019: 186: LIVE: GLAS (Macedonian folk duo)

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Ensemble Vocal de Gjirokastër  Dene Moj Kadene!   Options Albania: Vocal Polyphonies from Lab Country  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
GLAS -- recorded live in WFMU's Monty Hall //Corinna Škėma Snyder: voice, frame drum, finger cymbals, tambura //Vedran Boshkovski: tambura, kaval
Glas  Dej gidi bre mome   Options   0:06:18 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Dafino Vino Crveno   Options   0:11:17 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Maro Mariike   Options   0:13:10 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Me Fatie   Options   0:18:57 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Patruno mome   Options   0:23:40 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Kitče me padna   Options   0:29:12 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Mace   Options   0:31:21 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Stojana majka ucheshe   Options   0:36:36 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Bolen lezhi k'atil Gjorgji   Options   0:41:28 (Pop‑up)
Glas  Interview with Vocal Fry   Options   0:46:51 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  7:02pm JakeGould:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:02pm Yvang:

Hey Dan & Fryers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:03pm Richard S:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm maestroso:

Ah, Albania. Has a bit of a Sardinian flavour.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm dale:

that kinda sounded like the soggy bottom boys.
  7:05pm grace:

Avatar 7:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hill Music Worldwide dale !
Avatar 7:06pm northguineahills:

Philip Glass should explore Balkan folk modalities and cooperate w/ local groups. Heck, one album could even be Debbie Harry cover concepts, and that track could be Glass/Glas - Heart of Glass.
Avatar 7:08pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Ravi Shankar was crucial to Glass.
...You mean - you give every note the same emphasis ?!?...
Avatar 👄 Swag For Life Member 7:12pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Ah yes, Glasical music tonight!
Avatar 7:14pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Quite wonderful - & consider how spare.
Avatar 7:15pm Dan Bodah:

Good evening all!
Corinna's website: www.corinnasnyder.com...
Glas FB page: www.facebook.com...
Glas soundcloud: soundcloud.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:20pm melinda:

This is really good stuff.
Avatar 7:22pm Dan Bodah:

Here's what Wikipedia has on Vedran's instrument, the tambura: en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:25pm Richard S:

I don't mind that we're hearing an instrument on Vocal Fry.
Avatar 7:25pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Distinct from Indian tamboura / tanpura - which is only Drones...
Seems a little like a dulcimer...
Avatar 👄 7:26pm ranjit:

live fry!
Avatar 7:26pm Dan Bodah:

@RRN63, yep -- or a mandolin
Avatar 7:31pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Ah - which is a flat necked violin w/ frets...
Or I would think Greek Bouzouki w/ that long neck... but looks pretty Flat - but not as much as a Chinese Pipa
...When you think you know a bit about Instruments...
Avatar 7:38pm northguineahills:

Man, I'm loving this!
Avatar 7:40pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

en.wikipedia.org... :

' Unlike the transverse flute, the kaval is fully open at both ends, and is played by blowing on the sharpened edge of one end. The kaval has eight playing holes (seven in front and one in the back for the thumb) and usually four more near the bottom of the kaval. These holes are not used for playing the instrument, but determine the lowest tone's pitch and timbre and are supposed to improve tone and intonation. In Bulgaria they are known as "devil's holes", based on a folk tale in which the devil tries to out-play a shepherd in a musical duel. While the shepherd is sleeping, the devil drilled holes in the shepherd's kaval but instead of ruining the kaval, this only served to enhance the shepherd's kaval playing thus thwarting the devil. In North Macedonia they are known as "glasnici" (гласници) meaning "giving voice to/of" '...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:46pm Yvang:

I love it!
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