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Yodelling Related Techniques and Bibliography

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Author Profile: Negrean Sergiu Aurelian
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Hello and thank you for add! I am from Romania and I am interested in Ethnomusicology. 


I am a singer, and I like the songs that I had learned from my grandmother. Now I want to study what I have learned in a professional way.

So here we are. I study at Academia de Muzică - Gh. Dima from Cluj. I want to start a project, but right now I need help.
My study will refer to some vocal techniques used in Romania, and special to a form of yodelling. To see about what I am talking, I will post some videos. It appear in New Grove called glottal clucking.

I need a bibliography which could help me – related with a form of this technique from your countries.
The libraries from Cluj are poor in information about this subject, and that’s what I need your help.
Thank you! (promise to upgrade my english).


So.. videos:
North Romania – Maramureş (Maramuresh), which Bela Bartok studied, and he call it Schluckstöne: In another sources knots singing style.

1.


- technique is use at 1:00


2.


- at 07:23


3.

- 0:12


4.

- 1:02


5.

- 0:23


6.

- 0:18


South Romania - Gorj, Olt

1.

- 0:10


2.


- 0:22

Lenuţa Purja - Horea lui Pintea - hore cu noduri
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