In this week's we celebrate both the fact that we've completed one big, broad ambitious -- three months spent meeting the music and cultures of Latin America -- and our anticipation for next week, when embark on another adventure, exploring the world's rhythms. In this between-seasons-breather we drone like an Aboriginal didgeridoo, express gratitude to our Russian hosts for a heckuva party, and sing sweet as a donkey.
Wake up in the morning on an Indian farm and sing "Ut Re Moora." ()
In "" a sad farmer fondly recalls the beautiful singing of his beloved best friend. (more)
"Douce Dame Jolie" is an "Ars Nova" love song from 14th century France, dedicated to "my beautiful, sweet lady."
Glad to have you here singing along. See you next week!