Die lustige Baeurin#
Yodeln, i.e. singen on syllabels without meaning as words and a
perceptive difference between head and breast voice, is one of the
most advanced forms of alpine folkmusic that reminds us of the archaic
open-air music of shepherds and farmers in the high pastures.
(Illustration, Blaa-Alm). The lustigen Baeurin (The happy farm
wife), is a so-called Dreier that has been diffused under
a variety of names and texts; two very freely improvised voices
the main voice. (G. Haid)
© Sound: 1994 BRE-PRO 9405 AuMe, Interpreten: Christiane, Hubert und Maria Walcher.