By Bart Plantenga
Yodel in Hi-Fi explores the colourful and sundry traditions of yodelers around the globe. faraway from being a old fashioned and death paintings, yodel is a thriving vocal process that has been perennially renewed through singers from Switzerland to Korea, from Colorado to Iran. Bart Plantenga bargains a full of life and fantastic journey of yodeling in genres from opera to hip-hop and in venues from cowboy campfires and Oktoberfests to movie soundtracks and yogurt advertisements. showing a rare versatility, yodeling crosses all borders and circumvents all language boundaries to imagine its rightful position on this planet of tune.
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