Mouth Music Around The World
by Pam Swan

Mouth Music is rhythmic, traditional a cappella used in cultures around the world for work, play, celebration, or dancing without instruments. Explore Appalachian chin music, Scottish puirt-a-beul, Brazilian coco, Georgia Sea Islands playsongs, African dance songs, Irish diddles and more in this world tour with a musical passport.

Pam Swan studies, performs and teaches Mouth Music across the U.S. and Canada. She has worked with Peggy Seeger, Laurie Lewis, The Georgia Sea Island Singers, The Black Brothers, Christine Primrose, Julia Tsi-Tsi Chigamba, Paul Pena and many other wonderful tradition bearers. Pam has recorded three albums of traditional Celtic, Folk and Mouth Music.


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