Sanda wrote to us about Croatian lullabies…
"If you are looking for real Croatian traditional lullabies, there is a CD of woman group singing klapa. Klapa is traditional form of a capella singing from Dalmatia, on the Croatian coast. [Note from Mama Lisa: Klapa means, ‘a group of friends’. Harmony and melody is an important part of this type of singing.] Klapa singing is also listed on UNESCO world heritage. This female klapa called Ćakulone recorded a CD with traditional lullabies."
Here is Ćakulone’s YouTube Channel and a you tube video so you can hear them singing a lullaby…
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October 18th, 2018 at 5:55 pm
Hello. My Uncle through marriage, sang this Croatian lullaby to his daughter. It has stuck in my mind for over 60 yrs. I don’t know the language or the proper spelling, but I can remember the phonetics. Saw moi naymoi tee, mightzi caza tee, dah tell you beemya, tone knee nay yeasti nah. I would love for someone to find the complete lyrics and translation and the title for My grandchildren.
July 15th, 2020 at 2:51 pm
Carol: that’s Samo Nemoj Ti, a traditional ballad