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Video from Dimen Village of the young women choir singing at the Dimen Dong Eco-Museum in in polyphony where the majority of singers sing the low part of the melody, while the lead singer or singers sing the high part. There are nine women standing in a line and singing, but one them steps out briefly after receiving a phone call.
Kam, China, Dong, Guizhou, Chinese Minority, Cultural preservation, Videos, Women, Dimen Village, Music and opera, Dimen Dong Eco-Museum, Western fashion, Industrialization and globalization
Dimen (地扪村), Liping, Qiandongnan, Guizhou, China
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Marie Anna Lee, c. 2019
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Lee, Marie Anna, "Young women choir practice" (2010). All Videos. 55.