Klapa Doo Wopella - Male World Quartet from Seattle, WA

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2011 Pacific Northwest Regional

Klapa Doo Wopella


Male World Quartet from Seattle, WA

Klapa Doo Wopella is one of the world's oldest ongoing musical ensembles devoted exclusively to singing a cappella. KlapaDooWopella specializes in traditional Croatian "Klapa" singing. Klapa singers are a cappella minstrels that hang out on boat docks and street corners along the Adriatic coast of Croatia. The passionate harmonic blend of traditional Klapa songs evokes uncaught fish, raging seas, and lost love. Despite forays into other genres, the quartet always returns to its first love, the moan of the sea that is the primal chord of the Klapa song.

Members: Phil Parham, Ted Hunter, Jim Hoath, Bill Weis

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