Barrel/street organ stuff.
Sincerity meets spam.
I want to sing the Mau Mau verse in Allan Sherman’s Hungarian Goulash No. 5.
With Imanol Arias as El Lute, retired generaliser George Borrow, and walking and running style as social differentiators.
Featuring my draft recording of “El dilluns jo no treballe”, with various other European “7 days lazy” songs.
A fragment from Italo Calvino’s quasi-17th century folk romance, Il visconte dimezzato/The cloven viscount, uses storks as a portent of battle. Several unconnected 2nd century Greek accounts might appear to do the same, perhaps particularly if one’s a lazy sod and doesn’t read anything but scraps of stuff on Google Books.
Arthur Thesleff seems to have burnt most film further east, but there’s a nice snap of some early Andalusians.