Note: Original note: "This "woormooly" is sung by Ek'pt'imishvili, a Kakhetian. It tells of a journey to Arzevani, where salt is mined. The singer is glad of having successfully gotten his salt, and upon his arrival home, he will first embrace his mother, and then his wife and children."
About the session: These Georgian recordings were copied by Alan Lomax from the collection at the Georgian Conservatory of Music in Tiflis, Georgia. They were presented to Lomax by the Georgian Union of Composers, and were compiled by Grigol Z. Ckhikvadze, A. Georgeashvili, and Vladimir V. Akhobadze.
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