Note: Discussed in this part: Transhumance. Bitter songs of the partenza (departure) as shepherds leave their families to take their sheep to richer pastures. Lucanian man and woman sing partenza song with frictions drum accompaniment. Shepherd with little wooden pipe. Women singing comic song of the return of the shepherd with bagpipe accompaniment. "Protect me from all shepherds, heavens above, / All sheep-silly and simple, they prefer their sheep to love." Songs of transportation: the porters sing with their burdens as they toil up the steps of the mountain path. They dream of carrying the most beautiful girl up the mountain. Counting song of the burden-bearing salt miners of Trapani, Sicily: "We walk like the dead by night" -- a lament of savage misery from the oldest industry. Sicilian carters' songs. They travel from midnight to dawn to get the produce to the market in the early morning.