Note: Discussed in this part: A shepherd's Campagnan tarentella. Harvest song from Adrian di Conza, where women had to be recruited by the mayor because forbidden to go outside for fear of gossip. Hoarseness of women's voices. Conversational style tends to be shouted, songs solo. Polyphony from Montemarano (possible island of Slavic style?) Freedom of the women, people danced touching each other. Molise. Gargano. Land of (coastal) shepherds and (interior) woodsmen. Shepherds sing high-pitched, anguished solos, accompanied by battente guitars. Lake Verano. Archaic lullaby. Shepherd's solo love song. Spanish guitar style of Gargano. Erotic love song with double entendre. Trio of shepherds sing Byzantine influenced polyphonic love song continues into B004.