Το τραγούδι του Καγρηγόρη.
Παραδοσιακό ελληνικό τραγούδι με μουσική καταγραφή και ποιητικό κείμενο = Greek traditional song with musical transcription and lyrics
This song tells the story of a shepherd named Grigoris, who lived in Ikaria in the early years of the 20th century and whose sheep were constantly being stolen by other shepherds without him ever being able to catch them at it. This melody, which is also used for the grapevine song, has an archaic quality and is probably very old indeed. A particularly interesting feature is the way the rhythm shifts from 5/8 in the body of the song to 7/8 in the refrain. The melodic unit covers the basic couplet in fifteen syllable iambic meter and the two-line refrain in trochaic tetrameter.