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Georgian musician and ethnomusicologist Nana Mzhavanadze was born into a musical family. She says her future was predicted by her grandmother:- “when I was bought from the maternity house, my grandmother met me at the door, that was the first thing that she did, she put me on the piano and she said she is going to be a musician.” This episode is a significant event for their family, as it brought Nana, her uncle Rebuli and his daughter Marekhi together to sing for the first time in over 10 years. Whether you’ve heard Nana before, with Sathanao or Sisa Tura, or this is your first time, you're sure to enjoy this playful hour where Nana experiments musically with her family. Voices of the Ancestors by Holly Taylor-Zuntz and Susan Thompson. If you enjoyed this episode, why not buy the creators a coffee? On ko-fi.com/voicesoftheancestors Help the podcast become sustainable by becoming a monthly Ko-Fi subscriber with access to extras (for this episode monthly subscribers can see videos of Nana singing during the interview). Sign up for our email updates and never miss an episode: eepurl.com/hhgoOf Navigate this episode with the searchable transcript, available here voicesoftheancestors.co.uk/transcripts. Live Music: Nana, Rebuli and Marekhi Mzhavandanze - Recorded on location, at General TSO fusion cafe, Kobuleti, Georgia. *Didi khnidan Gagitsani in 3 voices, with Marekhi singing bani *Patara Sakhvarelo (in 2 voices - Nana and Rebuli) Note from Nana - Patara Sakhvarelo This is a Gurian (polyphonic) male trio repertoire. The lyrics are related to the theme of love. This variant is close to Vladimer Verdzenishvili's variant… *Alilo by Jansung Kakhidze *Mival Guriashi Prerecorded Music: Natvra by Sathanao; Kakhetian Mravaljhamier by Basiani; Sulo Chemo by Anchiskati; Sulo Chemo by Sathanao.