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- n. Alternative spelling of yodeler.
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- n. a singer who changes register rapidly (popular is Swiss folk songs)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Heer yew r, BGee, complimintz ov teh hows, 4 pervydin teh yodeller foar mai ebberlastin tikkle-teh-funneebone-an-hart.
Swiss, was a famous yodeller, and another, the French Swiss, was a good comic with a French accent, whilst Madame and the German did a screaming two-person farce.
All of this sits on a simple snare beat as Shakira warbles on in that sexy-yodeller voice of hers.
Second place in the Berwick Show Idol open category went to 76-year-old yodeller Harry Rose and third place was awarded to Emily Mulholland.
His home web address is are you yankees all so stupid as the above yodeller?
WARNING: Popular contortionist and nutbag yodeller Shakira has gone feral and may have killed no or more men.
The journey in search of Focus takes us from Firhill to Amsterdam, home to a band still playing 150 gigs a year, still led by Thijs Van Leer - organist, flautist and yodeller extraordinaire - and still believing that they should not have to apologise for gallumphing ambition.
"better" than the latest jellybean soup to emerge from a Pop Idol yodeller?