This is a song from my homeland. I also dressed up in my ancestor's clothing to do the video. I just made a video of a small part, since really the best take I did at home, and the video was taken outside.
Basically I don't play any instruments, but everyone can sing (well kind of) so I decided to sing a traditional folk song. I recorded it on my zoom recorder, no editing just the raw file.
... a bit more on this ... what's above was my initial reaction when I read the disquiet, basically I don't play an instrument, so I should try singing. Anyway, sometimes at home I just start singing songs in a made up language, and it make my wife laugh (and kids cringe) so I thought I would try doing that. I tried a few times and finally got something I thought was reasonable (mostly because of the emotional expression ... even if a bit on the silly side). I thought of it as someone pining for their homeland or a lost love, so I thought it would look cool to wear some of my dad's clothes that I have. Then I thought well since I have long hair, I should be able to do something with that, then since the hat doesn't cover my ears (and it's cold outside here) I can use the hair to do that, then I thought braiding it to look like a beard would be suitably ridiculous.
On Sunday (when I'd already basically mentally committed to the singing), I thought I could do something like playing my push, or lemur on my ipad, but I would have to figure something out ... maybe next time for that ...