Klapa singing has its roots in the traditional Mediterranean culture of small seaside villages and islands, when singing a cappella with friends, usually without any instrumental accompaniment, was the only pastime. A voice usually starts, followed by the other voices in the choir, and even if the words are difficult to understand, the only way to get pleasure is to surrender to the melodiousness of the song, which seems to travel on the waves of the sea. The klapa sing joyfully of the sea, of love and of life on the shores of the Mediterranean; rarely do a cappella singers get sad: love always comes first, and when they sing of times gone by, they do so without melancholy. Once reserved only for men, today this song is also sung by women. At Tocatì, you will be accompanied in this experience of listening and love by the Klapa Valdibora music group.