RMAJRecording Musicians Association of Japan
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Note the assonance in the succession of "[bar.a]" sounds (rmaj, kar, maj, kinya', etc.), and the alliteration in the repetition of "k" sounds in this song, in which a young man promises to hire marimba players for a young woman to dance "one son, two sones," popular, traditional dance pieces:
Bix rxin q'poj i k'jol (Song of the young man and young woman) k'jol: young man: jun rmaj, kar maj one son, two sones kinya' k' a chawa I give now to you kantzej bejk' a kamik I say to you now kamik k'a nqoba chjay let's go home now.