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Throat Singing

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Kyzyl - Moscow: Festival of Tuva Music In Moscow 2004

Kyzyl - Moscow: Festival of Tuva Music In Moscow 2004
ID: SKMR019
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Ethno

Byzaanchi, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Mayol Sedip (tracks: 16 to 25), Kheimer-Ool Khovalyg (tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
Cello - Alexander Yermakov (tracks: 12 to 15), Nikolai Kochergin (tracks: 12 to 15)
Chanzy, Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Sayan Tumat (tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
Doshpuluur - Georgy Beletsky (tracks: 12 to 15)
Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Ayan-ool Sam (tracks: 16 to 25)
Drum [Kengerge], Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Ayan Shirijik (tracks: 16 to 25)
Igil, Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Ayan-Ool Sam (tracks: 12 to 15)
Igil, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Artur Damdyn-Ool (tracks: 12 to 15), Ondar Bazy-Dorju (tracks: 16 to 25)
Percussion, Djembe - Evgeny Tkachev (Of Yat-Kha) (tracks: 12 to 15)
Producer, Directed By [Festival Director] - Georgy Beletsky
Zither [Chatagan], Drum [Kengerge], Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] - Alexander Ondar(tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
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KYZYL-MOSCOW II

KYZYL-MOSCOW II
ID: SKMR031
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Ethno

Ethno, Tuva festival

Salgal ensemble - great tuvinian throat singers

Festival of the Tuva music in Moscow. Disc is representing musicians who
have participated in Kyzyl-Moscow festival in 2005. Among them is ensemble Salgal (Generation) - a group which represents the younger generation of the Tuvan musicians; solo playing & singing by Ayan-Ool Sam (soloist Olchey group) and group Ene-Sai - the elders of Tuvan folk.

1, 2 - style of traditional tuvian singing. Solo - E. Saryglar
11- Solo - S. Ondar
1 -10 - Group "Salgal"
11- 21 - Group "Ene Say"
13.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

GEN-DOS «SHIZO I. D.»

GEN-DOS «SHIZO  I. D.»
ID: SKMR029
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Folk Music

Folk-Rock, Tuva, throat singing

"GEN-DOS" project is a combination of different styles of throat singing,
ancient Tuvan shamans traditions with modern rock & electronic music.
Gennady Chamzyryn (group leader) is a real hereditary shaman, performs all
styles of the Tuvan throat singing ("sygyt", "khoomei" & "kargyraa").
This exclusive material for the first time after legendary group " Yat-Kha "
in which, the bass player of the project, by the way, played, represents
synthesis of the Tuvian folk music with rock and alternative electronic. The
album is very bright and interesting. There is a lot of guitar, a bass,
keyboard sound in the album & sometimes it comes to the trance-like grooves.
But Tuvan tradition here nevertheless is playing a great part, just like
in art of many overs folk-oriented groups from Tuva. Though the producer of an album Alexander

Medvedev is Russian, he lives and works in Kyzyl (Tuva capital) & makes all he can to represent the modern sound of Tuvan music on the base of it`s deep rooted traditions. We hope that behind album
13.00 eur Buy

Boyduska Yorel - Olchey

Boyduska Yorel - Olchey
ID: SKMR022
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Ethno

Ethno-electronica / Tuva Beat
Ayan-Ool Sam - throat singing (2,3,4,5,6), piano (7), igil (1,6,7)-( is a two-stringed Tuvan musical instrument), doshpulur (3) - (is a Tuvan "banjo")
Gregory Beletsky - throat singing (2,3,6)
Sholbana Dendzyn music (5)

Tuvan traditional music has won itself a special place in the music world. First of all, it is characterized by highly developed art of overtone singing. It is easy to see the relation of it to overtone singing used in Tibetan Buddhism, while some scholars point that this manner of sound creation dates back to the first attempts of mankind to speak. It is these attempts that have become extinct in most of the world but still live on as geographically limited heritage, which has only regained its legacy in the past few years.

Overtone singing was a symbol of Tuvan identity from the first half of 20th century at the very latest. But Tuvans boast not only the widespread ability to overtone-sing. It is also a highly developed art which includes at least 3 major genres (sygyt, khoomei, and kargyraa) and several common subgenres, as well as popular personal styles that become nationally popular due to the modern media like tapes or radio waves, that confer every new development of this art onto the nomadic farmers or local artists throughout the mountainous republic much faster than a celebrated singer is able himself.
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TANDALAI "Erdine" - Woman voice of Altay

 TANDALAI "Erdine"  - Woman voice of Altay
ID: SKMR041
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Ethno

Ethno, Altay - Woman throat singing and folk melodies from Altay

Tandalai - is the unique singer from Ust-Kanskogo area of Altai republic
with a voice of surprising force and beauty, a range in five octaves. In her
repertoir there are ceremonial songs of Mountain Altay people, along with
imitation of sounds of the animals and birds. She also plays on the big
range of tuvian national instruments: topshuur, khomus, igil, doshpuluur,
shoor.
13.00 eur Buy

Belek: Choduraa Tumat - The Gift - Throat singing by Tuvan woman

Belek: Choduraa Tumat - The Gift - Throat singing by Tuvan woman
ID: SKMR021
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Ethno

Throat singing by Tuvan women
As the title suggests, this album is Choduraa`s “gift” for her listeners as well as an expression of her own musical gift. Andwhat agiftitis! Her vocal range is astonishing. She slips with ease between the glottal gymnastic of throat-singing to the plaintive tones of a lullaby or love song, and the ritual imitative calls of animal husbandry. Her instrumental ability is equally impressive as she conjures up the taiga and steppes of Tyva with the igil fiddle or khomus lute and sings of
Her love with the demir khomus jew’s harp/ she shines as a beacon for women - in Tyva and worldwide - for having the strength to break the traditional genbder taboo and perform khoomi, and for standing up to be counted among the wonderful musicians of Tyva”.

Dr Carole Legy - Director of “Inner Asian music”, UK; Senior Researcher at the University of Cambridge, England.

Choduraa Tumat is one of the brightest personalities among the younger generation of Tyvan musicians. She has a wide range of performing abilities. Apart from being a good instrumentalist, playing many instrumentals, Choduraa performs both khoomei and folksongs. Many of Choduraa’s songs have already become popular among Tyvans. It took great creative audacity to step over the frontiers of the traditional idea of khoomei being the prerogative of men. Choduraa Tumat as also the leader of the unique all-women throst-singing group “Tyva Kyzy” (Daughters of Tyva)

Valentina Yuryevna Susukey - (Candidate of Arts, member of the Union of composers of the Rassian Federation, Renowned scientist of the republic of Tyva, scientific secretary of the Tyvan Institute of the Humanitarian Research)
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GENDOS «Bay-Tayga»

GENDOS «Bay-Tayga»
ID: SKMR049
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Rock, Pop

Elektronics, folk-rock, Tyva , throat singing
Video MPEG4: "Changiz Terek"
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Stepanida Borisova - Impressio - Nine songs in a Toyuk-style

Stepanida Borisova - Impressio - Nine songs in a Toyuk-style
ID: SKMR077
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Ethno

Ethnic, World music, Asia, Nord Asia, Siberia, Yakutia (Saha), Throat singing

Stepanida Borissova, vocals, shaman music, traditional music of Sakha Siberia.

"Stepanida Borisova is an epic actress and ethnic singer; she`s a star of world music and always welcomed guest on different musical festivals all arownd the world (folk or). Stepanida is often sings solo, she also collaborates with some of the best ethnic percussionist and electronic musicians from around the world.Yakutsk in Saha Republic in collaboration with some of the best yakutian rock musicians. This album fuses ancient art of singing with modern rhythms of avant-garde, rock and jazz music in one creative act of trancendental ritual deeply fullfiled whith sacral meanining. “Impressio“ album, wich subtitled "9 songs in a toyuk style" is a mix of yakutian folklore with art-rock background, it`s a voice of Stesha (Stepanida Borisova) reaching us from past ages nad from far future, kalysah-styled sax, improvisations on electric guitars, tricky rhythm of the drums. CD futured Alexandr Ilyin and Yuriy Vasilev from rock-band "Cholbon", Spiridonov brothers and Mihail Pereterov from ethno-jazz band "Ay-tal", guitarist from "Choron" and "-72" groups Genadiy Stepanov (RIP), guitarist Ěihail Dmitriev and drummer Stas Parfyonov - all of them played parts in this album composition. Many of album song arrangements is created on the run: one man suddenly added in composition the sound of accordion, another played there on a sax like if it was traditional wind insrument... and so it goes on. Where were some difficulties and pauses in creation process - the album has recorded and mixed for almost whole two years. And now all hard and plesant work is done and result lay before you. All of Stepanidas songs is sounds like an magic enchantmants. Here one of them - "Înce in Yakutsk ", telling the story about the girl, who has a secret knowledge of thigs and who once dissapired from the face of the earth - maybe she gone to some place far-far away, or just merged with the music. In Stepanidas chants we can hear the echos of something, that vaguely remembered, premonition or forseen. Something that we can discover sometimes. Or maybe it remains mystery forever"
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Albert Kuvezin and Yat-Kha - Poets And Lighthouses

Albert Kuvezin and Yat-Kha - Poets And Lighthouses
ID: SKMR110-2
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Ethno

Digipack
Ethno-rock-band Yat-Kha

Lyrics to tracks 2, 4, 6 and 9 taken from "Post-War Japanese Poetry", Penguin Books, 1972.

Recorded, arranged and produced at Sound Of Jura Studio and on location on the Isle Of Jura, Scotland.
Mastered at Sound Mastering, London.

Voice [Lead], Acoustic Guitar - Albert Kuvezin
Backing Vocals - Melanie Pappenheim
Marimbula, Double Bass, Bass Harmonica - Simon Edwards
Percussion, Bells, Piano, Baglama, Backing Vocals - Giles Perring
Clarinet, Bass Clarinet - Sarah Homer
etc...
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Kyzyl​-​Moscow III - Traditional Music And Throat Singing Of Tuva

Kyzyl​-​Moscow III - Traditional Music And Throat Singing Of Tuva
ID: SKMR083
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Throat Singing
Subcollection: Ethno

Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Overtone Singing
Notes
Festival "Kyzyl-Moscow" was held on 14, 16 and 17 of November 2006 in Moscow, in the halls of Moscow Central House of Artist and Cultur Center "Dom". Festival was organized вy producer, musician and promoter George (Arat) Beletsky, with the direct support of Moscow Government, the Committee for Culture of Moscow, the Ministry of Culture and National Policy of the Republic of Tuva, Green Peace of Russia, the Eurasian Cultural Center "The Legend" and Cultur Center "DOM". In 2006, the festival of Kyzyl-Moscow held for the third time. Saradak ensemble: Children's folklore ensemble "Saradak" (Republic of Tuva, Bii-Khem district, Turan) Participants of this ensemble were 9 to 13 years young artists, which played on traditional musical instruments and performed tuvan folk songs in traditional style of throat singing called "khoomei". (Tuvan throat singing). Folklore Ensemble "Tuva" (Republic of Tuva, Kyzyl) The ensemble "Tyva" is a real legend of Tuvan folk music. The members of "Tyva" constantly continue to improve their performance skills in traditional musical arts. During its existence "Tyva" ensemble has gained their own, unique image, style, and international recognition of Tuvan folk lovers. Currently, listeners are pleased to hear the 3-rd generation of band members. Their repertoire includes 5 styles of throat singing: khoomei, sygyt, kargyraa, ezengileer, borbannadyr. The bands repertoire based on Tuvan folk songs. Vadim Oorzhak (Republic of Tuva, Kyzyl) Vadim Oorzhak was born in Tuva, in the village Kungurtug. He was disciple of throat-singing master Rodion Munzuk. He graduated from the Kyzyl College of Arts, where he studied musical instrument byzaanchi. Vadim starts his musical carrier in ensembles of "Alash" & "Ertin Bulak". He was winner of the Grand Prix award at the International symposium KHOOMEI 1995. He has performed at many international music festivals, such as "Saradak", "Ustuu Khuree", "Sayan Ring", etc. Mai-ool Sedip (Republic of Tuva, Kyzyl) Mai-ool Sedip was born in the village of Ak-Dovurak in Barum-Khemchik district of Tuva. He began to study native folk music since childhood. He graduated from the Kyzyl College of Arts, where he studied musical instruments doshpuluur, igil & byzaanchi. He performs throat singing since childhood, especially highlights the styles "khoomei" and "sygyt". Today Mai-ool is a singer of ensemble "Alash" and the Tuvan National Orchestra.
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