Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii tour / Монгол Хөөмийн Сонгомол аялан тоглолт / TEASER

Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii tour / Монгол Хөөмийн Сонгомол аялан тоглолт / TEASER

Published on Mar 23, 2016

Within the framework of the release of the double-disc Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii by Buda Music label and for the 10th anniversary of Routes Nomades association Dans le cadre de la sortie du disque Anthologie du khöömii mongol sur le label Buda Musique, et pour les 10 ans de l’association Нүүдэлчин Зам Холбооны 10 жилийн ойд зориулан, Бюда Мюзик лэйбэлтэй хамтран гаргаж буй Монгол Хөөмийн Сонгомол цомгийн хүрээнд толилуулж буй Exceptional Tour – Spring 2016 Tournée exceptionnelle – printemps 2016 Хөөмийн давтагдашгүй онцгой аялан тоглолт – 2016 оны хавар With: N. Sengedorj, B. Odsüren, R. Davaajav, D. Tserendavaa, E. Toivgoo, B. Papizan, N. Ganzorig, B. Amartüvshin, D. Batsükh, P. Ösökhjargal, Kh. Erdenetsetseg, N. Khulan Н. Сэнгэдорж, Б. Одсүрэн, Р. Даваажав, Д. Цэрэндаваа, Э. Тойвгоо, Б. Папизан, Н. Ганзориг, Б. Амартүвшин, Д. Батсүх, П. Өсөхжаргал, Х. Эрдэнэцэцэг, Н. Хулан Tournée organisée avec le soutien de / Tour organized with the support of: La Fonderie – Le Mans, Opéra de Rennes, Musée des Confluences, Les Détours de Babel, Les Ateliers d’Ethnomusicologie, Péniche Spectacle, Ciel Mongol, Fondation Sentier d’Action. Аялан тоглолт зохион байгуулах ажлыг дэмжсэн: Лө Мон хотын Ла Фундри театр, Рэннэ хотын Дуурийн театр, Лион хотын Кунфлюонс музей, Лэ Дэтүр дэ Бабэл фестиваль, Угсаатны хөгжим судлалын сургалтын төв, Пениш Спектакл, Сиэл Монгол компани, Сайн Үйлсийн Жим сан. Musique / Music: khöömiin magtaal – N. Ganzorig Хөгжим: “Хөөмийн магтаал” – Н. Ганзориг Enregistrement et images / Audiovisual recording : Jean-François Castell (2010), Johanni Curtet (2015) Дуу, дүрс бичлэг: Жон-Фронсуа Кастэлл (2010), Жоанни Кюртэ (2015) Montage / Editing : Jean-François Castell (Les Films du Rocher) Эвлүүлэг: Жон-Фронсуа Кастэлл (Лэ Филм дю Рошэ) Production : Routes Nomades Продюсер: Нүүдэлчин Зам Холбоо http://www.routesnomades.fr http://www.facebook.com/routesnomades © 2016 Routes Nomades / Нүүдэлчин Зам Холбоо

Tungalag buyant by Nanjid Sengedorj

Tungalag buyant by Nanjid Sengedorj

Published on Jun 21, 2018

Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Tungalag buyant · N. Sengedorj An Anthology of Mongolian Khöömii (Musique du monde: Mongolia-Overtone Singing) ℗ Routes Nomades Released on: 2017-01-20 Composer: Traditionnel Auto-generated by YouTube.

Gooj Nanaa by Nanjid Sengedorj

Gooj Nanaa by Nanjid Sengedorj

Published on Feb 21, 2015

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Gooj Nanaa · Traditional · Nanjid Sengedorj Jargalant Altai: Xöömii and Other Vocal and Instrumental Music from Mongolia ℗ 1996 PAN Records Released on: 1996-03-01 Screenplay Author: Traditional Auto-generated by YouTube.

Medley of Xöömii Styles by Nanjid Sengedorj

Medley of Xöömii Styles

Published on Feb 21, 2015

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Medley of Xöömii Styles · Traditional · Nanjid Sengedorj Jargalant Altai: Xöömii and Other Vocal and Instrumental Music from Mongolia ℗ 1996 PAN Records Released on: 1996-03-01 Screenplay Author: Traditional Auto-generated by YouTube.

Altain Magtaal (In Praise of the Altai Mountains)

Altain Magtaal (In Praise of the Altai Mountains)

Published on Feb 21, 2015

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Altain Magtaal (In Praise of the Altai Mountains) · Traditional · Nanjid Sengedorj Jargalant Altai: Xöömii and Other Vocal and Instrumental Music from Mongolia ℗ 1996 PAN Records Released on: 1996-03-01 Screenplay Author: Traditional Auto-generated by YouTube.

N. Sengedorj of Mongolia demonstrates khöömei throat-singing

N. Sengedorj of Mongolia demonstrates khöömei throat-singing

Published on Jul 11, 2007

Throat-singing, a guttural style of singing or chanting, is one of the world’s oldest forms of music. It is predominantly practiced in rural areas of Central Asia, where it is called <i>khöömei</i>. The herder/hunter lifestyle in rural Central Asia, with its reliance on the natural world and deeply felt connection to the landscape, is reflected in this vocal tradition. Throat-singers often imitate sounds of the natural surroundings–animals, mountains, streams, and the harsh winds of the steppe. Find recordings of this incredible vocal technique at http://www.globalsound.org.

N. Sengedorj of Mongolia demonstrates khöömei throat-singing

N. Sengedorj of Mongolia demonstrates khöömei throat-singing

Published on Mar 23, 2009

Find recordings similar to this on these Smithsonian Folkways recordings: http://www.folkways.si.edu/albumdetai… http://www.folkways.si.edu/albumdetai… http://www.folkways.si.edu/albumdetai… and for more information about Smithsonian Folkways , the non-profit record label of the national museum, click here: http://www.folkways.si.edu/index.aspx Throat-singing, a guttural style of singing or chanting, is one of the world’s oldest forms of music. It is predominantly practiced in rural areas of Central Asia, where it is called “khöömei”. The herder/hunter lifestyle in rural Central Asia, with its reliance on the natural world and deeply felt connection to the landscape, is reflected in this vocal tradition. Throat-singers often imitate sounds of the natural surroundings–animals, mountains, streams, and the harsh winds of the steppe. The content and comments posted here are subject to the Smithsonian Institution copyright and privacy policy (www.si.edu/copyright/). Smithsonian reserves the right in its sole discretion to remove any content at any time. ©2008 Smithsonian Institution

Nanjid SENGEDORJ’s Xoomij techniques

 

Nanjid SENGEDORJ’s Xoomij techniques

Published on May 23, 2009

Ass. Routes Nomades organized this workshop of Xoomij throat singing in Rennes, on April 1st 2009 with Johanni Curtet. Nanjid SENGEDORJ is one of the great masters of xoomij throat singing in Mongolia. Contact: info@routesnomades.fr

DÖRVON BERKH (Les 4 osselets): 4 maîtres de chant de gorge xöömij de la Mongolie

DÖRVON BERKH (Les 4 osselets): 4 maîtres de chant de gorge xöömij de la Mongolie

Published on May 23, 2009

Les 4 grands maîtres mongols de chant de gorge xöömij Nanjid Sengedorj, Baatar Odsuren, Dashdorj Tserendava, et Nergui Ganzorig) se sont réunis comme les 4 osselets – un jeu mongol. Concert organisé par l’Ass. Routes Nomades à Rennes , France, le 1 avril 2009 contact: info@routesnomades.fr