Tyvam (My Tuva) – Kongar-ol Ondar, Evgeny Saryglar & Alash Ensemble

Tyvam (My Tuva) – Kongar-ol Ondar, Evgeny Saryglar & Alash Ensemble

Published on Feb 15, 2015

Footage from the documentary “The Secrets of Khomei, Voices From Tuva” Lyrics (translated from questionable subtitles): (All) On this earth we live we live for centuries here This is Tuva, our country and we are Tuvans! (Second verse missing) (Ayan-ool Sam) The country is our life Delighted are our hearts Because we still live in the same way That we have always lived (Bady-Dorzhu Ondar) As long as our steppe exists As long as our taiga exists We remain here Until the end of days (All) If we want to remain true Tuvans We must always keep singing our khöömei If we let our voices sound We bring our people happiness — From what very, very little Tuvan I know, I’m pretty sure these lyrics are inaccurate. They don’t seem to correspond to the words being spoken. The translated lyrics were probably altered to sound good in Dutch. Translating them to English further confuses the point.

Michèle CASTELLENGO: PERCEPTION(S) DE LA VOIX CHANTÉE

Ecole d’été Sciences et voix chantée – Giens, 2009
Castellengo
– Michèle Castellengo
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PERCEPTION(S) DE LA VOIX CHANTÉE
par Michèle CASTELLENGO
L’exposé est articulé selon trois parties. Dans la
première nous rappelons les particularités
anatomiques et neuro-physiologique du système audit
if humain qui conditionnent la perception
auditive. Dans la deuxième partie nous exposons les
bases d’une approche cognitive «écologique»
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d’auditeurs communiquant au sein d’une société cult
urelle donnée. A la lumière de ces résultats et
tout en nous fondant sur l’analyse acoustique, nous
proposons des éléments d’interprétation de la
diversité des écoutes de la voix humaine et de cert
aines techniques vocales

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

Nergui GANZORIG’s demonstration of his personal technique of xoomij, Mongolian throat voice

Nergui GANZORIG’s demonstration of his personal technique of xoomij, Mongolian throat voice

Published on May 23, 2009

Nergui GANZORIG is one of the young great masters in Mongolia . Ass. Routes Nomades organized this workshop under Johanni Curtet’s idea in Rennes, 1st April 2009 Contact: info@routesnomades.fr

Dashdorj TSERENDAVA’s demonstration of his personal technique of throat voice xoomij, Mongolia

Dashdorj TSERENDAVA’s demonstration of his personal technique of throat voice xoomij, Mongolia

Published on May 23, 2009

D. TSERENDAVA is one of the great masters of xoomij throat voice in Mongolia . Ass.Routes Nomades organized this workshop under Johanni Curtet’s idea in Rennes, 1st April 2009 Contact: info@routesnomades.fr

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