MAKIGAMI&MONGUN-OOL in Kyzyl, 2011

MAKIGAMI&MONGUN-OOL in Kyzyl

Published on Mar 26, 2011

トゥバ日本友好協会主催のコンサートが、トゥバ共和国の首都クズルのДНТのシアターで3月18日に行われた。 東日本大地震直後に日本を出発した巻上公一一行は、トゥバ国民に大きな印象を残した。トゥバ大統領は、日本に惜しみない支援をすると約束。 舞台は、MAKIGAMI Koichi(left)とOndar Mongun-oolのDuoである。 巻上は、尺八をヴォイスパフォーマンスとして使っている。
Un concert organisé par l’Association d’amitié Tuva Japon s’est tenu le 18 mars au théâtre de ДНТ, la capitale de la République de Tuba. Kuichi Muroko, qui a quitté le Japon peu après le séisme survenu dans l’est du Japon, a laissé une forte impression sur le peuple tuba. Le président Tuba a promis d’apporter un soutien généreux au Japon. La scène est MAKIGAMI Koichi (à gauche) et Ondar Mongun-ool Duo. J’utilise shakuhachi comme une performance vocale pour le volume.

モングンオール・オンダール スグット – Monguniol · Ondal Sugut

モングンオール・オンダール スグット

Monguniol · Ondal Sugut

Published on Jul 29, 2013

2013年6月9日(日) ヴァレリー・モングーシュさんの60歳記念コンサート会場で歌う モングンオール・オンダール。 照明の色が変わりすぎなので、あえて白黒にしました。 是非2013年9月の来日をチェック!!
June 9, 2013 (Sunday) Magnoliol-Ondahl singing at the 60-year-old concert venue of Valery Mongoos. Since the color of lighting changes too much, I dare made it black and white. Please check the arrival in September 2013!

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Universe

DELHII

Universe

Ref: FSD6966


Price: £29.99

A kind of Mongolian chill out mixing traditional and electronic music. The band was formed by M.Bold and G.Onon in 2013, who are both well known in Monglolia as producers and songwriters. Watch the video to the very catchy Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah.

1. Universe 2. Sun 3. Water 4. Wind 5. Steppe 6. Spring 7. Mountains 8. Inspiration 9. Sky 10. Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah WATCH VIDEO


Collection of Huumii and Morin Huur Performances

BATTUGS OYUNBILEG

Collection of Huumii and Morin Huur Performances

Ref: FSD6952


Price: £29.99

One of Mongolia’s best known players of morin khuur, which he plays in both traditional and modern settings as on this CD. Battungs Oyunbileg has peformed in many countries around the world.

1. Melody of the morin khuur 2. Faraway mirage 3. Waltz 4. Menuetto 5. Serenada 6. Hungarian Dance 7. Melody for morin khuur quartet No.1 8. The legend of the running camel 9. Chinggis khaanii magtaal 10. Eeven goliin ursgal 11. Solgan of the 4 Oirad 12. Thank you


Gekka No Ether

KOICHI MAKIGAMI

Gekka No Ether

Ref: FSD3152


Price: £22.99

Koichi Makigami is one of the strange breed of Japanese hoomi (throat) singers. He also plays the theremin and this unusual album is based on the theme of the moon and ether. 11 tracks including a traditional song from Tuva.


Hodood

URNA

Hodood

Ref: FSD2334


Price: £19.99

Superb album by an exceptional singer. Born into a family of livestock farmers in the southwest of Inner Mongolia, Urna’s formative years were ingrained with a feeling of the endless expanse of the steppe, raised among horses and sheep and head-high grass and sand dunes. She learned traditional Mongolian songs from her grandmother and parents, and still today collects songs and stories from the elder singers of her homeland. She studied yangqin (Chinese dulcimer) at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, where she joined Robert Zollitsch’s Gaoshan Liushui ensemble as the featured singer. She still collaborates today with Robert including on this album. Urna’s music mixes elements of Mongolian folk with a variety of other influences to create an original and fresh sound. At the centre, is always her voice, improvising, soaring and striking in its range and beauty.

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Mongolia

NAMJILIIN NOROVBANZAD

Mongolia

Ref: FSD1697


Price: £23.99

Namjilin Norovbanzad has an extraordinary voice. Singing urtiin duu, or long song, and bogino duu, meaning short song, her voice is piercing, powerful.Trouble is, this is a bit much over a whole CD. She is joined by instruments including morin khuur, with 2 it’s strings and the hair of it’s bow made from horsehair. Move any valuable glasses out the way before listening.

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Yilana

YILANA

Yilana

Ref: FSD2655


Price: £23.99

Yilana is young female morin huur (horse head fiddle) player from Inner Mongolia. On her first album she plays and sings Mongolian traditional songs and her own original tunes. On this accomplished album she is accompanied by a Japanese keyboard player.


Eternal Horizon

YILANA

Eternal Horizon

Ref: FSD4018


Price: £23.99

Yilana was born in Inner Mongolia in 1987 and plays the morin khuur (horsehead fiddle) and sings. The traditional sounds are accompanied by keyboards and a string section into a kind of pop/trad sound bordering on new age. 11 tracks.


Taigam - My Taiga

TARBAGAN

Taigam – My Taiga

Ref: FSD1696


Price: £23.99

Tuvan and Mongolian tunes and songs by two Japanese musicians, Masahiko Todoriki and Haruhiko Saga complete with throat singing and traditionalTuvan instrurments. They include somesongs from northern Japan, Ainu jew’s harp and even Irish influences, to make this an interesting and recommended album. Comes with useful English liner notes.

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Tarbagan Rises On The Earth

TARBAGAN

Tarbagan Rises On The Earth

Ref: FSD1695


Price: £23.99

Tarbagan is the duo of Masahiko Todoriki a Tuva (khoomi) style throat singer and Haruhiko Saga who plays the Morin Khuur and sings in the Mongolian throat tradition. In 1998 the team won the guest division and placed second overall at Unesco’s khoomi contest. This CD contains traditional songs from Tuva, Mongolia and Japan.

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WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE THROAT SINGING SOCIETY ,JAPAN

Welcome to the web site of


Sapporo, Japan.
Since 1992

[ 日本語ページ ]

[ English page ]


[ SAGA Haruhiko ]


嵯峨 治彦 SAGA Haruhiko
thro@sings.jp

http://tarbagan.net/nodo/

 

TARBAGAN : Throat-Singing Audio Clips

Throat-Singing Audio Clips

Here is the Japanese version of this page.


Please listen. This is the throat-singing!

  • Tuvan “Khoomei” (184KB)
    • After some normal singing, it starts.
  • Mongolian “Khoomii” (377KB)
    • Sings to the accompaniment of a “Yoochin”, a Mongolian dulcimer.

      1994, Sapporo

  • Japanese throat-singing #1 (62KB)
    • My attempt! After 2 years of practice….
  • Japanese throat-singing #2 (122KB)
    • And again… after 3 years of practice….
  • Japanese throat-singing #3 (280KB)
    • I tried some Tuvan flavor.
  • Japanese throat-singing #4 (288KB)
    • With my morin khuur that the TSS imported from Mongolia.
      This instrument is sometimes called “horse-head fiddle” in English. You can not see the horse head of my morin khuur in this photo because it is behind the human head.
      Traditional Music Festival (TMF) 1996 in Sapporo.

      Mr. Ganbold often throat-sings playing his morin khuur. (Though his morin khuur has no horse head, it is called morin khuur.)
      For the beginners like me, this perfomance style is great. One reason is it looks SO COOL. The other is, the sound of the morin khuur kind-of hides the voice and makes audience recognize the melody of the flute-like sound far easily. (Of course Mr. Ganbold does not need to think this kind of small things…)
      At the TMF, I tried 3 styles of throat-singing. 2 traditional types and one “falsetto” style. This sound file is short one that contains just one style recorded after TMF.

  • “falsetto” throat-singing(75KB)
    • A new style? Or a variety of “nose” khoomii? It’s very easy to do this.

SAGA Haruhiko thro@sings.jp

http://tarbagan.net/nodo/av/ts.html

TARBAGAN : How To THROAT-SING

How To THROAT-SING

Japanese page

 

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TARBAGAN


Here we do our best to explain the method for throat-singing. You’ll find that basic throat-singing can be mastered surprisingly easily. So have a go!
To improve your throat-singing, vocalization and mouth-shaping should be mastered through trial and error. It’s a bit like learning to ride a bicycle (success only comes after many falls, right?)
Go for it, Dude/Babe, Boys ‘n’ Girls! Be ambitious!

You’ll soon be a throat-singer!


 


http://tarbagan.net/nodo/how/how.html

 

 

Tran Quang Hai, Sven Gravunder, Wolfgang Saus on Voice Conference at University of Aachen 2003

tran quang hai, sven gravunder, wolfgang saus on voice conference at university of aachen 2003. photo

Tran Quang Hai, Sven Gravunder, Wolfgang Saus on Voice Conference at University of Aachen 2003. Photo