Mongolian Throat Singing Khuumei (Khoomei) ” Mt. KHARKHIRAA” (Techno)

Mongolian Throat Singing Khuumei (Khoomei) ” Mt. KHARKHIRAA” (Techno)

Published on Dec 21, 2012

Khoomii Mongolian Throat Song “Mountain Kharkhiraa” (Techno) “Altan Orgil” Mongolian Ethnic Music Band by singer Zorigoo. Mongolian music and dance. Mongolian khuumei or mongolian khoomei. Throat Song & Throat Singing.

The Beauty of Mongolian Throat Singing

The Beauty of Mongolian Throat Singing

Great Big Story

Published on Dec 6, 2018

One of the world’s oldest musical forms, throat singing is a stunning physical feat in which performers use precise movements of the mouth, larynx and jaw to create multiple notes simultaneously. For Mendbayar, throat singing is more than a technically impressive performance style; it’s a source of profound happiness and a way to share the beauty of his native Mongolia. When he’s not performing for audiences across Europe and Asia, he’s training the next generation at his International Throat Singing School in Ulaanbaatar. This Great Big Story was inspired by Genesis: SUBSCRIBE: #Singing #Throat #Mongolia This story is a part of our Human Condition series. Come along and let us connect you to some of the most peculiar, stirring, extraordinary, and distinctive people in the world. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: Make our acquaintance on Facebook: Give us a shout on Twitter: Come hang with us on Vimeo: Visit our world directly:


Traditional Mongolian Song “Four Mountains” by throat singer Zagd-Ochir

Traditional Mongolian Song “Four Mountains” by throat singer Zagd-Ochir

Published on Jan 28, 2017

Music is an integral part of Mongolian culture. Among the unique contributions of Mongolia to the world’s musical culture are the long songs, overtone singing and morin khuur, the horse-headed fiddle. The music of Mongolia is also rich with varieties related to the different ethnic groups of the country: Oirat, Hotogoid, Tuva, Darhad, Buryat, Tsaatan, Dariganga, Uzemchin, Barga, Kazakh and Khalha.