Altai Kai (Turkic Throat Singing)

Altai Kai (Turkic Throat Singing)

Published on Feb 11, 2017

Really it’s Turkic throat singing in this case, but since they are related steppe cultures I put two songs by Altai Kai (Мой народ/My People and Jебрен кай ла тунур/Ancient Kai Song) alongside a variety of Mongolian inspired imagery. Best viewed full-screen and in 1080p. Note: This is a fan made video and the art and music in this video are not related in any way to myself. Please support the artists by purchasing their original works.

The Altai band from Mongolia

The Altai band from Mongolia

Published on Oct 20, 2016

From Mongolia, Mongolian folk music, beautiful!

The stirring art of Mongolian throat singing

The stirring art of Mongolian throat singing

Published on Nov 23, 2017

The capabilities of a human body are sometimes beyond a brain’s imagination. For example, it’s hard for most people to believe the sound in the video above came from a human being rather than an instrument. That is because the singer is able to produce a continuous bass and simultaneously produce one or more pitches through his/her throat. That unique way of singing is known as khoomei, or hooliin chor (throat singing), an art of singing practiced by Mongolian communities in Inner Mongolia in northern China, Mongolia and the Russian republic of Tuva. It is also known as Tuvan throat singing in other cultures. This singing art was officially inscribed on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO in 2009. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvn… Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/de… Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalT… Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing

OLOID live performed by Christian Zehnder & Gregor Hilbe

OLOID live performed by Christian Zehnder & Gregor Hilbe

 

Published on Dec 1, 2013

OLOID zehnder / hilbe CD available on http://wwwoloid.li http://www.oloid.li More on OLOID Sculpture: http://paul-schatz.ch http://new-space-mountain.ch http://rhythming.net Sound-Design: Amadis Brugnoni Video: Thomas Radlwimmer – http://radlwimmer.at Lights: Sabine Wiesenbauer

Cascadescan – Mark van Tongeren

Cascadescan – Mark van Tongeren

Published on Jun 21, 2019

Complete concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhiMa… Live concert in the Oosterkerk, Amsterdam, Sunday 15/VII/2018. Poduced by Fusica / http://www.fusica.nl Video and audio recording and editing: Casper Steketee

MARK VAN TONGEREN sings 75 seconds in one breath with throat singing technique

MARK VAN TONGEREN sings 75 seconds in one breath with throat singing technique

Published on Apr 16, 2019

Can I sing sygyt (Tuvan throat singing) for one minute, in one breath.? That was my question today. Listen to find out if I made it. (Question 2: Can my iPhone 8 handle the complexities of a human voice that does not sound like a human voice? The answer is: no, you will hear several times it adjusts its calculations to compress the sound, rendering my voice a little louder or softer)

 

The Ouroboros Concert (Sinan Arat / Mark van Tongeren)

The Ouroboros Concert (Sinan Arat / Mark van Tongeren)

Published on Nov 2, 2018

Sinan Arat (ney, voice) and Mark van Tongeren (voice, overtone singing, Jew’s harp, sruti box, bendir) meet for the very time and look for overlaps in their repertoires. Registration of a live concert in the Oosterkerk, Amsterdam, Sunday 15/VII/2018. Produced by Fusica / http://www.fusica.nl Playlist: 00:00 Ekmelia/Yörel (Mark van Tongeren) 03:21 Segah Taksim (Modal Improvisation on ney) (Sinan Arat) 05:42 Bass Brass (Jew’s harp) (Mark van Tongeren) 08:59 Segah Hymn Bana seni gerek seni (Music: Anonymous Lyrics: Yunus Emre (1238 – 1320) (Sinan Arat) 13:19 Voice of Bendir (Mark van Tongeren) 18:00 Cascadescan (Mark van Tongeren) 21:45 Human Condition (vocal improvisation) (Sinan Arat & Mark van Tongeren) 25:25 You Am (voice and sruti box) Mark van Tongeren) 34:00 Muhayyer Kurdi Taksim ( Modal Improvisation) 38:50 Muhayyer Hymn Uyan ey gozlerim (music: Ali Ufki Bey) (Sinan Arat) 41:09 Variations on the Yakut Khomus (Siberian Jew’s harp) (Mark van Tongeren) 46:35 Unknown Territories (Overtone singing and ney) (Sinan Arat & Mark van Tongeren) 53:35 Ah nice bir Uyursun Uyanmaz Misin (music: anonymous; lyrics: Yunus Emre) (Sinan Arat & Mark van Tongeren 55:50 Huseyni Hymn “Severim Ben Seni” (music: Anonymous; lyrics: Yunus Emre) (Sinan Arat & Mark van Tongeren) Video and audio recording and editing: Casper Steketee Thanks to Nanny Roed Lauridsen and The Oosterkerk, Amsterdam and to Fons Elders, part of the ouroboros phenomenon, for title suggestions. Produced by Fusica http://www.fusica.nl