Womad 2013 live session – Throat singers Huun Huur Tu perform Morgul

Womad 2013 live session – Throat singers Huun Huur Tu perform Morgul

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Womad 2013 live session – Throat singers Huun Huur Tu perform Morgul Subscribe to Guardian Music here: http://bit.ly/138dSZu Known as the keepers of the throat-singing flame, Huun Huur Tu hail from Tuva, a Russian Federation republic on the Mongolian border. They chiefly play traditional Tuvan instruments, and their name means ‘sunbeams’. In this performance, recorded backstage at the Womad festival last month, they play their song Morgul using only their voices

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Ethnomusicologist, composer and vietnamese traditional musician

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