How to do Mongolian Throat Singing (Tuvan / Tibetan / Didgeridoo)

How to do Mongolian Throat Singing (Tuvan / Tibetan / Didgeridoo)

757,357 views•Feb 26, 2012 8.1K 1.9K Share SaveThe Chris Lapakko – The King of Earned Media 6.9K subscribers One time donation – https://www.paypal.me/thechrislapakko Become a patron – https://www.patreon.com/TheExperiment Follow me on Twitter – @TheChrisLapakko Like me on Facebook – Facebook.com/TheRealChrisLapakko Someone sent me this message a while back. I’m sorry for my cultural ignorance. It is NOT Tibetan!!!! IT IS MONGOLIAN! Throat singing came from Mongolia! It irritates the fuck out of me when people say Tuvan or Tibetan. It’s like saying to Russian that they are Polish just because they are similar race, which is slavic people. Tuvan people actually do practice throat singing most commonly although they go by Russian ethnic group. But definitely not Tibetan tho!!! You’re probably confusing with Tibetan monks chant because they are sound similar.

Author: tranquanghai1944

Ethnomusicologist, composer and vietnamese traditional musician

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