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.

The Beauty of Mongolian Throat Singing

The Beauty of Mongolian Throat Singing

The Beauty of Mongolian Throat Singing

164,870 views•Dec 6, 2018 3.5K 35 Share SaveGreat Big Story 4.85M subscribers 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: https://www.genesis.com/ SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb#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

Festival Harmonie des Steppes – Institut boudhiste Karma Ling – 20/22 mai 2016

Festival Harmonie des Steppes – Institut boudhiste Karma Ling – 20/22 mai 2016

337 views•Feb 24, 2017 7 0 Share SaveJean-François CASTELL 761 subscribers Dans le cadre de la tournée et la sortie du disque « Anthologie du khöömii mongol et du tournage du documentaire « VOYAGE EN DIPHONIE » http://voyageendiphonie.com Festival Harmonie des Steppes – Institut boudhiste Karma Ling – 20/22 mai 2016 Programmation Johanni Curtet & Nomindari Shagdarsuren Musique :” Temeen jingiin tsuvaa,” enregistré au Musée des Confluences, Lyon N. Sengedorj B. Odsüren – R. Davaajav – D. Tserendavaa – E. Toivgoo – B. Papizan N. Ganzorig – B. Amartüvshin D. Batsükh – P. Ösökhjargal Kh. Erdenetsetseg N. Khulan Conférenciers : Marc Alaux, Isabelle Charleux, Roberte Hamayon Expositions : Olivier Gassies, Delphine Deshayes, Battulga Dashdor Projections : Laetitia Merli, Christophe Boula, J.ean-François Castell Siestes musicales : Martin Dubois et Thrita Meïkhâneh : Maria Laurent, Milad Pasta, Uuganbaatar Tsend-Ochir http://www.routesnomades.frhttp://lesfilmsdurocher.wix.com/docum…http://detoursdebabel.fr/HARMONIE-DES…http://www.rimay.net

Chant Chaman diaphonique puissant.

Chant Chaman diaphonique puissant.

570 views•Jan 26, 2020 10 0 Share SaveLes Rendez-vous de l’étrange 1.85K subscribers – Chant Chaman diaphonique puissant – Cette musique relaxante a pour but de rétablir la concentration et l’équilibre psychologique. Le chant diphonique a également été utilisé dans le but de diminuer la douleur physique, l’anxiété, la fatigue, les troubles respiratoires.