Hunnu Guren – Batzorig Vaanchig & Auli

Hunnu Guren – Batzorig Vaanchig & Auli

4,913,279 views•Oct 4, 2018119K1.3KShareSaveAuliEtnotranss 38.9K subscribers Throat singing from Mongolia & Bagpipe and Drum music from Latvia Music: Batzorig Vaanchig Lyrics: Batzorig Vaanchig Arrangement: Kaspars Barbals, Mārtiņš Miļevskis, Edgars Krūmiņš, Gatis Valters Director: Kaspars Barbals Camera: Gatis Indrevics, Edgars Grundsteins Video editing: Kaspars Barbals, Gatis Indrevics Color correction: Gatis Indrevics Music recorded at N11 studio by Tuvshinjargal Bayaraa and Kaspars Barbals, Studija Lauska by Kaspars Barbals Special thanks to: Culture management centre Lauska Juris Zalans, Daina Zalane State Culture Capital Foundation (SCCF) DJI Latvia & Reinis Purvens Andris Stefans Lauris Volfs Mareks Motte Mārtiņš Lūsis Lyrics: Хүннү гүрэн Төв азийн элэгнээс Дэлхийн талыг эзлэхдээ Хүлэг сайн морьдын туурайнд Тэнгэр газрыг ниргүүлж Энэ орчлон замбуутивийн Түүхийн хуудсыг эргүүлж Хүннү гүрний нүүдлийн цуваа Өдөр шөнөгүй хөвөрсөөр Тэнгис далайг гаталсаар Газрын холыг туулсаар Гол мөрнийг гэтэлсээр Улс гүрнийг эзэлсээр Empire of Hunnu When conquering the world From the heart of Asia When conquering half of the World From the heart of Asia Made the sky and earth thunder Under the hooves of great horses Made the pages of history Of this world turn Nomadic caravan of Hunnu Empire Travels day and night Crosses sea and ocean Travels over far distance Crosses the rivers Conquers kingdoms and states “Senču balsis” ir bungu un dūdu mūzikas grupas Auļi jaunā koncertprogramma, sadarbībā ar māksliniekiem no dažādām pasaules valstīm. Auļi ir devušies pasaulē, lai satiktos un iepazītos ar dziedātājiem, kuri pārstāv senas un neparastas dziedāšanas tradīcijas un tehnikas. Šoreiz uzmanība pievērsta jaudīgām vīriešu balsīm, kas raksturo kādu reģionu. Skaņdarbos pazīstamu izpildītāju dziedājums no ģeogrāfiski atšķirīgām vietām ir sapludināts ar Auļu latviešu muzikālajās tradīcijās balstīto spēcīgo instrumentālo mūziku, radot iespaidīgu pasaules mūzikas programmu. Kā pirmo koncerta viesi Auļi atklāj rīkles dziedātāju no Mongolijas Batzorig Vaanchig. Lai saglabātu intrigu, pārējie 3 mākslinieki tiks atklāti pakāpeniski. “Esam iepazinuši vairākus senu dziedāšanas tradīciju pārstāvjus, noskaidrojuši kā šīs balsis sasaucās ar bungām un dūdām, kā arī kā tās skan kopā ar latviešu tautas dziesmām. Aicinām jūs auļot kopā ar mums šajā aizraujošajā un krāsainajā ceļojumā!” Auļi “Voices of the Ancestors” is a new concert programme by the drum and bagpipe group Auļi in collaboration with musicians from various countries around the world. Auļi have travelled far and wide to meet singers representing ancient and unusual singing traditions and techniques. This time the group has focused on powerful men’s voices that characterise a specific region. Performances by well-known singers from various geographical regions merge with the Auļi’s powerful instrumental music based in Latvian traditional music, creating an impressive programme of world music. Auļi’s first guest in concert is Mongolian throat singer Batzorig Vaanchig. In order to preserve the intrigue, the names of the other three musicians will be announced in due time. “We’ve become acquainted with several representatives of ancient singing traditions and discovered how these voices meld with drums and bagpipes as well as with Latvian folk songs. We invite you to come along with us on this exciting and memorable journey!” Auļi For more music from Batzorig Vaanchig please visit his official youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7iO…

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Hunnu Guren

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Auļi

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Senču Balsis / Voices of the Ancestors

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Author: tranquanghai1944

Ethnomusicologist, composer and vietnamese traditional musician

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