How to Throat Sing With 3 Easy Steps (Kargyraa Style)
109,610 views•Sep 9, 20207.1K34ShareSaveHachapuri 2.14K subscribers Hello! Recently on Reddit, I posted a poll about which video I should make: https://www.reddit.com/r/Hordecore/ Taking the votes into account, also interests of my friends who wanted to learn Mongolian throat singing, I present you “how to throat sing in 3 easy steps!” =) It might take some dedication to get it better, it could be a bit challenging for girls but personally, I’ve seen a live show of a Tuvan woman, musician, and artist Sainkho, who can do a few forms of this culture. Another person was a female student I met a few years ago. She used to learn how to play morin khuur with a few boys when she was young, the boys were learning khoomei. They teased her that she can’t sing it because she is a girl, so she got irritated and practiced morin khuur with khoomei at home. After some time, it seems she was able to sing as well as any other person. There is another woman who can sing it as well, she plays in Tuvan folk-rock band Yat-Kha 🙂 In any case, let me know in the comments below if you have questions or ideas. Oh, one detail I forgot to mention in the video is that this type of singing is specifically called “kargyraa”. The other one is called “isgeree”(or sygyt in Tuvan) is quite difficult to learn, I still haven’t mastered it fully. The intro music was done originally by ElectroKaplosion – coffin dance music with Mongolian theme, a super cool dude, check out his channel 😀 – https://www.youtube.com/user/ElectroK… If you liked the content and if you wish to support this channel for further video, please do give this man a helping hand 😀 Paypal: email@example.com Bitcoin: 1ADx4AKFdSfawk8ZS9qKz4h3iTZjTFU4LX Ethereum: 0x33e22F604641F2D2e9d6A1F887fc9A3aC13fa065 Some of you might have noticed the beginning, it was a parody of NigaHiga’s videos of “How to be …” series whuaha. I hope you enjoyed the video and please do subscribe and share it with friends if possible =) Thank you! ❤️ #Хөөмий
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TUVA—Kaigal-ool Khovalyg Tuvan throat singing performance—Khöömei Festival 1998 part 15
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TUVA—Shamans and Throat Singers, including Kongar-ool Ondar.
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TUVA—Dávid Somfai Kara throat singing performance—Khöömei Festival 1998 part 19
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175 views•Dec 16, 202080ShareSaveMichael ibeam Cline 869 subscribers Tuvan throat singing isn’t just for men. Here is Choduraa Tumat singing beautifully and playing the byzanchii while competing at the Xoomei in the Center of Asia Festival. Tuvan Cultural Center Kyzyl, Tuva, Russian Federation 15 August 2017