TUVA—Kaigal-ool Khovalyg Tuvan throat singing performance—Khöömei Festival 1998 part 15

TUVA—Kaigal-ool Khovalyg Tuvan throat singing performance—Khöömei Festival 1998 part 15

79 views•Feb 9, 202130ShareSaveEnduring Voices & Endangered Languages 4.18K subscribers Tuvan musician Kaigal-ool Khovalyg performing for the 1998 Khöömei Festival musical competition in Kyzyl, Tuva. Research and videography by K. David Harrison. Funded by IREX.

TUVA—Shamans and Throat Singers, including Kongar-ool Ondar.

TUVA—Shamans and Throat Singers, including Kongar-ool Ondar.

335 views•Dec 30, 2020220ShareSaveEnduring Voices & Endangered Languages 4.18K subscribers Research and videography by K. David Harrison, as a member of the jury at the Khoomei Festival 1998 in Kyzyl, Republic of Tuva. Notable performers included: Kongar-ool Ondar, Kaigal-ool Khovalyg, David Shomfai Kara (Hungary), and artists from USA and Japan. 1020579 02

TUVA—Dávid Somfai Kara throat singing performance—Khöömei Festival 1998 part 19

TUVA—Dávid Somfai Kara throat singing performance—Khöömei Festival 1998 part 19

172 views•Feb 9, 202160ShareSaveEnduring Voices & Endangered Languages 4.18K subscribers Dávid Somfai Kara from Hungary performing at the 1998 Khöömei Festival musical competition in Kyzyl, Tuva. Research and videography by K. David Harrison. Funded by IREX.

Mergen Kuular – Khoomei at the Center of Asia 2017 – Tuvan Throat Singing Хоомей

Mergen Kuular – Khoomei at the Center of Asia 2017 – Tuvan Throat Singing Хоомей

136 views•Dec 18, 2020130ShareSaveMichael ibeam Cline 869 subscribers August 2017 Tuvan National Theater Kyzyl, Tuva, Russian Federation

Female Tuvan Throat Singing – Choduraa Tumat of Tyva Kyzy 2017

Female Tuvan Throat Singing – Choduraa Tumat of Tyva Kyzy 2017

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

Khoomei “Sygyt 2020” – Online Throat Singing Contest

Khoomei “Sygyt 2020” – Online Throat Singing Contest

469 views•Sep 6, 2020362ShareSaveRowan Hartsuiker 2.15K subscribers This was my submission for the first ever official Online Tuvan Throat Singing Contest “Sygyt 2020”, organized by the Tuvan Cultural Center, in Kyzyl, Tuva (Russia). In this contest it’s only allowed to sing the specific type of technique called “Sygyt” (in Mongolian we call this throat singing technique: “Isgeree”), which is a technique of khoomei (throat singing). I actually received an official award for my submission! With over 80 submissions from various countries, including Tuva and Mongolia, that was pretty awesome! In this video I demonstrate the following techniques: Sygyt (overtone throat singing), Sygyt Borbangnadyr (overtone throat singing with vibrato with tongue), Sygyt Ezengileer (overtone throat singing with combination of sound coming from mouth and nasal cavity). Accompanying myself on igil-style morin khuur. I hope you enjoy!

THE TUVANS – Buddhism, shamanism, throat singing, wrestlers, khuresh / Cultures of Russia

THE TUVANS – Buddhism, shamanism, throat singing, wrestlers, khuresh / Cultures of Russia

15,016 views•Feb 14, 20205336ShareSavePierre in Russia 1.08K subscribers Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pierreinrussia​ RUSSIANS IN KOMI – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSqd2…​ THE TELEUTS – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rjPU…​ Longhouse in Malaysia – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXguW…​ Hey! I am Pierre-Christian Brochet. I am French and for 25 years I have been crossing that huge country called Russia. What thrills me the most is the richness and variety of the cultures which are spread across the territory. That’s what I’m going to tell you about in very short films that portray one of the many faces of Russia’s cultures. Today I will tell you about the Tuva Republic. The harmony between nature and culture is what touches me the most in Tuva. Their customs and traditions: Khuresh, the throat singing, horse racings, and everywhere these sacred natural places covered with multi-colored pieces of fabric all of this gives a feeling of spirituality. Spirits seem to be still here, everywhere, even in the endless steppe with these remnants of tumulus. Meeting with the culture of Tuva, it is the feeling of complete change of horizons.