Amazing Grace by Tuvan Throat Singer at the 2009 Lowell Folk Festival

Amazing Grace by Tuvan Throat Singer at the 2009 Lowell Folk Festival

6,172 views•Jul 26, 2009 52 0 Share SaveLeroy743 6 subscribers An unique rendition of Amazing Grace at the 2009 Lowell Folk Festival. A Tuvan throat singer, here singing alone, but part of a larger group, Alash, gives his version of Amazing Grace, and the blues and gospel singers join him. Pretty impressive. The throat singer actually picked up the Amazing Grace melody from hearing the group do it right before him. The voice is amazing as it sounds like two instruments playing at once. http://www.alashensemble.com/

Canto difonico Tuvano – Khoomei (Tuvan Throat singing – Overtone singing))

Canto difonico Tuvano – Khoomei (Tuvan Throat singing – Overtone singing))

Giovanni Bortoluzzi 1,53 k abonnés Ayan-Ool Sam performing a solo in Khoomei style. He’s also using an ornament called “byrlang”, which consists in a lip-tremolo effect, causing the 2nd or 3rd harmonic to vibrate independently, while the singer sings a melody with the upper harmonics. In fact, byrlang means “to quiver” in Tuvan language. Visit http://www.alashensemble.com

Alash – “For My Son”

Alash – “For My Son”

WYCC PBS Chicago 5,99 k abonnés Masters of traditional Tuvan instruments as well as the art of throat singing, Alash is deeply committed to traditional Tuvan music and culture. Alash “can transport you to another dimension, lift you to new levels of consciousness, or otherwise blow your mind…” -V.O.I.C.E.S. , 11 june 2013

Tuvan Throat Singing Workshop with the Alash Ensemble

Tuvan Throat Singing Workshop with the Alash Ensemble

TravelTuva 501 abonnés The Alash Ensemble gives a Tuvan Throat Singing workshop and performance at The University of Texas in Austin during the 4th University of Texas Tuvan Throat Singing Symposium. Visit http://www.traveltuva.com to learn more about throat singing and how to visit Tuva and study with the masters.

Alash – “My Throat Solo”

Alash – “My Throat Solo”

4,84 k abonnés

Masters of traditional Tuvan instruments as well as the art of throat singing, Alash is deeply committed to traditional Tuvan music and culture. Alash “can transport you to another dimension, lift you to new levels of consciousness, or otherwise blow your mind…” -V.O.I.C.E.S.

Alash – Alash Album (Full)

Alash – Alash Album (Full)

Ajoutée le 9 août 2017

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/semih.ipek/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/semih.ipek.547 Twitter: https://twitter.com/semih0209Alahs (2007) Bady-Dorzhu Ondar – Vocals, igil, guitar, bayan Ayan-ool Sam – Vocals, doshpuluur, igil Mai-ool Sedip – Vocals, byzaanchy, limpi Ayan Shirizhik – Vocals, kengirge, shyngyrash, murgu, igil Alash
Track List (16 tracks)
1. Alash (00:00)
2. Bashtak-la Deesh Meni Kanchaar? (I’m a Joker) (03:04)
3. Manchürek (05:11)
4. Karachal (07:48)
5. Ezengileer (10:26)
6. Oitulaash Xeveri (12:09)
7. Daam Dözü (16:45)
8. Sygyt Yrym Salyp Berein (21:41)
9. Bady’s Solo (24:31)
10. Ene-Sai (27:55)
11. Borbangnadyr (32:15)
12. Dyngyldai (34:11)
13. Chaghatai (36:33)
14. Chavydak (40:54)
15. Dekei-oo and Saiyzyral (42:22)
16. Subudai (44:16)

Alash – Buura (Full Album)

Alash – Buura (Full Album)

Ajoutée le 9 oct. 2017

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/semih.ipek/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/semih.ipek.547 Twitter: https://twitter.com/semih0209 Buura (2011) Nachyn Choodu Bady-Dorzhu Ondar Ayan-ool Sam Ayan Shirizhik Victor Wooten (guest artist)
Complete Track List 1. Yrlaazhyyly (Let’s Sing) [0:00]
2. My Throat, the Ediski [04:24]
3. Ediskileer Angchy-la Men (solo by Nachyn Choodu) [07:24]
4. Ondar Girls [10:04]
5. Xomustar [13:58]
6. Xöngnüm Bile Salyp Berein (solo by Bady-Dorzhu Ondar) [17:51]
7. Tractor Drivin’ Woman [25:10]
8. Kosh-oi and Torgalyg [29:31]
9. Sygyt in the style of Maxim Dakpai (solo by Ayan-ool Sam) [35:16]
10. Bai-Taiga [38:40]
11. The Reindeer Herder’s Song [47:21]
12. Murgu Solo by Ayan Shirizhik [51:46]
13. Buura (with guest artist Victor Wooten) [54:14]