Altai Kai II (Turkic Throat Singing)

Altai Kai II (Turkic Throat Singing)

Ungern Sternberg 29K subscribers Two tunes by the group Altai Kai (Кай кожонг and Jерим) set alongside imagery inspired by the various steppe cultures (Turkic, Mongol, etc.) Best viewed full-screen and in 1080p. Note: This is a fan made video and the art and music in this video are not related in any way to myself. Please support the artists by purchasing their original works.

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Kara-Suu. Altai throat singing

Kara-Suu. Altai throat singing

333,983 views•Nov 6, 2019 16K 122 Share SaveВЕК 118K subscribers “Kara-Suu” (Spring water) Danil Dangeev, Alan Samoev, Ezenday Balbin November 2019, Altai, Russia. (Live sound) Lyrics : Мёнкунен аккан Кара-Суу Ичеримде jакшызын, Мёш буркеген Алтайым Jурегимде jаражын. Табырап аккан Кара-Суу Ичеримде jакшызын, Тал буркеген Алтайда Jуреримде jакшызын. Тайганан аккан Кара-Суу Ичеримде jакшызын, Таш jабынган тайгалар Кёрёримде jaражын “Altai Throat Singing” by Altyn Tuu

Горловое и обертонное пение народов мира / Throat and overtone singing of the peoples of the world

Горловое и обертонное пение народов мира / Throat and overtone singing of the peoples of the world

3,451 views•Mar 30, 2019 303 0 Share SaveГорловое пение и Варган 221 subscribers Макс Видишев проводит уроки по горловому, обертонному пению, а также уроки, посвященные раскрытию голоса. Сам Макс поёт тувинским горловым пением и обертонным пением уже более десяти лет, из которых преподает пять. Занятия проходят индивидуально и в группах. Также доступны уроки онлайн. Основная цель занятий не просто научиться петь определенным видом горлового пения, но и найти свой уникальный тембр голоса, который гармонизирует взаимодействие человека с самим собой и окружающим его миром. Во время прохождения обучения предоставляются все необходимые материалы – книги, видео- и аудиозаписи. Если вы, также как и мы, фанаты горлового и обертонного пения, присоединяйтесь к нам в социальных сетях. По вопросам обучения или организации семинаров, связывайтесь с нами по ссылкам ниже. ◆Facebook:… ◆Instagram:… ◆ВК: e-mail: тел.: +380672949650 +380997589053 Информация для подготовки видео взята из открытых источников. Некоторые фрагменты подготовлены с помощью книг О.Диксона. Ссылки на видео, которые были использованы для создания фильма:

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5 fantastic throat singers from Russia (VIDEO)

5 fantastic throat singers from Russia (VIDEO)

Culture Jan 30 2020 Anna Sorokina Alex Kuular

Folk music is not boring (and neither is it sad). And the ethno ‘hits’ of the following musicians from Siberia and the Urals even get young people into the groove at parties, and not only in Russia.

Have you ever heard of the khoomei throat singing technique? It’s an indigenous form of singing widespread among the peoples of Altai and Mongolia. The uniqueness of the technique lies in producing not one but two pitches from the larynx (voice box) simultaneously, usually imitating nature – from the sound of the howling wind and rustling foliage, to the cries of cranes and the bellowing of bulls. Contemporary Altai musicians often use khoomei in their songs and also create cover versions of Western rock hits, mixing folk and dance music.

1. Alex Kuular

The musician from the Tuva Republic makes cool remixes of popular hits – just listen to his version of Numb by rock band Linkin Park!

“I like making mixes with throat singing and creating something new – not just cover versions, but original songs. Throat singing is a very significant part of our people’s culture,” he told Russian media.

And here is his cover version of the song Rolling in the Deep by Adele.

In addition, Alex gives masterclasses on the technique of throat singing on his YouTube channel. Very useful for anyone who wants to give it a try!

2.  Huun-Huur-Tu

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In the Tuvan language, the band’s name means “sunlight splitting into many diverging rays in the clouds”. They perform Altai folk music using the throat singing technique to the accompaniment of traditional musical instruments, including a shaman’s buben [drum]. It is one of the best known Russian ethno bands in the world. 

3. Tyurgen Kam

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He is known as “the shaman DJ”. Tyurgen from Chelyabinsk is indeed a hereditary shaman and performs traditional rituals. He also often performs electronic dance music mixed with ethnic melodies, throat singing and his own frantic energy on music platforms in the Urals. Dance, everyone!

4. Chyltys Tannagasheva


Female throat singers are incredibly rare. Chyltys is self-taught. She had narrators of epic folktales in the family, so singing is a kind of continuation of that family tradition for her.

“For me it is a physical need, not some personal desire; it is something that is born inside me and is beyond my control,” she says.

She sings about her people and culture. She also writes the lyrics and the music herself. Incidentally, the name in her passport is Olga, but, after she was involved in a road accident, she adopted the name Chyltys, which means “star” in the Shor language (spoken by Shors, an ethnic minority in Siberia – RB).

5. Dobrynya Satin

Dobrynya Satin

The musician from Gorno-Altaysk named after the Russian bogatyr (Eng; “heroic warrior”) Dobrynya performs music based on traditional epic Altai tales. “My instrument is called the topshur, which is usually associated with the kaichi – a narrator of epic Altai folktales. The topshur helps the storyteller go into a kind of trance. We have very long epic tales. Prior to narrating them, a performer asks the instrument to help him and then the topshur carries them away to another world,” Dobrynya Satin once said in a documentary about the indigenous Altai peoples.

Just listen to how khoomei sounds in Dobrynya’s contemporary interpretation!

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Слово Баатыра. Горловое пение / The word of Baatyr. Throat singing

The word of Baatyr. Throat singing /

Слово Баатыра. Горловое пение

Ajoutée le 19 juin 2019

Данил Данжеев, Алан Самоев, Эзендей Балбин Июнь 2019, Горный Алтай “Баатырдыҥ сӧӧзи” (слово Баатыра) (Живой звук / Live sound) Текст песни / Lyrics : Кеен чӱмдӱ бу Алтайда, Кебис jараш бу jалаҥда, Ак тайганыҥ эдегинде, Ак талайдыҥ jарадында Тегин эмес jӱрӱм jӱрген Баатырыс jуртаган. Ары кӧрзӧ, андый эмес, Бери кӧрзӧ, мындый эмес, Ары кӧрзӧ – айудый, Бери кӧрзӧ – бӧрӱдий, Коркор сӧс ол билбес Баатырыс jуртаган. Алтайынаҥ алкышту: Аткан огы чике тийер, Эткен эдим эптӱзи Минген ады jаражы, Айткан сӧзи чечени. Угыгар, угыгар, угыгар! Калганчыда баатыр айткан: “Келер-келер бу чактарда Кебис jараш бу jалаҥда, Кеен чӱмдӱ бу Алтайда Кубулар, кубулар, jӱрӱмис! Алтайыма чак келер, Албатыбыс азып jӱрер, Ачу корон суу ичип, Албатым астыгар Алтайда, Алтайда, Алтайда! Кижи, кижи, оҥдошпой, Jаҥ блаажып согужар. ӧскӧ калык ол келип, ӧскӧ jаҥ га ӱредер. ӱредер, ӱредер, ӱредер! Качан бирде Алтайга Алтай баатыр уул келер. Албатыбыс ойгонып, Алтай jаҥын бирлик билип, Jаранар ,jаранар, jӱрӱмис
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Алтайское горловое пение / Altai throat singing

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Altai Throat-Singers

Altai Throat-Singers

Published on Dec 5, 2011

Altai throat-singing is traditionally used to accurately convey oral history by transmitting images into the audience’s minds with sound. Three different types of throat-singing are demonstrated in this piece — normal range with overtone, a base drone, and a whistle-like overtone. Music by the student’s folk music group “Echo,” sponsored by the ethnocultural center “Sacred Altai,” directed by Svetlana Shatrovna Katynova. These talented young Altai musicians are, against great odds, dedicating their lives to the renaissance of sacred Altai culture through the art of throat-singing. The men are playing traditional Altai instruments called the topshur, which has two strings. The two women are playing mouth-harps called homuz.