ISHKINNER – Ишкиннер by CHODURAA TUMAT, TUVA

ISHKINNER – Ишкиннер

Choduraa Tumat 11 abonnés Ishkinner is the traditional song by known traditional singer Ak Nachyn (Ondar Chamyyang) who had been lived in areas of the two Ishkin rivers. Choduraa Tumat grow up with listening this song by her sister’s family who had been living in Ishkin. This song was started to be performed publicly in 2000 by Choduraa Tumat with Tyva Kyzy Ensemble. Music sound of this song was recorded in the studio of the Tuvan Culture Center in September 2019, by Chingis Sorzhu.

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

Gennadi Tumat ‎– Alys Churtum Övür Charyy – My Homeland Övür – Full Album

Gennadi Tumat ‎– Alys Churtum Övür Charyy – My Homeland Övür – Full Album

Semih İpek 4,16 k abonnés Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/semih.ipek/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/semih.ipek.547 Twitter: https://twitter.com/semih0209 Netherlands, PAN Records ‎– PAN 2090 (1 October 2000) 1 Initially 2 Bodalymnyng Kozhangnary 3 Khööküi Noyan 4 Ulug-khemim, Sayan, Tangdym 5 Alys Churtum Övür Charyy 6 Turdai Mangnap Orar Words By – M. Dorzhu 7 Kozhannar 8 Sanchy Kyzyl-ooldung Khöömei Sygydy 9 Eki A’ttar Transcription By – Masahiko Todoriki 10 Kara Duruyaa 11 Eerbek Aksy 12 Lanchyy Boomnu 13 Sygyt, Khöömei, Kargyraa 14 Khomustar 15 Sygyt 16 Sygyt, Kargyraa Music By [Melody] – V. Kök-ool Transcription By – Dina Oiun Words By – L. Chambe 17 Kargyraa Composed By – Kh. Oorzhak 18 Ezengileer 19 Khöömei, Sygyt, Kargyraa 20 Bodalymnyng Düvüreli 21 Hidden Track: Borbangnadyr Design – Rein Spoorman Liner Notes, Compiled By, Executive-Producer – Bernard Kleikamp Mastered By [Digital] – Joop Wesselius Overtone Voice, Doshpuluur, Chanzy – Gennadi Tumat Performer – Anatoliy Kuular (tracks: 4), Boris Mongush (tracks: 15), Leonid Oorzhak (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 14), Nadejda Kuular (tracks: 9, 11), Omak Tumat (tracks: 9, 10, 11, 12), Orlan Chüdekpen (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 14), Sergey Ondar (tracks: 4, 9, 10, 11, 12), Stas Danmaa (tracks: 4, 9, 10, 11, 12), Vladimir Soyan (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 14) Photography By – Bernard Kleikamp, Hajo Hohl Technician [Production Help] – J. Eric Slone, Mark van Tongeren, Rada Chakar, Ralph Leighton Transcription By – Chinchi Kungaa-Quiroz (tracks: 2, 5, 6, 20), Chodura Khandy (tracks: 2, 5, 6, 20), J. Eric Slone (tracks: 2, 5, 6, 20), Masahiko Todoriki (tracks: 2, 5, 6, 20), Otkun Dostai* (tracks: 2, 5, 6, 20) Notes Recorded—1986 (Moscow), 1991 (The Hague), 1992 (Amsterdam, Montréal), 1994 (Toronto, Amsterdam, Rudolstadt), 1995 (Nijmegen, The Hague)

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