897 vues•1 avr. 2019 410PartagerEnregistrerGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1,69 k abonnés ITA: Canto difonico Tuvano, stile kargyraa della steppa. ENG: Khovu Kargyraa (or steppe kargyraa) – Tuvan Throat Singing From the Album “Aryskan’s wind” by Chirgilchin
Giovanni Bortoluzzi 1,69 k abonnés For more, visit https://www.jaro.de/artists/huun-huur… Radik Tyulyush performing a Sygyt Solo during the Huun Huur Tu concert at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California November 18, 2008. One of the best sygyt on the web! Fundamental pitch is right between D3 and D#3
345 vues•16 oct. 2019 350PartagerEnregistrerGiovanni Bortoluzzi 1,63 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
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Sundukai was a singer/ khoomeizhi, undoubtedly an important figure in Tuvan music and culture in the second part of the XXth Century. Mainly because of his dynamic personality. Sundukai was a free mind and free thinker with tons of built-in knowledge of Tuvan culture. He lived during the USSR in Siberian taiga, was killed by a bunch of drunk teens after the Perestroyka. Life never cherished him, but he was 100% alive, caring and proud of his nation.
Here he sings khoomei and kargyraa styles. Filmed by Orphologist in the summer of 1994.
More videos to come and my field recordings of his music soon to be released on Sound Reporters label (Bandcamp)
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.