Чиргилчин – 15 лет CHIRGUILCHIN

Чиргилчин – 15 лет CHIRGUILCHIN

Published on Mar 19, 2013

Чиргилчин – 15 лет
Traduit de l’anglaisChirgilchin, qui signifie “danse de l’air dans la chaleur du jour” ou “miracle” en tuvan, est un groupe de musiciens tuvans interprétant de la musique tuvane traditionnelle. Il a été créé en 1996. Le groupe comprend Igor Koshkendey, Mongun-ool Ondar, Aldar Tamdyn et Aidysmaa Koshkendey. Wikipédia (anglais)
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Chirgilchin, meaning “dance of the air in the heat of the day” or “miracle” in Tuvan, is a group of Tuvan musicians performing traditional Tuvan music. It was established in 1996. The group consists of Igor Koshkendey, Mongun-ool Ondar, Aldar Tamdyn, and Aidysmaa Koshkendey. Wikipedia

Chirgilchin – “Igor’s Solo”

Chirgilchin – “Igor’s Solo”

Published on Aug 7, 2014

Title: Igor’s Solo Artist: Chirgilchin Origin: Tuva Republic, Russia Web: http://chirgilchin.bandcamp.com/ Purchase the album “Collectible”: https://itunes.apple.com/au/album/col… http://www.amazon.com/Collectible-Chi…

Serenade! Choral Festival: Tyva Kyzy & Nathaniel Dett Chorale – Millennium Stage (June 28, 2018)

Serenade! Choral Festival: Tyva Kyzy & Nathaniel Dett Chorale – Millennium Stage (June 28, 2018)

The Kennedy Center

Streamed live on Jun 28, 2018

Serenade! Choral Festival: Having mastered the forbidden-for-women art of Tuvan throat-singing, southern Siberia’s Tyva Kyzy is the only all-female group performing traditional khöömei (“overtone”) songs, including a brand-new piece from founder Choduraa Tumat. The Nathaniel Dett Chorale is Canada’s first professional choral group dedicated to Afrocentric music of all styles: classical, spiritual, gospel, jazz, folk, and blues. Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb

Shonchalai Oorjak-Choodu, a female throat-singer from Republic of Tyva

Shonchalai Oorjak-Choodu, a female throat-singer from Republic of Tyva

Published on Oct 13, 2012

Shonchalai Oorjak-Choodu, a female throat-singer from Republic of Tyva. As she says: “I sing and perform khöömei as long as I remember myself”. She was born and raised up in musically talented family in Western Tuva. She used to be a member of “Tyva kyzy” ensemble. Now she is in “Tyva” ensemble, the legendary band in Tuvan music history where all famous throat-singers came from. © Victoria Peemot