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Categorie archives: Throat-singing

  • Wednesday February 13, 2013

    Voices from the Distant Steppe

    ..and now for something completely different..
    If I say; “throat-singing from Tuva”, does that ring any bell to you ?
    If it doesn’t, it is time to get aquainted. When I saw “Gengis Blues”
    again, it hit me like it did the first time and I decided to give it a go.
    I could be mistaking but if I’m correct, this cd by the wonderful Shu-De
    is already out of print. Don’t get confused now, Gengis Blues is a film
    about the blind American bluessinger Paul Pena who’s one of the first
    western artists to practise this type of singing. The movie follows him to
    Tuva and gives us a marvelous inside look in it’s quite unknown culture.
    The cd ‘Shu-De – Voices from the distant steppe’ on Peter Gabriels ‘Real
    World’ label is from 1994 and combines wonderful with Paul Pena’s story.
    To spoil you a bit more I added some funvideo’s
    on the same topic, look & listen..


    01   Sygyt, khoomei, kargyraa
    02   Aian dudal
    03   Beezhinden
    04   Buura
    05   Durgen chugaa
    06   Throat-singing and igil
    07   Yraazhy kys
    08   Shyngyr-shyngyr
    09   Baian-dudai
    10   Khomus solo
    11   Meen khemchim
    12   Opei yry
    13   Tyva-uriankhai
    14   Chaspy-khem
    15   Kadarchynyng yry
    16   Kham


    Posted by Moos
    at 4:33 PM