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    Even though this song has been posted a few times on other threads – it is still good

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    The Dangaa Khosbayar album below has some interesting moments, but it's also laden with silly new-ageish pop stuff, so approach with caution


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    Aleksei Kalkin, Altai traditional music:


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    Mongol traditional music has not only throat singing, but also so called "long songs". Just like throat singing, also singing of long songs requires mastery and includes unbelievable vocals.

    I really recommend to listen this:


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    Another exponent of the genre, Adilbish Nergui:





    The Mongolian song form urtiin duu, also known as long song, is a central element of traditional Mongolian music. The genre was not called long song because the songs were particularly long (even if, in fact, they often are). The syllables of the lyrics are, however, very drawn out. This way a four-minute song can contain only ten words. The lyrics of the long song cover a wide range. There are hilosophical, religious, romantic or celebratory lyrics. Often, horses were built symbolically into the subject matter. In eastern Mongolia, the long song is accompanied mostly by the morin khuur, the horse head violin. In western Mongolia the long song is sung traditionally without instrumental accompaniment.

    The main characteristics of the long song are the extended notes in tenuto (held) with deep, regulated vibrato on the vowels. These majestic-sounding, vibrating notes give the song a profoundly philosophical, meditative character. They convey to the listener the large mountain valleys and the calm of the Mongolian soul. There are three main styles of long song: besreg urtiin duu (“small long song”), urtiin duu and the aizam urtiin duu (“majestic long song”). Here, too, the style reflects the way it is performed and the technique, not the length of the song.
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    A short documentary on the Mongolian epic:


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    Khan Bogd Ensemble:






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    Quote Originally Posted by Waldemar View Post
    The Dangaa Khosbayar album below has some interesting moments, but it's also laden with silly new-ageish pop stuff, so approach with caution
    Still - I do enjoy the new agey fusion second song and this image with the drum:

    http://www.ernak-horde.com/Hun_religion.html


    More Ethnic Zorigoo:


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