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Vocal Folds, University of Washington, USA
The Mongolian traditional art of Khöömei
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There are more than 600 articles, video clips concerning overtone singing from Tuva, Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, Altai, and Western performers .
TRẦN QUANG HẢI hát một bài dân ca Mông cổ với kỹ thuật hát đồng song thanh, tại Grosser Stern, Berlin (Đức), ngày 12 tháng 4, 2013
[English Lyrics] Mongolian Song – Ode to Auspiciousness [Chinese CCTV Lunar New Year Gala 2011]
English lyrics translated from Mongolian:
Auspicious and wish-fulfilled life blessed by skylights,
Splendid and gorgeous yurt roofs,
Doors and windows made by purple sandalwoods.
These are our homes.
Our sacrifice offered to the grand sky and earth.
Our worship paid to the sacred mountains and rivers.
Playing prolonged horse-fiddle tunes,
We sing melodious Mongolian Long Songs.
Let us sing and dance,
To extol our happy life.
Let us sing and dance,
To bless our eternal motherland.
Ethnic Mongolian Chinese:
Filmed by Jens Muegge , April 12th 2013
TRAN QUANG HAI : The World of Overtones
- About me:
- Read my biography on my website: tranquanghai.info
- As a band we are:
- International Council for Traditional Music (Australia)
Society for Ethnomusicology (USA)
Asian Music Society (USA)
Societe Francaise d’Ethnomusicologie (France) (founding member)
International Jew’s Harp Society (UK) (founding member)
- Vietnam: 16 stringed zither dàn tranh, monochord dàn bâu, 2 stringed fiddle dàn co, spoons muông , coin clappers sinh tiên, Jew’s harp dàn môi
China : 2 stringed fiddle nan hu
India : Tampura, Vina
Iran : drum tombak
Indonesia: Javanese gamelan
Europe: violin, guitar, banjo, mandolin, Jew’s harp
- Mongolian maestro SUNDUI, Tran Van Khê for Vietnamese Music
Tran Quang Hai’s Videos
Tran Quang Hai’s Blog News
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Tran Quang Hai & Denis Guillou : Original Research and Acoustical Analysis in connection with the Xöömij Style of Biphonic Singing
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