7 years ago I hope the song stays here. I had the cd, given to me by Paul himself , where it ended up I do not know. But this song is so much everything to me about the love and memory of Paul Pena. thank you for uploading it 49
7 years ago One of the most beautiful sounds I have ever heard in my life. Paul was sheer genius to incorporate the throat singing notes into blues – who would have thought that?! Thank you for posting this and loved it!!!! 20
5 years ago R.I.P. Paul! For me you were/are! one of the real greatest voices of the last century! I am sure, now you kargyraa together with Kongar-Ol Ondar in heaven ! ! ! You’ll never be forgotten! 19
4 years ago This documentary is an absolute must watch. Paul Pena’s journey to Tuva, before he died, as a blind man alone is a magnificently humane story. His respect for the people, and they way they took to him because of his genuine interest in their music is very touching. For this journey alone, to a land that Richard Feynman dreamed of but never made it, Paul Pena should be remembered. When you respect another’s culture to immerse yourself in it, it is a mark of great respect and the re-making of a great human being. 37
10 years ago I was there, the only female foreigner to also perform at the Symposium. Paul was very humble and sweet. He actually was awarded an honorary prize for his kargyra. They treated him like royalty. If you’d like to know more, contact me for loads of info. 49
4 years ago Both these great artists have since died, unfortunately. They complemented each other well, with Kongar-ool Ondar specializing in the higher-pitched form of throat-singing called sygyt, and Paul Pena’s naturally deep voice lending itself to the kargyraa style. The announcer and sighted guide is none other than Dina Ivanovna Oyun, current Mayor of the Tuvan capital Kyzyl.
6,751 viewsFeb 24, 20171695ShareSavePaul Pena – Topic 252 subscribers Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Kongurey (Where Has My Country Gone?) · Paul Pena · Kongar-ol Ondar Genghis Blues ℗ 2000 Genghis Blues Music Released on: 2000-11-07 Auto-generated by YouTube.
58,589 viewsMay 7, 201343010ShareSaveWadi Rum Films 568 subscribers This Oscar® nominated film follows the story of a blind blues musician and his triumphant trek to the foreign land of Tuva and the mysterious art of khöömei or throat-singing, a seemingly impossible form of singing that produces multiple vocal tones simultaneously. NOW AVAILABLE on iTunes
221,447 viewsDec 28, 20061.5K11ShareSaveRX2TUNES 142 subscribers This is a video concert extra from the rare film,”Genghis Blues” starring the late Paul Pena.He performs using the unique Tuva throat singing method in which two vocal cords are used at the same time producing a frog-like sound heard only in certain parts of the world..Paul Pena also wrote the song,”Jet Airliner” made famous by rocker,Steve Miller in the mid 70’s.This is a very rare performance..