Official orcherstra of the tuvan ministry of culture. The song is dedicated to Kul Tigin (Kül (Köl, Gül, Göl) Tigin (Tegin)[Prince Kul] Khan Bengü İnançu Apa Tarkan) 闕特勒 (685 – 731 or 732 CE) was a famous general of the Second Kaganate of “Kök Türük”. He was a second son of legendary Ilterish Shad (Kutlugh) and the younger brother of Bilge Kagan.

Deep throat … Tuvan singers Huun Huur Tu featuring Sainkho

Huun-Huur-Tu

Huun-Huur-Tu

Hey, what’s that sound: Throat singing

A droning, pulverising sound of shamanic origin, this is ancient soul music from the east

What is it? A catch-all term covering different disciplines of extreme vocal technique from around the world, often recognised as a low, pulverising, drone-growl that western ears sometimes interpret as “scary”. But the history behind the throat singing traditions of Inuit tribes and the people of Siberia has strong cultural significance, and the overlapping, oscillating vocal tones (several different notes are produced in the mouth of one singer simultaneously) can be transcendent and beautiful.

Who uses it?

How does it work?

Where does it come from?

Answers are here…

http://www.theguardian.com/music/2010/jun/02/throat-singing

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