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Tran Quang Hai
  • 69, Male
  • Limeil Brevannes
  • France
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Tran Quang Hai's Groups

Vocal Folds, University of Washington, USA

TRAN QUANG HAI SINGS A MONGOLIAN TUNE WITH OVERTONES, BERLIN

Published on Apr 22, 2013
TRAN QUANG HAI SINGS A MONGOLIAN TUNE WITH OVERTONES, BERLIN, at Grosser Stern, Berlin (Germany), April 12th 2013

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] Mongolian Song - Ode to Auspiciousness [Chinese CCTV Lunar New Year Gala 2011] 

Uploaded on Feb 6, 2011
Amazing! This song is sung by Anda Union (安达组合), the best Mongolian throat singing band in China. The music is written by Se Enkhbayar (色 恩克巴雅尔), one of the most well-known ethnic Mongolian Chinese musicians. The singers used two traditional Mongolian singing techniques in this song.

Mongolian Long Song Singing (or 长调) (see: 00:23 - 00:37, 02:05 - 02:22)
Mongolian Throat Singing (or Khoomii, 呼麦) (see: 00:40 - 00:55, 01:02 - 01:10, 02:23 - 02:37)

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:
http://sites.google.com/site/chn56eth...

 

TRAN QUANG HAI sings Tuvin tunes with overtones, BERLIN (GERMANY) , April 12th 2013

Published on Apr 22, 2013
TRAN QUANG HAI sings Tuvin tunes with overtones, BERLIN (GERMANY)
Filmed by Jens Muegge , April 12th 2013

the video LE CHANT DES HARMONIQUES avec TRAN QUANG HAI

http://videotheque.cnrs.fr/video.php?urlaction=visualisation&method=QT&action=visu&id=606&type=grandPublic


Chant des harmoniques (Le)

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N° notice : 606
Date de production : 1989
Durée : 00:38:00
Couleur : Couleur
Son : Sonore
Public : Grand public, Public spécialisé
Support original : Film 16 mm
Support de diffusion : Film 16 mm, DVD, Beta SP
Version : Français, Anglais
Distribution : Prêt, Vente (usage privé), Vente (usage institutionnel)
Générique : Réalisateur : ZEMP Hugo
Auteur : TRAN Quang Hai (Etudes ethnomusicologie, UMR CNRS, Paris); ZEMP Hugo (Etudes ethnomusicologie, UMR CNRS, Paris)
Production : Participation : CNC ; Min. Culture et Communication - Dir. Musique et Danse
Producteur : SFE ; CNRS et Musée de l'Homme-Etudes ethnomusicologie ; CNRS AV
Résumé :

Dans la technique vocale du chant diphonique connu surtout en Asie centrale, une seule personne chante à deux voix : un bourdon (une note grave) constitué par le son fondamental, et une mélodie superposée formée par des harmoniques sélectionnées dans la cavité buccale.
Tran Quang Hai, ethnomusicologue et musicien, enseigne cette technique dans un atelier d'initiation. Des images radiologiques et spectrales, en temps réel et son synchrone, permettent de visualiser les procédés vocaux du point de vue physiologique puis acoustique.
Deux artistes mongols sont interviewés et filmés lors d'un concert à Paris.

Procédé audiovisuel : Prises de vues réelles. Utilisation d'images d'écrans d'ordinateurs et d'images radiologiques.
Interviews en son direct (mongol sous-titré et français) et commentaire voix off. Musique et chants mongols.
Discipline : Musique et danse
Mot clé : Lieux : Asie ; France
Mot clé : Cinéradiographie ; Appareil vocal ; Technique vocale ; Chant diphonique ; Etude musicologique
Personnalités : Intervenant : BESSE Francis ; TRAN Quang Hai ; SCHWARZ Jean
Date de diffusion TV : 1995-04-00 (Planète)
Date création : 27/02/1992      
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DVD  16.72  37.63
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CONCERT au CENTRE MANDAPA, PARIS 17 & 18 mars 2013: Chant de gorge et diphonique par le Trio Altyn Tuu - Sibérie

Chant de gorge et diphonique par le Trio Altyn Tuu - Sibérie
Musique Traditionnelle – Altaï/Sibérie, Trio Altyn Tuu






Dimanche 17 mars à 18h, Lundi 18 mars à 20h30
CENTRE MANDAPA 6 RUE WURTZ, 75013 PARIS
(Métro: GLACIERE ligne 6)

Musique traditionnelle de Sibérie/Altaï
Trio Altyn Tuu
Arzhan, Baïym-Sur et Sarimaï
Chants de gorge et diphonique, luth topshuur, vièle ikili, flûte Shor et guimbarde


Concert découverte à l’occasion de la première tournée européenne de ce trio venu des montagnes de l’Altaï.

Tarif plein 15€, red. 11€, enfant 7.50€.


Stage de chant diphonique le dimanche 17 de 14h30 à 16h30. (30€)

Lors de leur prestation, Alina, Sarimai et Arzhan nous proposent d’ecouter plusieurs types de chants et musiques traditionnels :

Recitation d’extraits d’epopees en voix de gorge et en solo : le musicien est seul, il recite un extrait D’une epopee, dans un etat proche de la transe tout en s’accompagnant au topchour, le luth a deux cordes. Ce genre est nomme kaï.

Duo de chants de gorge : Sarimai et Arzhan chantent ensemble, nous font decouvrir les multiples facettes du chant de gorge et du chant diphonique, qui peuvent aller du son le plus rauque et abyssal au sifflement le plus aigu. Au rythme de quelques chansons, ils nous donneront a entendre des duos accompagnés au topchour, a l’ikili, a la guimbarde et au chor, flute traditionnelle de l’Altai.

Duo de chants rituels : dans un a-capella, Sarimai et Arzhan entonnent les melodies chantees par les Altaiens lors des rituels de mariage, lorsque la famille du fiance vient ≪ acheter ≫ la dot au moyen de chants. Alina et Arzhan chantent ensemble des melopees venues de la steppe, aux accents mongols.

Solo de chansons traditionnelles : Alina nous fait decouvrir le T’ianar, technique vocale feminine de sa region, au travers de chants magnifiant la beaute du paysage, la solitude de la femme et son ardeur au travail lorsque son mari est parti en campagne de chasse.

Solo de guimbarde et imitation des bruits d’animaux : Sarimai nous emmene a la decouverte du son envoutant de la guimbarde, et parseme son jeu d’un dialogue entre bergers dans la nature. On entendra le pepiement des oiseaux, l’excitation des chevaux, les chiens gardant le troupeau, le depart pour la chasse a l’ours.

Contact et réservations: 
  • CENTRE MANDAPA
  • Direction : Milena Salvini
    6 rue Wurtz - 75013 Paris
    01 45 89 01 60
    centremandapa@yahoo.fr
 

TRAN QUANG HAI : The World of Overtones

Profile Information

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)
Instruments:
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
Influences:
Mongolian maestro SUNDUI, Tran Van Khê for Vietnamese Music
Homepage:
http://tranquanghai.info


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At 11:56am on October 29, 2011, Rollin Rachele said…
Hi There,
I hope you're well. Just thought you'd like to visit my new overtone singing website. You can find it at www.overtonesinging.com.
Best wishes,
Rollin
At 5:14pm on September 1, 2010, Jens Mügge said…
Dear Hai,

I added this photo here to Overtone Music Network.

All the best,
Jens
At 6:47pm on June 24, 2010, Nicolas Lespinasse said…
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At 10:40pm on June 12, 2010, giulia said…
Hi Tran Quang Hai! Great lesson! Nice to meet you in Toscana! Giulia from Spazio NU
At 11:25pm on February 4, 2010, Jens Mügge said…


Dear Hai,

a Happy Tiger Year for you too!
All the best,

Jens
At 11:44am on November 12, 2009, Sarah Hopkins said…
Greetings Tran Quang Hai... from Sunny Brisbane !
I hope this finds you in good health & spirits ? It's been many years since we met in Singapore where we were both running Overtone Singing Workshops at the World Choral Symposium ....
I've finally joined the OMN & would love to be connected with you . My apologies for taking SO LONG to join !! (You invited me to join when it first began ...I'm a bit of a novice with computers !!) Thank you for all the good work you do in spreading & sharing overtone singing world wide.
Sonic Blessings, Sarah Hopkins
At 8:51pm on May 22, 2009, Anthar Kharana said…
Thanx for your message Tran Quang!

will be in touch as soon as I've got them ;)
lots of love!! and sonic hugs!
At 9:55pm on April 30, 2009, Purevsuren Usukhjargal said…
Hallo Tran Quang Hai,

I`m glad to have meet you one Koncert (music gruppe ) in France.
you websait is very good.

Greeting from Ingolstadt
Usukhu
At 11:11pm on April 24, 2009, Jens Mügge said…
Thanks a lot Hai for sharing some of your photos from our common meeting in Berlin and thanks that I could saw how kind you are. Really it was wonderful to meet you and I wish to meet you soon as possible. By the way maybe you have noticed the national flags in the top of each page? It would be great if you can contribute from time to time a translation contribution to the Google Vietnamese or French version of this network. Only if you like ... all the best, yours Jens
At 7:16pm on April 20, 2009, Arjopa said…
Yeah, Dear Hai!!
And here are two photos I really like best!!
Thanx a lot!!

Arjopa


 
 
 

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