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  • Mongolian Music Blog
  • Hopsi
  • Moez
  • Thomas Gramstad
  • uRYa
  • Arjopa
  • Wunakina
  • NewAge Radio - Musicscout
  • Town Under
  • Iman Kamel
  • Karin Höghielm
  • Bernhard Mikuskovics
  • Ballog
  • NAM
  • Anamaneh
 

Welcome! GANA - Ganpurev Dagvan

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GANA - Ganpurev Dagvan is now in contact with Hopsi, Arjopa and Karin Höghielm
Feb 27, 2010

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About me:
Ganpurev Dagvan
(Music composer, musician and throat singing)

He plays the Mongolian traditional musical instruments Ikh-khuur, Morin-khuur, Tobshuur and he also sings undertone throat singing, as well as music composer.
In his traditional robes - Gana in pelzbesetztem garb - seemed the musicians. With the suggestive sounds of the bass violin and Ikh-Morin khuur-khuur, Gana abducted in the Mongolian culture of his homeland. His songs tell of Genghis Khan, the leader of the scattered tribes into a kingdom together by the endless steppes and the pride of the whole people daring riders - the horse.

Genghis Khan's favourite woman was named after their ancestor, the graublauen Wolf, the legend of the Mongols descend after all. With the mythical figure of the wolf, between heaven and earth upside, identified the Far East has always been popular. Boerte is also the first piece of the program devoted to the Gana jump directly to the European cultural boundaries and listening habits asking. The bass violin Ganas swings deep, told entertained. And much deeper including, dark, vibrant, almost dominant booming and the pervasive sounds of Umzad, the undertone throat singing. As a rhythmic spoken or wonderfully melodious, but always in sync with the vibrations of the bass violin, penetrate from the depths of the throat tones the next room.
Especially critical but touching manner and an atmosphere of the dialogue sounds of votes in the “Altai magtaal "and in the “Legend of the Yellow Dog".

D. Ganpurev was seen as the Artemis Records Original Movie Award for Best Score music by Hamptons International Film Festival.

And he was considered the best list 4 / 2005 - Prize of the German Record Critics.
Instruments:
Pferdekopfgeige - Morin khuur
Zupfinstrument - Tobshuur
Bassgeige - Ikh khuur
Kontrabass
Didgeridoo
Influences:
traditional
world music
neu traditional
authentic music
mongolian ethno jazz
Homepage:
http://www.boerte-music.com

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At 12:37pm on November 19, 2008, Town Under said…
huuu gana :)
At 10:23pm on November 2, 2008, OMN said…
Hello Gana,
welcome to OMN - for more infos about OMN please check out your Options, read my latest blog post OMN and its Growth - be Part of It - and please share some contributions.

We will be happy to listen to some of your tunes and feel free to add upto 100 songs from our network to your page. OMN network asks that you respect the guidelines of this network.

Our member Sundra wanted to express through her painting A U M the importance that OMN is for all musicians/artists and overtone music lovers. So last but not least invite your friends and people who enjoy your music and songlist!

Stay tuned,
Jens - Founder of OMN
At 9:50am on October 26, 2008, NAM said…
Hi Gana,

many thanks for following our invitation to join Overtone Music Network and to meet again after Hunnenfest in Asparn.

Harmonic greetings & best wishes for now,
NAM
 
 
 

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