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Featured Blog News – December 2010 Archive (2)

PLEASE HELP TSERENDAVAA

Dear friends,



In the past many of you have helped me to raise money for various charitable Tuvan causes, and now I ask for your help for a great Mongolian throat-singer in need.



Some of you will recognize the name Tserendavaa. He is a well-known, major Mongolian throat-singing master from Chandman Sum, and is well-represented on such classic cds as Jargalant Altai. Besides being a singer and one of the leading sources for foreigners for…
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Added by Steve Sklar on December 8, 2010 at 7:00pm — 5 Comments

Footprints in Mongolia





Footprints in Mongolia; Project and documentary-film about traditional Mongolian vocal music

www.footprints-in-mongolia.com



"Mongol Khoomii" (монгол хоомий, throat- or overtone singing) is a traditional vocal art from west-Mongolia. It is also a cultural heritage in need of protection (UNESCO 2010). In an expedition we…
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Added by Rowan Lee Hartsuiker on December 1, 2010 at 8:00pm — 1 Comment

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