Overtone Music Network

a common space & database for harmonic overtones


Mongolian music

Links to music sites and videos of Mongolian groups and singers specializing in traditional music. Khoomii,overtone singing, harmonic singing, throat singing, long song, urtin duu, morin khuur, etc
Thursday, April 3, 2008
Types of khoomii

Watch a video where the singer is demonstrating 6 types of khoomii in the following order:
1- Uruulin khoomii --- labial khoomii
2- Tagnain khoomii ---palatal khoomii
3- Bagalzuurin khoomii--- throat khoomii
4- Khamrin khoomii ---nasal khoomii
5- Tseejnii khondiin khoomii ---chest cavity khoomii
6- Khosmoljin or turlegt khoomii ---khoomii with singing

Click here to view the video
Posted by jungleorkid at 7:40 PM 0 comments
Tserendavaa and Tsogtgerel

A couple of years ago I was lucky to catch their performance in Paris, at the time Tsogtgerel was 16 years old and already a very good performer and I had no idea that his father, Tserendavaa, was a well-known khoomii singer. A very nice person too.
Posted by jungleorkid at 3:20 PM 0 comments
Tenger Ayalguu

A very nice example of long song by Tenger Ayalguu's singer
Posted by jungleorkid at 3:14 PM 0 comments
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Hosoo & Transmongolia, khoomii and traditional music

When I first heard Hosoo's music from his Altai album, I must say I wasn't a fan, it was way too New Agey for me. But from the few songs that I heard from his website, performed with his group, Transmongolia, it sounds pretty good, plus his khoomii skills are very impressive. Click here to listen to a very cool khoomii and human beatbox song.
Hosoo and Transmongolia's website
Posted by jungleorkid at 11:00 AM 0 comments
Sunday, March 2, 2008
Tumen Ekh ensemble

Photo by Chris Willis
Click here
to view videos of Tumen Ekh ensemble's performances in the United States and read some general info about Mongolian music.
Posted by jungleorkid at 12:55 PM 1 comments

Chimedsteye is one of the most famous Mongolian performers, to view a video go here
Posted by jungleorkid at 12:16 PM 0 comments
Sunday, February 24, 2008
The Mongolian State Morin Khuur Ensemble

The Mongolian State Morin Khuur Ensemble is one of the most respected ensembles in Mongolia. To view a video, click here
Milford Sound in New Zealand
Their website: morinkhuur-ensemble.com
Posted by jungleorkid at 6:30 AM 0 comments
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Norovbanzad Namjil, long song

I couldn't forget of course about Norovbanzad (1931-2003), one of the greatest voices of long song.
Posted by jungleorkid at 4:49 PM 0 comments
Friday, February 22, 2008
Altain Orgil

Photo by proboss
Click here to view one of their videos.
Posted by jungleorkid at 6:47 PM 0 comments
Altai Hangai

I once saw Altai Hangai playing live and it was a great experience, the way their singer performs khoomii is amazing
Posted by jungleorkid at 6:29 PM 0 comments
Labels: altai hangai, khoomii, mongolia, mongolian, morin khuur
Older Posts
Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)

* Altai Hangai
* Altain Orgil
* Altan Urag
* Bat-Ochir Araanz
* Boerte
* Chimedtseye
* Egschiglen
* Enkhjargal aka Epi
* Hosoo & Transmongolia
* Khongorzul
* Mongolian State Morin Khuur Ensemble
* Norovbanzad
* Tenger Ayalguu
* Tserendavaa and Tsogtgerel
* Tumen Ekh Ensemble
* Types of khoomii

This content has been seen 247 times


You need to be a member of OMN to add comments. Sign up, it's free!

Join Overtone Music Network

© 2007 - 2022   Impressum - Privacy Policy - Sponsored by Yoga Vidya, Germany -   Powered by

 |  Support | Privacy  |  Terms of Service