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additional names:
Kaigal-ool Khovalyg , Sayan Bapa , Anatoli Kuular , Alexei Saryglar
crossroads:
communication, nature, spirituality
genre (subgenre):
Music (overtone-singing, throat-singing)
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To western ears the music of Huun-Huur-Tu is intriguingly strange, at the same time contemporary and modern. The four man group has performed on almost all continents and continues touring extensively - at various festivals ranging form jazz to classical.

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 Huun-Huur-Tu

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Music (overtone-singing, throat-singing)
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Kaigal-ool Khovalyg has a beautiful voice in what our culture considers the ´normal´ range, but he also has the capability to drop it down two octaves just for fun. With his group Huun-Huur-Tu he has performed on almost all continents and continues touring extensively - at various festivals...

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Khovalyg Kaigal-ool

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children & youth, harmony, nature
genre (subgenre):
Film (documentary)
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The film photographer Andra Lasmanis´ swedish documentary film ´The Adventure of Aligermaas´ is one of the few films about the life on the steppes in Mongolia.

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Andra Lasmanis

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spirituality, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (overtone-singing, punk, rock, throat-singing)
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Yat-Kha are without doubt one of the more remarkable musical groups to emerge, not just from Asia but from the whole world. Their ability to merge and develop their traditions within modernity in a way that never finds itself swamped by western clichés is a marvel to behold. Add to that a...

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 Yat-Kha