Huun huur tu 2017

Huun-Huur-Tu

huun huur tu 2017

Huun?Huur?Tu - Konguroi (Sixty Horses in My Herd) (Live on KEXP)

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The whistling of the high-mountain wind creates eerie overtones and postmodern statement. The repeated thrum of a string against wood and hide turns into a meditative, evocative figure straight from the avant garde. The Tuvan acoustic quartet Huun Huur Tu prove that Tuvan music can take plenty of intelligent innovation. Using traditional instruments and drawing subtly on 20th-century composers, funky rhythms, and the palette of electronica, Huun Huur Tu transform ancient songs into complex acoustic compositions. As they began touring in the West seventeen years ago, Huun Huur Tu almost single-handedly introduced the outside world to the boundless wealth of Tuvan traditions, thanks in great part to their superior musicianship.

The overtone may sound like a flute, whistle or bird, but is actually solely a product of the human voice. However, in recent years, the group has begun to selectively incorporate western instruments, such as the guitar. All performers and performing groups specializing in World Music, Folk Music or Ethnic Music are welcome to submit a proposal to perform in this festival. Interested parties please contact the Shanghai World Music Festival organizing committee at hm hmculture. Do give us a biography of yourself or your group, give us your contact, let us know what you do, as well as what items you would like to perform. Do also provide us with recordings or links to recordings, video or audio. Shortlisted applicants will be notified either by email or phone.

The most distinctive characteristic of Huun-Huur-Tu's music is throat singing , in which the singers sing both the note drone and the drone's overtone s , thus producing two or three notes simultaneously.
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Nothing in western vocal music resembles this ethereal and beautiful sound. Largely unknown beyond Tuva until the s, Tuvan throat-singing expanded western conceptions of the capacities of the human voice, and quickly became an international sensation. The four-member ensemble Huun-Huur-Tu played a central role in bringing this tradition out of Asia and to stages worldwide. Throat-singing is a style of overtone singing in which a single vocalist produces two, three, or even four pitches simultaneously, skillfully shaping a melody from harmonic tones arrayed over a continuous low drone. It is this natural world that throat-singing evokes: the wind whistling across the steppes, the deep lowing of the yak, and the high trill of birdsong, syncopated by the rhythm of trotting horses. The members of Huun-Huur-Tu learned throat-singing from a young age. Later on, as you grow up, your voice gets stronger and better.

Sasha, Sayan, and Kaigal-ool were refugees of one of the large state-managed song and dance ensembles that became fixed institutions of the public cultural life during the Soviet era. For decades these ensembles with their glitzy performances of folk music or pseudo folk music offered the only possibility for young musicians to play indigenous music for a living. Throughout the privatization of the music business in the former Soviet Union, many musicians decided to abandon these state ensembles and form their own groups. The musical results have decidedly been mixed. However rooted in Tuvan traditions, it would be a mistake to attribute Huun-Huur-Tu to a folk ensemble.

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