HUUN-HUUR-TU

HUUN-HUUR-TU

Kaigal-Ool Khovalyg: voice, (khöömei, Sygyt, Kargyraa), igyl
Radik Tyulyush: voice, (Barbang-Nadyr), Byzaanchi, Khomuz (jew's harp) 
Alexey Saryglar: voice (Sygyt), Tuyug (horse hooves), Tungur (shaman-drum), igyl  
Sayan Bapa: voice, (Kargyraa & Khöömei), Toschpulur, Guitar, igyl

Group originating from the Tuva Republic, a country of the Russian Federation on the border with Mongolia, which preserves its musical heritage made of melodies that vibrate from stringed instruments and rhythms that come from percussion instruments that evoke rides in the plains. The peculiarity of the group lies in the original harmonic singing technique, a technique in which the singer, by exploiting the resonances that are created in the section between the vocal cords and the mouth, simultaneously emits the note and the relative harmonic. This technique allows the development of a unique and engaging sound universe.

The Huun-Huur-Tu have been defined by the New York Times as "a musical miracle". They have recorded with Kronos Quartet, the Indian percussionist Trilok Gurtu, the Russian classical composer Vladimir Martynov, the choir The Bulgarian Voices Angelite, the jazz trio Moscow Art Trio, the singer of Tuva Sainkho, and with Ry Cooder have co-composed six tracks for the soundtrack of "Geronimo" by Walter Hill. They also performed along with Frank Zappa, The Chieftains, Johnny "Guitar" Watson and L. Shankar among others.

With the use of traditional instruments such as igil, byzaanchi, khommuz, doshpuluur and tuyug the group manages to create universal music and one of the most unique acoustic phenomena on this planet

 

Date: Tuesday, 06 Aug 2019

Start time 19:00

Ingresso intero

20

Grajska cesta 1, Nova Gorica, Slovenia - Nova Gorica (Slovenia)

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HUUN-HUUR-TU

Kaigal-Ool Khovalyg: voice, (khöömei, Sygyt, Kargyraa), igyl
Radik Tyulyush: voice, (Barbang-Nadyr), Byzaanchi, Khomuz (jew’s harp) 
Alexey Saryglar: voice (Sygyt), Tuyug (horse hooves), Tungur (shaman-drum), igyl  
Sayan Bapa: voice, (Kargyraa & Khöömei), Toschpulur, Guitar, igyl

Group originating from the Tuva Republic, a country of the Russian Federation on the border with Mongolia, which preserves its musical heritage made of melodies that vibrate from stringed instruments and rhythms that come from percussion instruments that evoke rides in the plains. The peculiarity of the group lies in the original harmonic singing technique, a technique in which the singer, by exploiting the resonances that are created in the section between the vocal cords and the mouth, simultaneously emits the note and the relative harmonic. This technique allows the development of a unique and engaging sound universe.

The Huun-Huur-Tu have been defined by the New York Times as “a musical miracle”. They have recorded with Kronos Quartet, the Indian percussionist Trilok Gurtu, the Russian classical composer Vladimir Martynov, the choir The Bulgarian Voices Angelite, the jazz trio Moscow Art Trio, the singer of Tuva Sainkho, and with Ry Cooder have co-composed six tracks for the soundtrack of “Geronimo” by Walter Hill. They also performed along with Frank Zappa, The Chieftains, Johnny “Guitar” Watson and L. Shankar among others.

With the use of traditional instruments such as igil, byzaanchi, khommuz, doshpuluur and tuyug the group manages to create universal music and one of the most unique acoustic phenomena on this planet

 

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