Posts tagged “tuvan music

Huun Huur Tu Concert in Wroclaw, Poland (Sygyt , Borbannadyyr Styles Throat Singing )

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Radik Tyulyush, Hoomeim, new version by Le Shaman


The Nomad’s Blog for Nomads / Radik Tyulyush

Radik Tyulyush is an outstanding musician from The Republic of Tyva. He was born in Solchur, Övür province of Tuva, on the border with Mongolia.

Already in his late school years and with schoolmates, Radik’s started a pop rock band YER. It became extremely popular in Tuva in 1993. Later there were a five-years long break, and YER returned to the stage in 2009. Radik says: “I write songs and arrange them for YER. The band attracts me with the possibility to share my own vision of the contemporary music.”

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CHALAMA PROJECT – Bai Taiga (Rich Taiga , folk words and music)– MMDM / MOSCOW 2015


CHALAMA PROJECT – MMDM / MOSCOW 2015


CHALAMA PROJECT – MMDM / MOSCOW 2015


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CHALAMA PROJECT – MOSCOW 2015

“CHALAMA” is the second Radik’s solo album. Chalama is a respect and tribute for Spirits of the Land.This album is a tribute for World Cultural Tree.
It contains traditional Tuvan tunes and songs with Radik’s arrangement and songs written by him and his relatives.

Only traditional Tuvan instruments was used.

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015  Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

Chalama project - Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

Chalama project – Moscow 2015 Photos by Valentin Monastyrsky

 

 

RADİK TYULYUSH: Vocal, Throat Singing, Igil, Byzaanchy, Shoor, Doshpuluur, Chadagan, Percussion, Deer Decoy.

Sound recording by Sergey Kalugin,Alexandr Kostarev, Alexey “Mapa” Ivanow.

Mixing,mastering and keyboard (5,9,10) by Alexey “Mapa” Ivanow.
Sound effect by Sergey Kalugin, Alexey “Mapa” Ivanow.
Sound producing by Valery Atanova and Radik Tyulyush.
Executive producing by Valery Atanova.
Design by Natalia Atanova.
Color photos by Semen Amanatov.
Watercolor images by Valery Atanova.

Photos taken by Valentin Monastyrsky

 


Radik Tyulyush – Voice With Roots -Oslo World Music Festival 2015

Radik Tyulyush - Voice With Roots -Oslo World Music Festival 2015

Radik Tyulyush – Voice With Roots -Oslo World Music Festival 2015

Radik Tyulyush - Voice With Roots -Oslo World Music Festival 2015

Radik Tyulyush – Voice With Roots -Oslo World Music Festival 2015


Bai-Taiga, The Rich Tayga, by Radik Tyulyush in Helsinki


Radik Tyulyush at Festival KAMWA

RADIK TYULYUSH- Singer, composer, Master Of Traditional Tuvan Throat Singing Member of Huun HuurTu

Photos from the Festival KAMWA

Photos from the Festival KAMWA


New York City / RADIK TYULYUSH- Singer, composer, Master Of Traditional Tuvan Throat Singing Member of Huun HuurTu


концерт в национальном театре сентябрь


RADIK TYULYUSH- Singer, composer, Master Of Traditional Tuvan Throat Singing Member of Huun HuurTu

RADIK TYULYUSH- Singer, composer, Master Of Traditional Tuvan Throat Singing Member of Huun HuurTu

RADIK TYULYUSH- Singer, composer, Master Of Traditional Tuvan Throat Singing Member of Huun HuurTu


Radik Tyulyush-Demir khomus ( jew’s harp jaw harp, mouth harp – guimbarde )


RADIK TYULYUSH / Journées des Cinq Continents

Samedi 14 juin 2014
DE 14H00 À 15H00
Atelier de voix diaphonique

Samedi 14 juin 2014 à 19H00
Concert RADIK TYULYUSH

Radik est né dans la région d’Ovur, en République de Touva, près de la frontière Mongole. Passionné de musique traditionelle, qu’il pratique depuis l’enfance, il apprend la technique du chant diphonique auprès de son grand-père.

İl étudie l’art du igil (vièle à pique) à l’institut Chyrgal-ool de Kyzyl, dont il sort diplôme. Il participe à plusieurs aventures de collectifs de rock et de folk Touvains, dont l’ensemble Yat-Kha, célèbre dans le monde entier. Radik enseigne aujourd’hui l’igil à l’instituts Kerndenbilija de la République de Touva.İl fait partie de Huun Huur Tu depuis 2005.

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Radik Tyulyush

Radik Tyulyush

Huun Huur Tu, Ces 4 chanteurs musiciens dont le nom signifie littéralement « Propulseur de soleil », perpétue les traditions vocales et instrumentales de Touva, petite région basée entre la Russie et la Mongolie. L’ambiance sonore des grandes steppes et des montagnes qui forment le paysage de Touva ont inspiré à ses habitants l’une des plus étonnantes musiques vocales de notre planète. La technique vocale dite « chant de Gorge » ou KHOOMEI permet au chanteur d’imiter ces sons ambiants. Par des mouvements précis des lèvres, de la langue, de la mâchoire, du palais et du larynx, les chanteurs produisent deux à trois notes à la fois laissant surgir des mélodies fascinantes. On y reconnaît le chant des oiseaux, un cheval au galop, le ruissellement de l’eau, le sifflement du vent… Le chant de gorge est intimement lié à des traditions animistes et à des rituels chamaniques.


ANCESTORS – Radik Tyulyush (Lyrics in Enghish) & Documentary film about Tuva

ANCESTORS

The Ene-Sai (ancient name of the Yene sei River), Sayan(mountains), and Tandim(mountains) are our ancient places.
The soft and soulful “sygyt” and “khöömei” are the ancient song of our people .
The ancestors of our “kargyraa” long ago became like gravestones on the steppe.
But among us are still people who sing kargyraa.
The ancestor of khöömei and sygyt long ago became like gravestones on the steppe.
But our hearts are proud(boil in our chest) that among us are still people who sing khöömei.


Радик Тюлюш/Radik Tyulyush


The Spirit of Tengri 2014, видео-дневники участников


Ancestors Call-To preview a song, mouse over the title and click Play. Open iTunes to buy and download music.

Album Review
Many people discovered the strange Central Asian magic of throat singing via Huun-Huur Tu. It’s not confined to Tuva, but that’s the home of these guys, one they mix with traditional instruments. In their now-lengthy career, they’ve tried many things (their last album was mixed with ambient electronica) but this time they’re very much back to their roots, and it serves them well. Although best known for their throat singing, which does feature on several cuts here including the short but eerily beautiful “Prayer,” it’s only one weapon in their arsenal. They’re also very adept musicians on their respective instruments and good singers in every way, and they demonstrate all the facets of their talent. It’s music that can seem alien (especially the throat singing) but there’s a deep beauty to it all. For all that it sounds ancient, inspired by the rhythms of horse’s hooves on the steppes, this is modern music, inspired by the tradition. It’s a wonderful soundscape.

Customer Reviews
Incredible sounds from humans

by WTF!!!!!!!!!
I’ve never realized such singing existed until I came across this band. I drift off into another realm when I listen to them.

View in iTunes :https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ancestors-call/id586358851


collected stories: spirit

Huun-Huur-Tu

A peculiar style of singing is found in the tiny Siberian country of Tuva. Called khoomei, or throat singing, the songs are typically performed by soloists who each specialize in a particular variant of khoomei. The amazing technique of Tuvan throat singing is still a mystery to Western science, but listen closely and you will hear the singers produce up to four notes at once, singing melody and accompaniment simultaneously.

In 1992, Kaigal-ool Khovalyg, Alexander Bapa, his brother Sayan Bapa, and Albert Kuzevin founded the quartet as a means of concentrating on the presentation of traditional songs of their homeland. While they devoted themselves to the preservation of these songs, their concerts demonstrated the significance of combining tradition and innovation. The musicians later decided to rename the ensemble as “Huun-Huur-Tu”-a name that means “Separation of Light Rays on the Prairie.”

Huun-Huur-Tu presents its style of throat singing in the context of wonderfully tuneful songs, employing instruments reminiscent of the banjo and fiddle. The combination of earth-rumbling growling and whistle-like harmonics, along with the ethereal jaw harp and shaman’s drum make these songs both lively and deeply spiritual.

Huun-Huur-Tu has toured extensively in the US, Canada, Europe, Japan, and Australia, and has an international fan base. The group has also collaborated with Frank Zappa, Ry Cooder, The Chieftains, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, the Kronos Quartet, L. Shankar, and the Bulgarian Women’s Choir.

Read more: http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2014/4/23/0600/PM/-collected-stories-spirit/


THE STORY BEHİND ANCESTORS CALL

ANCESTORS

The Ene-Sai (ancient name of the Yene sei River), Sayan(mountains), and Tandim(mountains) are our ancient places.
The soft and soulful “sygyt” and “khöömei” are the ancient song of our people .
The ancestors of our “kargyraa” long ago became like gravestones on the steppe.
But among us are still people who sing kargyraa.
The ancestor of khöömei and sygyt long ago became like gravestones on the steppe.
But our hearts are proud(boil in our chest) that among us are still people who sing khöömei.


HUUN-HUUR-TU / US tour, spring 2014

Friday 04/25/2014

Cambridge, MA
First Congregational Church
11 Garden Street
Show: 8:00PM
Tix: 28

From the independent republic of Tuva, bordering Mongolia, Huun Huur Tu performs an ear-twisting vocal technique called Khöömei. In this style, a single vocalist produces two or three notes simultaneously, often a low drone along with a high-pitched whistle. Accompanied by traditional string and percussion instruments, the four-member ensemble sings rhythmic songs that capture the magic of the Siberian steppe.
see more :http://www.worldmusic.org/content/event_page/1902


HUUN-HUUR-TU / US tour, spring 2014

HUUN-HUUR-TU
US tour, spring 2014

April 11 – Dearborn, MI
April 12 – Batavia, IL
April 13 – Cedar Rapids, IA
April 16 – Phoenix, AZ
April 17 – Folsom, CA
April 19 – Los Angeles, CA
April 20 – Portland, OR
April 23 – New York City
April 25 – Cambridge, MA

Huun-Huur-Tu

Huun-Huur-Tu


HUUN-HUUR-TU / US tour, spring 2014

HUUN-HUUR-TU
US tour, spring 2014

April 11 – Dearborn, MI
April 12 – Batavia, IL
April 13 – Cedar Rapids, IA
April 16 – Phoenix, AZ
April 17 – Folsom, CA
April 19 – Los Angeles, CA
April 20 – Portland, OR
April 23 – New York City
April 25 – Cambridge, MA

Radik Tyulyush - US tour, spring 2014

Radik Tyulyush – US tour, spring 2014


CONCERT BOOKING & TECH RIDER

22.05.2014 Wien Sargfabrik Austria

24.05.2014 Nice tba France

26.05.2014 Offenburg Spitalkeller Germany

27.05.2014 Zürich Haus Appenzell Switzerland

28.05.2014 Schaan TAK Liechtenstein

30.05.2014 Toggenburg KlangWelt Festival Switzerland

04.07.2014 Montafon Montafoner Sommer 2014 Austria

read more…http://www.jaro.de/agency-concert-booking-tech-rider/huun-huur-tu/

Huun-Huur-Tu

Huun-Huur-Tu


PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:http://eyefortalent.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/artist.performance_schedule/artist_id/33/year/2014


Live performance with perfect choir “MLADA” in Perm city, Russia

Tuvan composition.
Live performance with perfect choir “MLADA” in Perm city, Russia.
Conductor and art director Olga Vyguzova.


RADIK TYULYUSH- Singer, composer, Master Of Traditional Tuvan Throat Singing Member of Huun HuurTu

Radik Tyulyush - Altay Mountains

Radik Tyulyush – Altay Mountains

 Radik Tyulyush, Tuvan singer and musician, began his career with rock music (“UER”, from 1993 till present, and “Yat-kha”, 2000–2004) but craving for ethnic roots and traditions prevailed, and in 2005, together with Carole Pegg in England (University of Cambridge), Radik recorded his debut album “Tuva: Spirits of my Land”, after which he was invited by the world-renowned group “Huun-Huur-Tu” and works with this group so far.

A new stage in Radik’s career will be the solo album  “Chalama” which will be released in late 2012 or beginning of 2013. “Chalama” are colored ribbons that are tied up to the branches of a tree in a sacred place called “ovaa” as a sign of reverence for the universe, the grandeur, beauty, wisdom, nature – everything that we are happy to behold around us. The music written by Radik is like ribbons in the branches of the World Tree of Music and Harmony.

Chalama  includes both Radik’s own compositions and traditional Tuvan songs arranged by him.


Huun Huur Tu -Philadelphia Folk Festival

Sygyt (“whistle”), One the three main throatsinging styles

Huun Huur Tu at Philadelphia Folk Festival, August 2006