Ay-Kherel
The Music of Tuva
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Ay-Kherel means ray of moonlight in the Tuvan language. The groups repertoire includes overtone / throat singing carried out in five different styles, accompanied on traditional instruments, such as: igil (horse head violin), byzaanchy, chanzy (fiddles), limbi (flute), shamanic drums 36 pages of information about country, music, instruments and the musicians in four languages.
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The Music of Tuva (CD)
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Morgul
Baezhin
Tool
Kadarchynyn Yry
Dyngylday
Eki Attar
Chylgychynyn Yry
Tarlaashkyn
Aldan Maadyr
Igil solo
Kuda Yry
Khoomei solo
Khomus improvisation
Ches-Bulun
Hoyzhu Sugga Baryksaar Men
Aa-shuu, Dekei-oo
Ezir-Kara
Tyvam Hemneri
Durgen Chugaa
Ugbashkylar
Dagyn Katap Darlatpas Bis
Kozhamyktar