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Various - Kyzyl - Moscow: Festival Of Tuva Music In Moscow 2004 download mp3 album

Various - Kyzyl - Moscow: Festival Of Tuva Music In Moscow 2004 download mp3 album
Kyzyl - Moscow: Festival Of Tuva Music In Moscow 2004
Overtone Singing, Folk
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Kyzyl-Moscow III - Traditional music and throat singing of Tuva (SKMR-083) by Various Artists, released 01 March 2013 1. The Saradak Ensemble - Kozhamyktar (Couplets) - The Saradak Ensemble 2. The Saradak Ensemble - Darlashkyn (There will be no oppression) - The Saradak Ensemble 3. The Saradak Ensemble - Hondergeyim (Village in Dzun-Khemchikskiy district of Tuva) - The Saradak Ensemble 4. The Tuva Ensemble - Ching soortukchilerining yry (Caravan song) - The Tuva Ensemble 5. The Tuva Ensemble - Kuray yry (Blessing song) - The Tuva Ensemble 6. The Tuva Ensemble - Ezir-Kara (Last stand of Black.

Tuva itself is represented by a diverse array of artists from both Kyzyl and rural areas, many of whom have never played in Moscow before, and some of whom are as young as or even younger than Charkova - for instance, the five members of Saradak Ensemble, who range in age from 9 to 14. Saradak's artistic director is throat-singing master Kheimer-ool Khovalyg, who is also performing solo. The festival also features an ethnic Russian ensemble: the Irkutsk-based Autentika, otherwise known as the Authentic Music Ensemble.

Population: 109,918 (2010 Census); 104,105 (2002 Census); 84,641 (1989 Census). It was previously known as Belotsarsk (until 1918), Khem-Beldyr (until 1926). It was founded in 1914 as Belotsarsk (Белоца́рск, lit. White Tsar's town). In 1918, it was renamed Khem-Beldir (Хем-Белдир), and in 1926 it was given its present name.

Moscow Music Peace Festival скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Cinderella - Gypsy Road (Live at Moscow Music Peace Festival 89), Bon Jovi - Lay Your Hands On Me (Moscow Music Peace Festival 1989), Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead Or Alive (Moscow Music Peace Festival 1989), Bon Jovi - Living On A Prayer (Moscow Music Peace Festival 1989), Ozzy Osbourne - Paranoid Live Moscow Music Peace Festival, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки.

April: Moscow International Film Festival. The very first Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF) was held in 1935 when the jury was headed up by world-renowned film-maker Sergei Eisenstein (of Battleship Potemkin fame). It became a regular event on the cultural calendar in 1959. More than 200 films from 50 different countries are screened, with the best picture winning the Golden George. The 2019 MIFF takes place from 18–25 April. This large, open-air world folk music festival takes place in the Ethnomir complex in Moscow every summer. Over several days, Russian and international musicians perform a variety of folk-based genres – afro-beat, ethno-jazz, raga, Russian folk – and there are food stalls, markets, and body and soul workshops. Performances are primarily in Moscow but there are sometimes shows that tour other major cities such as St Petersburg and into the regions.

Despite being lively and thriving, the Russian music scene has always remained obscure to the mainstream eye. So here’s a list of classic, interesting and eclectic music festivals that are must-go’s when you go to Russia! 1. Afisha Picnic. Where: Kolomenskoye, Moscow When: End of July. This annual ‘picnic’ is actually the biggest all-day bash of the summer in Russia. This festival is one of the oldest and best known in Russia, famed for attracting some of the best-known international headliners, the hottest of the current rock names

Cheap flights from Moscow (MOW) to Kyzyl (KYZ). Totally surprised that a round trip flight from Los Angeles to Yerevan Armenia with stop over in Moscow would far surpass the comfort, convenience, and value with that of any American flagship airline.

Band Line-Ups: Cinderella: Tom Keifer, Fred Coury, Jeff LaBar, Eric Brittingham Gorky Park: Alexie Belov, Nikolai Noskov, Sasha Minkov, Jan Ianenkov, Sasha Lvov Scorpions: Klaus Meine, Matthias Jabs, Francis Buchholz, Herman Rarebell, Rudolf Schenker Skid Row: Sebastian Bach, Dave Sabo, Rob Affuso, Rachel Bolan, Scotti Hill Mötley Crüe: Vince Neil, Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars Ozzy Osbourne: Ozzy Osbourne, Zakk Wylde


1 Changy-Khaya* Möörgül - Prayer 3:28
2 Changy-Khaya* Beejing Kydat Caravan Song 4:12
3 Changy-Khaya* Tarlaashkyn 1:52
4 Changy-Khaya* Sartyktar 1:57
5 Changy-Khaya* Bayan-dugal 4:04
6 Changy-Khaya* Kyzyn Chürek Heart Of The Beauty 3:16
7 Changy-Khaya* Aldy Bashtyg Kara Dag Black Mountain 1:34
8 Changy-Khaya* Cheler Boram 2:12
9 Changy-Khaya* Kajangnar 2:31
10 Changy-Khaya* Bayan-dugai 4:13
11 Changy-Khaya* Bashtak Yry Humorous Song 2:32
12 Olchey Beejing Kydat Caravan Song 4:45
13 Olchey Öske Cher In Another Land (Song Of Motherland) 3:48
14 Olchey Kojamyktar Comic Rhymes 3:59
15 Olchey Köngürei (Immigrant Song Of Köngürei) 5:08
16 Алаш Tyvam The Prayer For Mother Tuva 3:27
17 Алаш Dyngyl Dai Bells Ring 2:07
18 Алаш Bashtak Joke 1:56
19 Алаш Sygyt A Throatsinging Style 2:31
20 Алаш Düjümat 5:17
21 Алаш Syyn Myigak 3:52
22 Алаш Alash The River Alash 1:52
23 Алаш Ezengi A Throatsinging Style 3:48
24 Алаш A-shu Dekei-oo 1:41
25 Changy-Khaya* and Алаш Ene-Sai 3:11

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  • Byzaanchi, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – Mayol Sedip* (tracks: 16 to 25), Kheimer-Ool Khovalyg* (tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
  • Cello – Alexander Yermakov* (tracks: 12 to 15), Nikolai Kochergin* (tracks: 12 to 15)
  • Chanzy, Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – Sayan Tumat* (tracks: 1 to 11, 25)
  • Doshpuluur – Georgy Beletsky (tracks: 12 to 15)
  • Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – Ayan-ool Sam* (tracks: 16 to 25)
  • Drum [Kengerge], Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – Ayan Shirijik* (tracks: 16 to 25)
  • Igil, Doshpuluur, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – Ayan-Ool Sam (tracks: 12 to 15)
  • Igil, Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – Artur Damdyn-Ool* (tracks: 12 to 15), Ondar Bazy-Dorju* (tracks: 16 to 25)
  • Percussion, Djembe – Evgeny Tkachev (Of Yat-Kha)* (tracks: 12 to 15)
  • Producer, Directed By [Festival Director] – Georgy Beletsky
  • Zither [Chatagan], Drum [Kengerge], Overtone Voice [Throat Singing] – Alexander Ondar* (tracks: 1 to 11, 25)


©℗ Sketis Music 2005
Recorded, mixed and remastered by Ta-musica Studio in 2004-2005

Packaged in a jewel case with 4-page booklet.
Track times taken from PC.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4620001590193
  • Matrix / Runout: SKMR 019 Kyzyl-Moscow Диск произведен в России
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI KG01