Episode #3467

Music from Central Asia

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Monday, May 13, 2013

Listen to music from the steppes of central Asia on this New Sounds.  Hear the overtone singing of Huun Huur Tu colliding with the New York folk/world group Hazmat Modine.  There’s also music from the Mongolian group, Hanggai, recorded in the WNYC studios.  Hear music by Russian composer Anton Batagov and a Buddhist monk from Republic of Kalmykia. Plus, listen to other voices from the Eurasian steppes, including a singer from the Russian region of Buryatia, Namgar Lhasaranova, whose 4-person group goes by “Namgar,” and performs traditional Buryat and Mongolian music.

PROGRAM # 3467, Music from Central Asia  (First aired on 5/13/2013)                                                   





Huun Huur Tu

Ancestor's Call

Odugen Taiga  [8:55]

World Village 468107


The Dawn of the Foremothers

Zugaalae (herders) [5:23]

Unsung Productions

Hazmat Modine, feat. Huun Huur Tu


It Calls Me [3:10]

Geckophonic #CPZ009

Anton Batagov & Telo Tulku Rinpoche


Adopting the Spirit of Awakening (3rd chapter) [9:52]

Tummo 9017


Out of Tuva

Tanola Nomads [6:02]

Cramworld #Craw-6


Live on Soundcheck 9/18/09

Five Heroes [4:52]

This performance not commercially available. The tune appears on “Introducing Hanggai” on World Music Network

Värttinä, feat. Huun Huur Tu


Mieleni alenevi [2:57]

Wicklow/BMG #63262
Out of print, but download from, iTunes or

Vladimir Martynov, with Huun Huur Tu

Children of the Otter

Children of the Otter, excerpt [5:53]

DVD release only
Greenwave Music

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isanar from chile

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May. 13 2013 02:39 PM

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