Episode #1170

From the Vaults: Huun-Huur-Tu

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Friday, August 24, 2007

In this 1995 New Sounds From the Vaults, the Tuvan throat singers known as Huun-Huur-Tu, perform live in the WNYC studio. Plus, music by Sainko, from Tuva, and the incredibly deep and slightly menacing sounds of Yat-Kha.

PROGRAM #1170: Huun-Huur-Tu, live (New York airdate: 5-2-95)







Oske Cherde {2:30}
Sygyt {1:30}
Beijin - caravan driver's song {5:30}
Kargyraa {3:00}
Odygen Tayga {6:00}
Borbongadyr {2:30}
Khoomei {1:30}
Eki Attar {2:30}

These performances not commercially available, but check for more info.


The Ariel - Volume 6

Tundra's Ghosts {6:00}

The Aerial, c/o Nonsequitur
Out of print.


Out of Tuva

Chaghaa {2:00}

Crammed Discs/Cramworld #craw-6. OR*

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