Tengir-Too: Mountain Music of Kyrgyzstan

Tengir-Too: Mountain Music of Kyrgyzstan

Purchase Music of Central Asia Vol. 1: Tengir-Too: Mountain Music from Kyrgyzstan: http://www.folkways.si.edu/music-of-central-asia-vol-1-tengir-too-mountain-from-kyrgyzstan/islamica-world/album/smithsonian From the mountainous Kyrgyzstan, Jew's harps, fiddles, plucked stringed instruments, and powerful voices transmit the vibrant rhythms of nomadism and the serene atmosphere of the Kyrgyz mountains in a musical language as contemporary as it is ancient. This deluxe package launches Music of Central Asia, a multi-volume series that brings to life the diverse and remarkable musical culture of a region long inaccessible to outsiders. A bonus DVD explores the vibrant rhythms and serene atmosphere in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan. 18 tracks. 66 minutes. 48-page color booklet, photos, and bilingual lyrics; DVD contains series introduction, 24-minute film, interactive glossary, and map. Music of Central Asia is a co-production of the Aga Khan Music Initiative in Central Asia, a program of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, and the Smithsonian Institution Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. The aim of the series is to present leading exponents of Central Asia's rich and diverse musical heritage to listeners outside the region. The content and comments posted here are subject to the Smithsonian Institution copyright and privacy policy (http://www.si.edu/copyright/ ). Smithsonian reserves the right in its sole discretion to remove any content at any time.

Kyrgyz Melody - Ак Бугу

Kyrgyz Melody - Ак Бугу

Author: Жумакадыр Каниметов атк А. Эсенкулова

Kyrgyz music - G. Satylganova "Biz duino"

Kyrgyz music - G. Satylganova  "Biz duino"

Gulnur Satylganova "Biz duino" prosto horowaya pesnya

The best Kazakh's Instrumental dombra music|KURMANGAZY| Dombra Курмангазы Домбыра

The best Kazakh's Instrumental dombra music|KURMANGAZY| Dombra Курмангазы Домбыра

The best Kazakh's Instrumental dombra music.Calm and soft, soothing dombra. Курмангазы Домбыра

Kyrgyzstan - 2014

Kyrgyzstan - 2014

A journey through Kyrgyzstan with touroperator Koning Aap (Monkey King).

Huun-Huur-Tu - Live

Huun-Huur-Tu - Live

Huun Huur Tu Tour January 2017 13.1.17 --- NL --- Rotterdam --- Lantaren Venster 14.1.17 --- D --- Köln --- Yard Club 15.1.17 --- D --- Mannheim --- Alte Feuerwache 16.1.17 --- I --- Bologna --- Teatro San Leonardo 17.1.17 --- I --- Udine --- Teatro S. Giorgio 18.1.17 --- D --- Lich --- Kino Traumstern 19.1.17 --- D --- Baden Baden --- Spitalkirche 20.1.17 --- D --- Bad Reichenhall --- Casino 21.1.17 --- D --- Ravensburg --- Zehntscheuer 22.1.17 --- D --- Wuppertal --- Internationales Zentrum 24.1.17 --- D --- Kiel --- Kulturforum 25.1.17 --- SE --- Malmö --- Victoria Teatre 26.1.17 --- SE --- Göteborg --- Oceanen 27.1.17 --- D --- Kopenhagen --- Global 28.1.17 --- D --- Bremerhaven --- Pferdestall 29.1.17 --- D --- Bremen --- Moments 30.1.17 --- D --- Hannover --- Pavillon http://www.jaro.de/artists/huun-huur-tu/ Huun-Huur-Tu at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California November 18, 2008 You can buy the CDs of Huun-Huur-Tu @ http://www.jaro.de

FOLI (there is no movement without rhythm) original version by Thomas Roebers and Floris Leeuwenberg

FOLI (there is no movement without rhythm) original version by Thomas Roebers and Floris Leeuwenberg

Dedicated to the people of Baro. Please share. Life has a rhythm, it's constantly moving. The word for rhythm ( used by the Malinke tribes ) is FOLI. It is a word that encompasses so much more than drumming, dancing or sound. It's found in every part of daily life. In this film you not only hear and feel rhythm but you see it. It's an extraordinary blend of image and sound that feeds the senses and reminds us all how essential it is. . 

La vida tiene un ritmo, está en constante movimiento. 
La palabra para el ritmo (de las tribus Malinké) es Foli. 
Es una palabra que abarca mucho más que tocar el tambor, el baile o el sonido. 
Se encuentra en cada parte de la vida cotidiana. 
En esta película no sólo escucha y siente el ritmo, también lo vé. 
Es una extraordinaria mezcla de imagen y sonido que 
alimenta los sentidos y nos recuerda a todos 
lo esencial que es. 
 La vie a un rythme, est en mouvement constant. Le mot pour le rythme (des tribus malinké) est Foli. C'est un mot qui englobe beaucoup plus de tambours, la danse ou le son. Il se trouve dans chaque partie de la vie quotidienne. Ce film n'est pas seulement entendre et sentir le rythme, voit aussi. Il est un extraordinaire mélange de l'image et du son qui nourrit les sens 
 et nous rappelle à tous combien essentielle 
. By the brothers Thomas Roebers and Floris Leeuwenberg Film crew during one month in Baro, Guinee Afrika. Beautiful sound recording and sound design Bjorn Warning Translator and Rhythm specialist Thomas Bonekamp With special thanks to the chief: DJEMBEFOLA |: Mansa Camio info@thomasroebers.com

Salamat Sadykova - Ala-Too

Salamat Sadykova - Ala-Too

Salamat Sadykova - People's artist of Kyrgyzstan, Honored artist of Kazakstan, diva of Kyrgyz folk music

Pipa musician Wu Man performs "Kazakh Song"

Pipa musician Wu Man performs "Kazakh Song"

Purchase this recording from Smithsonian Folkways and support our mission as the non-profit record label of the national museum of the United States: http://goo.gl/i8GChN Also available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Rdio and everywhere else... Wu Man performs "Kazakh Song" and discusses her collaborations with Uyghur musicians on the Smithsonian Folkways release Music of Central Asia Vol. 10: Borderlands. In these exuberant recordings, pipa master Wu Man and her Uyghur, Tajik, and Hui collaborators explore connections between the musical worlds of China and Central Asia. Featuring the stirring vocals of Sanubar Tursun and Abdulla Majnun along with newly arranged and composed instrumental pieces, Borderlands is a masterful blending of kindred traditions. 14 tracks, 72 minutes, 48-page color booklet, and photos; DVD contains series introduction, 2 documentary films, interactive glossary, and map. Music of Central Asia is a co-production of the Aga Khan Music Initiative in Central Asia, a program of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, and the Smithsonian Institution Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. The aim of the series is to present leading exponents of Central Asia's rich and diverse musical heritage to listeners outside the region. The content and comments posted here are subject to the Smithsonian Institution copyright and privacy policy (www.si.edu/copyright/). Smithsonian reserves the right in its sole discretion to remove any content at any time.

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