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Tuvan Throat Singing group Alash Ensemble at The Chapel Tonight

December 4, 2008

I’m heading out to see the Alash Enemble, a Tuvan throat singing group from the Tuva Republic of Siberia at The Chapel. You should, too. The show starts at 8.

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One comment

  1. I a reporter from my high school newspaper. I am writing an article on Tuvan thorat singing. I find this music fascinating and I would love to learn more about it. Could you answer any of these questions for me? I would greatly appreciate it.

    -What do you know about the history of Tuvan throat singing?
    -How would you describe it?
    -When did you learn how to throat-sing?
    -How does the music relate to you, your religion, and your culture?
    -How do you keep the tradition alive and thriving?
    -Does the act of throat-singing bring you closer to nature?
    -What else can you tell me about Tuvan throat-singing?

    I would be so greatful if you could answer any of these questions for me.



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