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Ay-Kherel
The Music Of Tuva EUCD 1860
The Music Of Tuva
Ay-Kherel means "ray of moonlight" in the Tuvan language. The group's repertoire includes overtone / throat singing carried out in five different styles, accompanied on traditional instruments, such as: igil (horse head violin), byzaanchy, chanzy (fiddles), limbi (flute), shamanic drums...36 pages of information about country, music, instruments and the musicians in four languages.

TRACK LISTING:
1. Morgul (Prayer) - 2:32
2. Baezhin - 5:23
3. Tool (The Story) - 4:21
4. Kadarchynyn Yry (Shepherds' song) - 5:50
5. Dyngylday - 1:31
6. Eki Attar (The Best Steeds) - 1:35
7. Chylgychynyn Yry - 1:57
8. Tarlaashkyn - 2:55
9. Aldan Maadyr - 2:02
10. Igil solo - 7:34
11. Kuda Yry - 2:03
12. Khoomei solo - 4:30
13. Khomus improvisation - 3:05
14. Ches-Bulun - 1:37 15. Hoyzhu Sugga Baryksaar Men - 1:50 16. Aa-shuu, Dekei-oo - 1:26
17. Ezir-Kara (“Black Eagle”) - 2:11
18. Tyvam Hemneri (The Rivers of Tuva) - 1:42
19. Durgen Chugaa - 2:43
20. Ugbashkylar - 3:52
21. Dagyn Katap Darlatpas Bis - 1:55
22. Kozhamyktar - 2:30

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