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Title:
Ethnic music from the land of Ghengis Kahn folk music of Mongolia.
Publication Information:
Pismo Beach, CA : Legacy International, [between 1990-1999]
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Program notes on insert.
Language:
Mongolian
Contents:
Story of the origin of the marinhur (Dagiranc) (9:26) -- Praise song (magdal) : about an archer in a tournament (Dorzhdagva) (2:14) -- Heroic song (magdal) : about the winner of the archery tournament (Dorzhdagva) (2:38) -- "Zamba tiv" : long song performed on the marinhur (Zhamyan) (6:30) -- Jew's harp song (Ho-mi) (Bori) (:54) -- "Dadaj gerech" : song performed on the yochen (Dozhdava) (:33) -- "Hergen" : long song with marinhur accompaniment (Suglegma, Ceden) (2:46) -- "Zergen tiynsil" : long song with marinhur accompaniment (Suglegma, Ceden) (2:23) -- "Uzesgelen ua" : song performed on the sudrag (Dazhdulam) (1:38) -- "Handrama" : song about a girl performed on the sudrag (Dazhdulam) (2:22) -- "Suenserien harandah ul" : song about the nature on the sudrag (Dazhdulam) (2:28) -- "Urt sajham huren" : East Mongolian long song with marinhur accompaniment (Dorzhdagva Boyan) (3:51) -- "Hojer bor" : long song with marinhur accompaniment (Dorzhdagva Boyan) (3:26) -- Jew's harp song (Ho-mi) (Bori) (1:40) -- "Sigirgin ay" : in praise of the horse : sung with sudrag, yochen, yihor, and Talhengreg accompaniment (Nansalma) (:40) -- "Ondor-sayhan bor" : long song (Dorzh-Suren) (5:16).
UPC:
076637045622
Format :
Music CD

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While the Mongolian folk tradition is primarily comprised of pentatonic music, there are numerous vocal variations to keep the form fresh and surprising; Ethnic Music From the Land of Genghis Khan is a collection of the region's representative art at its most fascinating. ~ Jason Ankeny